HOUSE CALENDAR
THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF PENNSYLVANIA
SESSION OF 2021-2022

HOUSE CONVENES AT 12:00 P.M. E.D.S.T.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2022

Bill
No.
Print.
No.
TITLE OF BILL ACTION
SECOND CONSIDERATION
COMMERCE BILLS
HOUSE
424
401
An Act amending the act of July 9, 1970 (P.L.484, No.164), entitled "An act relating to indemnification agreements between architects, engineers or surveyors and owners, contractors, subcontractors or suppliers," further providing for title of act; and providing for indemnification agreements relative to construction contracts, including agreements for architectural, engineering or land surveying services.(Representatives STEPHENS, DRISCOLL, ZABEL and others)--Rules, June 21, 2022
11

This bill amends the act of July 9, 1970 providing for indemnification agreements relative to construction contracts.

HOUSE
2286
2674
An Act amending the act of July 31, 1968 (P.L.805, No.247), known as the Pennsylvania Municipalities Planning Code, in general provisions, further providing for definitions; and, in zoning, further providing for ordinance provisions.(Representatives PENNYCUICK, PICKETT, HAMM and others)--Commerce, June 22, 2022
10

This bill amends the PA Municipalities Planning Code to provide for ordinance provisions.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
EDUCATION BILLS
HOUSE
1254
1328
An Act amending the act of March 10, 1949 (P.L.30, No.14), known as the Public School Code of 1949, in terms and courses of study, providing for in-person instruction or tuition grant program required.(Representatives LEWIS DELROSSO, ROTHMAN, WHITE and others)--Education, June 20, 2022
12

This bill amends the Public School Code to require a school district to create a tuition grant program for resident students.

HOUSE
2022
3016
An Act amending the act of March 10, 1949 (P.L.30, No.14), known as the Public School Code of 1949, in preliminary provisions, providing for School-Based Mental Health Services Pilot Grant Program.(Representatives KAUFER, SCHLOSSBERG, HENNESSEY and others)--Education, June 13, 2022
15

This bill amends the Public School Code to provide for school-based behavioral health assistance.

HOUSE
2023
3017
An Act amending the act of March 10, 1949 (P.L.30, No.14), known as the Public School Code of 1949, in terms and courses of study, providing for mental health awareness education.(Representatives KAUFER, SCHLOSSBERG, HANBIDGE and others)--Education, June 13, 2022
15

This bill amends the Public School Code to provide for behavioral health awareness education.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
FINANCE BILLS
HOUSE
359
331
An Act amending the act of April 9, 1929 (P.L.343, No.176), known as The Fiscal Code, in emergency finance and tax provisions, providing for exemption from taxation.(Representatives MARKOSEK, HILL-EVANS, A. DAVIS and others)--Finance, July 7, 2022
3

This bill amends the Fiscal Code to exclude economic recovery payments issued under the Federal Coronavirus Aid Act or the Federal Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021, from consideration as income, earned income or taxable income.

HOUSE
1151
1207
An Act amending the act of April 9, 1929 (P.L.177, No.175), known as The Administrative Code of 1929, in powers and duties of the Department of Revenue, repealing provisions relating to vehicle and tractor codes.(Representatives O'NEAL, OWLETT, RYAN and others)--Finance, September 12, 2022
1

This bill provides for powers and duties of the Department of Revenue, repealing provisions relating to vehicle and tractor codes.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
HEALTH BILLS
HOUSE
1693
2712
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 licensing, providing for notice of legal representation for medical assistance.(Representatives BONNER, ROTHMAN, JAMES and others)--Health, July 1, 2022
5

This bill provides for notice of legal representation for medical assistance.

SENATE
317
325
An Act providing for expedited partner therapy and for liability.(Senators BROWNE, BAKER, SCHWANK and others)--Health, July 7, 2022
3

This bill establishes the Expedited Partner Therapy.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
JUDICIARY BILLS
HOUSE
38
105
A Joint Resolution proposing integrated amendments to the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, organizing the Judiciary into representative districts and further providing for residency requirements.(Representatives DIAMOND, KAUFFMAN, BERNSTINE and others)--Judiciary, June 30, 2022
6

This bill is a Joint Resolution proposing integrated amendments to the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, organizing the Judiciary into representative districts and further providing for residency requirements.

