HOUSE CALENDAR
THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF PENNSYLVANIA
SESSION OF 2019-2020

HOUSE CONVENES AT 1:00 P.M. E.S.T.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, 2020

Bill
No.
Print.
No.
TITLE OF BILL ACTION
SECOND CONSIDERATION
AGRICULTURE AND RURAL AFFAIRS BILL
HOUSE
881
1434
An Act amending the act of June 18, 1982 (P.L.549, No.159), entitled "An act providing for the administration of certain Commonwealth farmland within the Department of Agriculture," further providing for agricultural land conservation assistance grant program.(Representatives FEE, RYAN, BERNSTINE and others)--Agriculture & Rural Affairs, November 20, 2019
12

This bill provides for the administration of certain Commonwealth farmland within the Department of Agriculture," further providing for agricultural land conservation assistance grant program.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
CHILDREN AND YOUTH BILL
HOUSE
1633
2185
An Act amending Title 23 (Domestic Relations) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in child protective services, further providing for employees having contact with children; adoptive and foster parents.(Representative BOBACK)--Rules, January 21, 2020
1

This bill amends the Child Protective Services Law to provide for additional background check requirements and to restrict provisional employment arrangements.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
EDUCATION BILLS
HOUSE
434
2743
An Act amending the act of March 10, 1949 (P.L.30, No.14), known as the Public School Code of 1949, in certification of teachers, providing for a cultural competence continuing professional development course; and, in terms and courses of study, further providing for Holocaust, genocide and human rights violations instruction.(Representatives SOLOMON, GROVE, T. DAVIS and others)--Education, January 15, 2020
2

This bill amends the Public School Code to require the Department of Education to develop and implement a continuing professional education course on cultural awareness.

HOUSE
1800
2886
An Act amending the act of March 10, 1949 (P.L.30, No.14), known as the Public School Code of 1949, in school district financial recovery, providing for duties of receivers in certain districts.(Representatives TURZAI, ROTHMAN, REESE and others)--Education, November 20, 2019
12

This bill amends the Public School Code to provide for a program of tuition grants for certain school districts in receivership.

HOUSE
1881
2616
An Act amending the act of March 10, 1949 (P.L.30, No.14), known as the Public School Code of 1949, in school security, further providing for school police officers powers and duties.(Representatives KAUFFMAN, STEPHENS, SNYDER and others)--Education, January 15, 2020
2

This bill amends the Public School Code to permit school police officers employed by a school district to exercise arrest powers if authorized by a court.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES AND ENERGY BILL
HOUSE
247
999
An Act amending Title 58 (Oil and Gas) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in development, further providing for well permits.(Representatives OBERLANDER, FRITZ, JAMES and others)--Environmental Resources & Energy, January 21, 2020
1

This bill amends Title 58 to provide for cross unit drilling.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
INSURANCE BILLS
HOUSE
564
2284
An Act amending the act of May 17, 1921 (P.L.682, No.284), known as The Insurance Company Law of 1921, in quality health care accountability and protection, further providing for prompt payment of claims.(Representatives SAYLOR, RYAN, BARRAR and others)--Rules, January 14, 2020
3

This bill provides for prompt payment of claims.

HOUSE
1862
2795
An Act amending the act of May 17, 1921 (P.L.682, No.284), known as The Insurance Company Law of 1921, in quality health care accountability and protection, providing for protections for consumers receiving surprise balance bills for health care services from out-of-network providers.(Representatives PICKETT, DeLUCA, BROWN and others)--Insurance, October 30, 2019
15

This bill provides for protections for consumers receiving surprise balance bills from health care services from out-of-network providers.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
JUDICIARY BILLS
HOUSE
111
1630
A Joint Resolution proposing integrated amendments to the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, changing and adding provisions relating to selection of justices and judges.(Representatives SCHEMEL, McCLINTON, SIMS and others)--Judiciary, January 13, 2020
4

This bill is a Joint Resolution amending Article V of the PA Constitution to provide for the appointment of justices to the Supreme Court and judges to the Superior and Commonwealth Courts and establishing the Appellate Court Nominating Commission.

