LEGISLATIVE UPDATE
Bill Status Report
12-14-2017 - 16:29:03


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HB 12   Kampf, Warren
Amends Titles 24 (Education), 51 (Military Affairs) and 71 (State Government), revising pension provisions, for school employees & State employees & officers, of employees' defined contribution plan, & in military leave of absence.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 1351) Amends Titles 24 (Education), 51 (Military Affairs) and 71 (State Government), extensively revising pension provisions in Title 24: for retirement for school employees, in the areas of preliminary provisions, of membership, contributions and benefits, of school employees' defined contribution plan and of administration and miscellaneous provisions; and for health insurance for retired school employees, in the areas of preliminary provisions and of miscellaneous provisions. In Title 51: for employment preferences and pensions, in the area of military leave of absence. In Title 71: for retirement for State employees and officers, in the areas of preliminary provisions, of membership, credited service, classes of service and eligibility for benefits, of State employees' defined contribution plan, of contributions, of benefits, and of administration, funds, accounts, general provisions. Providing, as to the revisions: for construction and administration, for applicability and for liability. The stated intent is to implement a defined contribution plan for new hires to the state and school district payrolls including a four percent employer match and a mandatory employee contribution. Effective immediately.
Printer Number(s): P1351 
Bill History: 04-12-17 H Filed
04-12-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House State Government

HB 18   Mackenzie, Ryan
Amends the Workers' Compensation Act, in liability and compensation, further providing for prescription drugs and the treatment of work-related injuries; and, in procedure, further providing for peer review.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 2014) Amends the Workers' Compensation Act, in liability and compensation, requiring the Department of Labor and Industry to select a prescription drug formulary for resolving issues related to drugs prescribed for or related to the treatment of work-related injuries, and establishes a process for the department to annually review updates issued by the formulary publisher to the selected formulary and enforce such a formulary. Further provides for utilization review. Effective in 60 days. (Prior Printer Number: 463) HB 18 - (PN 463) Amends the Workers' Compensation Act, in liability and compensation, requiring the Department of Labor and Industry to select a prescription drug formulary for resolving issues related to drugs prescribed for or related to the treatment of work-related injuries, and establishes a process to continually update and enforce such a formulary. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P0463  P2014 
Bill History: 06-21-17 H Reported with request to re-refer to House ...House Human Services
06-21-17 H Rereferred to House Rules
11-09-17 H Discussed during public hearing House Republican Policy Committee

HB 26   White, Martina
Amends Title 75 (Vehicles), in registration of vehicles, further providing for special registration plates.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 2010) Amends Title 75 (Vehicles), in registration of vehicles, further providing for special registration plates adding that plates may be used on motorcycles and allowing for the plate to bear the name of the group or an abbreviation of the group name as desired by the organization. Effective in 120 days. (Prior Printer Number: 1142) HB 26 - (PN 1142) Amends Title 75 (Vehicles), in registration of vehicles, further providing for special registration plates adding that plates may be used on motorcycles and allowing for the plate to bear the name of a portion of the group. Effective in 120 days.
Position: Support
Printer Number(s): P1142  P2010 
Bill History: 06-27-17 H Third consideration
06-27-17 H Final Passage (Vote: Y:197/N: 0)
07-06-17 S Received in the Senate and referred to Senate Transportation

HB 27   White, Martina
Amends Title 44 (Law & Justice) adding provisions for law enforcement activities by providing for release of law enforcement officer information when firearm discharged or use of force.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 350) Amends Title 44 (Law and Justice) adding a chapter providing for law enforcement activities by providing for release of law enforcement officer information when a firearm is discharged or use of force. Except as provided, if an official investigation has been initiated into the discharge of a firearm or use of force by a law enforcement officer during the performance of the law enforcement officer's official duties that results in death or serious bodily injury of an individual, the name and identifying information of the law enforcement officer may not be released to the public. Effective in 60 days.
Position: Support
Printer Number(s): P0350 
Bill History: 05-09-17 S First consideration
06-19-17 S Set on the Senate Calendar
06-19-17 S Laid on the table (Pursuant to Senate Rule 9)

HB 28   White, Martina
Amends Titles 42 (Judiciary) & 53 (Municipalities Generally), in matters affecting government units, providing for exceptions to governmental immunity related to unauthorized aliens; for restriction on municipal regulation.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 2006) Amends Titles 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure) and 53 (Municipalities Generally), in matters affecting government units, providing for exceptions to governmental immunity related to unauthorized aliens; and, in preemptions, providing for restriction on municipal regulation of official and employee communications relating to immigration status. Title 42 is amended to provide that a sanctuary municipality shall be liable for damages on account of an injury to a person or property as a result of criminal activity by an unauthorized alien if certain conditions are satisfied. Title 53 is amended by adding a section providing a restriction on municipal regulation of official and employee communications relating to immigration status by stipulating that the governing body of a municipality may not adopt an ordinance, regulation or plan or take any other action that limits or prohibits a public official, employee or law enforcement officer of the municipality from communicating or cooperating with an appropriate public official, employee or law enforcement officer of the federal government concerning the immigration status of an individual in Pennsylvania. The bill provides for reports to the commonwealth regarding the number of reports made and for the duties of the Department of Community and Economic Development. Effective in 60 days. (Prior Printer Number: 1213) HB 28 - (PN 1213) Amends Titles 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure) and 53 (Municipalities Generally), in matters affecting government units, providing for exceptions to governmental immunity related to unauthorized aliens; and, in preemptions, providing for restriction on municipal regulation of official and employee communications relating to immigration status. Title 42 is amended to provide that a sanctuary municipality shall be liable for damages on account of an injury to a person or property as a result of criminal activity by an unauthorized alien if certain conditions are satisfied. Title 53 is amended by adding a section providing a restriction on municipal regulation of official and employee communications relating to immigration status by stipulating that the governing body of a municipality may not adopt an ordinance, regulation or plan or take any other action that limits or prohibits a public official, employee or law enforcement officer of the municipality from communicating or cooperating with an appropriate public official, employee or law enforcement officer of the Federal government concerning the immigration status of an individual in this Commonwealth. The bill provides for reports to the commonwealth regarding the number of reports made. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P1213  P2006 
Bill History: 10-24-17 H Removed from the table
10-24-17 H Laid on the table
01-02-18 H Set on the Tabled Calendar

HB 31   Costa, Dom
Act providing for the PA Officer Down Advisory; authorizing and directing the PA State Police to establish and maintain the PA Officer Down Advisory; assessing costs; and providing for immunity and penalties.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 38) The Pennsylvania Officer Down Advisory Act provides for the PA Officer Down Advisory to assist, through prompt notification to the general public and appropriate law enforcement authorities, in the apprehension of those suspected of killing or seriously injuring law enforcement officers. Establishes a civil penalty of not more than $5,000 for misuse of the Advisory, and adds a $25 charge assessed against each person convicted of offenses in the Act to maintain the Advisory. Provides immunity for good faith conduct in accordance with the Act. Effective in 30 days.
Printer Number(s): P0038 
Bill History: 02-07-17 H Third consideration
02-07-17 H Final Passage (Vote: Y:200/N: 0)
02-15-17 S Received in the Senate and referred to Senate Law and Justice

HB 50   Metcalfe, Daryl
Act providing that employment shall not be conditional upon membership or nonmembership in, nor upon the payment or nonpayment of money to, a labor organization; and providing for penalties and relief.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 1604) The Freedom of Employment Act prohibits employment from being conditional upon membership or non-membership in a labor organization. Compulsory dues would be prohibited for non-union members and would apply to both public and private sector employees. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P1604 
Bill History: 04-25-17 H Filed
05-01-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House State Government
06-20-17 H Press conference held

HB 51   Rapp, Kathy
Amends the Administrative Code, in powers & duties of Dept. of Labor & Industry, its departmental administrative & advisory boards & officers, further providing for fair share fee and payroll deduction.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 1605) Amends the Administrative Code prohibiting labor organizations from collecting compulsory union dues from non-union public school employees. Effective immediately.
Printer Number(s): P1605 
Bill History: 04-25-17 H Filed
05-01-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Labor and Industry
06-20-17 H Press conference held

HB 52   Keller, Fred
Amends the Administrative Code, in powers & duties of Dept. of Labor & Industry, its administrative & advisory boards, eliminating authority for the fair share fee; & relieving certain organizations of certain duties & obligations.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 1606) Amends the Administrative Code prohibiting labor organizations from collecting compulsory union dues from non-union state employees. Effective immediately.
Printer Number(s): P1606 
Bill History: 04-25-17 H Filed
05-01-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Labor and Industry
06-20-17 H Press conference held

HB 53   Bloom, Stephen
Act relieving certain employee organizations of certain duties and obligations; and making a related repeal.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 1607) The Collective Bargaining Agreement Limitation Act provides no collective bargaining agreement made after the effective date by any political subdivision nor any extension of an existing collective bargaining agreement may require payment of a fair share fee to the exclusive representative of a nonmember of the exclusive representative. Repeals the Public Employee Fair Share Law. Effective immediately.
Printer Number(s): P1607 
Bill History: 04-25-17 H Filed
05-01-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House State Government
06-20-17 H Press conference held

HB 55   Kauffman, Rob
Amends the Public Employe Relations Act, further providing for definitions; in employee rights, further providing for lawful acts; and making an editorial change.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 1609) Amends the Public Employee Relations Act to permit public employees to opt out of their union membership at any time during their contract. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P1609 
Bill History: 04-25-17 H Filed
05-01-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Labor and Industry
06-20-17 H Press conference held

HB 90   Zimmerman, David
Amends Title 18 (Crimes & Offenses), in assault, further providing for ethnic intimidation.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 73) Amends Title 18 (Crimes & Offenses) to add emergency medical services providers as protected classes under ethnic and identity intimidation. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P0073 
Bill History: 01-23-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Judiciary
04-04-17 H Meeting set for 10:00 a.m., Room 140 Main C...House Judiciary
04-04-17 H Passed over in committee House Judiciary

HB 94   Driscoll, Michael
Amends the Tax Reform Code, in realty transfer tax, further providing for excluded transactions.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 76) Amends the Tax Reform Code, in realty transfer tax, to add a transfer of real estate from the surviving spouse or minor child of a qualifying person under the act to the list of excluded transactions. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P0076 
Bill History: 01-11-17 H Filed
01-23-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Finance

