TABLED BILL CALENDAR
THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF PENNSYLVANIA
SESSION OF 2023-2024

MONDAY, MARCH 18, 2024

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An Act amending Titles 8 (Boroughs and Incorporated Towns) and 11 (Cities) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in storm sewers and watercourses, further providing for authority of boroughs and for manner of financing work; providing for storm water management plans and facilities for incorporated towns; and, in watercourses, flood protection projects and storm water systems, further providing for establishing and changing watercourses, flood protection projects and storm water systems and for assessment of benefits and liens.(Representatives STRUZZI, ARMANINI, CIRESI and others)--Local Government, January 02, 2024 By Rep. FREEMAN

This bill amends Title 8 and Title 11 to authorize such municipalities to levy a storm water management fee.

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32
22
An Act amending the act of June 24, 1931 (P.L.1206, No.331), known as The First Class Township Code, providing for storm water management plans and facilities.(Representatives STRUZZI, ARMANINI, CIRESI and others)--Local Government, January 02, 2024 By Rep. FREEMAN

This bill amends the First Class Township Code to authorize such townships to levy a storm water management fee.

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35
24
An Act amending Title 75 (Vehicles) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in rules of the road in general, further providing for additional parking regulations.(Representatives MALONEY, CONKLIN, HEFFLEY and others)--Tourism & Economic And Recreational Development, May 24, 2023 By Rep. DALEY

This bill amends Title 75 to allow for the creation of certain types of bike lanes and pedestrian plazas.

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43
32
An Act amending Title 23 (Domestic Relations) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in child protective services, further providing for definitions.(Representatives MAJOR, ZIMMERMAN, AND JOZWIAK)--Children & Youth, October 17, 2023 By Rep. BULLOCK

This bill amends Title 23 providing for definitions.

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104
89
An Act amending Title 35 (Health and Safety) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in 911 emergency communication services, further providing for telecommunications management.(Representatives SCHMITT, HAMM, CIRESI and others)--Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness, May 02, 2023 By Rep. SOLOMON

This bill adds a representative from the PA Career Fire Chiefs Association to the 911 Advisory Board.

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219
2438
An Act amending the act of March 4, 1971 (P.L.6, No.2), known as the Tax Reform Code of 1971, in personal income tax, further providing for definitions and for classes of income.(Representatives ISAACSON, BURGOS, CIRESI and others)--Finance, January 02, 2024 (Amended) By Rep. SAMUELSON

This bill provides a deduction for interest paid on student loan debt.

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223
182
An Act amending the act of July 28, 1988 (P.L.556, No.101), known as the Municipal Waste Planning, Recycling and Waste Reduction Act, in recycling fee, further providing for recycling fee for municipal waste landfills and resource recovery facilities.(Representatives ISAACSON, FREEMAN, NEILSON and others)--Local Government, December 10, 2023 By Rep. FREEMAN

This bill amends the Municipal Waste Planning, Recycling and Waste Reduction Act to increase the recycling fee paid by the operator of each municipal waste landfill and resource recovery facility from $2 per ton to $5 per ton.

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296
252
An Act designating the first Monday in February each year as Emancipation Day in this Commonwealth.(Representatives RABB, BULLOCK, KINSEY and others)--State Government, November 15, 2023 By Rep. CONKLIN

This bill establishes the first Monday of February as "Emancipation Day".

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325
288
An Act amending Title 51 (Military Affairs) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in Department of Military Affairs, providing for burial benefits.(Representatives STAATS, CIRESI, HILL-EVANS and others)--Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness, May 24, 2023 By Rep. SOLOMON

This bill connects families of deceased veterans with their burial benefits.

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335
2576
An Act amending Title 18 (Crimes and Offenses) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in inchoate crimes, further providing for prohibited offensive weapons.(Representatives SANCHEZ, KENYATTA, CIRESI and others)--Judiciary, March 18, 2024 (Amended) By Rep. BRIGGS

This bill bans future sales and purchases of accelerated trigger activators.

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336
2577
An Act amending Title 18 (Crimes and Offenses) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in firearms and other dangerous articles, prohibiting certain assault weapons.(Representatives SANCHEZ, ABNEY, KENYATTA and others)--Judiciary, March 18, 2024 (Amended) By Rep. BRIGGS

This bill bans future assault weapons transactions.

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422
2036
An Act amending the act of June 24, 1976 (P.L.424, No.101), referred to as the Emergency and Law Enforcement Personnel Death Benefits Act, further providing for title of act; and adding provisions relating to coroners.(Representatives HAMM, FLICK, ZIMMERMAN and others)--Labor & Industry, September 27, 2023 (Amended) By Rep. DAWKINS

This bill extends emergency responder dealth benefits to coroners.

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424
391
An Act amending Title 51 (Military Affairs) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in Pennsylvania National Guard, further providing for association group life insurance for Pennsylvania National Guard.(Representatives HAMM, ROWE, LEADBETER and others)--Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness, May 24, 2023 By Rep. SOLOMON

This bill expands eligibility for the Servicemembers' Group Life Insurance program to more Pennsylvania National Guard members.

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462
2164
An Act amending Titles 44 (Law and Justice) and 53 (Municipalities Generally) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, providing for actions by law enforcement; and, in employees, providing for use of force recordkeeping and reporting for law enforcement agencies.(Representatives KINSEY, DAWKINS, SCOTT and others)--Judiciary, October 23, 2023 (Amended) By Rep. BRIGGS

This bill amends Title 44 to ban chokeholds and positional asphyxia by law enforcement.

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497
466
An Act amending Title 75 (Vehicles) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in size, weight and load, further providing for safety requirements for towed vehicles.(Representatives SMITH, ARMANINI, ZIMMERMAN and others)--Transportation, May 23, 2023 By Rep. NEILSON

This bill amends Title 75 to allow for the use of safety cables when towing a vehicle.

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538
511
An Act amending Title 75 (Vehicles) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in rules of the road in general, further providing for prohibiting use of hearing impairment devices.(Representatives MAKO, LEADBETER, ROWE and others)--Transportation, November 15, 2023 By Rep. NEILSON

This bill amends Title 75 to further provide for prohibiting use of hearing impairment devices.

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637
576
An Act amending Title 18 (Crimes and Offenses) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in general provisions relating to offenses involving danger to the person, further providing for definitions.(Representatives SANCHEZ, SCHLOSSBERG, HILL-EVANS and others)--Judiciary, October 23, 2023 By Rep. BRIGGS

This bill amends Title 18 by changing the definition of "serious provocation" to prohibit the use of any LGBTQ+ panic defense.

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750
699
An Act amending Title 18 (Crimes and Offenses) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in wiretapping and electronic surveillance, further providing for exceptions to prohibition of interception and disclosure of communications.(Representatives BONNER, CIRESI, GILLEN and others)--Judiciary, June 05, 2023 By Rep. BRIGGS

This bill amends the Wiretap Act to allow individuals to record the oral communications of a telemarketer for the purpose of enforcing consumer protection law.