HOUSE
1092
3144
An Act amending the act of October 9, 2008 (P.L.1408, No.113), known as the Scrap Material Theft Prevention Act, further providing for identification requirements for sale of scrap materials to scrap processors and recycling facility operators and for penalties.(Representatives KAUFFMAN, STAMBAUGH, PYLE and others)--Judiciary, July 1, 2022
5

This bill amends Title 73 to provide additional identification requirements for sellers of scrap materials.

HOUSE
1093
1126
An Act amending Title 18 (Crimes and Offenses) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in proprietary and official rights, further providing for use of carts, cases, trays, baskets, boxes and other containers.(Representatives KAUFFMAN, STAMBAUGH, PYLE and others)--Judiciary, July 1, 2022
5

This bill amends Title 18 to increase the grading of the offense of theft of containers and other plastics from a summary to a misdemeanor of the third degree.

HOUSE
1587
1761
An Act amending Titles 18 (Crimes and Offenses) and 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in assault, providing for arrests of previously convicted persons possessing firearms in a subsequent offense; and, in sentencing, providing for sentences for previously convicted persons possessing firearms in a subsequent offense.(Representatives A. BROWN, KAUFFMAN, STEPHENS and others)--Rules, June 13, 2022
15

This bill provides for arrests of previously convicted persons possessing firearms in a subsequent offense.

HOUSE
2290
2696
An Act amending Title 18 (Crimes and Offenses) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in theft and related offenses, further providing for theft of secondary metal.(Representatives ISAACSON, WHITE, BURGOS and others)--Judiciary, July 1, 2022
5

This bill amends Title 18 to provide that a person commits the offense of theft of secondary metal if he unlawfully detaches and takes a catalytic converter with the intent to deprive the rightful owner thereof.

HOUSE
2580
3093
An Act amending Title 23 (Domestic Relations) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in marriage license, repealing provisions relating to waiting period after application and further providing for issuance of license.(Representatives MENTZER, MILLARD, PICKETT and others)--Judiciary, September 12, 2022
1

This bill amends Title 23 to eliminate the three-day waiting period for issuance of a marriage license.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
LABOR & INDUSTRY BILL
HOUSE
1104
1144
An Act amending the act of November 10, 1999 (P.L.491, No.45), known as the Pennsylvania Construction Code Act, in adoption and enforcement by municipalities, further providing for administration and enforcement.(Representatives DAVANZO, JAMES, LEWIS DELROSSO and others)--Labor & Industry, June 14, 2022
14

This bill amends Section 501 of the Uniform Construction Code to require construction permit holders for non-residential construction sites to disclose the names and addresses of the contractors performing work on the site.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
LIQUOR CONTROL BILLS
HOUSE
2272
2622
A Joint Resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, prohibiting the Commonwealth from manufacturing or selling liquor.(Representatives MIHALEK, BERNSTINE, COOK and others)--Rules, June 13, 2022
15

This bill proposes an amendment to the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, prohibiting the Commonwealth from manufacturing or selling liquor.

SENATE
1212
1843
An Act amending the act of April 12, 1951 (P.L.90, No.21), known as the Liquor Code, in licenses and regulations and liquor, alcohol and malt and brewed beverages, further providing for malt and brewed beverages manufacturers', distributors' and importing distributors' licenses, for renewal of licenses and temporary provisions for licensees in armed service and for rights of municipalities preserved.(Senators PHILLIPS-HILL, REGAN, J. WARD and others)--Liquor Control, July 6, 2022
4

This bill provides for amplified noise for liquor licenses in 2A through 8 counties.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE BILL
HOUSE
1862
2108
An Act amending the act of December 20, 1985 (P.L.457, No.112), known as the Medical Practice Act of 1985, further providing for institutional license; and abrogating a related regulation.(Representatives GILLESPIE, JAMES, HILL-EVANS and others)--Professional Licensure, July 7, 2022
3

This bill amends the Medical Practice Act to preserve a COVID-19 regulatory waiver that allows physicians with an institutional license in a teaching hospital to serve patients at more than just two facilities in a given health system.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
STATE GOVERNMENT BILLS
HOUSE
1218
1278
An Act granting authority to sports organizations relating to mask wearing during sporting events.(Representatives DAVANZO, COX, DIAMOND and others)--State Government, June 22, 2022
10

This bill grants authority to sports organizations relating to mask wearing during sporting events.