HB 103   Neuman, Brandon
Act designating a bridge on that portion of State Route 980 over the Chartiers Creek in Canonsburg Borough, Washington County, as the Officer Scott L. Bashioum Memorial Bridge.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 81) Act designating a bridge on that portion of State Route 980 over the Chartiers Creek in Canonsburg Borough, Washington County, as the Officer Scott L. Bashioum Memorial Bridge. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P0081 
Bill History: 10-05-17 G In the hands of the Governor
10-11-17 G Approved by the Governor (Act: 34 )
12-10-17 G Earliest effective date

HB 142   Moul, Dan
Amends Title 18 (Crimes and Offenses) in wiretapping and electronic surveillance, further providing for exceptions to prohibition of interception and disclosure of communications.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 106) Amends Title 18 (Crimes and Offenses), in wiretapping and electronic surveillance, further providing for exceptions to prohibition of interception and disclosure of communications by expanding the definition of "law enforcement officer" to include a sheriff or deputy sheriff who holds a current certificate under the Sheriff and Deputy Sheriff Education and Training Act. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P0106 
Bill History: 01-18-17 H Filed
01-23-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Judiciary

HB 158   Burns, Frank
Amends Title 18 (Crimes and Offenses), in assault, further providing for the offense of ethnic intimidation.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 122) Amends Title 18 (Crimes and Offenses), in assault, further providing for the offense of ethnic intimidation by adding employment as a law officer to the scope. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P0122 
Bill History: 01-19-17 H Filed
01-23-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Judiciary

HB 175   Klunk, Kate
Amends Title 53 (Municipalities Generally), in municipal police education and training, further providing for powers and duties of commission and establishing the Police Department Grant Program; and making a related repeal.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 1177) Amends Title 53 (Municipalities Generally) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in municipal police education and training, further providing for powers and duties of commission and establishing the Police Department Grant Program; and making a related repeal. The bill establishes minimum standards for training police officers on domestic violence. The Pennsylvania State Police and county sheriff's offices shall be eligible for a grant for domestic violence training in order to fund the training required under section 2164(17). 53 Pa.C.S. 2172 effective immediately and the remainder effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P1177 
Bill History: 03-29-17 H Filed
03-30-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Judiciary

HB 216   Kampf, Warren
Amends the Private Detective Act further providing for definitions and for application of act.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 180) Amends the Private Detective Act clarifying that computer forensic examiners do not need to be licensed as private detectives to operate in the Commonwealth. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P0180 
Bill History: 01-24-17 H Filed
01-25-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Judiciary

HB 249   Jozwiak, Barry
Amends Title 18 (Crimes & Offenses), in assault, further providing for the offense of assault of law enforcement officer.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 210) Amends Title 18 (Crimes and Offenses), in assault, further providing for assault of law enforcement officer in the first degree by adding language to include the person attempting to cause or intentionally or knowingly cause bodily injury by discharging a firearm or serious bodily injury by use of a deadly weapon as defined in section 2301. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P0210 
Bill History: 01-26-17 H Filed
01-31-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Judiciary

HB 359   English, Hal
Amends Title 34 (Game), in enforcement, for powers & duties of enforcement officers & suspension of privileges; in hunting & furtaking, for killing game of wildlife by mistake; in licenses, for period of revocation.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 377) Amends Title 34 (Game) further providing for killing game or wildlife by mistake by allowing hunters that turn themselves into the Game Commission and surrender the animal they mistakenly took to not face a hunting license revocation as part of their penalty. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P0377  P2822 
Bill History: 12-13-17 S Reported as amended Senate Game and Fisheries
12-13-17 S First consideration
01-02-18 S Set on the Senate Calendar

HB 360   Jozwiak, Barry
Amends Title 53 (Municipalities Generally) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in employees, further providing for commission members.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 378) Amends Title 53 (Municipalities Generally), in employees, further providing for commission members by placing an appointed member of the State Fraternal Order of Police Lodge on the Municipal Police Officers Education and Training Commission in place of the FBI Special-Agent-In-Charge appointee. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P0378 
Bill History: 04-05-17 H Third consideration
04-05-17 H Final Passage (Vote: Y:191/N: 0)
04-06-17 S Received in the Senate and referred to Senate Law and Justice

HB 418   Gabler, Matt
Act providing for transparency in public employment collective bargaining.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 434) The Public Employment Collective Bargaining Act requires public employers to provide notice to the public prior to accepting a proposed collective bargaining agreement as a contract including: (1) A statement of the terms of the proposed collective bargaining agreement and (2) An estimate of the costs to the public employer associated with the proposed collective bargaining agreement. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P0434 
Bill History: 02-08-17 H Filed
02-10-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Labor and Industry

HB 421   Gabler, Matt
Amends Title 75 (Vehicles), in registration of vehicles, further providing for special registration plates.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 437) Amends Title 75 (Vehicles) allowing for variations in the display name of an organization applying to the department for a special organization license plate. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P0437 
Bill History: 02-08-17 H Filed
02-10-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Transportation

HB 458   DeLuca, Anthony
Act providing for the termination of law enforcement officers upon testing positive for a controlled substance.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 479) The Law Enforcement Officer Drug Screening Act requires a law enforcement officer who tests positive for a controlled substance to be terminated from his or her employment. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P0479 
Bill History: 02-10-17 H Filed
02-14-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Judiciary

HB 466   Marshall, Jim
Amends Title 42 (Judiciary), in officers serving process and enforcing orders, further providing for power and duties of the sheriff.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 608) Amends Title 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure) adding language granting to sheriffs and deputy sheriffs who have successfully completed the same type of training as municipal police officers the same powers as municipal police officers to make arrests, without warrants for all crimes and offenses including all offenses for all violations to Title 18 (Crimes and Offenses), Title 75 (relating to vehicles) and The Controlled Substance, Drug, Device and Cosmetic Act. Also provides the sheriffs and deputy sheriffs shall also have the same powers, duties, responsibilities and immunities conferred on municipal police officers generally and specifically under various sections of Title 42. Effective immediately.
Printer Number(s): P0608 
Bill History: 05-08-17 H Public hearing held in committee House State Government
06-07-17 H Informational meeting set for 10:00 a.m., R...House State Government
06-07-17 H Informational meeting held House State Government

HB 592   Dush, Cris
Act providing for notice and disclosure of proposed collective bargaining agreements and related documents and for open records.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 638) The Public Employer Collective Bargaining Transparency Act requires a public employer to provide notice prior to signing a proposed collective bargaining agreement that includes the terms of the proposed agreement and the estimate costs to the public employer associated with the proposed agreement. Further provides for the posting of the proposed agreement; and internet access to the approved agreement. Effective in 30 days.
Printer Number(s): P0638 
Bill History: 02-22-17 H Filed
02-24-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House State Government

HB 608   Costa, Dom
Amends the Second Class County Code, in employees' retirement system, further providing for exceptions in favor of employees totally and permanently disabled.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 646) Amends the Second Class County Code, in employees' retirement system, further providing for exceptions in favor of employees totally and permanently disabled by adding that any county employe who is a member of the police force or the fire department or is a county detective, sheriff or deputy sheriff may receive a retirement allowance plus a service increment, if any, in accordance with the provisions of section 1712, if the county employe incurs a permanent mental or physical impairment in the line of duty that renders the county employe unable to perform his or her duties, regardless of age or years of service. Effective immediately.
Printer Number(s): P0646 
Bill History: 02-24-17 H Filed
02-24-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Local Government

HB 623   Murt, Thomas
Amends the Enforcement Officer Disability Benefits Law, further providing for disability benefits.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 660) Amends the Enforcement Officer Disability Benefits Law to include campus police officers employed by a state-owned or related university or college and requires any payments made on account of such officers to be made from their respective institution. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P0660 
Bill History: 02-23-17 H Filed
02-24-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Labor and Industry

HB 741   Stephens, Todd
Amends Titles 18 (Crimes & Offenses) & 42 (Judiciary), in minors, further providing for trafficking drugs to minors & for drug-free school zones; for firearms; for public transportation; for elderly persons & infants; & law enforcement.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 1262) Amends Titles 18 (Crimes and Offenses) and 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure), in other offenses, further providing for drug trafficking sentencing and penalties; in sentencing authority, further providing for sentencing and penalties for trafficking drugs to minors and for drug free zones with exceptions for marijuana and hashish on college campuses; further providing for sentences for offenses committed on public transportation; for sentences for offenses against elderly persons; for sentences for offenses against infant persons; and for sentences for offenses committed while impersonating a law enforcement officer with a mandatory sentence of at least four years when convicted of murder of the third degree, voluntary manslaughter, rape, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, aggravated assault, robbery, or kidnapping in such instances. The bill provides for application of mandatory minimum sentences for certain offenses. Also restores mandatory minimum sentencing provisions relating to violent crimes committed with firearms. Effective in 60 days. (Prior Printer Number: 807) HB 741 - (PN 807) Amends Titles 18 (Crimes and Offenses) and 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure), in other offenses, further providing for drug trafficking sentencing and penalties; in sentencing authority, further providing for sentencing and penalties for trafficking drugs to minors and for drug free zones, further providing for sentences for offenses committed on public transportation, for sentences for offenses against elderly persons, for sentences for offenses against infant persons and for sentences for offenses committed while impersonating a law enforcement officer. The bill provides for application of mandatory minimum sentences for certain offenses. Also restores mandatory minimum sentencing provisions relating to violent crimes committed with firearms. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P0807  P1262 
Bill History: 04-06-17 S Received in the Senate and referred to Senate Judiciary
05-22-17 S Press conference held
05-22-17 S Discussed during joint public hearing Senate Judiciary

HB 768   Murt, Thomas
Amends the Municipal Police Pension Law, providing for the part-time service credit.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 845) Amends the Municipal Police Pension Law, providing for the part-time service credit for police force members who have been a full-time employee for at six months and were previously a member of the police force on a part-time basis. The credit allows the employment record for pension or retirement benefits to be credited with the time spent in part-time service. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P0845 
Bill History: 03-08-17 H Filed
03-09-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Local Government

