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Floor Schedule

The Senate will reconvene on
Mon. Sep 23, 2019 at 1:00PM

The House will reconvene on
Tue. Sep 17, 2019 at 1:00PM

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Senate Committee Schedule
July 23, 2019
  • DEMOCRATIC POLICY COMMITTEE
    Steamfitter Local  Union #449  1517 Woodruff St.  Pittsburgh, PA, 02:00PM
July 24, 2019
  • ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES & ENERGY
    Fitts Auditorium  Univ. of Penn  Law School  3501 Sansom St.  Philadelphia, PA , 11:00AM
July 30, 2019
August 05, 2019
August 15, 2019

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House Committee Schedule
July 23, 2019
  • LIQUOR CONTROL
    The Liberty View   Independence Visitor Center  599 Market Street  Philadelphia, PA , 10:00AM
  • DEMOCRATIC POLICY COMMITTEE
    The Science Center, Quorum  3675 Market Street  Philadelphia, PA, 01:00PM
July 24, 2019
  • AGING & OLDER ADULT SERVICES
    Gwynedd Mercy University  Julia Ball Auditorium   200 University Drive  Gwynedd Valley, PA , 10:00AM
  • DEMOCRATIC POLICY COMMITTEE
    Lower Providence Township Building  100 Parklane Drive  Eagleville, PA , 02:00PM
July 25, 2019
  • DEMOCRATIC POLICY COMMITTEE
    West Goshen Township Building, Public Meeting Room, 1025 Paoli Pike, West Chester, PA , 10:00AM

Complete House Schedule

Senator Camera Bartolotta
Senate District 46
Republican (Term Expires: 2022) serving Beaver (part), Greene and Washington (part) Counties.
Representative Dan K. Williams
House District 74
Democrat (Term Expires: 2020) serving Chester (part) County.
Recent Senate Votes

Thursday, June 27, 2019

SB 712 PN 1085, CONCUR IN HOUSE AMENDMENTS
29 YEAS
21 NAYS
SB 695 PN 1084, CONCUR IN HOUSE AMENDMENTS
49 YEAS
1 NAYS
SB 621 PN 1081, CONCUR IN HOUSE AMENDMENTS
30 YEAS
20 NAYS
SB 48 PN 1080, CONCUR IN HOUSE AMENDMENTS
31 YEAS
19 NAYS
HB 24 PN 1735, FINAL PASSAGE
50 YEAS
0 NAYS
Recent House Votes

Friday, June 28, 2019

HB 262 PN 2266, CONCUR
194 YEAS
3 NAYS
HB 3 PN 2211, CONCUR
197 YEAS
0 NAYS
HB 265 PN 2286, CONCUR
197 YEAS
0 NAYS
HB 265 PN 2241, A02629, DERMODY
197 YEAS
0 NAYS
HB 265 PN 2241, A02629, SUSP RULES, DERMODY
194 YEAS
3 NAYS

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