HOUSE
1482
1600
An Act amending the act of June 3, 1937 (P.L.1333, No.320), known as the Pennsylvania Election Code, in preliminary provisions, establishing the Bureau of Election Audits; in the Secretary of the Commonwealth, providing for reports on implementation of elections; and, in electronic voting systems, repealing provisions relating to statistical sample.(Representatives CUTLER, RYAN, ROWE and others)--State Government, June 20, 2022
12

This bill establishes the Bureau of Election Audits.

HOUSE
1596
2178
A Joint Resolution proposing separate and distinct and integrated amendments to the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, further providing for qualifications of electors, for method of elections and secrecy in voting and for election and registration laws and providing for election audits and for the election and qualifications of the Secretary of the Commonwealth.(Representatives WHEELAND, STAATS, R. MACKENZIE and others)--State Government, June 27, 2022
9

This is a Joint Resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania providing for qualifications of electors.

HOUSE
2069
2390
A Joint Resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of Pennsylvania, further providing for action on concurrent orders and resolutions.(Representatives CUTLER, RYAN, HAMM and others)--State Government, June 20, 2022
12

This is a Joint Resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of Pennsylvania, further providing for action on concurrent orders and resolutions.

HOUSE
2070
2391
A Joint Resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of Pennsylvania, providing for executive orders.(Representatives CUTLER, RYAN, HAMM and others)--State Government, June 20, 2022
12

This is a Joint Resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of Pennsylvania, providing for executive orders.

HOUSE
2207
2572
A Joint Resolution proposing integrated amendments to the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, further providing for Legislative Reapportionment Commission and providing for the Citizens' Legislative Reapportionment Commission.(Representatives GROVE AND RYAN)--State Government, June 29, 2022
7

This bill is a Joint Resolution proposing integrated amendments to the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, further providing for Legislative Reapportionment Commission and providing for the Citizens' Legislative Reapportionment Commission.

SENATE
423
1591
An Act amending Title 71 (State Government) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in membership, credited service, classes of service, and eligibility for benefits relating to retirement for State employees and officers, further providing for mandatory and optional membership in the system and participation in the plan; and, in benefits, further providing for termination of annuities.(Senators J. WARD, MARTIN, SCAVELLO and others)--State Government, June 29, 2022
7

This bill provides return to Service Legislation: Part-Time Fire Instructor.

SENATE
738
867
An Act amending the act of June 3, 1937 (P.L.1333, No.320), known as the Pennsylvania Election Code, in the Secretary of the Commonwealth, further providing for explanation of ballot question.(Senators PHILLIPS-HILL, ARGALL, BAKER and others)--State Government, June 20, 2022
12

This bill provides for explanation of ballot question.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
TRANSPORTATION BILLS
HOUSE
151
116
An Act designating the portion of State Route 2038, also known as Fitzwatertown Road, between Jenkintown Road and North Hills Avenue in Upper Dublin Township, Montgomery County, as the CPL Vincent J. Wargo, Jr., U.S.M.C. Memorial Highway.(Representatives SANCHEZ, BURNS, RYAN and others)--Transportation, July 7, 2022
3

This bill designates the portion of State Route 2038, also known as Fitzwatertown Road, between Jenkintown Road and North Hills Avenue in Upper Dublin Township, Montgomery County, as the CPL Vincent J. Wargo, Jr., U.S.M.C. Memorial Highway.

HOUSE
152
117
An Act designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 43267, on that portion of State Route 3041, also known as Dishong Mountain Road, over U.S. Route 22 in Jackson Township, Cambria County, as the Technical Sergeant Mike Capelli Memorial Bridge.(Representatives BURNS, GUENST, KINSEY and others)--Transportation, July 7, 2022
3

This bill designates a bridge on that portion of State Route 3041, also known as Dishong Mountain Road, over U.S. Route 22 in Jackson Township, Cambria County, as the Technical Sergeant Mike Capelli Memorial Bridge.