HB 779   McGinnis, John
Amends Title 71 (State Government), providing for a unified retirement system for employees of the Commonwealth and its political subdivisions and other employers.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 855) Amends Title 71 (State Government), providing for a unified retirement system for employees of the Commonwealth and its political subdivisions and other employers. The unified contribution pension plan allows employees to participate in and to provide retirement income security through a system of defined contributions authorized by the Internal Revenue Service, permitting the employees to obtain the advantages inherent in the plans relative to the income tax treatment of the contributions and disbursements under defined contribution plans. All new state and school employees shall join the newly created, defined contribution pension system. SERS and PSERS would be closed to new members. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P0855 
Bill History: 03-08-17 H Filed
03-09-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House State Government

HB 781   Nesbit, Tedd
Amends Title 42 (Judiciary) extensively revising statutory arbitration; and making editorial changes.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 856) Amends Title 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure), extensively revising statutory arbitration; and making editorial changes. The revised statutory arbitration subchapter's stated general intent is to give parties the opportunity to shape the arbitration process to their own needs, while generally providing a default mechanism if the parties do not have a specific agreement on a particular issue, and protect arbitrators from unwarranted legislation. Effective January 1, 2018.
Printer Number(s): P0856 
Bill History: 03-09-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Judiciary
05-09-17 H Meeting set for 10:00 a.m., Room 205, Ryan ...House Judiciary
05-09-17 H Passed over in committee House Judiciary

HB 822   Saylor, Stanley
Amends The Administrative Code, in powers and duties of the Governor and other constitutional officers, of the executive board and of the Pennsylvania State Police, further providing for Pennsylvania State Police.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 900) Amends the Administrative Code granting the Pennsylvania State Police the duty to establish a fee schedule for services rendered to municipalities having a population in excess of 10,000 or a population density in excess of 160 persons per square mile which rely on the Pennsylvania State Police as the primary police agency. Fees shall not be established for specialized police services available to all municipalities, only for primary police services in municipalities without the protection of an organized police department. The fees shall be paid into the General Fund. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P0900 
Bill History: 03-09-17 H Filed
03-10-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Transportation
05-11-17 H Discussed during public hearing House Transportation

HB 860   Grove, Seth
Amends the Administrative Code, in powers and duties of the Governor and other constitutional officers and of the Executive Board and of the PA State Police, providing for State trooper services contractual program.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 966) Amends the Administrative Code adding a new section establishing the State Trooper Services Contractual Program. Requires a municipality or adjacent municipalities that currently have, or prior to January 1, 2013, had an organized police force or contracted police coverage through a regional or municipal police department and disbanded their police force or eliminated their contracted police services to enter into an agreement with the Pennsylvania State Police for State trooper services and agree to pay for those services. Also requires the commissioner of the State Police to enter into agreements with boroughs and townships for the furnishing of police protection by one or more State troopers on a contractual basis at agreed-upon hours and locations. Provides the moneys paid for the services shall be credited to a restricted account and used for the express purpose of financing the services for which the contract price was paid. Also requires the State Police to promulgate rules and regulations to implement this new section and the contractual agreements authorized by this section. Effective immediately.
Printer Number(s): P0966 
Bill History: 03-16-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Transportation
04-04-17 H Press conference held
05-11-17 H Discussed during public hearing House Transportation

HB 930   Kampf, Warren
Amends Titles 24 (Education), 51 (Military Affairs) & 71 (State Government) extensively revising pension provisions; for health insurance; for boards & offices; for retirement for State employees; for contributions; &for applicability.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 1082) Amends Titles 24 (Education), 51 (Military Affairs) and 71 (State Government), extensively revising pension provisions as follows: In Title 24: (1) for retirement for school employees, in the areas of preliminary provisions, of membership, contributions and benefits, of school employees' defined contribution plan and of administration and miscellaneous provisions; and (2) for health insurance for retired school employees, in the area of preliminary provisions. In Title 51: (1) for employment preferences and pensions, in the area of military leave of absence. In Title 71: (1) for boards and offices, in the area of Independent Fiscal Office; and (2) for retirement for State employees and officers, in the areas of preliminary provisions, of membership, credited service, classes of service and eligibility for benefits, of contributions, of benefits, of State employees' defined contribution plan and of administration, funds, accounts, general provisions. Providing, as to the revisions, for construction and administration, for applicability and for liability. The appointment of the Secretary of Banking and Securities to the membership of the Public School Employees' Retirement Board shall take effect when the first of the two positions currently appointed by the Governor becomes vacant or an incumbent member's term expires. The appointment of the Secretary of Banking and Securities to the membership of the State Employees' Retirement Board and reduction of the number of members appointed by the Governor from six to five shall take effect when the first of the six positions currently appointed by the Governor that is not held by an annuitant becomes vacant or an incumbent member's term expires. The remainder is effective immediately.
Printer Number(s): P1082 
Bill History: 03-22-17 H Filed
03-22-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House State Government

HB 970   Masser, Kurt
Amends Titles 42 (Judiciary) & 75 (Vehicles), in budget & finance, for municipal corporation portion of fines & establishing the Municipal Law Enforcement Accreditation Fund; for speed timing devices; for State & local powers.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 1128) Amends Titles 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure) and 75 (Vehicles), in budget and finance, further providing for municipal corporation portion of fines and establishing the Municipal Law Enforcement Accreditation Fund; in rules of the road in general, further providing for speed timing devices; and, in powers of department and local authorities, further providing for State and local powers. The bill provides for the use of speed timing devices and makes related changes. Effective in 120 days.
Printer Number(s): P1128 
Bill History: 03-23-17 H Filed
03-27-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Judiciary

HB 1051   Cutler, Bryan
Amends Title 71 (State Government), in retirement for State employees and officers, further providing for definitions and for creditable nonstate service.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 1222) Amends Title 71 (State Government), in retirement for State employees and officers, defining "municipal police officer" and further providing for creditable nonstate service by adding service as a municipal police officer within this Commonwealth by a member of the Pennsylvania State Police, the credit for such service not to exceed five years. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P1222 
Bill History: 03-31-17 H Filed
04-03-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House State Government

HB 1058   Sturla, Mike
Amends Title 42 (Judiciary), in budget and finance, further providing for Commonwealth portion of fines, etc.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 1229) Amends Title 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure), in budget and finance, further providing for commonwealth portion of fines, etc,. by establishing only municipalities that provide at least 40 hours per week of local police services through a municipal police department, participation in a regional police department or contracts with other municipal or regional police for police services may receive such revenue. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P1229 
Bill History: 03-31-17 H Filed
04-03-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Judiciary

HB 1072   DiGirolamo, Gene
Amends Titles 24 (Education), 51 (Military Affairs) & 71 (State Government) extensively revising pension provisions: for PSERS & SERS Defined Contribution Plan; for military pensions; for legislative authority; & editorial changes.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 1271) Amends Titles 24 (Education), 51 (Military Affairs) and 71 (State Government), extensively revising pension provisions: for the Public School Employees' Retirement System, in the areas of preliminary provisions, of membership, contributions and benefits, of School Employees' Defined Contribution Plan, of administration and miscellaneous provisions and of health insurance for retired school employees; for military pensions, in the area of military leave of absence; for the State Employees' Retirement System, in the areas of preliminary provisions, of membership, credited service, classes of service and eligibility for benefits, of contributions, of benefits, of State Employees' Defined Contribution Plan, of administration, funds, accounts, general provisions; providing, as to the revisions, for reservation of legislative authority, for construction, for accrued liability, for construction related to Federal law, for immunity from personal liability, for restoration of service credit or a retirement benefit, for recertification of contribution rates, for transfer of assets and for severability; and making editorial changes. Effective immediately.
Printer Number(s): P1271 
Bill History: 04-04-17 H Filed
04-07-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House State Government

HB 1073   Tobash, Mike
Amends Titles 24 (Education), 51 (Military Affairs), & 71 (State Government), extensively revising pension provisions: for PSERS & SERS Defined Contribution Plan, for military pensions, for legislative authority, & making editorial change
 
PLS Summary: (PN 1272) Amends Titles 24 (Education), 51 (Military Affairs) and 71 (State Government), extensively revising pension provisions: for the Public School Employees' Retirement System, in the areas of preliminary provisions, of membership, contributions and benefits, of School Employees' Defined Contribution Plan, of administration and miscellaneous provisions and of health insurance for retired school employees; for military pensions, in the area of military leave of absence; for the State Employees' Retirement System, in the areas of preliminary provisions, of membership, credited service, classes of service and eligibility for benefits, of contributions, of benefits, of State Employees' Defined Contribution Plan, of administration, funds, accounts, general provisions; providing, as to the revisions, for reservation of legislative authority, for construction, for accrued liability, for construction related to Federal law, for immunity from personal liability, for restoration of service credit or a retirement benefit, for recertification of contribution rates, for transfer of assets and for severability; and making editorial changes. Described as a stack hybrid plan with a one percent inflation escalator. Effective immediately.
Printer Number(s): P1272 
Bill History: 04-04-17 H Filed
04-07-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House State Government

HB 1074   Tobash, Mike
Amends Titles 24 (Education), 51 (Military Affairs), & 71 (State Government), extensively revising pension provisions: for PSERS & SERS Defined Contribution Plan, for military pensions, for legislative authority, & making editorial changes.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 1273) Amends Titles 24 (Education), 51 (Military Affairs) and 71 (State Government), extensively revising pension provisions: for the Public School Employees' Retirement System, in the areas of preliminary provisions, of membership, contributions and benefits, of School Employees' Defined Contribution Plan, of administration and miscellaneous provisions and of health insurance for retired school employees; for military pensions, in the area of military leave of absence; for the State Employees' Retirement System, in the areas of preliminary provisions, of membership, credited service, classes of service and eligibility for benefits, of contributions, of benefits, of State Employees' Defined Contribution Plan, of administration, funds, accounts, general provisions; providing, as to the revisions, for reservation of legislative authority, for construction, for accrued liability, for construction related to Federal law, for immunity from personal liability, for restoration of service credit or a retirement benefit, for recertification of contribution rates, for transfer of assets and for severability; and making editorial changes. Described as a stack hybrid plan with a three percent inflation escalator. Effective immediately.
Printer Number(s): P1273 
Bill History: 04-04-17 H Filed
04-07-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House State Government

