HARRISBURG – Speaker of the House Mike Turzai (R-Allegheny) applauded employees from a Pittsburgh supermarket today for making history and becoming the first Pennsylvania store to sell wine since the Prohibition Era due to his privatization measures in Act 39 of 2016.
WHAT: House Speaker Mike Turzai (R-Allegheny), primary sponsor of historic wine privatization legislation, will announce Pennsylvania’s first supermarket to sell wine in Pennsylvania since Prohibition.
HARRISBURG – Speaker of the House Mike Turzai (R-Allegheny) applauded winery owners from across the nation today, as they become the first permit holders able to send wine directly to Pennsylvania consumers’ homes as a part of his privatization measures in Act 39 of 2016.
HARRISBURG – Speaker of the House Mike Turzai (R-Allegheny) has applauded the approval of an initial wave of permits for Pennsylvania grocery stores and other private entities to sell wine as a part of his privatization measures in Act 39 of 2016.
An Act amending Titles 24 (Education), 51 (Military Affairs) and 71 (State Government) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in Title 24, in preliminary provisions, further providing for definitions and construction and providing for references; in retirement membership, contributions and benefits, further providing for mandatory and optional membership, for credited school service, for waiver of adjustments, for creditable nonschool service, for classes of service, for elections, for eligibility points, for eligibility for annuities, for eligibility for refunds, for pickup contributions, for member contributions, for contributions for purchase of credit, for annual compensation limit, for contributions by Commonwealth, for payments by employers, for actuarial cost method, for appropriations by Commonwealth, for return of accumulated deductions, for single life annuity, for disability annuities, for termination of annuities and for payment of benefits; providing for school employees' defined contribution plan; in administrative and miscellaneous provisions, further providing for the Public School Employees' Retirement Board, for administrative duties of board, for health insurance, for advisory and reporting duties, for application and election duties, for duties of employers, for rights and duties of school employees and members, for management of fund and accounts, for Public School Employees' Retirement Fund, for State accumulation account, for annuity reserve account, for State guarantee, for taxation, attachment and assignment of funds, for approval of domestic relations orders, for irrevocable survivor annuitant and for amendment of approved domestic relations orders, providing for irrevocable successor payee, further providing for fraud and adjustment of errors and for payments to school entities by Commonwealth, providing for payments to school entities by Commonwealth commencing with the 2017-2018 school year; and, in health insurance for retired school employees, further providing for definitions; in Title 51, in employment preferences and pensions, further providing for military leaves of absence; in Title 71, in retirement for State employees and officers, further providing for definitions, for preliminary provisions and for membership, credited service, classes of service and eligibility benefits; providing for State Employees' Defined Contribution Plan; further providing for contributions, for benefits and for administration, funds and accounts; and making editorial changes.
An Act amending Title 18 (Crimes and Offenses) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in abortion, further providing for definitions and for medical consultation and judgment, repealing provisions related to spousal notice, further providing for the offense of abortion of unborn child of 24 or more weeks gestational age, providing for dismemberment abortion ban and further providing for reporting.
A Resolution honoring the memory of law enforcement officers who gave their lives in the line of duty in this Commonwealth and recognizing the memorial service in their honor at the Forum Auditorium in the City of Harrisburg May 2, 2016.
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