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751
700
An Act amending Title 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in sentencing, further providing for sentencing procedure for murder of the first degree.(Representatives BONNER, JOZWIAK, ZIMMERMAN and others)--Judiciary, November 13, 2023 By Rep. BRIGGS

This bill amends Title 41 to require the Commonwealth to provide beyond a reasonable doubt that aggravating circumstances outweigh mitigating circumstances in order to kill a person.

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777
2578
An Act amending Title 18 (Crimes and Offenses) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in firearms and other dangerous articles, further providing for definitions and providing for the offense of sale of firearm or firearm parts without serial numbers and for privately made firearms.(Representatives CEPHAS, KENYATTA, MADDEN and others)--Judiciary, March 18, 2024 (Amended) By Rep. BRIGGS

This bill closes loopholes in the Uniform Firearms Act prohibiting the purchase, sale, and production of untraceable gun parts.

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843
2449
An Act amending Title 35 (Health and Safety) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in emergency management services, providing for counterterrorism planning, preparedness and response; in Emergency Management Assistance Compact, providing for construction; and making repeals.(Representatives D. MILLER, MIHALEK, BENHAM and others)--Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness, January 02, 2024 (Amended) By Rep. SOLOMON

This bill consolidates portion of the Counterterrorism Planning, Preparedness and Response Law.

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847
1019
An Act amending the act of June 3, 1937 (P.L.1333, No.320), known as the Pennsylvania Election Code, in preliminary provisions, further providing for definitions; in voting by qualified absentee electors, further providing for date of application for absentee ballot, for approval of application for absentee ballot, for envelopes for official absentee ballots, for voting by absentee electors and for canvassing of official absentee ballots and mail-in ballots; in voting by qualified mail-in electors, further providing for date of application for mail-in ballot, for envelopes for official mail-in ballots and for voting by mail-in electors; and, in Election Integrity Grant Program, further providing for funding for elections.(Representatives CONKLIN, WAXMAN, AND GREEN)--State Government, April 25, 2023 (Amended) By Rep. CONKLIN

This bill helps counties provide quicker election returns.

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913
901
An Act amending the act of January 19, 1967 (1968 P.L.992, No.442), entitled "An act authorizing the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the local government units thereof to preserve, acquire or hold land for open space uses," further providing for local taxing options.(Representatives SHUSTERMAN, MADDEN, SIEGEL and others)--Local Government, October 23, 2023 By Rep. FREEMAN

This bill extends to counties authorization to levy an open space tax on real property or on the earned income of residents of the county.

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941
2305
An Act amending Title 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in particular rights and immunities, providing for parental firearm liability for minor's negligence or willful misconduct.(Representatives PARKER, SANCHEZ, GIRAL and others)--Judiciary, November 15, 2023 (Amended) By Rep. BRIGGS

This bill provides for joint parental liability for a minor's actions committed with a firearm.

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961
2439
An Act amending Title 68 (Real and Personal Property) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in preliminary provisions, providing for county property contact information list; imposing duties on chief assessors; and providing for penalties.(Representatives SOLOMON, MERSKI, SIEGEL and others)--Local Government, January 02, 2024 (Amended) By Rep. FREEMAN

This bill amends Title 68 to require individuals and businesses to submit basic information to counties when purchasing real property within the county.

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972
2102
An Act amending the act of August 9, 1955 (P.L.323, No.130), known as The County Code, further providing for title of the act; in preliminary provisions, further providing for applicability; in grounds and buildings, further providing for scope of subdivision, for room or building for juvenile offenders waiting trial, for management of houses for detention of juveniles and appointment of board and ex officio members, for annual report and expenses and for appropriation and bond issues; and making editorial changes.(Representatives KAZEEM, DELLOSO, BOROWSKI and others)--Children & Youth, October 05, 2023 (Amended) By Rep. BULLOCK

This bill requires that every county have a board of managers, subject to the Department of Human Services regulations, to oversee the operation of secure juvenile detention facilities to ensure proper oversight.

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976
2157
An Act amending the act of June 3, 1937 (P.L.1333, No.320), known as the Pennsylvania Election Code, in preliminary provisions, further providing for definitions; in qualifications of electors, further providing for qualifications of electors at primaries; in party organization, further providing for only enrolled electors to vote at primaries or hold party offices; in nomination of candidates, further providing for candidates to be nominated and party officers to be elected at primaries and providing for procedure for unenrolled electors to cast primary ballots; in preparation for and conduct of primaries and elections, further providing 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; in voting by qualified absentee electors, further providing for applications for official absentee ballots; in voting by qualified mail-in electors, further providing for applications for official mail-in ballots; in returns of primaries and elections, further providing for computation of returns by county board, certification and issuance of certificates of election; and, in penalties, further providing for election officers refusing to permit elector to vote in proper party at primaries and repealing provisions relating to elector voting ballot of wrong party at primary.(Representatives M. BROWN, FLICK, GUENST and others)--State Government, October 18, 2023 (Amended) By Rep. CONKLIN

This bill provides for open primaries.

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979
2158
An Act amending the act of June 3, 1937 (P.L.1333, No.320), known as the Pennsylvania Election Code, in preliminary provisions, further providing for definitions; in qualifications of electors, further providing for qualifications of electors at primaries; in party organization, further providing for only enrolled electors to vote at primaries or hold party offices; in nomination of candidates, further providing for candidates to be nominated and party officers to be elected at primaries and providing for procedure for unenrolled electors to cast primary ballots; in preparation for and conduct of primaries and elections, further providing 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; in voting by qualified absentee electors, further providing for applications for official absentee ballots; in voting by qualified mail-in electors, further providing for applications for official mail-in ballots; in returns of primaries and elections, further providing for computation of returns by county board, certification and issuance of certificates of election; and, in penalties, further providing for election officers refusing to permit elector to vote in proper party at primaries and repealing provisions relating to elector voting ballot of wrong party at primary.(Representatives SOLOMON, RABB, SAPPEY and others)--State Government, October 18, 2023 (Amended) By Rep. CONKLIN

This bill provides for open primaries.

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983
2403
An Act amending Title 75 (Vehicles) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in driving after imbibing alcohol or utilizing drugs, further providing for definitions, for driving under influence of alcohol or controlled substance and for authorized use not a defense.(Representatives RABB, KAUFER, KRAJEWSKI and others)--Transportation, December 12, 2023 (Amended) By Rep. NEILSON

This bill amends Title 75 to further provide for medical marijuana and driving under the influence of alcohol or controlled substance.