HB 1100   Neuman, Brandon
Amends Title 23 (Domestic Relations), in protection from abuse, further providing for commencement of proceedings and for hearings.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 1294) Amends Title 23 (Domestic Relations), in protection from abuse, further providing for commencement of proceedings and for hearings by requiring that the petition and orders be served within 24 hours of issuance by the court. Further, a hearing must be held within three business days (decreased from ten). A court is not prevented from extending a temporary order under an additional ex parte proceeding. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P1294 
Bill History: 04-05-17 H Filed
04-07-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Judiciary

HB 1129   Matzie, Robert
Act providing for procedures in police lineups and for powers and duties of the Attorney General.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 1333) The Police Lineup Procedure Act provides for definitions and requires law enforcement agencies to follow the enumerated procedures in the legislation pertaining to lineups. The bill details instructions that are to be given to witnesses prior to observing a lineup and dictates that a written record of the lineup must be taken in accordance with the Act's provisions. The bill gives the duties of investigators and State Police and details fillers and photo lineup and show-up procedures. Further, the bill details show-up procedures and provides remedies for noncompliance. The legislation also places duties on the Office of Attorney General. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P1333 
Bill History: 04-06-17 H Filed
04-10-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Judiciary

HB 1142   Briggs, Tim
Amends the Municipal Pension Plan Funding Standard and Recovery Act, in standards for municipal pension systems, further providing for definitions and providing for special procedures for certain professional service contracts.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 1365) Amends the Municipal Pension Plan Funding Standard and Recovery Act, in standards for municipal pension systems, further providing for definitions and providing for special procedures for certain professional services contracts by requiring the governing body of each municipal pension plan system having less than 100 active members to select the most qualified person to enter into a contract to administer, manage or service the municipal pension plan. The governing body shall announce at two consecutive regularly scheduled public meetings the availability of the contract and post the availability of the contract on the official Internet website of the municipality for at least two weeks. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P1365 
Bill History: 12-11-17 H Laid on the table
12-11-17 H Removed from the table
01-02-18 H Set on the House Calendar

HB 1153   Boback, Karen
Amends Title 30 (Fish) and 34 (Game), in fishing licenses, providing for active duty military and disabled veteran annual fishing license reciprocity; and in hunting & furtaking licenses, for hunting license reciprocity.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 2085) Amends Titles 30 (Fish) and 34 (Game), in fishing licenses, providing for active duty military fishing reciprocity and for disabled veteran annual fishing license reciprocity; and, in hunting and furtaking licenses, providing for active duty military hunting reciprocity and for disabled veteran annual hunting license reciprocity. The bill authorizes the attorney general to enter into reciprocity agreements with other states for mutual recognition of active duty military fishing licenses, disabled veteran annual fishing licenses, active duty military hunting licenses, and disabled veteran annual hunting licenses. The attorney general shall report annually concerning such reciprocity agreements. Effective in 60 days. HB 1153 - (PN 1376) Amends Title 30 (Fish) and 34 (Game), in fishing licenses, providing for active duty military fishing reciprocity; and, in hunting and furtaking licenses, providing for active duty military hunting reciprocity. The bill authorizes the Pennsylvania Attorney General to enter into reciprocal agreements with others states allowing active duty military fishing and hunting licenses issued by the Commonwealth and each state in agreement to be recognized as resident licenses in any state participating in such an agreement. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P1376  P2085 
Bill History: 06-21-17 H Third consideration
06-21-17 H Final Passage (Vote: Y:189/N: 0)
06-22-17 S Received in the Senate and referred to Senate Game and Fisheries

HB 1174   Cutler, Bryan
Amends the Public Employe Relations Act, in public policy, further providing for declaration of intent; for defs.; for maintenance of membership & prohibiting collective bargaining agreements from requiring certain deductions.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 1397) Amends Public Employe Relations Act adding a new section prohibiting any collective bargaining agreement from containing provisions requiring the deductions of political contributions or membership dues deductions from a public employee or a public school employee. This does not preclude a public employer from deducting from the wages of an employee organization member an amount equal to, but not exceeding a fair share fee. A public employer may not deduct political contributions or membership dues from the wages of a public employee or public school employee except as required by a valid collective bargaining agreement. Provides for a definition of "political contribution" and "fair share fee". The prohibition shall not apply to employees of a public employer who are subject to the Policemen and Firemen Collective Bargaining Act and employees of a public employer who are not permitted to strike. The new section takes effect in 30 days and the remainder takes effect immediately.
Printer Number(s): P1397 
Bill History: 11-21-17 H First consideration
11-21-17 H Laid on the table
01-02-18 H Set on the Tabled Calendar

HB 1176   Miller, Daniel
Act providing for a concussion protocol to protect law enforcement officers in Pennsylvania.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 1529) The Law Enforcement Concussion Safety Act establishes a concussion protocol to protect law enforcement officers in Pennsylvania. The Pennsylvania State Police shall develop a concussion protocol which will be used by each police department to protect each law enforcement officer who suffers or may have suffered from a head impact or head injury while on the job. The bill provides for updates to the protocol. Effective immediately.
Printer Number(s): P1529 
Bill History: 05-24-17 H Third consideration
05-24-17 H Final Passage (Vote: Y:190/N: 0)
05-31-17 S Received in the Senate and referred to Senate Law and Justice

HB 1207   Hahn, Marcia
Amends the Lethal Weapons Training Act further providing for definitions; and providing for retired police officer from another jurisdiction.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 1415) Amends the Lethal Weapons Training Act defining "retired police officer from another jurisdiction" and providing that a nondisability retired police officer from another jurisdiction shall be initially certified under the act, and need not meet the training and qualification standards or physical and psychological qualifications, if the nondisability retired police officer was employed as a full-time police officer in another jurisdiction for at least twenty years, retired in good standing and has assumed the duties of a privately employed agent on or before three years from the date of the nondisability retired police officer's employment. A nondisability retired police officer from another jurisdiction shall be required to attend and successfully complete a course of firearms training and qualifications as prescribed by the commissioner. If a nondisability retired police officer from another jurisdiction commences duties as a privately employed agent after three years from the date of retirement, the nondisability retired police officer from another jurisdiction must meet the physical and psychological requirements for certification. A nondisability retired police officer from another jurisdiction initially certified shall not be required to pay the application fee but shall pay the certification fee upon the submission of a completed application provided by the commissioner. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P1415 
Bill History: 04-11-17 H Filed
04-12-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Judiciary

HB 1253   Caltagirone, Thomas
Amends Titles 24 (Education) & 71 (State Government), relating to retirement for school employees and State employees and officers, further providing for management of fund and accounts.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 1505) Amends Titles 24 (Education) & 71 (State Government) removing the current language in section 8521 (h) in Title 24 and section 5931 (h) in Title 71 relating to venture capital, private placement and alternative investments. Inserts new language limiting venture capital investments to not more than two percent of the book value of the total assets of the fund as determined for financial statement purposes as of June 30 next preceding the date of investment. Provides what shall be deemed a venture capital investment and for the factors to be considered by the Boards. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P1505 
Bill History: 04-19-17 H Filed
04-20-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House State Government

HB 1268   Caltagirone, Thomas
Amends the PA Municipal Retirement Law, in general provisions, further providing for defs., for general powers of board, for retirement funds & accounts & for management & investment of fund & interest credits; & for Pension Plan.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 1535) Amends the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement Law, in general provisions, further providing for definitions, for general powers of board, for retirement funds and accounts and for management and investment of fund and interest credits; and providing for Statewide Municipal Police Officers Pension Plan. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P1535 
Bill History: 04-20-17 H Filed
04-24-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Local Government

HB 1405   Bernstine, Aaron (F)
Amends Title 8 (Boroughs and Incorporated Towns), in manufacture and supply of electricity, further providing for specific powers and providing for security deposits, for payment agreements and for restrictions of termination.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 1765) Amends Title 8 (Boroughs and Incorporated Towns), in manufacture and supply of electricity, further providing for specific powers and providing for security deposits, for payment agreements and for restrictions on termination. The bill requires borough electric providers to calculate their rates based on staff costs, repairs, debt service, and other factors with the rate then locked for three months. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P1765 
Bill History: 10-25-17 H Meeting cancelled for 11/15/17 House Local Government
12-06-17 H Hearing set for 9:30 a.m., Room 205, Ryan O...House Local Government
11-15-17 H Meeting cancelled for 12/06/17 House Local Government

HB 1419   Delozier, Sheryl
Amends Title 18 (Crimes & Offenses), in dissemination of criminal history record information, further providing for general regulations & for order for limited access, for clean slate, for use of records; for PSP & AOPC.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 1847) Amends Title 18 (Crimes & Offenses), in dissemination of criminal history record information, further providing for general regulations and for order for limited access, providing for clean slate for convictions of misdemeanors and for charges not leading to convictions, for effects of expunged offenses and offenses provided limited access and for employer immunity from liability and further providing for use of records by licensing agencies; and imposing duties on the Pennsylvania State Police and the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts. The bill is intended to seal from public view low-level, nonviolent criminal records. For nonviolent misdemeanor convictions, sealing would occur after an individual has remained crime-free for 10 years. For non-conviction records, sealing would be done as a matter of course. Section 5 is effective immediately, with the remainder effective in 270 days.
Printer Number(s): P1847 
Bill History: 05-24-17 H Filed
05-25-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Judiciary

HB 1513   Marshall, Jim
Amends Titles 24 (Education) & 71 (State Government), in retirement for school employees, providing for supplemental annuity commencing 2017; and, in retirement for State employees & officers, for supplemental annuity commencing 2017.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 1938) Amends Titles 24 (Education) & 71 (State Government), in retirement for school employees and state employees, establishing a supplemental annuity commencing 2017 for individuals who meet certain criteria. The intent of the legislation is to provide a cost of living adjustment (COLA) for pre-Act 9 retirees who did not receive a portion of their benefit as a lump sum. Funding for the additional liability is to be made over a ten-year period beginning July 1, 2017. Effective immediately.
Printer Number(s): P1938 
Bill History: 06-06-17 H Filed
06-07-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Finance