HOUSE
161
135
An Act amending Title 18 (Crimes and Offenses) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in offenses against the family, further providing for the offense of dealing in infant children.(Representatives JOZWIAK, RYAN, KORTZ and others)--Judiciary, January 21, 2020
1

This bill amends Title 18 to provide for offense of dealing in infant children.

HOUSE
1555
3006
Amending Titles 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure) and 61 (Prisons and Parole) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated States, in sentencing, further providing for order of probation and for modification or revocation of order of probation; in other criminal provisions, further providing for definitions and for supervisory relationship to offenders; and, in Pennsylvania Board of Probation and Parole, further providing for supervisory relationship to offenders.(Representatives DELOZIER, HARRIS, JONES and others)--Judiciary, December 17, 2019
7

This bill amends Title 42 to limit probationary terms, set forth a procedure for the courts to apply when addressing probation violations, restricting the sanctions for probation violators, providing various means by which a person on probation can reduce the length of that probation, and applying these changes retroactively.

HOUSE
1851
2573
An Act amending Title 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in sentencing, further providing for sentences for offenses committed with firearms and providing for sentences for persons not to possess, use, manufacture, control, sell or transfer firearms..(Representatives STEPHENS, QUINN, BERNSTINE and others)--Judiciary, December 18, 2019
6

This bill amends two provisions in Title 42 to require mandatory minimum sentences for felons convicted of illegally possessing a firearm and to expand the definition of the term "crime of violence" to include the offense of a felon in possession of a firearm.

HOUSE
2040
2867
An Act providing for the PA Second Chance Jobs website and for powers and duties of the Department of Labor and Industry.(Representatives HARRIS, LEWIS, DELLOSO and others)--Judiciary, December 17, 2019
7

This bill creates the PA Second Chance Jobs website to provide a free and voluntary website where employers may advertise employment opportunities for former offenders.

HOUSE
2174
3080
An Act amending Title 18 (Crimes and Offenses) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in human trafficking, further providing for evidence and defenses to human trafficking.(Representatives MIHALEK, SCHROEDER, MUSTELLO and others)--Judiciary, January 21, 2020
1

This bill amends Title 18 to provide for evidence and defenses to human trafficking.

HOUSE
2175
3131
An Act amending Title 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in depositions and witnesses, further providing for expert testimony in certain criminal proceedings.(Representatives SCHROEDER, MIHALEK, MUSTELLO and others)--Judiciary, January 21, 2020
1

This ill amends Title 42 to provide for expert testimony in certain criminal proceedings.

HOUSE
2176
3082
An Act amending Title 18 (Crimes and Offenses) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in minors, further providing for the offense of unlawful contact with minor.(Representatives MUSTELLO, SCHROEDER, MIHALEK and others)--Judiciary, January 21, 2020
1

This bill amends Title 18 to provide for the offense of unlawful contact with minor.

HOUSE
2177
3083
An Act amending Title 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in sentencing, further providing for sexual offender treatment.(Representatives GAYDOS, SCHROEDER, MIHALEK and others)--Judiciary, January 21, 2020
1

This bill amends Title 42 to provide for sexual offender treatment.

HOUSE
2178
3132
An Act amending Title 23 (Domestic Relations) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in child custody, further providing for consideration of criminal conviction.(Representatives ROWE, SCHROEDER, MIHALEK and others)--Judiciary, January 21, 2020
1

This bill amends Title 23 to provide for consideration of criminal conviction.

SENATE
60
1391
An Act amending Titles 18 (Crimes and Offenses) and 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in human trafficking, further providing for the offense of trafficking in individuals, for the offense of patronizing a victim of sexual servitude and for asset forfeiture; and, in depositions and witnesses, further providing for definitions.(Senators PHILLIPS-HILL, MARTIN, YAW and others)--Judiciary, January 21, 2020
1

This bill amends Title 18 & Title 42 to provide for the offense of trafficking in individuals, for offense of patronizing a victim of sexual servitude & for asset forfeiture.