HOUSE
371
343
An Act designating the portion of Pennsylvania Route 837, also known as Duquesne Boulevard, between Center Street in the City of Duquesne, Allegheny County, and Hoffman Boulevard in West Mifflin Borough, Allegheny County, as the Clifton P. Pitts Memorial Highway.(Representatives A. DAVIS, LEE, PISCIOTTANO and others)--Transportation, June 29, 2022
7

This bill designates the portion of Pennsylvania Route 837, also known as Duquesne Boulevard, between Center Street in the City of Duquesne, Allegheny County, and Hoffman Boulevard in West Mifflin Borough, Allegheny County, as the Clifton P. Pitts Memorial Highway.

HOUSE
929
924
An Act designating a roundabout at Pennsylvania Route 34, Spring Road, Pennsylvania Route 850, Valley Road, and Pisgah State Road in Carroll Township, Perry County, as the Shane E. Troutman Memorial Roundabout.(Representatives STAMBAUGH, BURNS, CONKLIN and others)--Transportation, June 22, 2022
10

This bill designates a roundabout at Pennsylvania Route 34, Spring Road, Pennsylvania Route 850, Valley Road, and Pisgah State Road in Carroll Township, Perry County, as the Shane E. Troutman Memorial Roundabout.

HOUSE
1641
1825
An Act designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 8517, carrying Pennsylvania Route 403 over the Stonycreek River in Ferndale Borough, Cambria County, as the Private First Class Lee David Meadows Memorial Bridge.(Representatives RIGBY, E. NELSON, SMITH and others)--Transportation, June 30, 2022
6

This bill designates a bridge carrying Pennsylvania Route 403 over the Stonycreek River in Ferndale Borough, Cambria County, as the Private First Class Lee David Meadows Memorial Bridge.

HOUSE
1830
2074
An Act designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 25507, on that portion of State Route 3006 over the Kinzua Creek in the census-designated place of Westline, Lafayette Township, McKean County, as the Westline Veterans Memorial Bridge.(Representatives CAUSER, RAPP, BOROWICZ and others)--Transportation, June 30, 2022
6

This bill designates a bridge on that portion of State Route 3006 over the Kinzua Creek in the census-designated place of Westline, Lafayette Township, McKean County, as the Westline Veterans Memorial Bridge.

SENATE
153
127
An Act amending Title 75 (Vehicles) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in size, weight and load, further providing for maximum gross weight of vehicles.(Senators LANGERHOLC, ARGALL, VOGEL and others)--Transportation, July 1, 2022
5

This bill provides for maximum gross weight of vehicles.

SECOND CONSIDERATION
VETERANS AFFAIRS & EMERGENCY PREP. BILL
HOUSE
1577
1729
An Act amending the act of October 31, 2006 (P.L.1210, No.133), known as the Price Gouging Act, further providing for definitions, for price gouging prohibited and for investigation.(Representatives MAKO, MALONEY, KAUFFMAN and others)--Rules, July 7, 2022
3

This bill provides for definitions, for price gouging prohibited and for investigation.

THIRD CONSIDERATION
HEALTH BILL
HOUSE
681
1187
An Act prohibiting enforcement of covenants not to compete in health care practitioner employment agreements.(Representatives ECKER, BROOKS, BERNSTINE and others)--Appropriations, June 15, 2022 Fiscal-Note Attached
13

This bill prohibits enforcement of covenants not to compete in health care practitioner employment agreements.

THIRD CONSIDERATION
JUDICIARY BILL
HOUSE
1590
1747
An Act amending Title 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in sentencing, further providing for sentencing generally.(Representatives STEPHENS, BROOKS, DeLUCA and others)--Appropriations, June 14, 2022 Fiscal-Note Attached
14

This bill amends Title 42 to make sentencing guidelines presumptive for certain offenses involving firearms.

THIRD CONSIDERATION
LABOR & INDUSTRY BILL
HOUSE
922
911
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 compensable injuries, subrogation and proration.(Representatives DAVANZO, DUNBAR, KAUFFMAN and others)--Appropriations, June 27, 2022 Fiscal-Note Attached
9

This bill amends the Workers' Compensation Act to provide employers or their insurance the right to treat a third-party settlement related to a workers' compensation claim as a credit for future medical costs.