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999
940
An Act amending Titles 18 (Crimes and Offenses), 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure) and 61 (Prisons and Parole) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in authorized disposition of offenders, further providing for sentence for murder, murder of unborn child and murder of law enforcement officer; in arson, criminal mischief and other property destruction, further providing for the offense of arson and related offenses; in jurisdiction of appellate courts, further providing for direct appeals from courts of common pleas; in post-trial matters, further providing for postconviction DNA testing and for disposition and appeal; in sentencing, further providing for sentencing procedure for murder of the first degree; and, in execution procedure and method, repealing provisions relating to issuance of warrant.(Representatives RABB, SMITH-WADE-EL, BURGOS and others)--Judiciary, November 13, 2023 By Rep. BRIGGS

This bill amends Title 18 and 42 to repeal the death penalty in the Commonwealth.

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1091
1134
An Act amending Title 51 (Military Affairs) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in veterans' pensions and benefits, further providing for blind veteran's pension and for amputee and paralyzed veteran's pension.(Representatives D. WILLIAMS, GREGORY, PISCIOTTANO and others)--Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness, May 24, 2023 By Rep. SOLOMON

This bill increases the pension for veterans who are blind, an amputee, or paralyzed as a result of their military service.

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1157
2579
An Act amending Title 18 (Crimes and Offenses) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in firearms and other dangerous articles, further providing for licenses and for Pennsylvania State Police.(Representatives SCOTT, PROBST, GUENST and others)--Judiciary, March 18, 2024 (Amended) By Rep. BRIGGS

This bill reduces the reporting requirements for judges to notify the Pennsylvania State Police from 7 days to between 72 and 96 hours of an adjudication of incompetence, mentally defective, or when a person is involuntarily committed.

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1190
1252
An Act amending Title 18 (Crimes and Offenses) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in general provisions, further providing for definitions; in inchoate crimes, further providing for prohibited offensive weapons; in assault, further providing for discharge of a firearm into an occupied structure; in theft and related offenses, further providing for definitions; in riot, disorderly conduct and related offenses, further providing for prohibiting of paramilitary training; in firearms and other dangerous articles, further providing for definitions, for persons not to possess, use, manufacture, control, sell or transfer firearms, for firearms not to be carried without a license, for prohibited conduct during emergency, providing for 3-D printed firearms and further providing for sale or transfer of firearms, for firearm sales surcharge, for registration of firearms and for licensing of dealers.(Representatives SHUSTERMAN, ISAACSON, CIRESI and others)--Judiciary, March 18, 2024 By Rep. BRIGGS

This bill treats 3D-printed firearms as standard firearms and subjects them to current regulations as well as prohibits the printing of a firearm without a license from the federal government to manufacture firearms.

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1227
1318
A Joint Resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, further providing for exemptions and special provisions.(Representatives SAPPEY, HILL-EVANS, MADDEN and others)--Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness, December 10, 2023 By Rep. SOLOMON

This bill amends the Pennsylvania Constitution to expand eligibility for the Disabled Veterans Real Estate Tax Exemption Program.

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1238
1329
An Act amending the act of March 4, 1971 (P.L.6, No.2), known as the Tax Reform Code of 1971, in manufacturing and investment tax credit, further providing for rural growth funds, for business firms, for tax credit certificates and for claiming the tax credit.(Representatives GREINER, MENTZER, ECKER and others)--Finance, October 05, 2023 By Rep. SAMUELSON

This bill reauthorizes the Rural Jobs and Investments Tax Credit.

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1301
1420
An Act amending the act of December 31, 1965 (P.L.1257, No.511), known as The Local Tax Enabling Act, in local taxes, further providing for delegation of taxing powers and restrictions thereon.(Representatives ZIMMERMAN, ROSSI, GREINER and others)--Local Government, October 23, 2023 By Rep. FREEMAN

This bill clarifies that recreational campgrounds shall be exempt from locally enacted amusement or admissions tax.

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1347
2228
An Act amending the act of April 9, 1929 (P.L.343, No.176), known as The Fiscal Code, establishing the Redevelopment Authority Startup Loan Program and the Redevelopment Authority Startup Fund.(Representatives HOGAN, T. DAVIS, CEPEDA-FREYTIZ and others)--Housing & Community Development, November 13, 2023 (Amended) By Rep. STURLA

This bill establishes the Redevelopment Authority Loan.

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1381
2049
An Act amending Title 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in juvenile matters, further providing for short title and purposes of chapter, for definitions, for scope of chapter, for powers and duties of probation officers, for summary offenses, for inspection of court files and records, for guardian ad litem for child in court proceedings, for transfer from criminal proceedings, for informal adjustment, for taking into custody, for detention of child, for release or delivery to court and for place of detention, providing for confinement in juvenile treatment facilities, further providing for notice and hearing, providing for questioning and interrogating a child, further providing for consent decree, providing for school stability for certain students, further providing for disposition of delinquent child, for limitation on and change in place of commitment and for transfer to criminal proceedings.(Representatives D. MILLER, HARRIS, BULLOCK and others)--Judiciary, October 02, 2023 (Amended) By Rep. BRIGGS

This bill amends Title 42 to modernize and improve how Pennsylvania serves children who become Justice-Involved.

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1399
1567
An Act amending Title 53 (Municipalities Generally) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in employees, providing for visible badges required.(Representatives BULLOCK, GALLOWAY, KINSEY and others)--Judiciary, October 23, 2023 By Rep. BRIGGS

This bill amends Title 53 to require law enforcement officers to have their badge with pertinent identifiable information visible.

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1429
1609
An Act amending the act of March 4, 1971 (P.L.6, No.2), known as the Tax Reform Code of 1971, in neighborhood assistance tax credit, further providing for tax credit and for grant of tax credit.(Representatives ABNEY, ROZZI, KHAN and others)--Finance, October 05, 2023 By Rep. SAMUELSON

This bill expands the Neighborhood Assistance Tax Credit.

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1470
2081
An Act amending Titles 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure) and 61 (Prisons and Parole) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in limitation of time, further providing for six months limitation; in matters affecting government units, further providing for exceptions to sovereign immunity, for limitations on damages and for exceptions to governmental immunity and providing for claims for compensation for wrongful conviction; in general administration, providing for services after wrongful conviction; and, in Pennsylvania Board of Probation and Parole, further providing for powers and duties of department.(Representatives YOUNG, HILL-EVANS, GIRAL and others)--Judiciary, October 04, 2023 (Amended) By Rep. BRIGGS

This bill amends Title 42 to create a process to provide services and compensation to victims of wrongful conviction and imprisonment.

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1519
1734
An Act amending the act of March 10, 1949 (P.L.30, No.14), known as the Public School Code of 1949, in pupils and attendance, further providing for excuses from attending school.(Representatives N. NELSON, PROBST, SANCHEZ and others)--Education, March 18, 2024 By Rep. SCHWEYER

This bill amends the Public School Code to allow students to take three excused absences for mental health reasons without requiring a doctor's note.

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1531
1765
An Act amending Title 44 (Law and Justice) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in law enforcement background investigations and employment information, further providing for maintenance of records and for hiring report; and imposing penalties.(Representatives RABB, SANCHEZ, KRAJEWSKI and others)--Judiciary, October 04, 2023 By Rep. BRIGGS

This bill amends Title 44 to provide transparency and accountability for law enforcement agencies who hire law enforcement officers with past disciplinary actions and imposes a penalty for law enforcement agencies who fail to comply with the reporting requirements under this chapter.