SENATE
502
1424
An Act amending the act of November 24, 1998 (P.L.882, No.111), known as the Crime Victims Act, in preliminary provisions, further providing for definitions; in crime victims, further providing for rights, for responsibilities of victims of crime under basic bill of rights, for responsibilities of State and local law enforcement agencies and for responsibilities of prosecutor's office; in administration, further providing for office, for powers and duties of victim advocate and for powers and duties of Office of Victims' Services; in parole advocacy, further providing for preparole notification to victim and for petitions to deny parole upon expiration of minimum sentence; in compensation, further providing for persons eligible for compensation, for filing of claims for compensation, for minimum allowable claim, for determination of claims, for emergency awards, for awards and for confidentiality of records; in services, further providing for eligibility of victims; in financial matters, further providing for costs and for costs for offender supervision programs; and, in enforcement, further providing for subrogation.(Senators BARTOLOTTA, HUGHES, HAYWOOD and others)--Judiciary, December 16, 2019
8

This bill amends the Crime Victims Act to make omnibus changes to victims' rights and compensation.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
LABOR & INDUSTRY BILL
HOUSE
785
856
An Act amending the act of July 23, 1970 (P.L.563, No.195), known as the Public Employe Relations Act, further providing for definitions; in employee rights, providing for payments to employee organizations; and making related repeals.(Representatives KLUNK, RYAN, MOUL and others)--Labor & Industry, January 15, 2020
2

This bill amends the Public Employee Relations Act to require specific disclosure of employee rights; repeals unenforceable laws related to fair share fees.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
LOCAL GOVERNMENT BILL
HOUSE
1074
1614
An Act amending Title 53 (Municipalities Generally) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in municipal authorities, providing for governing bodies of airport authorities located in counties of the second class.(Representatives TURZAI, HENNESSEY, RYAN and others)--Local Government, January 7, 2020
5

This bill provides for governing bodies of airport authorities located in  counties of the second class.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
TRANSPORTATION BILLS
HOUSE
1754
2345
An Act designating a bridge on that portion of State Route 4021 over the Honeoye Creek, Sharon Township, Potter County, as the Tec 5 C. Virgil Voorhees Memorial Bridge.(Representatives CAUSER, BURNS, CALTAGIRONE and others)--Transportation, October 30, 2019
15

This bill designates a bridge on a portion of S.R. 4021 in Potter County as the Tec 5 C. Virgil Voorhees Memorial Bridge.

SENATE
607
1384
An Act amending Title 75 (Vehicles) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in rules of the road in general, further providing for speed timing devices.(Senators SCAVELLO, MARTIN, BROWNE and others)--Transportation, December 9, 2019
10

This bill amends Title 75 to provide for speed timing devices.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
URBAN AFFAIRS BILL
HOUSE
122
1012
An Act amending Title 68 (Real and Personal Property) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in home inspections, further providing for home inspection reports.(Representatives KORTZ, HELM, READSHAW and others)--Urban Affairs, December 16, 2019
8

This bill provides for home inspection reports.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
VETERANS AFFAIRS & EMERGENCY PREP. BILLS
HOUSE
432
2568
An Act amending the act of June 2, 1915 (P.L.736, No.338), known as the Workers' Compensation Act, in interpretation and definitions, further providing for definitions; and, in liability and compensation, further providing for compensation for post-traumatic stress injury.(Representatives BARRAR, SAINATO, BIZZARRO and others)--Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness, January 14, 2020
3

This bill requires post-traumatic stress injuries to be compensable under workers compensation for first responders, including 911 center dispatchers and call takers, and corrections officers.

HOUSE
759
2508
An Act amending Title 35 (Health and Safety) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in emergency management services, providing for emergency response payment.(Representatives DUSH, JOZWIAK, GREINER and others)--Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness, January 14, 2020
3

This bill authorizes Volunteer Fire Departments to bill for real and reasonable costs.

HOUSE
1347
2149
An Act amending the act of May 17, 1921 (P.L.682, No.284), known as The Insurance Company Law of 1921, in casualty insurance, further providing for billing.(Representatives MASSER, WHEELAND, IRVIN and others)--Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness, January 14, 2020
3

This bill requires insurance carriers to reimburse ambulance companies directly that are not in the insurance carrier's network.

