Pennsylvania Bills

sponsored by Keith J. Greiner

Bill Title Introduced Latest Action↓
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 Presented To The Governor
Jun 30 2022
HB 1500 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
An Act amending Title 18 (Crimes and Offenses) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in abortion, further providing for definitions, for medical consultation and judgment and for reporting.
May 19 2021 Removed From Table
Jun 30 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 Pn 3334 Re-Reported As Amended
Jun 30 2022
HB 1671 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
An Act amending Titles 24 (Education) and 71 (State Government) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in administration and miscellaneous provisions, further providing for administrative duties of the Public School Employees' Retirement Board; and, in administration, funds, accounts and general provisions, further providing for administrative duties of the State Employees' Retirement Board.
Jun 22 2021 Laid On The Table
Jun 30 2022
HB 2396 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
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.
Mar 10 2022 Laid On The Table
Jun 30 2022
HB 2420 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
An Act amending the act of May 11, 1889 (P.L.188, No.210), entitled "An act entitled 'An act to establish a board of wardens for the Port of Philadelphia, and for the regulation of pilots and pilotage, and for other purposes,' approved March twenty-ninth, one thousand eight hundred and three, and for regulating the rates of pilotage and number of pilots," further providing for rates of pilotage and computation, for pilotage fees and unit charge and for charges for services.
Mar 16 2022 Presented To The Governor
Jun 30 2022
HB 118 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
An Act providing for the final disposition of fetal remains; and imposing penalties.
Jan 11 2021 Removed From Table
Jun 29 2022
HB 2447 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
An Act providing for divestiture by the State Treasurer, the State Employees' Retirement System, the Public School Employees' Retirement System and the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement System of investments in assets relating to Russia and Belarus.
Mar 23 2022 Re-Referred To Appropriations
Jun 29 2022
HB 385 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
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 classes of income; and making a related repeal.
Feb 03 2021 Re-Referred To Appropriations
Jun 28 2022
HB 2169 (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, establishing the Lifeline Scholarship Program.
Dec 14 2021 Re-Referred To Appropriations
Jun 22 2022
HB 397 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
An Act amending Title 35 (Health and Safety) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in incentives for municipal volunteers of fire companies and nonprofit emergency medical services agencies, further providing for rejection and appeal.
Feb 04 2021 First Consideration
Jun 21 2022
HB 2660 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Joint Resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, further providing for judicial administration.
Jun 07 2022 Re-Committed To Rules
Jun 21 2022
HB 2268 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
An Act amending the act of October 24, 2012 (P.L.1209, No.151), known as the Child Labor Act, further providing for minors serving in volunteer emergency service organizations.
Jan 21 2022 Referred To Veterans Affairs And Emergency Preparedness
Jun 15 2022
HB 2070 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Joint Resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of Pennsylvania, providing for executive orders.
Nov 09 2021 Removed From Table
Jun 15 2022
HB 2069 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
A Joint Resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of Pennsylvania, further providing for action on concurrent orders and resolutions.
Nov 09 2021 Removed From Table
Jun 15 2022
HB 2044 (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 the Secretary of the Commonwealth, further providing for powers and duties of the Secretary of the Commonwealth; and, in county boards of elections, further providing for powers and duties of county boards.
Nov 03 2021 Laid On The Table (Pursuant To Senate Rule 9)
Jun 14 2022
HB 2586 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
An Act amending Title 38 (Holidays and Observances) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in veteran recognition, providing for Tuskegee Airmen Commemoration Day.
May 11 2022 Referred To Veterans Affairs And Emergency Preparedness
Jun 14 2022
HB 1741 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
An Act providing for prescribing and dispensing drugs approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration for off-label use to treat coronavirus infections causing respiratory syndrome-related illnesses.
