Pennsylvania Bills

sponsored by Craig T. Staats

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HB 929 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
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.
Mar 16 2021 Removed From Table
Sep 21 2022
HB 117 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
An Act providing for auditor qualifications for the Department of the Auditor General, for new department employees, for current department employees, for employee certification, for forensic audits, for fraud audits and for committee standards.
Jan 11 2021 Re-Committed To Appropriations
Sep 19 2022
HB 1800 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
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.
Sep 20 2021 Removed From Table
Sep 19 2022
HB 1482 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
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.
May 25 2021 Removed From Table
Sep 19 2022
HB 2821 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
An Act designating a portion of Pennsylvania Route 611 from the intersection of Upper Barness Road and K Street (Segment 0040/Offset 2133) to the intersection of Park Road (Segment 0050/Offset 908) in Warrington Township, Bucks County, as the William Bell, Sr., Memorial Highway.
Sep 16 2022 Pn 3473 Referred To Transportation
Sep 16 2022
HB 2828 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
An Act designating the interchange of U.S. Route 322 with State Route 2005 on the border of Hummelstown Borough and Derry Township, Dauphin County, as the Officer Michael L. Henry, Jr., Memorial Interchange.
Sep 14 2022 Pn 3465 Referred To Transportation
Sep 14 2022
HB 2813 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
An Act providing for classroom instruction on sexual orientation and gender identity and for parental notification of student health care services; and establishing cause of action for violation.
Sep 13 2022 Pn 3452 Referred To Education
Sep 13 2022
HB 2272 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Joint Resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, prohibiting the Commonwealth from manufacturing or selling liquor.
Jan 21 2022 Removed From Table
Sep 12 2022
HB 2812 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
An Act amending the act of December 5, 1936 (2nd Sp.Sess., 1937 P.L.2897, No.1), known as the Unemployment Compensation Law, in contributions by employers and employees, further providing for determination of contribution rate and experience rating.
Sep 09 2022 Pn 3447 Referred To Labor And Industry
Sep 09 2022
HB 2794 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
An Act amending Titles 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure) and 61 (Prisons and Parole) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, 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 petition 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.
Sep 01 2022 Pn 3431 Referred To Judiciary
Sep 01 2022
HB 2786 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
An Act designating the portion of State Route 4031, also known as Main Street, between Fifth Avenue and State Route 4048, also known as Seventh Avenue, in Trappe Borough, Montgomery County, as the Trooper Branden T. Sisca Memorial Highway.
Aug 23 2022 Pn 3425 Referred To Transportation
Aug 23 2022
HB 2785 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Joint Resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, providing for elimination of school district property taxes.
Aug 23 2022 Pn 3424 Referred To Finance
Aug 23 2022
HB 2784 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
An Act designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 15552, on that portion of U.S. Route 219 over Elk Creek, Ridgway Borough, Elk County, as the Elk County Vietnam Veterans Memorial Bridge.
Aug 22 2022 Pn 3423 Referred To Transportation
Aug 22 2022
HB 2777 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
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 economics and personal finance course graduation requirement and further providing for economic education and personal financial literacy programs; and abrogating inconsistent regulations.
Jul 13 2022 Pn 3391 Referred To Education
Jul 13 2022
HB 2271 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
An Act amending Title 18 (Crimes and Offenses) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in sexual offenses, further providing for the offense of sexual extortion.
Jan 21 2022 Act No. 75 Of 2022
Jul 11 2022
HB 2464 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
An Act amending the act of November 24, 1998 (P.L.882, No.111), known as the Crime Victims Act, in preliminary provisions, further providing for definitions; in crime victims, further providing for rights, for responsibilities of victims of crime under basic bill of rights, for responsibilities of State and local law enforcement agencies, for responsibilities of prosecutor's office, for responsibilities of department, local correctional facilities and board and for responsibilities of juvenile probation office and providing for legal standing; in administration, further providing for office, for powers and duties of victim advocate and for powers and duties of Office of Victims' Services; in compensation, further providing for persons eligible for compensation, providing for counseling services for victims of sexual abuse and further providing for filing of claims for compensation, for minimum allowable claim, for determination of claims, for emergency awards, for awards and for confidentiality of records; in services, further providing for eligibility of victims; in financial matters, further providing for costs and for costs for offender supervision programs; in enforcement, further providing for subrogation and for revictimization relief; transferring money from the Crime Victim's Compensation Fund; providing for applicability; and making a related repeal.
Mar 29 2022 Act No. 77 Of 2022
Jul 11 2022
HB 1594 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
An Act amending the act of December 17, 1968 (P.L.1224, No.387), known as the Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Law, providing for collection, verification and disclosure of information by online marketplaces to inform consumers.
Jun 10 2021 Act No. 64 Of 2022
Jul 11 2022
HB 1312 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
An Act designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 45676, carrying Pennsylvania Route 26 over Yellow Creek in Hopewell Township, Bedford County, as the PFC James E. Williams Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 55863, carrying Pennsylvania Route 26 over Bloody Run in Everett Borough, Bedford County, as the Colonel Joseph M. Stine Memorial Bridge; and designating a portion of Harvey Run Road between State Route 2018 in New Sewickley Township to State Route 1065 in Freedom Borough, Beaver County, as the Army Sergeant Joshua James Rimer Memorial Road; and making related repeals.
Apr 30 2021 Act No. 62 Of 2022
Jul 11 2022
HB 2157 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
An Act amending Title 3 (Agriculture) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, providing for fireworks; and making a related repeal.
Dec 13 2021 Act No. 74 Of 2022
Jul 11 2022
HB 972 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
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.
Apr 05 2021 Vetoed By The Governor
Jul 08 2022

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