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1542
2415
An Act establishing the Electric School Bus Grant Program and the Electric School Bus Grant Program Fund; providing for duties of the Department of Education; and making an appropriation.(Representatives MARKOSEK, MADDEN, HILL-EVANS and others)--Education, December 13, 2023 (Amended) By Rep. SCHWEYER

This bill establishes the Electric School Bus Grant Program.

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1553
1803
An Act amending the act of March 10, 1949 (P.L.30, No.14), known as the Public School Code of 1949, in duties and powers of boards of school directors, providing for suicide prevention hotline telephone number on student identification card; and, in school safety and security, further providing for school safety and security coordinator.(Representatives DELLOSO, KINSEY, SANCHEZ and others)--Education, March 18, 2024 By Rep. SCHWEYER

This bill requires all Pennsylvania public schools that issue identification cards for students in grades 6-12 to also print a local, state, or federal suicide prevention hotline numbers on those ID cards.

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1565
2051
An Act amending the act of June 23, 1931 (P.L.899, No.299), known as the Public Bathing Law, further providing for title of act and for short title; providing for definitions, for water supply, for certified lifeguards, for swimming pool pesticides, for safety, for public notice, for hygiene, for violations and penalties, for permits, for issuance of permit, for fees, for powers and duties of department, for validity, for construction, for permit revocation or suspension, for public nuisance declaration, for violations and for repeals; and making editorial changes.(Representatives BRIGGS, KINSEY, FRANKEL and others)--Health, October 02, 2023 (Amended) By Rep. FRANKEL

This bill amends the Public Bathing Law to update standards for public safety.

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1588
1868
An Act amending Title 11 (Cities) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, providing for city classification; making a repeal; and making editorial changes.(Representatives JAMES, FREEMAN, SAPPEY and others)--Local Government, October 23, 2023 By Rep. FREEMAN

This bill replaces and repeals the City Classification Law of 1985 to update and simplify the city classification process.

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1593
2103
An Act amending the act of December 19, 1990 (P.L.1372, No.212), known as the Early Intervention Services System Act, further providing for title of the act; in general provisions, further providing for legislative findings for early intervention, for definitions, for State interagency agreement, for other duties of State agencies and for council; in Statewide system for provision of early intervention services, further providing for requirements, for program regulations and standards, for administration by Department of Public Welfare, for administration by Department of Education and for child identification, assessment and tracking system; in miscellaneous provisions, further providing for effective date; and making editorial changes.(Representatives OTTEN, BULLOCK, MADDEN and others)--Children & Youth, October 05, 2023 (Amended) By Rep. BULLOCK

This bill amends the Early Intervention Services System Act.

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1601
1882
An Act amending Title 61 (Prisons and Parole) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, establishing the Identification Upon Reentry Program.(Representatives KINKEAD, KINSEY, HILL-EVANS and others)--Judiciary, October 23, 2023 By Rep. BRIGGS

This bill amends Title 61 to provide people transitioning from incarceration with drivers licenses and work permits prior to reentry.

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1617
1901
An Act amending Title 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in facilities and supplies, further providing for surcharge.(Representatives BRIGGS, PIELLI, MADDEN and others)--Judiciary, October 23, 2023 By Rep. BRIGGS

This bill amends Title 42 to provide funding for Pennsylvania Legal Aid without raising fees.

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1629
2306
An Act amending Title 18 (Crimes and Offenses) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in minors, providing for the offense of access to firearms by minors; and imposing penalties.(Representatives BRIGGS, FRANKEL, SCHLOSSBERG and others)--Judiciary, November 15, 2023 (Amended) By Rep. BRIGGS

This bill protects children by requiring firearm owners to secure their guns when children are likely to gain access to it.

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1641
1925
An Act amending Title 9 (Burial Grounds) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in regulation of cemetery companies, further providing for initial deposits by newly-organized cemetery companies and for registration and filing affidavit of compliance.(Representatives MOUL, FREEMAN, SAPPEY and others)--Local Government, January 02, 2024 By Rep. FREEMAN

This bill amends Title 9 to exempt municipalities from certain deposits and registration requirements for cemetery companies.

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1650
2276
An Act amending Title 35 (Health and Safety) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, providing for substance use treatment and recovery support and for powers and duties of the Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs; and establishing the Lifetime Recovery from Substance Use Grant Program.(Representatives GREGORY, HOHENSTEIN, BERNSTINE and others)--Human Services, November 14, 2023 (Amended) By Rep. KINSEY

This bill amends Title 35 to establish the Lifetime Recovery from Substance Abuse Grant Program within the Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs.

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1657
2317
An Act amending the act of June 13, 2008 (P.L.182, No.27), known as the Clean Indoor Air Act, further providing for title of act, for definitions, for prohibition, for signage, for enforcement, for preemption of local ordinances and for repeal; and making editorial changes.(Representatives FRANKEL, RABB, D. WILLIAMS and others)--Health, December 10, 2023 (Amended) By Rep. FRANKEL

This bill protects Pennsylvania's workers, patrons and clients from secondhand smoke by closing loopholes in the Clean Indoor Air Act.

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1665
1969
An Act amending the act of March 10, 1949 (P.L.30, No.14), known as the Public School Code of 1949, providing for comprehensive school counseling services.(Representatives STEELE, D. MILLER, SANCHEZ and others)--Education, March 18, 2024 By Rep. SCHWEYER

This bill creates the School Counseling Services Act.

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1686
2416
An Act requiring disclosure of mandatory fees by institutions of higher education.(Representatives O'MARA, HANBIDGE, SANCHEZ and others)--Education, December 13, 2023 (Amended) By Rep. SCHWEYER

This bill requires all Institutes of Higher Education in PA to clearly disclose their student fees.

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1690
2277
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 Drug and Alcohol Programs, providing for xylazine awareness education.(Representatives MARCELL, HOGAN, HEFFLEY and others)--Human Services, November 14, 2023 (Amended) By Rep. KINSEY

This bill amends the Administration Code to create a Xylazine education program.

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1708
2020
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, further providing for definitions; in pupils and attendance, providing for educational oversight for students in facilities, further providing for possession of weapons prohibited and providing for school stability for certain students; in safe schools, further providing for definitions and for reporting and establishing the School-Based Diversion Programs Fund; in school security, further providing for powers and duties and providing for limitations on proceedings and arrest; and, in school districts of the first class, repealing provisions relating to placement of certain adjudicated students.(Representatives HILL-EVANS, MIHALEK, MADDEN and others)--Judiciary, October 02, 2023 By Rep. BRIGGS

This bill amends the Public School Code to ensure equitable responses to youth behavior in schools.