THIRD CONSIDERATION
AGRICULTURE AND RURAL AFFAIRS BILLS
HOUSE
1037
1836
An Act amending the act of November 10, 1999 (P.L.491, No.45), known as the Pennsylvania Construction Code Act, in preliminary provisions, further providing for definitions and for application; and, in exemptions, applicability and penalties, further providing for penalties.(Representatives LAWRENCE, CAUSER, BERNSTINE and others)--Appropriations, November 18, 2019 Fiscal-Note Attached
14

This bill amends the PA Construction Code Act to exempt historic agricultural buildings, when used for private events and meeting certain safety provisions, from the provisions of the code.

HOUSE
1348
3056
An Act providing for limited civil liability for agritourism activity providers, for notice of limited civil liability and for acknowledgment of limited civil liability.(Representatives GLEIM, GREINER, CAUSER and others)--Appropriations, December 18, 2019 Fiscal-Note Attached
6

This bill creates limited liability protection for agritourism activity providers.

THIRD CONSIDERATION
CHILDREN AND YOUTH BILL
HOUSE
309
3133
An Act amending the act of June 13, 1967 (P.L.31, No.21), known as the Human Services Code, in departmental powers and duties as to supervision, providing for Keystone STARS Program participants; and, in departmental powers and duties as to licensing, further providing for fees, providing for Keystone STARS Program participants and further providing for definition.(Representatives MEHAFFIE, SOLOMON, A. DAVIS and others)--Appropriations, January 21, 2020 Fiscal-Note Attached
1

This bill provides for Keystone STARS Program participants.

THIRD CONSIDERATION
INSURANCE BILL
HOUSE
1283
1854
An Act amending Title 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in judgments and other liens, further providing for exemption of particular property.(Representatives MOUL, PICKETT, RYAN and others)--Appropriations, November 21, 2019 Fiscal-Note Attached
11

This bill amends Title 40 and Title 42 to provide consumer protections for annuity benefit plans.

THIRD CONSIDERATION
JUDICIARY BILL
HOUSE
1850
2531
An Act amending Title 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in sentencing, further providing for sentences for offenses committed with firearms and for sentences for certain drug offenses committed with firearms.(Representatives STEPHENS, QUINN, BERNSTINE and others)--Appropriations, January 13, 2020 Fiscal-Note Attached
4

This bill amends two provisions in the Judicial Code to restore a 5-year mandatory minimum sentence for violent crimes committed with firearms and drug deliveries committed with firearms.

THIRD CONSIDERATION
LABOR & INDUSTRY BILL
HOUSE
1234
2813
An Act amending the act of June 2, 1915 (P.L.736, No.338), known as the Workers' Compensation Act, in liability and compensation, further providing for the definitions of "injury," "personal injury" and "injury arising in the course of his employment," providing for diseases with long latency periods between occupational exposure and manifestation of the disease and further providing for liability.(Representatives COX, DUSH, FRITZ and others)--Appropriations, November 19, 2019 Fiscal-Note Attached
13

This bill provides for the definitions of "injury," "personal injury" and "injury arising in the course of his employment," providing for diseases with long latency periods between occupational exposure and manifestation of the disease.

THIRD CONSIDERATION
STATE GOVERNMENT BILLS
HOUSE
1106
1599
An Act amending the act of April 9, 1929 (P.L.177, No.175), known as The Administrative Code of 1929, providing for environmental permits and plan approvals; making related repeals; and abrogating regulations.(Representatives PUSKARIC, TURZAI, KAUFER and others)--Appropriations, December 17, 2019 Fiscal-Note Attached
7

This bill amends the Administrative Code to establish processes and timelines relating to applications for individual permits, general permits, general permits and general plan approvals required by an environmental law.

HOUSE
1316
1535
A Joint Resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in taxation and finance, providing for spending limitations on the Commonwealth.(Representatives WARNER, HERSHEY, AND BURNS)--Appropriations, December 16, 2019 Fiscal-Note Attached
8

This bill amends the Constitution to establish limitations on the spending of Commonwealth funds.