Jul 30 2021 Re-Committed To Appropriations
Jun 14 2022
HB 1560 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
An Act designating a portion of State Route 2038, also known as County Line Road, from Meetinghouse Road to Blair Mill Road in Bucks County as the U.S. Air Force Major James Doherty Memorial Highway; designating a portion of State Route 2038, also known as County Line Road, from Meetinghouse Road to Blair Mill Road in Bucks County as the U.S. Air Force Major James Doherty Memorial Highway; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 35000, on that portion of State Route 2040 in Bentleyville Borough, Washington County, as the Mrs. Madeline Finney Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 19557, on that portion of Pennsylvania Route 36 over the Redbank Creek, Brookville Borough, Jefferson County, as the CPT Raymond Harry "Bud" Hetrick Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 19033, on that portion of northbound State Route 119 over State Route 286 in White Township, Indiana County, as the Specialist Five Timothy Rice Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 39537, on that portion of State Route 1005 over a tributary of Crooked Creek, Rayne Township, Indiana County, as the Sergeant Charles R. Learn Memorial Bridge; designating the portion of State Route 2004, also known as North Broad Street, within the Borough of Lansdale and Hatfield Township, Montgomery County, as the Dr. Frank Erdman Boston Memorial Highway; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 57053, located over Dixon Run at the intersection of State Route 1012 to Pennsylvania Route 403 in Green Township, Indiana County, as the PVT William L. Hadden Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 36020, on that portion on Pennsylvania Route 66, known as Main Street, over the Norfolk Southern Railway, City of Greensburg, Westmoreland County, as the Sergeant Richard Ivory Cullen Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 19231, on that portion of State Route 1014 over the abandoned Conrail Railroad, Green Township, Indiana County, as the Carl E. Keith Memorial Bridge; designating the portion of Pennsylvania Route 309 from the intersection with Pennsylvania Route 29 in Monroe Township, Wyoming County, to the intersection with State Route 1026 in Dallas Township, Luzerne County, as the Kunkle Firefighter Edward L. Nulton, Sr., Memorial Highway; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 41272, on that portion of Pennsylvania Route 286 over Crooked Creek, Rayne Township, Indiana County, as the Sergeant First Class Randy McCaulley Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 45531, carrying Pennsylvania Route 879 over the West Branch Susquehanna River, Lawrence Township, Clearfield County, as the Gerald "Jerry" Confer Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 13321, located on State Route 3021, also known as Geneva Road, over the Conneaut Outlet, Union Township, Crawford County, as the Trooper John W. Marin Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 43235, on that portion of State Route 2012 over Alloway Creek, Mount Joy and Germany Townships, Adams County, as the Michael Dillman Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 8639, carrying State Route 3024, also known as Ragers Hill Road, over State Route 2006, Norfolk Southern Railroad, and the South Fork Branch Little Conemaugh River in Croyle Township, Cambria County, as the PFC Donald E. Hunter, USMC Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 8672, on that portion of State Route 3045 over the South Branch Blacklick Creek, Vintondale Borough, Cambria County, as the John "Sonny" Kuhar, Jr., Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 45635, on that portion of State Route 1036 over Howells Run at Lake Rowena, Ebensburg Borough, Cambria County, as the Ross W. Dixon Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 8604, on that portion of State Route 2014 over U.S. 22, Cambria County, as the Sheriff Bob Kolar, Sr., Memorial Bridge; designating a portion of Pennsylvania Route 322 from the intersection with County Line Lane to the intersection with Pennsylvania Route 117 through Campbelltown in South Londonderry Township, Lebanon County, as the Commissioner William E. Ames Memorial Highway; designating the portion of U.S. Route 19 between Ivory Avenue and Cemetery Lane in Ross Township, Allegheny County, as the Chief Vernon Moses Memorial Highway; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 8360, on that portion of Pennsylvania Route 36 over Clearfield Creek, Ashville Borough, Cambria County, as the Francis and Robert Zerbee Memorial Bridge; designating a portion of Harvey Run Road between State Route 2004 in New Sewickley Township to Pennsylvania Route 65 in Freedom Borough, Beaver County, as the Army Sergeant Joshua James Rimer Memorial Road; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 7890 on that portion of Pennsylvania Route 108 in Worth Township, Butler County, spanning Interstate 79 as the Veterans of Slippery Rock Bridge; designating the interchange of U.S. Route 119 with U.S. Route 422 in White Township, Indiana County, as the Lieutenant Colonel William A. Rush III Memorial Interchange; designating the interchange located on I-279 at Camp Horne Road in Ohio Township, Allegheny County, as the Scott F. Hirsh Memorial Interchange; designating a portion of Pennsylvania Route 104, from the southern border of the Borough of Middleburg to the northern border of the Borough of Middleburg, Snyder County, as the Chief of Police Tony M. Jordan Memorial Highway; designating the interchange of Interstate 276, also known as the Pennsylvania Turnpike, with Pennsylvania Route 611, known as Exit 343, and the Willow Grove Interchange in Upper Moreland Township, Montgomery County, as the Senator Stewart J. Greenleaf Memorial Interchange; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 4142, carrying State Route 1001 over the Dunning Creek in the Borough of Bedford, Bedford County, as the CPL William Glen Imler Memorial Bridge; designating a portion of State Route 2044, also known as Brierly Lane, between Homestead-Duquesne Road and Interboro Avenue in West Mifflin Borough, Allegheny