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1730
2066
An Act amending the act of February 19, 1980 (P.L.15, No.9), known as the Real Estate Licensing and Registration Act, in application of the act and penalties, further providing for exclusions.(Representatives BRENNAN, HILL-EVANS, SCHLOSSBERG and others)--Local Government, December 10, 2023 By Rep. FREEMAN

This bill amends the Real Estate Licensing and Registration Act to exempt municipalities from registering as a cemetery company.

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1748
2413
An Act providing for the registration of labor brokers; imposing duties on the Department of Labor and Industry and the Secretary of Labor and Industry; establishing the Labor Broker Registration Account; and imposing penalties.(Representatives McNEILL, DALEY, AND KRAJEWSKI)--Labor & Industry, December 13, 2023 (Amended) By Rep. DAWKINS

This bill requires labor brokers to register with the state before conducting business in Pennsylvania.

HOUSE
1762
2146
An Act amending Title 16 (Counties) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, consolidating the act of August 9, 1955 (P.L.323, No.130), known as The County Code; and making repeals.(Representatives FREEMAN, SAPPEY, SMITH-WADE-EL and others)--Local Government, January 02, 2024 By Rep. FREEMAN

This bill consolidates the free-standing County Code into Title 16.

HOUSE
1781
2191
An Act amending Title 75 (Vehicles) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in driving after imbibing alcohol or utilizing drugs, further providing for accelerated rehabilitative disposition and for drug and alcohol assessments.(Representatives KLUNK AND PICKETT)--Judiciary, November 15, 2023 By Rep. BRIGGS

This bill requires an assessment for a person entering ARD or after a conviction for DUI to include recommendations for use of medication assisted treatment in conjunction with behavioral therapies if treatment is clinically appropriate.

HOUSE
1798
2221
An Act designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 8345, on that portion of U.S. Route 22 over Howells Run in Cambria Township, Cambria County, as the Michael G. Tsikalas Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 8344, carrying U.S. Route 22 over Pennsylvania Route 160, also known as New Germany Road, in Cambria Township, Cambria County, as the Charles J. Vizzini Memorial Bridge; and making a repeal.(Representatives BURNS, HILL-EVANS, FREEMAN and others)--Transportation, October 31, 2023 (Amended) By Rep. NEILSON

This bill designates a bridge on portion of U.S. Route 22 over Howells Run in Cambria Township, Cambria County, as the Michael G. Tsikalas Memorial Bridge.

HOUSE
1810
2242
An Act amending Title 65 (Public Officers) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in open meetings, further providing for definitions and for public participation.(Representatives HANBIDGE, HILL-EVANS, MADDEN and others)--Local Government, December 10, 2023 By Rep. FREEMAN

This bill amends the Sunshine Act to allow "persons of interest" to speak at meetings of local government bodies.

HOUSE
1834
2414
An Act amending the act of June 19, 2018 (P.L.229, No.36), known as the Employment First Act, further providing for Employment First Oversight Commission.(Representatives D. MILLER, CUTLER, MADDEN and others)--Labor & Industry, December 13, 2023 (Amended) By Rep. DAWKINS

This bill creates an office of the Executive Director within the Employment First Oversight Commission.

HOUSE
1839
2280
An Act amending Title 71 (State Government) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in merit system employment, further providing for regulations.(Representative CONKLIN)--State Government, December 13, 2023 By Rep. CONKLIN

This bill amends Title 71 to provide extension of temporary regulations.

HOUSE
1861
2339
An Act amending the act of June 27, 2006 (1st Sp.Sess., P.L.1873, No.1), known as the Taxpayer Relief Act, in senior citizens property tax and rent rebate assistance, further providing for definitions.(Representatives CIRESI, SAMUELSON, MADDEN and others)--Finance, January 02, 2024 By Rep. SAMUELSON

This bill increases the Property Tax and Rent Rebate Death Benefit exclusion from $5,000 to $10,000.

HOUSE
1886
2419
An Act providing for the Pennsylvania Promise Pilot Program; prescribing powers and duties of the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency; providing for scholarships for tuition and fees, scholarships for room and board and aid for adult reeducation; and establishing the Pennsylvania Promise Pilot Program Fund.(Representatives HARRIS, HILL-EVANS, SIEGEL and others)--Education, December 13, 2023 (Amended) By Rep. SCHWEYER

This bill establishes the PA Promise Pilot Program Fund.

HOUSE
1896
2395
An Act amending the act of June 27, 2006 (1st Sp.Sess., P.L.1873, No.1), known as the Taxpayer Relief Act, in senior citizens property tax and rent rebate assistance, further providing for filing and payment of claim. Amending the act of August 26, 1971 (P.L.351, No.91), known as the State Lottery Law, in State Lottery, further providing for disposition of funds.(Representatives CEPEDA-FREYTIZ, SAMUELSON, MADDEN and others)--Finance, January 02, 2024 By Rep. SAMUELSON

This bill removes the July 1st restriction and allows Property Tax and Rent Rebate claims to be paid as soon as practicable.

SENATE
45
927
An Act amending the act of October 25, 2012 (P.L.1618, No.197), known as the National Human Trafficking Resource Center Hotline Notification Act, further providing for victim services.(Senators COLLETT, DUSH, PHILLIPS-HILL and others)--Judiciary, December 11, 2023 By Rep. BRIGGS

This bill provides victims of sexual servitude access to relief and services needed for restoration and healing.

SENATE
95
8
An Act amending Title 75 (Vehicles) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in registration of vehicles, further providing for use of farm vehicle plates.(Senators LANGERHOLC, PHILLIPS-HILL, BROOKS and others)--Transportation, June 27, 2023 By Rep. NEILSON

This bill amends Title 75 to further provide for use of farm vehicle plates.