HB 1606   Wheeland, Jeff
Act providing for public safety facilities.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 2124) The Public Safety Facilities Act provides for public safety facilities. The bill requires notification to be provided to various stakeholders, including members of the governor's cabinet, local elected officials, and labor leaders, when a closure of public safety facility is proposed. After providing notice, the public entity shall gather information, hold public hearings and issue a report. Additional notification is required after that process if the entity proceeds with the closure. "Public safety facility" is defined as a State-owned or State-leased building or structure under the jurisdiction of the Pennsylvania State Police or Department of Corrections, including a barracks or State correctional institution, that for the previous 12 months employs 12 or more full-time individuals who are trained to provide law enforcement, security or care, custody and control of inmates. Effective immediately.
Printer Number(s): P2124 
Bill History: 06-22-17 H Filed
06-22-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House State Government

HB 1619   Miccarelli, Nick
Act imposing a fee on municipalities for services provided by the Pennsylvania State Police; and providing for allocation of funds and for penalties.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 2170) The Pennsylvania State Police Municipal Police Services Act requires a municipality that does not provide local police services shall annually pay a $25 per capita fee for each person residing in the municipality for State Police services. This fee shall be increased annually by the percentage growth in the Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers. Further provides for determination and payment; municipality fees; allocation of fees; and distressed municipalities. Allows the State Police to adopt and use guidelines to implement the provisions of the act. Also provides the Commonwealth reserves the right to offset other payments to a municipality, including liquid fuel tax payments, if a municipality fails to comply with the requirements of the act. Effective immediately.
Printer Number(s): P2170 
Bill History: 06-23-17 H Filed
06-28-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Transportation
10-17-17 H Discussed during public hearing with Subcom...Senate Appropriations
Infrastructure, Environment and Government Operations tions

HB 1623   Knowles, Jerry
Amends the Public Employe Relations Act, in representation, further providing for exclusive representation; and making related repeals.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 2149) Amends the Public Employe Relations Act, in representation, further providing for exclusive representation; and making related repeals. The bill establishes that representatives selected by public employees in a unit appropriate for collective bargaining purposes shall be the exclusive representative of "the unit's members" to bargain on wages, hours, terms and conditions of employment. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P2149 
Bill History: 06-26-17 H Filed
06-26-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House State Government

HB 1738   Marsico, Ron
Amends Title 42 (Judiciary), in commencement of proceedings, further providing for definitions and providing for nonmunicipal police extraterritorial jurisdiction for purposes of municipal police jurisdiction.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 2335) Amends Title 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure), in commencement of proceedings, further providing for definitions and providing for nonmunicipal police extraterritorial jurisdiction for purposes of municipal police jurisdiction. The bill establishes in addition to a power and authority vested by law, a nonmunicipal police officer who is within this Commonwealth, but beyond the territorial limit of the jurisdiction established for the officer's nonmunicipal police department by law, shall have the power and authority to enforce the laws of this Commonwealth or to perform a function of a municipal police officer in the certain circumstances. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P2335 
Bill History: 12-06-17 H Third consideration
12-06-17 H Final Passage (Vote: Y:187/N: 0)
12-08-17 S Received in the Senate and referred to Senate Judiciary

HB 1740   Kinsey, Stephen
Amends Title 44 (Law & Justice), providing for recordings by body-worn cameras.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 2337) Amends Title 44 (Law & Justice), providing for recordings by body-worn cameras. The bill establishes a law enforcement agency that employs law enforcement officers who are outfitted with body-worn camera technology shall develop an official policy relating to recordings by body-worn cameras. A policy shall not conflict with Federal law and shall contain the following elements: information relating to recordings generally, including protocols relating to when a law enforcement officer is permitted to activate or disable a body-worn camera; the retention of recordings; access to and requests for copies of recordings; and deletion and disposal of recordings. Effective in 180 days.
Printer Number(s): P2337 
Bill History: 08-21-17 H Filed
08-24-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Judiciary

HB 1749   Diamond, Russ
Amends the Policemen & Firemen Collective Bargaining Act, for right to collectively bargain, for duty to exert reasonable efforts, for commencement of collective bargaining, for board of arbitration, for notice, for cost & expenses.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 2349) Amends the Policemen and Firemen Collective Bargaining Act for the right to collectively bargain. Adds language requiring the cost of neutral arbitration to be shared equally by both sides. Requires any hearing at which evidence of record is presented by a party or witness under the act shall be open to the public and all documents and evidence of record submitted by any party at the hearing shall be public records subject to the Right-to-Know Law. This shall not apply to a bargaining session conducted between the parties conducted before the hearing or an executive session or other meeting between the arbitrators conducted after the hearing. Requires the determination to contain specific findings of fact and conclusions of law with regard to each of the issues presented to the board by the parties and requires the issues to include a complete, accurate and detailed analysis, based on the evidence presented at the hearing. Also provides for costs and expenses and applicability. Effective immediately.
Position: Opposed
Printer Number(s): P2349 
Bill History: 08-25-17 H Filed
08-30-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Labor and Industry

HB 1778   Dawkins, Jason
Act designating a bridge on that portion of State Route 1005, also known as Castor Avenue, over the Frankford Creek in the City of Philadelphia, as the Officer Gary Frank Skerski Memorial Bridge.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 2405) Act designating a bridge on that portion of State Route 1005, also known as Castor Avenue, over the Frankford Creek in the City of Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, as the Officer Gary Frank Skerski Memorial Bridge. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P2405 
Bill History: 12-13-17 H Signed in the House
12-13-17 G In the hands of the Governor
12-23-17 G Last day for Governor's action

HB 1804   Dawkins, Jason
Amends Title 18 (Crimes & Offenses) providing for mental health evaluations.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 2452) Amends Title 18 (Crimes and Offenses) adding a new chapter requiring law enforcement officers to undergo a mental health evaluation for posttraumatic stress disorder by a licensed mental health professional on a biennial basis and within 30 days of an incident of the use of lethal force during the course of law enforcement duties. Further provides for treatment and desk duty. Effective in two years.
Printer Number(s): P2452 
Bill History: 09-19-17 H Filed
09-21-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Judiciary

HB 1840   Kauffman, Rob
Amends the Workers' Compensation Act, in liability & compensation, further providing for schedule of compensation and for physical examination or expert interview.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 2513) Amends the Workers' Compensation Act allowing employers to request an Impairment Rating Evaluation after an employee has received total disability compensation for a period of 104 weeks. Requires the employee to submit to a medical evaluation which shall be requested by the insurer within 60 days upon the expiration of the 104 weeks to determine the degree of impairment due to compensable injury. Further provides for physical examination or expert interview. Effective immediately.
Printer Number(s): P2513 
Bill History: 09-28-17 H Filed
10-02-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Labor and Industry

HB 1857   Burns, Frank
Amends Titles 18 (Crimes & Offenses) & 75 (Vehicles), in obstructing governmental operations, further providing for the offense of resisting arrest; and, in misc. provisions, providing for the offense of fleeing or attempting to elude officer.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 2565) Amends Titles 18 (Crimes & Offenses) & 75 (Vehicles), in obstructing governmental operations, further providing for the offense of resisting arrest or other law enforcement; and, in miscellaneous provisions, further providing for the offense of fleeing or attempting to elude police officer. The bill establishes a person commits a felony of the first degree if, with the intent of preventing a public servant from effecting a lawful arrest or discharging any other duty, causes serious bodily injury or death to the public servant or anyone else. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P2565 
Bill History: 10-12-17 H Filed
10-12-17 H Introduced and referred to committee on House Judiciary

HCO 92   Burns, Frank
Adds employment as a law enforcement officer to the categories of race, color, religion, and national origin currently protected by our state's hate crime law.
Bill History: 12-06-16 H Filed
01-26-17 H Superseded by - see HB 158

HCO 207   Murt, Thomas
Adds campus police officers employed by state-owned university, community college or state-related college or university into the coverage of the Heart & Lung Act.
Bill History: 12-12-16 H Filed
02-27-17 H Superseded by - see HB 623

HCO 311   Murt, Thomas
Permits a municipal police officer who has been employed full-time for at least 6 months to have the officer's previous part-time employment credited to the record for pension benefit purposes.
Bill History: 12-20-16 H Filed
03-09-17 H Superseded by - see HB 768

HCO 322   Driscoll, Michael
Excludes a surviving spouse or minor children of a first responder, who receive benefits under the Emergency and Law Enforcement Personnel Death Benefit Act, from paying realty transfer tax if home is sold within 5 years.
Bill History: 12-21-16 H Filed
01-25-17 H Superseded by - see HB 94

HCO 367   Costa, Dom
Establishes the Pennsylvania Officer Down Advisory Act to aid in the apprehension of those suspected of causing serious injury or death to a law enforcement officer.
Bill History: 12-22-16 H Filed
01-24-17 H Superseded by - see HB 31

HCO 440   Mullery, Gerald
Includes a PA Game Commission officer in the definition of "enforcement officer" in the State Employees Retirement Code.
Bill History: 01-04-17 H Filed

HCO 546   Grove, Seth
Requires all future requests from municipalities with local police coverage and opt to eliminate it to contract for state police coverage with payments associated with the contract to go directly to cover costs incurred by PSP.
Bill History: 01-06-17 H Filed
03-16-17 H Superseded by - see HB 860

HCO 561   Kampf, Warren
Creates a mandatory Defined Contribution Plan for future state employees and a mandatory DC plan for future school district employees.
Bill History: 01-06-17 H Filed
04-13-17 H Superseded by - see HB 12

HCO 571   Sturla, Mike
Ensures only municipalities that provide at least 40 hours per week of local police coverage can be eligible for a portion of the fine money from vehicle violations issued by the PSP in municipalities that have 3,000 people or less.
Bill History: 01-09-17 H Filed
04-03-17 H Superseded by - see HB 1058

HCO 677   Gillespie, Keith
Seeks to amend the definition of "enforcement officer" in the State Employees Retirement Code to include a Game Commission officer under the employment of the Pennsylvania Game Commission (PGC).
Bill History: 01-11-17 H Filed
02-27-17 H Superseded by - see HB 583

HCO 697   Costa, Dom
Includes suspected child abuse in the mandated training for police officers and the minor judiciary.
Position: Neutral
Bill History: 01-12-17 H Filed
02-03-17 H Superseded by - see HB 310