County, as the Regis L. Stephenson Memorial Highway; designating the entire length of State Route 4010 in North Branch Township, Wyoming County, as the Joyce Maureen Steele Memorial Highway; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 12165, carrying Pennsylvania Route 150 over the Bald Eagle Creek, in Bald Eagle Township, Clinton County, as the Colonel Henry Bossert Memorial Bridge; designating a portion of Pennsylvania Route 113 from its intersection with Schoolhouse Road, in Franconia Township, Montgomery County, and State Route 4027, also known as County Line Road, in Souderton Borough, Montgomery County, as the Honorable Robert W. Godshall Memorial Highway; 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; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 56645, carrying State Route 1045, also known as South 4th Street, over Cocalico Creek in the Borough of Denver, Lancaster County, as the John K. Weaver Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 21481, carrying State Route 1051, also known as Main Street, over Little Cocalico Creek in the Borough of Denver, Lancaster County, as the Fichthorn and Marburger Memorial Bridge; designating a portion of State Route 2019, known as Nyes Road, from the intersection of Derry Street to the intersection of Union Deposit Road, in Swatara and Lower Paxton Townships, Dauphin County, as the Glenn A. Martin Memorial Highway; 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; designating a bridge on that portion of State Route 994 over the Blacklog Creek, Cromwell Township, Huntingdon County, as the Lieutenant Joseph O. Stevens Memorial Bridge; designating a portion of State Route 2009, also known as Byberry Road, between State Route 2040, also known as Warminster Road, and State Route 263, also known as Old York Road, in Hatboro Borough, Montgomery County, as the SPC John Kulick Memorial Highway; designating a portion of U.S. Route 11, also known as Main Street, from Segment 200, Offset 0000, to the intersection with Oak Street in Shickshinny Borough, Luzerne County, as the Honorable George C. Hasay Memorial Highway; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 5786, carrying State Route 3013, known as Dunnings Highway, over South Poplar Run, in Greenfield Township, Blair County, as the Bryan T. "Chipper" Chamberlain Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 20703, on State Route 1039, also known as Meredith Street, over Gordan Avenue and Lackawanna Avenue in Carbondale Township, Lackawanna County, as the Joseph Caviston Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified by Bridge Key 19699, on that portion of State Route 2003 over Mahoning Creek in Big Run Borough, Jefferson County, as the SP4 James Wise, Jr., and PFC James Wingert USMC Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 36313, carrying Pennsylvania Route 981, also known as Lloyd Avenue, over Loyalhanna Creek in Latrobe, Westmoreland County, as the Trooper Michael Stewart III Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 11802, carrying State Route 3008 over Clearfield Creek, Beccaria Township, Clearfield County, as the Corporal Cecil J. Snyder Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 41673, carrying Oakridge Drive (State Route 3102) over U.S. 219 in Richland Township, Cambria County, as the Cambria County Vietnam Veterans Memorial Bridge; designating the portion of Interstate 76, also known as the Schuylkill Expressway, from Mile Marker 334.5 to Mile Marker 335.5 in Lower Merion Township, Montgomery County, as the Firefighter Thomas Royds Memorial Highway; designating a portion of Pennsylvania Route 72 from Segment 0010/Offset 0000 to Segment 0110/Offset 1330 in Cornwall Borough, Lebanon County, as the William G. Carpenter Highway; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 46159, carrying Pennsylvania Route 36 on Charger Highway, Blair Township, Blair County, as the Corporal Ralph Hammel Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 68510, carrying Pennsylvania Route 271 over Coal Pit Run in Blacklick Township, Cambria County, as The Lazendorfer Brothers Memorial Bridge; designating the portion of State Route 1020, also known as Lawrence Road, between Springhouse Road and Parkway Avenue in Marple Township, Delaware County, as the Richard Paul Memorial Highway; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 68360, carrying State Route 2025, also known as Bristol Road, over U.S. Route 1 in Bensalem Township, Bucks County, as the PFC Robert Joseph Morris Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 67570, carrying State Route 2006, also known as New Falls Road, over the Pennsylvania Turnpike in Bristol Township, Bucks County, as the PFC Hopson Covington Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 7278, carrying State Route 2043, also known as Brownsville Road, over Neshaminy Creek in Lower Southampton Township, Bucks County, as the PFC George Raymond Huntzinger Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 46778, carrying State Route 3012, also known as New Baltimore Road, over Raystown Branch Juniata River in Juniata Township, Bedford County, as the Army Specialist Four Harold Phillip Grasser Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 3937, carrying Pennsylvania Route 26 over Yellow Creek in Everett Borough, Bedford County, as the PFC James E. Williams Memorial Bridge; designating a bridge, identified as Bridge Key 45676, carrying Pennsylvania Route 26 over Bloody Run in Hopewell Township, Bedford County, as the Colonel Joseph M. Stine Memorial Bridge; and designating a portion of Pennsylvania Route 50 in Mount Pleasant Township, Washington County, identified as Segment 210-220, as the Corporal Brady Clemens Paul Memorial Highway; and making related repeals.
Jun 07 2021 Approved By The Governor
Jun 10 2022
HB 2663 (2021-2022 Regular Session)
An Act amending Title 62 (Procurement) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in intergovernmental relations, further providing for cooperative purchase of fire, rescue and ambulance company supplies.
Jun 08 2022 Pn 3219 Referred To Veterans Affairs And Emergency Preparedness
Jun 08 2022

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