SENATE
96
964
An Act designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 8537, carrying Pennsylvania Route 869 over a tributary of the Little Conemaugh River in Jackson Township, Cambria County, as the Sergeant Vance Stephan Keslar Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 8392, carrying Pennsylvania Route 53 over Bruebaker Run in Dean Township, Cambria County, as the U.S. Army Technical Sergeant Joseph F. Johnston Memorial Bridge; 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; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 45701, carrying Pennsylvania Route 403 over the Conemaugh River between Johnstown City and West Taylor Township, Cambria County, as the Captain Raymond W. Callahan, Jr., Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 8569, carrying State Route 1021 over Glendale Lake in White Township, Cambria County, as the CPL Reid Rex Ross 3 BT 26 Marine Reg. Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 56008, carrying Pennsylvania Route 403 over Stonycreek River in Johnstown City, Cambria County, as the Sgt. John C. Alaimo Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 8444, carrying US Route 219 over Pennsylvania Route 56, also known as Scalp Avenue, in Richland Township, Cambria County, as the PFC Stanley Albert Stys Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 8547, located on State Route 1002, also known as Friend Lea Road, over U.S. Route 219 in Cambria Township, Cambria County, as the PFC Cyril T. Yeckley Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 8654, carrying State Route 3035 over the Little Conemaugh River in East Taylor Township, Cambria County, as the East Taylor Township Veterans Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 43558, carrying U.S. Route 22 over a tributary of Hinckston Run in Jackson Township, Cambria County, as the Officer Matthew Krupa Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 55994, carrying State Route 4002 over California Run in Cambria Township, Cambria County, as the Senior Chief Stanley "Stush" Kubat, Jr., Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 46706, carrying State Route 4001, also known as Iverson Road, over Stevens Run in Blacklick Township, Cambria County, as the PVT Donald D. Marsh Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 19716, carrying State Route 2019 over Mahoning Creek in Bell Township, Jefferson County, as the SP4 Michael Raymond Ishman Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 5550, carrying Woodbury Pike (Pennsylvania Route 36) over Halter Creek, spanning Blair and Freedom Townships, Blair County, as the Pvt. William E. Green Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 41606, carrying State Route 3011, also known as Branch Road, over Spring Creek in College Township, Centre County, as the Petty Officer John W. Coble Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 46159, carrying Pennsylvania Route 36 on Charger Highway, Blair Township, Blair County, as the Marine Lance Corporal Ralph Hammel Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 52767, carrying West High Street (State Route 4031), crossing the Ghost Town Trail, located in Ebensburg Borough, Cambria County, as the Corpsman Charles Doerr, United States Navy, Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 11781, on that portion of State Route 3004 over the West Branch Susquehanna River, Burnside Township, Clearfield County, as the United States Army Sergeant Harold Koller Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 8555, carrying State Route 1007 over Chest Creek on the border of Allegheny Township and East Carroll Township, Cambria County, as the Sergeant Regis H. Driskel Memorial Bridge; designating a portion of Pennsylvania Route 143 in Lynn Township, Lehigh County, from the intersection of Pennsylvania Route 309 to the border of Berks County, as Heroes Highway, in honor of fallen firefighter Marvin Gruber and Assistant Fire Chief Zachary Paris; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 47515, carrying Pennsylvania Route 286 over Blacklegs Creek in Conemaugh Township, Indiana County, as the Captain Robert M. Young Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 8574, carrying State Route 1021 over Clearfield Creek in White Township, Cambria County, as the Charles Owen Jenkins, Jr., Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 45509, carrying U.S. Route 40 over Pennsylvania Route 43 in Redstone Township, Fayette County, as the PFC John Balog Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 47947, carrying State Route 1054 over Indian Creek in Saltlick Township, Fayette County, as the Sgt. Earl D. Barkley Memorial Bridge; designating the section of State Route 403, also known as Cramer Pike, from the intersection with State Route 3041 in West Taylor Township, Cambria County, to the intersection with State Route 8010, Segment 250 (Ramp E) in East Wheatfield Township, Indiana County, as the Captain Harry G. Cramer Memorial Highway; and making repeals.(Senator LANGERHOLC)--Transportation, June 27, 2023 (Amended) By Rep. NEILSON

This bill designates multiple roads and bridges in the Commonwealth.

SENATE
114
1201
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, further providing for firefighter and emergency service training and establishing the Secondary Education Fire Training Pilot Program and the Fire Training Fund.(Senators BROOKS, ARGALL, BREWSTER and others)--Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness, November 13, 2023 (Amended) By Rep. SOLOMON

This bill creates a pilot program for community colleges and universities in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education, to provide interested high school students training in firefighting.

SENATE
115
41
An Act amending the act of July 7, 2008 (P.L.654, No.55), known as the Bituminous Coal Mine Safety Act, in diesel-powered equipment, further providing for schedule of maintenance.(Senators STEFANO, BARTOLOTTA, ROTHMAN and others)--Transportation, June 06, 2023 By Rep. NEILSON

This bill amends the Bituminous Coal Mine Safety Act to provide for schedule of maintenance for diesel-powered equipment.

SENATE
162
1202
An Act amending Title 51 (Military Affairs) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in military educational programs relating to medical officer or health officer incentive program, further providing for definitions, for establishment of program, for program stipend, for additional incentives, for recoupment of incentive payments, for adjustment of stipend amounts and for eligibility; and making editorial changes.(Senators HUTCHINSON, KANE, MASTRIANO and others)--Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness, November 13, 2023 (Amended) By Rep. SOLOMON

This bill modifies definitions and eligibility requirements and revises the stipend payment structure for the Medical or Health Officer Incentive Program of the Pennsylvania National Guard.

SENATE
277
241
An Act amending the act of June 30, 1987 (P.L.163, No.16), known as the Rural Pennsylvania Revitalization Act, in Center for Rural Pennsylvania, further providing for board of directors; and making a repeal.(Senators YAW, STEFANO, BAKER and others)--Agriculture & Rural Affairs, June 21, 2023 By Rep. PASHINSKI

This bill restructures the board of directors for the Center for Rural Pennsylvania.

SENATE
298
990
An Act amending Title 75 (Vehicles) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in equipment standards, further providing for unlawful activities; in other required equipment, further providing for restraint systems; and abrogating regulations.(Senators ROBINSON, LANGERHOLC, BOSCOLA and others)--Transportation, June 30, 2023 (Amended) By Rep. NEILSON

This bill amends Title 75 in equipment standards, further providing for vehicle doors.

SENATE
411
360
An Act amending Title 30 (Fish) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in fishing licenses, further providing for disabled veterans and former prisoners of war and for deployed Pennsylvania National Guard members and repealing provisions relating to reserve component of armed forces members.(Senators PENNYCUICK, BAKER, BARTOLOTTA and others)--Game & Fisheries, November 15, 2023 By Rep. KULIK

This bill amends Title 30 to allow veterans with a service-connected disability rating of one hundred percent to receive a free disabled veteran lifetime fishing license.

SENATE
447
370
An Act amending Title 51 (Military Affairs) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in Department of Military Affairs, establishing the PA VETConnect Program.(Senators MASTRIANO, DUSH, BARTOLOTTA and others)--Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness, November 13, 2023 By Rep. SOLOMON

This bill amends the PA VETConnect Program.

SENATE
466
384
An Act amending the act of May 19, 1995 (P.L.33, No.3), known as the Economic Development Agency, Fiduciary and Lender Environmental Liability Protection Act, further providing for definitions.(Senators BROWN, BARTOLOTTA, PENNYCUICK and others)--Housing & Community Development, June 05, 2023 By Rep. STURLA

This bill extends environmental liability protections to land banks.

SENATE
598
721
An Act amending Title 18 (Crimes and Offenses) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in wiretapping and electronic surveillance, further providing for expiration of chapter.(Senators BAKER, FARRY, SANTARSIERO and others)--Judiciary, October 02, 2023 By Rep. BRIGGS

This bill amends Title 18 in wiretapping and electronic surveillance.

SENATE
709
841
An Act amending Title 34 (Game) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in game or wildlife protection, further providing for the offense of unlawful taking and possession of protected birds and for endangered or threatened species.(Senators BOSCOLA, TARTAGLIONE, DUSH and others)--Game & Fisheries, November 15, 2023 By Rep. KULIK

This bill amends Title 34 to increase the penalty for killing a Bald Eagle or Golden Eagle.