HCO 715   DeLuca, Anthony
Provides for the termination of law enforcement officers upon their testing positive for a controlled substance.
Bill History: 01-12-17 H Filed
02-14-17 H Superseded by - see HB 458

HCO 718   Murt, Thomas
Establishes a Blue Alert System to notify the public of critical information when a law enforcement officer is killed.
Position: Support
Bill History: 01-12-17 H Filed
03-09-17 H Superseded by - see HB 755

HCO 768   Gabler, Matt
Provides public notice of public employee collective bargaining agreements prior to approval.
Bill History: 01-13-17 H Filed
02-13-17 H Superseded by - see HB 418

HCO 781   Santora, James
Permits full-time municipal police officers employed by full-service police departments to use radar or LIDAR for speed enforcement.
Bill History: 01-13-17 H Filed
04-26-17 H Superseded by - see HB 1290

HCO 826   Jozwiak, Barry
Expands the class of weapons in the definition of assaulting a law enforcement officer to include other deadly weapons to provide additional protection to those who put their lives at risk to protect our community.
Bill History: 01-18-17 H Filed
02-01-17 H Superseded by - see HB 249

HCO 827   Jozwiak, Barry
Changes the composition of MPOETC by removing the gubernatorial appointment of an FBI Agent to the Commission and replacing it with a gubernatorial appointment of a member of the State FOP Lodge.
Bill History: 01-18-17 H Filed
02-07-17 H Superseded by - see HB 360

HCO 851   Heffley, Doyle
Outlines benefit transfer device fraud offenses and grading for unauthorized use of an ACCESS card.
Bill History: 01-19-17 H Filed
03-13-17 H Superseded by - see HB 826

HCO 854   Flynn, Marty
Establishes a criminal penalty for inciting violence against a law enforcement officer.
Bill History: 01-19-17 H Filed
04-24-17 H Superseded by - see HB 1278

HCO1002   Marshall, Jim
Vests sheriffs and deputy sheriffs with the same power to enforce the laws of the Commonwealth as currently possessed by municipal police officers.
Bill History: 01-25-17 H Filed
02-27-17 H Superseded by - see HB 466

HCO1050   White, Martina
Holds any municipality that has deemed themselves as a "sanctuary municipality" liable for damages to persons or property as a result of criminal activity by unauthorized aliens.
Bill History: 01-26-17 H Filed
08-15-17 H Memo has been removed

HCO1062   Masser, Kurt
Authorizes the use of radar as a speed timing device by full-time municipal police officers who are members of a full-service municipal or regional police department and who have successfully completed required training courses.
Bill History: 01-27-17 H Filed
03-27-17 H Superseded by - see HB 970

HCO1082   Dush, Cris
Provides public notice on collective bargaining agreements, before they are approved.
Bill History: 01-27-17 H Filed
02-27-17 H Superseded by - see HB 592

HCO1111   Cutler, Bryan
Ensures political campaign funds are no longer collected through government-provided mechanisms with taxpayer resources.
Bill History: 01-30-17 H Filed
04-13-17 H Superseded by - see HB 1174

HCO1142   White, Martina
Provides that the name and identifying information of a law enforcement officer involved in a discharge of a firearm or use of force during their duties may not be released to the public before the investigation is complete.
Bill History: 02-01-17 H Filed
02-07-17 H Superseded by - see HB 27

HCO1211   White, Martina
Allows all of the organizations under PennDOT's Special Organization Plate Program to create their own motorcycle license, with a portion of the fee earmarked towards their special charitable association.
Bill History: 02-06-17 H Filed
03-28-17 H Superseded by - see HB 26

HCO1225   Grove, Seth
Amends Act 534 by reducing the lifetime benefit to a 3-year benefit from the date of injury.
Bill History: 02-06-17 H Filed
03-28-17 H Superseded by - see HB 998

HCO1249   Costa, Dom
Allows certain employees of a county of the second class to retire early in the event of a permanent mental or physical disability incurred in the line of duty.
Bill History: 02-07-17 H Filed
02-27-17 H Superseded by - see HB 608

HCO1255   Saylor, Stanley
Requires the State Police to establish a fee schedule for police services provided to municipalities with populations of more than 10,000 that do not have their own organized police force.
Bill History: 02-08-17 H Filed
03-13-17 H Superseded by - see HB 822

HCO1256   Sturla, Mike
Requires municipalities relying on Pennsylvania State Police for part-time and full-time coverage to pay a fee for those services.
Bill History: 02-08-17 H Filed
04-24-17 H Superseded by - see HB 959

HCO1257   Caltagirone, Thomas
Amends the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement System law to create a statewide pension system for police officers.
Bill History: 02-08-17 H Filed
04-24-17 H Superseded by - see HB 1268

HCO1275   Cutler, Bryan
Allows State Police officers to purchase up to five years of retirement credit for prior service as a municipal police officer in this Commonwealth.
Bill History: 02-08-17 H Filed
04-03-17 H Superseded by - see HB 1051

HCO1326   McGinnis, John
Provides a defined-contribution plan for all new public sector employees, both state and municipal.
Bill History: 02-14-17 H Filed
03-09-17 H Superseded by - see HB 779

HCO1333   McGinnis, John
Addresses the pension expenses left unpaid over the past 15 years, and which have accumulated to over $70 billion (and nearly $150 billion if we properly discounted the plans' liabilities at the state's cost of debt).
Bill History: 02-14-17 H Filed
03-09-17 H Superseded by - see HB 778

HCO1387   Cox, Jim
Consolidates the Department of Corrections and the Board of Probation and Parole. The combined agency will be called the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.
Bill History: 02-21-17 H Filed
11-30-17 H Memo has been removed

HCO1570   Tobash, Mike
Proposes changes to the pension plans of future State and School District employees of Pennsylvania.
Bill History: 03-10-17 H Filed
08-15-17 H Memo has been removed

HCO1571   Kampf, Warren
Consists of a reduced pension benefit for future hires and a new 401k type benefit that both begin to accrue from the first dollar of salary, is the only type of plan in the last seven (7) years that has ever passed both the S & H.
Bill History: 03-12-17 H Filed
03-22-17 H Superseded by - see HB 930

HCO1643   Greiner, Keith
Reforms municipal pensions by reintroducing a cash balance plan for new hires and reflects the recommendations made by Governor Wolf s Taskforce on Municipal Pensions.
Bill History: 03-21-17 H Filed

HCO1699   Tobash, Mike
Reforms pension plan design affecting retirement plans of future state and school district employees of Pennsylvania using the stacked hybrid concept.
Bill History: 03-27-17 H Filed
04-07-17 H Superseded by - see HB 1073
04-07-17 H Superseded by - see HB 1074

HCO1725   Nelson, Eric
Simplifies state law concerning the transportation of firearms by allowing lawful gun owner to transport a firearm for a lawful purpose as long as it is unloaded and not directly accessible to an occupant in the vehicle.
Bill History: 03-29-17 H Filed

HCO1726   Neuman, Brandon
Requires law enforcement serve PFAs which better protects victims and establishes law enforcement will be involved at the time of service and that the petition be served within 24 hours of issuance and a hearing is heard within 3 business days.
Bill History: 03-29-17 H Filed
04-07-17 H Superseded by - see HB 1099
04-07-17 H Superseded by - see HB 1100

HCO1772   Jozwiak, Barry
Honors the memory of law enforcement officers who gave their lives in the line of duty in the Commonwealth.
Bill History: 04-04-17 H Filed
04-24-17 H Superseded by - see HR 276

HCO1790   Stephens, Todd
Improves firearms background check system in Pennsylvania to become eligible for federal grants established in the NICS Improvement Amendments Act.
Bill History: 04-06-17 H Filed

HCO2187   Diamond, Russ
Reforms Act 111 in manners of arbitration, awards from arbitration, requires evidentiary hearings to be open to the public, prohibits future benefits from being subjects of collective bargaining and makes other reforms.
Bill History: 06-07-17 H Filed
08-30-17 H Superseded by - see HB 1749

HCO2237   Miccarelli, Nick
Imposes a fee on municipalities for services provided by the Pennsylvania State Police, and providing for allocation of funds and for penalties.
Bill History: 06-19-17 H Filed
06-28-17 H Superseded by - see HB 1619

HCO2401   Kauffman, Rob
Prevents significant increases in workers' compensation insurance premiums that employers will experience as the result of the PA Supreme Court ruling invalidating a provision of PA's 1996 Workers' Compensation reforms.
Bill History: 08-17-17 H Filed
10-02-17 H Superseded by - see HB 1840

HCO2486   Taylor, John
Provides that if a police officer has probable cause to believe that a person is trespassing on residential property, the officer has the authority to remove the person from the premises.
Bill History: 09-12-17 H Filed
10-20-17 H Superseded by - see HB 1874

HCO2494   Dawkins, Jason
Requires law enforcement officers in PA to undergo Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder evaluations every other year and within 30 days of an incident of the use of lethal force/
Bill History: 09-13-17 H Filed
09-21-17 H Superseded by - see HB 1804

HCO2579   Burns, Frank
Increasing penalties for people who try to elude law enforcement and in doing so injure or kill a police officer.
Bill History: 10-04-17 H Filed
10-12-17 H Superseded by - see HB 1857

HCO2582   Causer, Martin
Merges the Fish and Boat Commission and the Game Commission into one commission.
Bill History: 10-04-17 H Filed
11-16-17 H Superseded by - see HB 1919

HCO2670   Marsico, Ron
Helps children who are the victims or violent crime, or whose parents have been the victims of homicide or other violent crimes.
Bill History: 11-08-17 H Filed
11-17-17 H Superseded by - see HB 1929

HR 276   Jozwiak, Barry
Resolution honoring the memory of law enforcement officers who gave their lives in the line of duty & recognizing the memorial service in their honor at the PA State Museum in this City of Harrisburg on May 8, 2017.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 1521) 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 Pennsylvania State Museum in the City of Harrisburg on May 8, 2017.
Printer Number(s): P1521 
Bill History: 04-24-17 H Introduced as noncontroversial resolution
04-26-17 H Set on the House Calendar
04-26-17 H Recommitted to House Rules