THIRD CONSIDERATION
LOCAL GOVERNMENT BILL
HOUSE
2428
3153
An Act amending Title 65 (Public Officers) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in open meetings, further providing for definitions, for minutes of meetings, public records and recording of meetings, for public notice, for public participation and for use of equipment during meetings.(Representatives KNOWLES, JAMES, FREEMAN and others)--Appropriations, July 7, 2022 Fiscal-Note Attached
3

This bill amends the Sunshine Act to facilitate the creation of local rules allowing meetings to be broadcast online and allow public comment via authorized telecommunications devices.

THIRD CONSIDERATION
STATE GOVERNMENT BILL
HOUSE
1800
2431
An Act amending the act of June 3, 1937 (P.L.1333, No.320), known as the Pennsylvania Election Code, as follows: in preliminary provisions, further providing for definitions, providing for legislative authority over elections, establishing the Bureau of Election Audits and providing for special standing in challenges to the Election Code; in the Secretary of the Commonwealth, further providing for powers and duties of the Secretary of the Commonwealth and providing for reports on implementation of elections; in county boards of elections, further providing for powers and duties of county boards and providing for county boards of elections and satellite offices; in district election officers, further providing for district election boards and election, for qualifications of election officers, for tie votes for judge and inspector, for clerks of election and machine inspectors, for vacancies in election boards, appointment, judge and majority inspector to be members of majority party and minority inspector to be member of minority party, for election officers to be sworn, for oath of judge of election, for oaths of inspectors of election, for oaths of clerks of election, for oath of machine inspectors, for power of election officers to administer oaths, for compensation of district election officers and for appointment of watchers; in election districts and polling places, further providing for polling places to be selected by county board, for public buildings to be used where possible and portable polling places and for temporary polling places; providing for registration of electors; in ballots, further providing for form of official election ballot and for number of ballots to be printed and specimen ballots; in voting machines, further providing for examination and approval of voting machines by the Secretary of the Commonwealth, for requirements of voting machines, for preparation of voting machines by county election boards and for delivery of voting machines and supplies by county election boards to election officers; in electronic voting systems, further providing for experimental use of electronic voting systems and for statistical sample and providing for requirements of accessible voting machines and for voting system defects, disclosure, investigation and penalties; repealing provisions relating to voting apparatus bonds and providing for election equipment funding; in preparation for and conduct of primaries and elections, providing for voter's bill of rights, for senior voter's bill of rights and for disabled voter's bill of rights and further providing for delivery of ballots and supplies to judges of election, for time for opening and closing polls, for opening of polls, posting cards of instruction and notices of penalties and voters' rights and examination of voting machines, for manner of applying to vote, persons entitled to vote, voter's certificates, entries to be made in district register, numbered lists of voters and challenges, for assistance in voting and for deadline for receipt of valid voter registration application; in voting by qualified absentee electors, further providing for applications for official absentee ballots, for date of application for absentee ballot, for delivering or mailing ballots and for voting by absentee electors, providing for supervised voting by qualified absentee electors in certain facilities and further providing for canvassing of official absentee ballots and mail-in ballots; in voting by qualified mail-in electors, further providing for applications for official mail-in ballots, for date of application for mail-in ballot, for delivering or mailing ballots and for voting by mail-in electors; in Pennsylvania Election Law Advisory Board, further providing for Pennsylvania Election Law Advisory Board; providing for early voting by qualified electors; in returns of primaries and elections, further providing for returns to be open to public inspection and exceptions and for computation of returns by county board, certification and issuance of certificates of election; in recounts and contest, providing for powers and duties of the Attorney General relating to elections and for powers and duties of district attorneys relating to elections; in penalties, further providing for disobeying lawful instructions, for perjury, for false affidavits of candidates, for refusal to permit inspection of papers, destruction or removal and Secretary of the Commonwealth, for refusal to permit inspection of papers, destruction or removal and county boards of elections, for insertion and alteration of entries in documents, removal and refusal to deliver, for refusal to permit overseers, watchers, attorneys or candidates to act, for driving away watchers, attorneys, candidates or overseers, for refusal to permit election officers, clerks and machine inspectors to act and driving away said persons, for refusal to administer oath and acting without being sworn, for violation of oath of office by election officers, for peace officers, failure to render assistance and hindering or delaying county board members and others, for nomination petitions and papers and offenses by signers, for false signatures and statements in nomination petitions and papers, for nomination petitions, certificates and papers, destruction, fraudulent filing and suppression, for offenses by printers of ballots, for unlawful possession of ballots and counterfeiting ballots, for forging and destroying ballots, for tampering with voting machines, for destroying, defacing or removing notices, et cetera, for police officers at polling places, for peace officer, failure to quell disturbances at polls and hindering or delaying election officers and others, for election officers permitting unregistered electors to vote, challenges and refusing to permit qualified electors to vote, for election officers refusing to permit elector to vote in proper party at primaries, for frauds by election officers, for prying into ballots, for interference with primaries and elections, frauds and conspiracy, for persons interfering in other districts, for assault and battery at polls, for unlawful assistance in voting, for election officers permitting unlawful assistance, for failure to keep and return record of assisted voters, for unlawful voting, for elector voting ballot of wrong party at primary, for repeat voting at elections, for removing ballots, for commissioners to take soldiers' votes, for fraudulent voting by soldiers, for bribery at elections, for receipts and disbursements of primary and election expenses by persons other than candidates and treasurers, for receipts of primary and election expenses by unauthorized persons, for contributions by corporations or unincorporated associations, for failure to file expense account, for prohibiting duress and intimidation of voters and interference with the free exercise of the elective franchise, for failure to perform duty, for hindering or delaying performance of duty, for violation of any provision of act and for violations of provisions relating to absentee and mail-in ballots and providing for unlawful collection of ballots and for prohibiting duress and intimidation of elections officials; providing for reimbursements and withholding; and making an appropriation and making a related repeal.(Representatives GROVE, RYAN, STAMBAUGH and others)--Appropriations, June 20, 2022 Fiscal-Note Attached
12