SENATE
740
856
An Act amending the act of May 1, 1933 (P.L.103, No.69), known as The Second Class Township Code, in auditors and accountants, further providing for auditor's compensation.(Senators REGAN, BROOKS, HUTCHINSON and others)--Local Government, December 10, 2023 By Rep. FREEMAN

This bill amends the Second Class Township Code to increase the compensation cap for auditors.

SENATE
784
880
An Act amending Title 53 (Municipalities Generally) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in general provisions relating to home rule and optional plan government, further providing for definitions, providing for appointment of government study commission in distressed municipality and further providing for first meeting of commission, for function and duty of commission, for hearings and public forums, for report of findings and recommendations, for limitation on enactment of ordinance or filing of petition and for limitation on municipal powers.(Senators KEARNEY, HUTCHINSON, DUSH and others)--Local Government, October 23, 2023 By Rep. FREEMAN

This bill permits a distressed municipality that is subject to Act 47 to form a home rule government study commission directly and includes a specific role for the DCED-appointed coordinator in the process.

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PURSUANT TO RULE 71
HOUSE
79
68
An Act amending the act of March 10, 1949 (P.L.30, No.14), known as the Public School Code of 1949, in the State System of Higher Education, further providing for definitions and for powers and duties of councils of trustees.(Representatives OWLETT, STRUZZI, AND HAMM)--Judiciary, July 6, 2023

This bill amends Act 14, known as the Public School Code, in the State System of Higher Education, further providing for definitions and for powers and duties of councils of trustees.

HOUSE
178
1031
An Act amending the act of June 27, 2006 (1st Sp.Sess., P.L.1873, No.1), known as the Taxpayer Relief Act, in preliminary provisions, further providing for definitions; and, in taxation by school districts, further providing for school district tax notices.(Representatives PASHINSKI, HARKINS, SANCHEZ and others)--Finance, June 27, 2023

This bill clarifies the notice for Homestead and Farmstead property tax relief on property tax bills.

HOUSE
731
1091
An Act amending Title 18 (Crimes and Offenses) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in firearms and other dangerous articles, further providing for locking device for firearms; providing for safe storage of firearm when not in use; and imposing penalties.(Representatives PARKER, HOHENSTEIN, RABB and others)--Appropriations, June 29, 2023

This bill provides for locking device for firearms; providing for safe storage of firearm when not in use.

HOUSE
876
852
An Act amending the act of June 13, 1967 (P.L.31, No.21), known as the Human Services Code, in fraud and abuse control, further providing for definitions, for restrictions on provider charges and payments and for venue and limitations on actions.(Representatives CABELL AND GROVE)--Rules, December 13, 2023

This bill provides for charges and payments and for venue and limitations on actions.

HOUSE
962
1299
An Act amending Title 58 (Oil and Gas) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in development, further providing for bonding.(Representatives VITALI, BRENNAN, MADDEN and others)--Environmental Resources & Energy, July 11, 2023

This bill restores DEP/EQB authority to change bonding amounts for conventional wells.

HOUSE
1252
1688
An Act amending the act of June 9, 1936 (Sp.Sess.1, P.L.13, No.4), entitled "An act imposing an emergency State tax on liquor, as herein defined, sold by the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board; providing for the collection and payment of such tax; and imposing duties upon the Department of Revenue and the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board," further providing for emergency tax on liquors and amount of tax and collection.(Representatives BENHAM, MADDEN, SANCHEZ and others)--Rules, October 17, 2023

This bill creates a grant program to provide financial support for municipalities that are in the greatest need of additional public safety measures and violent crime reduction efforts respective of their high concentration of liquor licenses.

HOUSE
1297
1742
An Act amending Title 53 (Municipalities Generally) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in employees, providing for ballistic armor for law enforcement officers.(Representatives A. BROWN, BRENNAN, ROZZI and others)--Rules, October 17, 2023

This bill requires police to wear ballistic body armor for protection during high risk law enforcement activities and provides training.

HOUSE
1303
1429
An Act amending Title 11 (Cities) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in mayor, further providing for execution of laws, powers of sheriff conferred and emergency powers.(Representatives SIEGEL, HILL-EVANS, SCHLOSSBERG and others)--Rules, October 17, 2023

This bill would amend the Third Class City Code to update the emergency powers provisions pertaining to the length of the duration of a declared emergency by the mayor.

HOUSE
27
201
A Resolution designating May 20, 2023, as "Jimmy Stewart Day" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives STRUZZI, ARMANINI, GILLEN and others)--Tourism & Economic And Recreational Development, June 29, 2023

HOUSE
32
272
A Resolution directing the Joint State Government Commission to conduct a study on the current utilization of poll workers, polling places, voting compartments and voting machines to determine the best course of action in order to minimize the time investment required to vote and ensure that the average time required to vote does not promote inequities based on geography, economic status, race, gender or other relevant factors.(Representatives WEBSTER, SCHLOSSBERG, MADDEN and others)--State Government, July 07, 2023

HOUSE
34
274
A Resolution urging the Congress of the United States to make Patriots' Day a Federal holiday.(Representatives HARKINS, MALAGARI, AND MADDEN)--State Government, July 07, 2023

HOUSE
44
1831
A Resolution appointing and empowering the Judiciary Committee to conduct an investigation.(Representatives TWARDZIK, BARTON, STEHR and others)--Judiciary, November 14, 2023

HOUSE
52
742
A Resolution recognizing February 27, 2023, as "Dominican Republic Independence Day" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives BURGOS, GIRAL, MADDEN and others)--Tourism & Economic And Recreational Development, June 29, 2023

HOUSE
55
745
A Resolution recognizing the month of April 2023 as "Donate Life Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives GALLOWAY, KINSEY, SCHLOSSBERG and others)--Health, June 30, 2023

HOUSE
57
747
A Resolution urging the United States Department of Transportation and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to take action and ease regulations relating to commercial driver's licenses and vehicle safety inspections.(Representatives ECKER, KLUNK, SMITH and others)--Transportation, September 26, 2023

HOUSE
64
790
A Resolution recognizing the week of April 16 through 22, 2023, as "National Volunteer Week" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives TWARDZIK, OBERLANDER, KINSEY and others)--State Government, July 07, 2023

HOUSE
73
942
A Resolution directing the Legislative Budget and Finance Committee to study, analyze and report on the relationship between gun violence and the use of social media in Pennsylvania.(Representatives PARKER, HOHENSTEIN, KINSEY and others)--Judiciary, December 12, 2023

HOUSE
74
943
A Resolution designating the week of May 1 through 7, 2023, as "Tardive Dyskinesia Awareness Week" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives SCHLOSSBERG, BOROWSKI, CEPEDA-FREYTIZ and others)--Health, June 30, 2023