HR 293   Jozwiak, Barry
Resolution honoring the memory of law enforcement officers who gave their lives in the line of duty & recognizing the memorial service in their honor at the PA State Museum in the City of Harrisburg on May 8, 2017.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 1569) 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 Pennsylvania State Museum in the City of Harrisburg on May 8, 2017.
Printer Number(s): P1569 
Bill History: 04-25-17 H Filed
04-26-17 H Introduced as noncontroversial resolution
04-26-17 H Adopted (Vote: Y:189/N: 0)

SB 1   Corman, Jake
Amends Titles 24 (Education), 51 (Military Affairs) & 71 (State Government), extensively revising pension provisions; providing for defined contribution plan; for health insurance; for military leaves of absence; for retirement.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 902) Amends Titles 24 (Education), 51 (Military Affairs) and 71 (State Government), extensively revising pension provisions as follows: In Title 24: for retirement for school employees, in the areas of preliminary provisions, of membership, contributions and benefits, of school employees' defined contribution plan and of administration and miscellaneous provisions; and for health insurance for retired school employees, in the area of preliminary provisions. In Title 51: for employment preferences and pensions, in the area of military leave of absence. In Title 71: for boards and offices, in the area of Independent Fiscal Office; and for retirement for State employees and officers, in the areas of preliminary provisions, of membership, credited service, classes of service and eligibility for benefits, of contributions, of benefits, of State employees' defined contribution plan and of administration, funds, accounts, general provisions. Providing, as to the revisions: for construction and administration, for applicability, for liability, for member statements and for suspension of provisions of the Public Employee Retirement Study Commission Act. Includes opt-in provisions for current members of both systems. Gives new entries to the state pension system a choice of a full 401K option, a defined-benefit, defined-contribution hybrid option with a low multiplier at a low employee cost, or a defined-benefit, defined-contribution hybrid option with a low multiplier at a higher employee cost. Also allows for retirees over 62 to receive their retirement benefit once vested on a reduced amount based on when they retired. With exceptions for certain appointments the act is effective immediately. (Prior Printer Number: 853) SB 1 - (PN 853) Amends Titles 24 (Education), 51 (Military Affairs) and 71 (State Government), extensively revising pension provisions as follows: In Title 24: for retirement for school employees, in the areas of preliminary provisions, of membership, contributions and benefits, of school employees' defined contribution plan and of administration and miscellaneous provisions; and for health insurance for retired school employees, in the area of preliminary provisions. In Title 51: for employment preferences and pensions, in the area of military leave of absence. In Title 71: for boards and offices, in the area of Independent Fiscal Office; and for retirement for State employees and officers, in the areas of preliminary provisions, of membership, credited service, classes of service and eligibility for benefits, of contributions, of benefits, of State employees' defined contribution plan and of administration, funds, accounts, general provisions. Providing, as to the revisions: for construction and administration, for applicability, for liability, for member statements and for suspension of provisions of the Public Employee Retirement Study Commission Act. Includes opt-in provisions for current members of both systems. With exceptions for certain appointments the act is effective immediately.
Printer Number(s): P0853  P0902 
Bill History: 06-22-17 G Last day for Governor's action
06-12-17 G Approved by the Governor (Act: 5 )
06-12-17 G Earliest effective date

SB 10   Reschenthaler, Guy
Amends Titles 42 (Judiciary) and 53 (Municipalities Generally), in matters affecting government units, further providing for exceptions to governmental immunity; and, in preemptions, providing for municipality of refuge.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 295) Amends Titles 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure) and 53 (Municipalities Generally), in matters affecting government units, further providing for exceptions to governmental immunity; and, in preemptions, providing for municipality of refuge. Title 42 is amended to impose liability on a municipality of refuge. Title 53 is amended adding a section prohibiting the governing body of any municipality from adopting a rule, order, ordinance or policy prohibiting the enforcement of a federal law or a state law pertaining to an immigrant or immigration. Further provides for eligibility; reinstatement and enforcement. Also provides for a definition of "municipality of refuge." Effective in 60 days. (Prior Printer Number: 143, 162) SB 10 - (PN 162) Amends Titles 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure) and 53 (Municipalities Generally), in matters affecting government units, further providing for exceptions to governmental immunity; and, in preemptions, providing for municipality of refuge. Title 42 is amended to impose liability on a municipality of refuge. Title 53 is amended to define what constitutes a municipality of refuge and to deny eligibility to such municipalities to participate in any state grants or state surplus. Also provides for reinstatement. Effective in 60 days. (Prior Printer Number: 143) SB 10 - (PN 143) Amends Titles 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure) and 53 (Municipalities Generally), in matters affecting government units, further providing for exceptions to governmental immunity; and, in preemptions, providing for municipality of refuge. Title 42 is amended to impose liability on a municipality of refuge. Title 53 is amended to define what constitutes a municipality of refuge and to deny eligibility to such municipalities to participate in certain state grants or state surplus. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P0143  P0162  P0295 
Bill History: 02-07-17 S Final Passage (Vote: Y: 37/N: 12)
02-10-17 H Received in the House and referred to House Judiciary
03-28-17 H Press conference held

SB 70   Greenleaf, Stewart
Amends the Police Officer, Firefighter, Correction Employee and National Guard Member Child Beneficiary Act, extending benefits to certain surviving spouses; & for Postsecondary Educational Grant Program, for report & retroactivity.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 51) Amends the Police Officer, Firefighter, Correction Employee and National Guard Member Child Beneficiary Act extending benefits to surviving spouses of emergency medical services personnel, state parole agents, county probation and parole officers, sheriffs, and deputy sheriffs. The act is retroactive to January 1, 2017, and the benefit provided shall be available to qualified surviving spouses of police officers, firefighters, emergency medical services personnel, correction employees, state parole agents, county probation and parole officers, sheriffs, and deputy sheriffs and National Guard members of Pennsylvania killed in the performance of their duties since that date. No community college, state-owned or state-related institution shall reimburse qualified surviving spouses for tuition and fees or room and board charges paid between January 1, 2017, and the effective date. Effective immediately.
Printer Number(s): P0051 
Bill History: 01-12-17 S Filed
01-12-17 S Introduced and referred to committee on Senate Education

SB 95   Farnese, Lawrence
Amends Title 42 (Judiciary), in particular rights and immunities, providing for immunity for constitutionally protected communications.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 741) Amends Title 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure), in particular rights and immunities, providing for immunity for constitutionally protected communications. The bill states that a person who engages in any constitutionally protected communication shall be immune from any civil action for claims based upon such communication. If a legal action instituted against any party that is based on, relates to or is in response to a party's constitutionally protected communication, that party may file a motion to dismiss the legal action as provided in this section. The bill is intended to address Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation (SLAPPs). Effective in 60 days. (Prior Printer Number: 315) SB 95 - (PN 315) Amends Title 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure), in particular rights and immunities, providing for immunity for constitutionally protected communications. The bill states that a person who engages in any constitutionally protected communication shall be immune from any civil action for claims based upon such communication. If a legal action instituted against any party that is based on, relates to or is in response to a party's constitutionally protected communication, that party may file a motion to dismiss the legal action as provided in this section. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P0315  P0741 
Bill History: 04-25-17 S Q-_22CyHEmo (00:18:02)
04-25-17 S Reconsidered info/bill_votes.cfm?syear=2017&sind=0&body=S&type=B&bn=00095" target="Email">(Vote: Y: 42/N: 8)
04-26-17 H Received in the House and referred to House Judiciary

SB 166   Eichelberger, John
Act providing for protection of paychecks of certain workers and for the collection of political contributions.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 1344) The Protection of Public Employee Wages Act provides for protection of paychecks of certain workers and for the collection of political contributions. The bill states that a public employer may not deduct from the wages of a public employee a political contribution, except as required for deducting a designated amount for a charitable contribution expressly authorized by an employee, a fair share fee, or deducting membership dues. Provisions regarding the protection of public employee wages are effective in 60 days and the remainder is effective immediately. (Prior Printer Number: 139, 271) SB 166 - (PN 271) The Protection of Public Employee Wages Act provides for protection of paychecks of certain workers and for the collection of political contributions. The bill states that a public employer may not deduct from the wages of a public employee money or funds to be used for political contributions, except as required by a valid collective bargaining agreement entered into between a public employer and a representative of its employees prior to the effective date. Provisions regarding the protection of public employee wages are effective in 60 days and the remainder is effective immediately. (Prior Printer Number: 139) SB 166 - (PN 139) The Protection of Public Employee Wages Act provides for protection of paychecks of certain workers and for the collection of political contributions. The bill states that a public employer may not deduct from the wages of a public employee money or funds to be used for political contributions, except as required by a valid collective bargaining agreement entered into between a public employer and a representative of its employees prior to the effective date. Provisions regarding the protection of public employee wages are effective in 60 days and the remainder is effective immediately.
Printer Number(s): P0139  P0271  P1344 
Bill History: 12-12-17 H Third consideration
12-12-17 H Defeated on final passage (Vote: N:102/Y: 90)
12-13-17 H Passed over in committee Senate Rules and Executive Nominations

SB 167   Wagner, Scott
Joint Resolution proposing integrated amendments to the Constitution of Pennsylvania prohibiting the Executive Department and school districts from making payroll collections of dues, fees and political contributions.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 272) Joint Resolution proposing integrated amendments to the Constitution of Pennsylvania prohibiting the Executive Department and school districts from using its payroll system to deduct from the wages of a public employee money or funds to be used for political contributions. Constitutional amendments require approval in two consecutive legislative sessions and then approval by the voters through a referendum. (Prior Printer Number: 144) SB 167 - (PN 144) Joint Resolution proposing integrated amendments to the Constitution of Pennsylvania prohibiting the Executive Department and school districts from making payroll collections of dues, fees and political contributions. Constitutional amendments require approval in two consecutive legislative sessions and then approval by the voters through a referendum.
Printer Number(s): P0144  P0272 
Bill History: 02-06-17 S Reported as committed from Senate Appropriations
04-19-17 S Set on the Senate Calendar
04-19-17 S Laid on the table (Pursuant to Senate Rule 9)

SB 168   Stefano, Patrick
Act providing for notice and disclosure of proposed collective bargaining agreements and related documents and for open records.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 140) The Public Employer Collective Bargaining Transparency Act provides for notice and disclosure of proposed collective bargaining agreements and related documents and for open records. Effective in 30 days.
Printer Number(s): P0140 
Bill History: 09-19-17 S Removed from the table
10-25-17 S Set on the Senate Calendar
10-25-17 S Laid on the table (Pursuant to Senate Rule 9)