This bill provides for legislative authority over elections, establishing the Bureau of Election Audits and providing for special standing in challenges to the Election Code.

THIRD CONSIDERATION
URBAN AFFAIRS BILL
SENATE
797
1755
An Act amending the act of December 20, 2000 (P.L.949, No.130), known as the Neighborhood Improvement District Act, further providing for definitions, for creation of neighborhood improvement district and for powers of neighborhood improvement district management association.(Senators ROBINSON, ARGALL, SCAVELLO and others)--Appropriations, June 21, 2022 Fiscal-Note Attached
11

This bill amends the Neighborhood Improvement District Act to simplify the process, and to allow counties of the second class to establish NIDs.

THIRD CONSIDERATION
VETERANS AFFAIRS & EMERGENCY PREP. BILL
HOUSE
860
2422
An Act regulating certain smoke alarms; providing for dwelling unit owner and tenant responsibilities; and prescribing penalties.(Representatives POLINCHOCK, FARRY, BROOKS and others)--Appropriations, June 21, 2022 Fiscal-Note Attached
11

This bill establishes the Smoke Alarm Responsibility Act.

RESOLUTIONS
HOUSE
19
185
A Resolution honoring the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and recognizing the week of January 18 through 24, 2021, as "Martin Luther King, Jr., Week of Remembrance" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives GAINEY, HENNESSEY, HILL-EVANS and others)--State Government, June 29, 2022
7

HOUSE
74
868
A Resolution directing the Legislative Budget and Finance Committee to conduct a study and issue a report on the current status, management and benefits of conservation corridors in this Commonwealth.(Representatives DALEY, KAUFER, FRANKEL and others)--Transportation, June 20, 2022
12

HOUSE
107
1615
A Resolution adopting a temporary Rule of the House of Representatives relating to guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) minimizing the spread of COVID-19.(Representative CUTLER)--Rules, June 14, 2022
14

HOUSE
117
1878
A Resolution appointing and empowering the Judiciary Committee to conduct an investigation.(Representative SCHEMEL)--Judiciary, September 12, 2022
1

HOUSE
174
2793
A Resolution directing the Legislative Budget and Finance Committee to conduct a thorough and comprehensive study on the cost of implementing a safety plan for staffing of State correctional institutions on Level 3 and Level 4 housing units in this Commonwealth.(Representatives KAUFER, SNYDER, BERNSTINE and others)--Judiciary, June 21, 2022
11