HOUSE
79
1294
A Resolution urging the Biden Administration and the Congress of the United States to designate Pennsylvania as a hydrogen hub.(Representatives PISCIOTTANO, MATZIE, MARSHALL and others)--Consumer Protection, Technology & Utilities, July 01, 2023

HOUSE
80
2104
A Resolution directing the Joint State Government Commission to conduct a study and issue a report on the best practices and recommendations for the operation of juvenile detention centers within this Commonwealth.(Representatives KAZEEM, DELLOSO, BOROWSKI and others)--Children & Youth, February 06, 2024

HOUSE
85
1027
A Resolution designating the month of May 2023 as "Fitness Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives ROZZI, MADDEN, HOHENSTEIN and others)--Health, June 30, 2023

HOUSE
92
1082
A Resolution recognizing the week of April 23 through 29, 2023, as "National Infertility Awareness Week" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives MALAGARI, KRUEGER, O'MARA and others)--Health, June 30, 2023

HOUSE
93
1083
A Resolution designating the week of May 14 through 20, 2023, as "Food Allergy Awareness Week" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives CERRATO, MADDEN, HANBIDGE and others)--Health, June 30, 2023

HOUSE
95
1088
A Resolution recognizing the month of May 2023 as "Asian-American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives KIM, KHAN, VENKAT and others)--State Government, July 07, 2023

HOUSE
96
1116
A Resolution recognizing May 2, 2023, as "World Asthma Day" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives MATZIE, VENKAT, SCHLOSSBERG and others)--Health, June 30, 2023

HOUSE
110
1445
A Resolution directing the Legislative Budget and Finance Committee to study and make recommendations on implementing location-based pay for State government employees.(Representatives PIELLI, SANCHEZ, BRENNAN and others)--State Government, July 07, 2023

HOUSE
116
1282
A Resolution designating the month of May 2023 as "Nurses Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives KHAN, KOSIEROWSKI, STEHR and others)--Health, June 30, 2023

HOUSE
128
1355
A Resolution urging the Congress of the United States to pass a constitutional amendment that provides that neither slavery nor involuntary servitude may be imposed as a punishment for a crime.(Representatives KINSEY, KAZEEM, MADDEN and others)--Judiciary, September 26, 2023

HOUSE
135
1421
A Resolution designating the month of May 2023 as "Academic Achievement Month" in Pennsylvania and honoring those who have exemplified academic success in their courses of study.(Representatives KINSEY, KIM, MADDEN and others)--Education, July 11, 2023

HOUSE
136
1422
A Resolution recognizing the week of October 8 through 14, 2023, as "Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Awareness Week" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives KINSEY, HOHENSTEIN, HILL-EVANS and others)--Health, December 12, 2023

HOUSE
137
1423
A Resolution designating the month of October 2023 as "Bullying Prevention Awareness Month" in Pennsylvania to help Pennsylvanians work to recognize bullying, stop bullying and gain the tools needed to appropriately deal with situations involving bullies.(Representatives KINSEY, BULLOCK, HILL-EVANS and others)--Human Services, December 10, 2023

HOUSE
143
2052
A Resolution directing the Joint State Government Commission to conduct a study on the Commonwealth's preparedness to respond to public health emergencies.(Representatives VENKAT, HARKINS, MADDEN and others)--Health, December 12, 2023

HOUSE
155
1637
A Resolution recognizing the month of June 2023 as "National Aphasia Awareness Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives T. DAVIS, KHAN, HILL-EVANS and others)--Health, December 12, 2023

HOUSE
159
1714
A Resolution condemning elected members who believe that the mistreatment of workers, including the elimination of water breaks in high-temperature conditions, is acceptable.(Representatives GIRAL, SMITH-WADE-EL, WAXMAN and others)--Labor & Industry, October 18, 2023

HOUSE
162
1738
A Resolution recognizing the month of June 2023 as "National Immigrant Heritage Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives BELLMON, KHAN, KIM and others)--State Government, October 18, 2023

HOUSE
166
1758
A Resolution designating the month of July 2023 as "Disability Pride Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives HOGAN, BRENNAN, McNEILL and others)--Human Services, October 18, 2023

HOUSE
177
1861
A Resolution recognizing the month of October 2023 as "Rett Syndrome Awareness Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives KINSEY, HILL-EVANS, GREEN and others)--Health, December 12, 2023

HOUSE
187
1934
A Resolution recognizing November 1, 2023, as "Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome Awareness Day" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives KINSEY, HILL-EVANS, KHAN and others)--Health, December 12, 2023

HOUSE
188
1935
A Resolution designating the week of September 10 through 16, 2023, as "Direct Support Professionals Week" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives KINSEY, KRUEGER, MAYES and others)--Human Services, December 10, 2023

HOUSE
190
1937
A Resolution designating September 18, 2023, as "Pitt Hopkins Syndrome Awareness Day" in Pennsylvania to coincide with "International Pitt Hopkins Syndrome Awareness Day."(Representatives KRUEGER, HILL-EVANS, MADDEN and others)--Health, December 12, 2023

HOUSE
195
1953
A Resolution recognizing the month of October 2023 as "Spina Bifida Awareness Month" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives KINSEY, FLICK, MADDEN and others)--Health, December 12, 2023

HOUSE
196
1959
A Resolution designating the week of September 18 through 24, 2023, as "Rail Safety Week" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives MATZIE, MARSHALL, FREEMAN and others)--Consumer Protection, Technology & Utilities, January 02, 2024

HOUSE
198
1967
A Resolution designating the week of September 18 through 24, 2023, as "Diaper Need Awareness Week" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives HILL-EVANS, T. DAVIS, MULLINS and others)--Children & Youth, February 06, 2024

HOUSE
210
2000
A Resolution recognizing November 15, 2023, as "Ohtahara Syndrome Awareness Day" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives KINSEY, MADDEN, HILL-EVANS and others)--Health, December 12, 2023

HOUSE
215
2015
A Resolution recognizing the week of October 8 through 14, 2023, as "Fire Prevention Week„¢" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives MARCELL, HOGAN, BOROWSKI and others)--Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness, December 10, 2023

HOUSE
220
2031
A Resolution recognizing September 25, 2023, as the "Day of Remembrance for Murder Victims" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives KINSEY, CURRY, HOWARD and others)--Judiciary, December 12, 2023

HOUSE
232
2090
A Resolution designating the week of October 6 through 13, 2023, as "Manufacturing Week" in Pennsylvania.(Representatives OBERLANDER, SCHLOSSBERG, SMITH and others)--Finance, February 06, 2024

HOUSE
420
1474
A Resolution urging the Congress of the United States, President of the United States, Attorney General of the United States, Drug Enforcement Administration and Department of Health and Human Services to remove cannabis as a Schedule I controlled substance under the Controlled Substances Act.(Representatives RABB, BURGOS, HILL-EVANS and others)--Judiciary, September 26, 2023