THIRD CONSIDERATION
TRANSPORTATION BILL
HOUSE
1719
2311
An Act designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 27659, on that portion of State Route 2034, also known as Edge Hill Road, over Pennsylvania Route 611, also known as Old York Road, in Abington Township, Montgomery County, as the Captain Samuel Schultz Memorial Bridge.(Representatives SANCHEZ, SAINATO, KORTZ and others)--Appropriations, November 19, 2019 Fiscal-Note Attached
13

This bill designates a bridge on that portion of S.R. 2034 over PA Route 611 in Abington Township, Montgomery County, as the Captain Samuel Schultz Memorial Bridge.

FINAL PASSAGE
ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES AND ENERGY BILL
HOUSE
827
928
An Act designating certain activity by the Delaware River Basin Commission as the exercise of the power of eminent domain that entitles the owners of the property in question to appropriate and just compensation.(Representatives FRITZ, JAMES, PICKETT and others)--Appropriations, October 30, 2019 Fiscal-Note Attached
15

This bill designates certain activity by the Delaware River Basin Commission as the exercise of the power of eminent domain that entitles the owners of the property in question to appropriate and just compensation.

FINAL PASSAGE
JUDICIARY BILL
HOUSE
1852
2533
An Act amending Title 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in sentencing, further providing for sentences for second and subsequent offenses and providing for consecutive sentences for crimes of violence.(Representatives STEPHENS, QUINN, BERNSTINE and others)--Appropriations, January 13, 2020 Fiscal-Note Attached
4

This bill provides for sentences for second and subsequent offenses and providing for consecutive sentences for crimes of violence.

RESOLUTIONS
HOUSE
64
363
A Resolution establishing a legislative task force on the delivery of high-speed broadband services and directing the Joint State Government Commission to establish an advisory committee to conduct a study on the delivery of high-speed broadband services in unserved areas and underserved areas of this Commonwealth and to report its findings and recommendations to the House of Representatives.(Representatives SNYDER, IRVIN, SCHLOSSBERG and others)--State Government, January 15, 2020
2

HOUSE
74
392
A Concurrent Resolution declaring that the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is committed to equal rights for individuals with cognitive disabilities to technology and information access and calling for implementation of these rights with deliberate speed.(Representatives CRUZ, YOUNGBLOOD, HILL-EVANS and others)--Human Services, December 16, 2019
8

HOUSE
146
889
A Resolution reaffirming support for the State of Israel and condemning the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement.(Representatives GROVE, RYAN, HARKINS and others)--State Government, January 15, 2020
2

HOUSE
206
1938
A Concurrent Resolution petitioning the Congress of the United States to call a Convention for proposing amendments pursuant to Article V of the Constitution of the United States limited to proposing amendments that impose fiscal restraints on the Federal Government, limit the power and jurisdiction of the Federal Government and limit the terms of office for its officials and for members of Congress.(Representatives GABLER, BARRAR, EVERETT and others)--State Government, December 17, 2019
7

HOUSE
407
2146
A Resolution designating June 19, 2019, as "World Sickle Cell Day" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives JOHNSON-HARRELL, KINSEY, McCLINTON and others)--Human Services, January 14, 2020
3

HOUSE
431
2257
A Resolution commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots in New York City.(Representatives KENYATTA, FRANKEL, RABB and others)--State Government, January 15, 2020
2

HOUSE
438
2285
A Resolution directing the Joint State Government Commission to study the fiscal impact of a timely and expeditious versus a delayed implementation of the Family First Prevention Services Act on the Commonwealth's funding under Part E of Title IV of the Social Security Act.(Representatives TOOHIL, BOBACK, MILLARD and others)--Children & Youth, November 20, 2019
12

HOUSE
440
2398
A Resolution honoring African-American World War II Army Staff Sergeant Waverly Woodson, Jr., on the 75th anniversary of D-Day for his heroic actions as a corporal and combat medic on Omaha Beach on June 6, 1944.(Representatives JOHNSON-HARRELL, DONATUCCI, HOHENSTEIN and others)--Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness, December 18, 2019
6

HOUSE
447
2405
A Resolution recognizing the harmful effects of adverse childhood experiences on individuals in this Commonwealth.(Representatives JOHNSON-HARRELL, JONES, WEBSTER and others)--Children & Youth, January 14, 2020
3