VETO MESSAGES
HOUSE
972
2886
An Act providing for sport activities in public institutions of higher education and public school entities to be expressly designated male, female or coed; and creating causes of action for harms suffered by designation.(Representatives GLEIM, WHITE, KEEFER and others)--July 8, 2022

HOUSE
979
1706
An Act amending Titles 18 (Crimes and Offenses) and 53 (Municipalities Generally) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in firearms and other dangerous articles, further providing for limitation on the regulation of firearms and ammunition; and, in preemptions, providing for regulation of firearms and ammunition.(Representatives DOWLING, METCALFE, GREINER and others)--February 7, 2022

HOUSE
1184
2928
An Act amending Title 8 (Boroughs and Incorporated Towns) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in creation and alteration, further providing for definitions, for contiguous areas, for applications, for borough advisory committee, for adjustment of indebtedness, for judicial adjustment, for judicial adjustment award proceedings, for compensation, expenses and costs, for territory located in multiple counties and for bond issues and taxation; in associations and organizations, further providing for associations and organizations for mayors; in elections of officers, further providing for eligibility; in powers, duties and rights of appointed officers and employees, further providing for appointments and incompatible offices and for police serving under cooperative agreement or contract; in corporate powers, further providing for specific powers; in taxation and finance, further providing for investment of funds; providing for solid waste collection and disposition; and, in ordinances, further providing for ordinances and resolutions and for publication.(Representatives MOUL, JAMES, AND KNOWLES)--April 25, 2022

HOUSE
1300
1869
An Act amending the act of June 3, 1937 (P.L.1333, No.320), known as the Pennsylvania Election Code, as follows: in preliminary provisions, further providing for definitions, providing for legislative authority over elections, establishing the Bureau of Election Audits and providing for special standing in challenges to the Election Code; in the Secretary of the Commonwealth, further providing for powers and duties of the Secretary of the Commonwealth and providing for reports on implementation of elections; in county boards of elections, further providing for powers and duties of county boards and providing for county boards of elections and satellite offices; in district election officers, further providing for qualifications of election officers, for compensation of district election officers and for appointment of watchers; providing for registration of electors; in ballots, further providing for form of official election ballot and for number of ballots to be printed and specimen ballots; in voting machines, further providing for examination and approval of voting machines by the Secretary of the Commonwealth, for requirements of voting machines, for preparation of voting machines by county election boards and for delivery of voting machines and supplies by county election boards to election officers; in electronic voting systems, further providing for experimental use of electronic voting systems and for statistical sample and providing for requirements of accessible voting machines; in voting apparatus bonds, providing for voting system defects, disclosure, investigations and penalties; in preparation for and conduct of primaries and elections, providing for voter's bill of rights, for senior voter's bill of rights, for disabled voter's bill of rights and further providing for time for opening and closing polls, for manner of applying to vote, persons entitled to vote, voter's certificates, entries to be made in district register, numbered lists of voters and challenges and for deadline for receipt of valid voter registration application; in voting by qualified absentee electors, further providing for applications for official absentee ballots, for date of application for absentee ballot, for delivering or mailing ballots, for voting by absentee electors, providing for supervised voting by qualified absentee electors in certain facilities and further providing for canvassing of official absentee ballots and mail-in ballots; in voting by qualified mail-in electors, further providing for applications for official mail-in ballots, for date of application for mail-in ballot, for delivering or mailing ballots and for voting by mail-in electors; in Pennsylvania Election Law Advisory Board, further providing for Pennsylvania Election Law Advisory Board; providing for early voting by qualified electors; in returns of primaries and elections, further providing for returns to be open to public inspection and exceptions and for computation of returns by county board, certification and issuance of certificates of election; in recounts and contest, providing for powers and duties of the Attorney General relating to elections; in penalties, further providing for disobeying lawful instructions, for perjury, for false affidavits of candidates, for refusal to permit inspection of papers, destruction or removal and Secretary of the Commonwealth, for refusal to permit inspection of papers, destruction or removal and county boards of elections, for insertion and alteration of entries in documents, removal and refusal to deliver, for refusal to permit overseers, watchers, attorneys or candidates to act, for driving away watchers, attorneys, candidates or overseers, for refusal to permit election officers, clerks and machine inspectors to act and driving away said persons, for refusal to administer oath and acting without being sworn, for violation of oath of office by election officers, for peace officers, failure to render assistance and hindering or delaying county board members and others, for nomination petitions and papers and offenses by signers, for false signatures and statements in nomination petitions and papers, for nomination petitions, certificates and papers, destruction, fraudulent filing and suppression, for offenses by printers of ballots, for unlawful possession of ballots and counterfeiting ballots, for forging and destroying ballots, for tampering with voting machines, for destroying, defacing or removing notices, et cetera, for police officers at polling places and for peace officer, failure to quell disturbances at polls, hindering or delaying election officers and others, for election officers permitting unregistered electors to vote, challenges and refusing to permit qualified electors to vote, for election officers refusing to permit elector to vote in proper party at primaries, for frauds by election officers, for prying into ballots, for interference with primaries and elections, frauds and conspiracy, for persons interfering in other districts, for assault and battery at polls, for unlawful assistance in voting, for election officers permitting unlawful assistance, for failure to keep and return record of assisted voters, for unlawful voting, for elector voting ballot of wrong party at primary, for repeat voting at elections, for removing ballots, for commissioners to take soldiers' votes, for fraudulent voting by soldiers, for bribery at elections, for receipts and disbursements of primary and election expenses by persons other than candidates and treasurers, for receipts of primary and election expenses by unauthorized persons, for contributions by corporations or unincorporated associations, for failure to file expense account, for prohibiting duress and intimidation of voters and interference with the free exercise of the elective franchise, for failure to perform duty, for hindering or delaying performance of duty, for violation of any provision of act, for violations of provisions relating to absentee and mail-in ballots and providing for unlawful collection of ballots and prohibiting duress and intimidation of elections officials; providing for reimbursements and withholding; and making a related repeal.(Representatives GROVE, RYAN, E. NELSON and others)--September 20, 2021

HOUSE
1332
2272
An Act amending the act of March 10, 1949 (P.L.30, No.14), known as the Public School Code of 1949, in terms and courses of study, providing for online curriculum availability.(Representatives LEWIS, KAUFFMAN, LEWIS DELROSSO and others)--January 10, 2022

HOUSE
1420
3371
An Act amending the act of June 13, 1967 (P.L.31, No.21), known as the Human Services Code, in general powers and duties of the Department of Public Welfare, providing for COVID-19 mental health public awareness campaign; in public assistance, further providing for eligibility and for medical assistance payments for institutional care and providing for resident care and related costs and for pharmacy benefits manager audit and obligations; in the aged, further providing for LIFE program and providing for agency with choice; in children and youth, further providing for limits on reimbursements to counties; in nursing facility assessments, further providing for time periods; in managed care organization assessments, further providing for assessment amount; providing for innovative health care delivery models; abrogating regulations; and making a related repeal.(Representatives THOMAS, FARRY, MIHALEK and others)--July 08, 2022

HOUSE
2146
2541
An Act apportioning this Commonwealth into congressional districts in conformity with constitutional requirements; providing for the nomination and election of Congressmen; and requiring publication of notice of the establishment of congressional districts following the Federal decennial census.(Representative GROVE)--February 7, 2022

H.C.R.R.R.
1
In the House
June 22, 2022

Disapproving the Department of Education regulations (#6-349) on charter schools and cyber charter schools.
(Editorial Note: Final action by the House on this veto must occur within 30 calendar days or 10 legislative days, whichever is later.)
NINTH DAY

D.R.
6
In the House,
June 22, 2022

Discharging Committee on Judiciary from further consideration of House Bill No. 235.
RESOLVED, That House Bill No. 235, having been referred to the Committee on Judiciary on January 25, 2021, 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. (Representative WARREN, FRANKEL, DELLOSO, ZABEL, MALIGARI, SANCHEZ, DALEY, HARRIS, STURLA, WEBSTER, MCCLINTON, GUZMAN, KINKEAD, KRUEGER, BRIGGS, ABNEY, MADDEN, MULLINS, OTTEN, DAVIS A., WELBY, INNAMORATO, MCNEIL, BROWN A., ISAACSON) - June 22, 2022