HOUSE
448
2406
A Resolution recognizing the month of September 2019 as "Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Awareness Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives MURT, BIZZARRO, LONGIETTI and others)--Human Services, December 18, 2019
6

HOUSE
453
2388
A Resolution recognizing September 5, 2019, as "National Recovery Advocacy Day" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives MURT, NEILSON, BIZZARRO and others)--Human Services, December 18, 2019
6

HOUSE
531
2608
A Resolution designating the month of October 2019 as "Lifesharing Awareness Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives MURT, HILL-EVANS, KORTZ and others)--Human Services, January 14, 2020
3

HOUSE
532
2609
A Resolution recognizing the month of October 2019 as "Blindness Awareness Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives MURT, HILL-EVANS, DiGIROLAMO and others)--Aging & Older Adult Services, January 14, 2020
3

HOUSE
533
2610
A Resolution recognizing the month of October 2019 as "National Disability Employment Awareness Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives MURT, MACKENZIE, A. DAVIS and others)--Human Services, January 14, 2020
3

HOUSE
574
2720
A Resolution recognizing the week of October 7 through 13, 2019, as "Mental Health Awareness Week" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives MURT AND SAINATO)--Aging & Older Adult Services, November 21, 2019
11

HOUSE
576
2722
A Resolution designating the month of November 2019 as "Assistive Technology Awareness Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representative MURT)--Human Services, January 14, 2020
3

HOUSE
584
2752
A Resolution recognizing October 11, 2019, as "National Coming Out Day" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives KENYATTA, FRANKEL, BIZZARRO and others)--State Government, January 15, 2020
2

HOUSE
586
2754
A Resolution recognizing the month of October 2019 as "Cybersecurity Awareness Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives KENYATTA, HENNESSEY, KORTZ and others)--Commerce, October 30, 2019
15

HOUSE
605
2839
A Resolution designating the week of February 22 through 29, 2020, as "FFA Week" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives M. K. KELLER, CAUSER, PASHINSKI and others)--Agriculture & Rural Affairs, November 21, 2019
11

HOUSE
607
2841
A Resolution designating December 1, 2019, as "Penske Truck Leasing Day" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives GILLEN, DiGIROLAMO, MURT and others)--Transportation, December 17, 2019
7

HOUSE
613
2878
A Resolution recognizing the year 2020 as the "Year of the Nurse and Midwife" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives KOSIEROWSKI, HILL-EVANS, SCHLOSSBERG and others)--Health, December 18, 2019
6

HOUSE
618
2946
A Resolution recognizing the month of January 2020 as "National Human Trafficking Awareness Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives THOMAS, BERNSTINE, BIZZARRO and others)--Judiciary, January 15, 2020
2

HOUSE
628
2988
A Resolution urging the Congress of the United States to take action on legislation that would expand Medicare coverage to include hearing aids.(Representatives HANBIDGE, FRANKEL, McCLINTON and others)--Health, January 15, 2020
2

HOUSE
633
3009
A Resolution recognizing the month of March 2020 as "Amyloidosis Awareness Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives PUSKARIC, MILLARD, KORTZ and others)--Health, January 15, 2020
2

HOUSE
634
3003
A Concurrent Resolution establishing the Task Force on Technical Probation Violations.(Representative HARRIS)--Judiciary, December 10, 2019
9

HOUSE
644
3042
A Resolution designating the week of January 19 through 25, 2020, as "Healthy Weight Week" and designating January 23, 2020, as "Women's Healthy Weight Day" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives BULLOCK, BIZZARRO, KORTZ and others)--Health, January 15, 2020
2

HOUSE
648
3069
A Resolution recognizing the bravery and professionalism of the Philadelphia Police Department during the events of August 14, 2019.(Representatives YOUNGBLOOD, DERMODY, HARRIS and others)--Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness, January 15, 2020
2

HOUSE
650
3071
A Resolution recognizing the 110th anniversary of Milton Hershey School and the life-changing opportunities it provides to children from low-income families.(Representatives MEHAFFIE, HARKINS, LONGIETTI and others)--Education, January 14, 2020
3

HOUSE
653
3088
A Resolution designating the week of March 16 through 22, 2020, as "Maple Producers Week" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives CAUSER, METZGAR, OWLETT and others)--Agriculture & Rural Affairs, January 15, 2020
2

HOUSE
654
3089
A Resolution recognizing February 25, 2020, as "World Spay Day" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives SCHLOSSBERG, BERNSTINE, BIZZARRO and others)--Agriculture & Rural Affairs, January 15, 2020
2

HOUSE
658
3115
A Resolution recognizing January 27, 2020, as "International Holocaust Remembrance Day" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives NEILSON, BIZZARRO, HILL-EVANS and others)--State Government, January 15, 2020
2

D.R.
1
HOUSE DISCHARGE RESOLUTION
In the House
January 15, 2020
Committee on Insurance from further consideration of House Bill No. 913.
RESOLVED, That House Bill No. 913, having been referred to the Committee on Insurance on March 20, 2019, and the committee not having reported the same to the House of Representatives for a period of more than 15 legislative days, the committee be discharged from further consideration thereof.(LONGETTI, SCHWEYER, SCHLOSSBERG, MCNEILL, OMARA, OTTEN, MCCARTER, WEBSTER, HOWARD, SNYDER, FLYNN, KULIK, RAVENSTAHL, BIZZARRO, WHEATLEY, DERMODY, GAINEY, HILL-EVANS, FRANKEL, CIRESI, KIRKLAND, HANBIDGE, SAPPEY, SHUSTERMAN, MALIGARI) - January 15, 2020

D.R.
2
HOUSE DISCHARGE RESOLUTION
In the House
January 15, 2020
Committee on Insurance from further consideration of House Bill No. 471.
RESOLVED, That House Bill No. 471, having been referred to the Committee on Insurance on February 11, 2019, and the committee not having reported the same to the House of Representatives for a period of more than 15 legislative days, the committee be discharged from further consideration thereof. (SCHWEYER, LONGETTI, SCHLOSSBERG, MCNEILL, OMARA, OTTEN, MCCARTER, WEBSTER, HOWARD, SNYDER, FLYNN, KULIK, RAVENSTAHL, BIZZARRO, WHEATLEY, DERMODY, GAINEY, HILL-EVANS, FRANKEL, CIRESI, KIRKLAND, HANBIDGE, SAPPEY, SHUSTERMAN, MALIGARI) - January 15, 2020

D.R.
3
HOUSE DISCHARGE RESOLUTION
In the House
January 15, 2020
Committee on Insurance from further consideration of House Bill No. 470.
RESOLVED, That House Bill No. 470, having been referred to the Committee on Insurance on February 11, 2019, and the committee not having reported the same to the House of Representatives for a period of more than 15 legislative days, the committee be discharged from further consideration thereof. (FRANKEL, SCHWEYER, SCHLOSSBERG, MCNEILL, OMARA, OTTEN, MCCARTER, WEBSTER, HOWARD, SNYDER, FLYNN, KULIK, RAVENSTAHL, BIZZARRO, WHEATLEY, DERMODY, GAINEY, HILL-EVANS, LONGETTI, CIRESI, KIRKLAND, HANBIDGE, SAPPEY, SHUSTERMAN, MALIGARI) - January 15, 2020

D.R.
4
HOUSE DISCHARGE RESOLUTION
In the House
January 15, 2020
Committee on Insurance from further consideration of House Bill No. 469.
RESOLVED, That House Bill No. 469, having been referred to the Committee on Insurance on February 11, 2019, and the committee not having reported the same to the House of Representatives for a period of more than 15 legislative days, the committee be discharged from further consideration thereof. (DELUCA,SCHWEYER, SCHLOSSBERG, MCNEILL, OMARA, OTTEN, MCCARTER, WEBSTER, HOWARD, SNYDER, FLYNN, KULIK, RAVENSTAHL, BIZZARRO, WHEATLEY, DERMODY, GAINEY, HILL-EVANS,CIRESI, KIRKLAND, HANBIDGE, SAPPEY, SHUSTERMAN, MALIGARI, MADDEN) - January 15, 2020