SB 170   Rafferty, John
Amends the Delaware River Joint Commission Act further providing for Commission, for composition, for employees, for financing and for executive sessions; for report & for creating the Council; for approval & making editorial changes.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 146) Amends entitled "An act providing for joint action by Pennsylvania and New Jersey in the development of the ports on the lower Delaware River, and the improvement of the facilities for transportation across the river; authorizing the Governor, for these purposes, to enter into an agreement with New Jersey; creating The Delaware River Joint Commission and specifying the powers and duties thereof, including the power to finance projects by the issuance of revenue bonds; transferring to the new commission all the powers of the Delaware River Bridge Joint Commission; and making an appropriation," further providing for the Delaware River Joint Commission, for composition, for employees, for financing and for executive sessions; providing for majority approval and contract procedures; further providing for report; providing for conflicts of interest and for master plan; creating the Port Authority Transit Corporation Commuter's Council; further providing for definitions; authorizing the Governor to apply for approval; prohibiting the entrance into a compact until passage of a similar act; and making editorial changes. Among the many changes, the bill stipulates that Pennsylvania commissioners who are not ex-officio members of the commission shall be confirmed by a majority of the members elected to the Pennsylvania Senate; grants authority to borrow money for the purpose of financing any project authorized by or pursuant to this compact or agreement; grants authority to acquire, purchase, construct, lease, operate, maintain and undertake any project directly relating to the operation of the Delaware River Port Authority, including any terminal, terminal facility, transportation facility, or any other facility of commerce, and to make charges for the use thereof; authorizes executive sessions to be held for certain reasons; prescribes limits on the ability of the commission to enter into or amend contracts; requires best practices in the procurement of necessary items and services; requires a biennial audit and performance review; provides for gift bans and conflicts of interest; requires preparation of a comprehensive master plan for the development of the Port District; and creates the Port Authority Transit Corporation Commuter's Council, to study, investigate, monitor and make recommendations with respect to the maintenance and operation of the Port Authority Transit Corporation's facilities for the transportation of passengers. Portions are effective December 31, 2018, and the remainder is effective immediately.
Printer Number(s): P0146 
Bill History: 02-06-17 S Third consideration
02-06-17 S Final Passage (Vote: Y: 38/N: 11)
02-08-17 H Received in the House and referred to House Transportation

SB 172   Argall, David
Amends Title 75 (Vehicles), in preliminary provisions, further providing for defs.; and, in rules of the road, further providing for pilot program for automated speed enforcement system in highway work zones and speed enforcement.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 1238) Amends Title 75 (Vehicles) adding a new section establishing a pilot program for an automated speed enforcement system in work zones on state highways. Authorizes the Department of Transportation to enforce section 3362 (relating to maximum speed limits) by recording violations using an automated speed enforcement system approved by the department. The new section shall only be applicable on Federal aid highways and the Pennsylvania Turnpike in areas agreed upon by the system administrator and the secretary of Transportation. Further provides for owner liability, penalties, liability, limitations, and for a system administrator. Also provides for a pilot program for automated enforcement on Roosevelt Boulevard in Philadelphia. The new section shall expire five years from its effective date. Effective in 120 days. Portions are effective 60 days after publication of notice in the Pennsylvania Bulletin and the remainder is effective immediately. (Prior Printer Number: 148, 1067) SB 172 - (PN 1067) Amends Title 75 (Vehicles), in preliminary provisions, further providing for definitions; and, in rules of the road in general, further providing for speed timing devices and providing for automated speed enforcement systems. The bill establishes a program to provide for automated speed enforcement systems in active work areas. Also establishes two restricted accounts in the State Treasury for fines remitted under the program to the Department of Transportation and the Turnpike Commission. Provides for the allocation of the fines from the two accounts. Portions are effective 60 days after publication of notice in the PA Bulletin, portions are effective in 45 days, portions are effective immediately, and the remainder is effective in 60 days. (Prior Printer Number: 148) SB 172 - (PN 148) Amends Title 75 (Vehicles), in preliminary provisions, further providing for definitions; and, in rules of the road in general, further providing for speed timing devices and providing for automated speed enforcement systems. The bill establishes a program to provide for automated speed enforcement systems in active work areas. Portions are effective 60 days after publication of notice in the PA Bulletin, portions are effective in 45 days, portions are effective immediately, and the remainder is effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P0148  P1067  P1238 
Bill History: 12-12-17 H Removed from the table
12-12-17 H Laid on the table
01-02-18 H Set on the Tabled Calendar

SB 251   Vulakovich, Randy
Amends Title 75 (Vehicles), in rules of the road in general, further providing for speed timing devices.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 1316) Amends Title 75 (Vehicles), in rules of the road in general, further providing for speed timing devices by allowing the use of electronic speed meters or radar devices, including LIDAR, by any police officer in the Commonwealth upon completion of a training course approved by the Pennsylvania State Police and MPOETC. Requires periodic testing for accuracy of all devices. Stipulates political subdivisions must adopt an ordinance authorizing employ of such devices before they may be used by law enforcement and requires a 90-day written warning period when first implementing them. Also provides no person may be convicted upon evidence obtained through the use of an authorized device if the speed recorded is less than ten miles per hour in excess of the legal speed limit. Outlines rules governing use of excess revenues and responsibilities of the Department of Revenue. Effective in 120 days. (Prior Printer Number: 231, 300) SB 251 - (PN 300) Amends Title 75 (Vehicles) to allow for the use of electronic speed meters or radar devices, including LIDAR, by any police officer in the Commonwealth upon completion of a training course approved by the Pennsylvania State Police and MPOETC. Requires periodic testing for accuracy of all devices. Stipulates political subdivisions must adopt an ordinance authorizing employ of such devices before they may be used by law enforcement, and stipulates a 90-day written warning period when first implementing them. Also provides no person may be convicted upon evidence obtained through the use of an authorized device if the speed recorded is less than ten miles per hour in excess of the legal speed limit. Outlines rules governing use of excess revenues. Effective in 120 days. (Prior Printer Number: 231) SB 251 - (PN 231) Amends Title 75 (Vehicles) to allow for the use of electronic speed meters or radar devices, including LIDAR, by any police officer in the Commonwealth upon completion of a training course approved by the Pennsylvania State Police and MPOETC. Requires periodic testing for accuracy of all devices. Stipulates political subdivisions must adopt an ordinance authorizing employ of such devices before they may be used by law enforcement, and stipulates a 90-day written warning period when first implementing them. Also provides that if a speeding offense is charged as a result of use of a device authorized by Section 3368(c)(2), no points shall be assigned unless the speed recorded is 10 or more miles per hour over the limit. Outlines rules governing use of excess revenues. Effective in 120 days.
Printer Number(s): P0231  P0300  P1316 
Bill History: 11-14-17 S Third consideration
11-14-17 S Final Passage (Vote: Y: 46/N: 3)
11-16-17 H Received in the House and referred to House Transportation

SB 258   Ward, Kim
Amends the Administrative Code, in powers & duties of the Governor & other constitutional offices, of the Executive Board and of the PA State Police, providing for the State Trooper Services Contractual program.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 238) Amends the Administrative Code establishing the State Trooper Services Contractual Program. The bill authorizes the State Police Commissioner to enter into agreements with boroughs and townships for the furnishing of police protection by one or more state troopers on a contractual basis, and provides for duties and requirements of various parties in the furtherance of the measure. A trooper would be paid no less than $65 per hour under an agreement. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P0238 
Bill History: 01-27-17 S Introduced and referred to committee on Senate Law and Justice
05-23-17 S Hearing set for 10:00 a.m., Hearing Room 1,...Senate Law and Justice
05-23-17 S Public hearing held in committee Senate Law and Justice

SB 279   Rafferty, John
Amends Title 75 (Vehicles), in rules of the road in general, further providing for speed timing devices; and, in powers of department and local authorities, further providing for specific powers of department and local authorities.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 273) Amends Title 75 (Vehicles), in rules of the road in general, further providing for speed timing devices; and, in powers of department and local authorities, further providing for specific powers of department and local authorities. The bill authorizes local law enforcement to use LIDAR for speed enforcement. Effective in 120 days.
Printer Number(s): P0273 
Bill History: 02-08-17 S First consideration
03-21-17 S Set on the Senate Calendar
03-21-17 S Laid on the table

SB 311   Eichelberger, John
Amends the Policemen & Firemen Collective Bargaining Act providing for right to collectively bargain, for duty to exert reasonable efforts, for commencement of bargaining, for board of arbitration, for notice, etc.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 325) Amends the Policemen and Firemen Collective Bargaining Act further providing for right to collectively bargain, for duty to exert reasonable efforts, for commencement of collective bargaining, for board of arbitration, for notice, for powers and procedures, for determination of board of arbitration, for costs and expenses, for applicability, for severability, for repeals and for effective date; and making editorial changes. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P0325 
Bill History: 02-15-17 S Filed
02-15-17 S Introduced and referred to committee on Senate Local Government

SB 350   Greenleaf, Stewart
Act providing for the rights of law enforcement officers concerning certain complaints and grievances.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 346) The Law Enforcement Officers' Bill of Rights Act provides for the rights of law enforcement officers by stating certain minimum standards would apply whenever a law enforcement officer is under interrogation. A law enforcement officer may initiate and maintain an action against any person or municipality for damages suffered or for the abridgment of civil rights when a complaint filed against the officer is found to be without merit or is made with the intent to cause damage or loss of employment. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P0346 
Bill History: 02-15-17 S Filed
02-15-17 S Introduced and referred to committee on Senate Law and Justice

SB 382   Schwank, Judy
Amends the Liquid Fuels Tax Municipal Allocation Law, further providing for definitions and for money appropriated to municipalities.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 372) Amends the Liquid Fuels Tax Municipal Allocation Law to provide a formula for a surcharge on municipalities with a population of 5,000 or more utilizing the Pennsylvania State Police as their law enforcement agency. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P0372 
Bill History: 02-15-17 S Filed
02-15-17 S Introduced and referred to committee on Senate Law and Justice
05-23-17 S Discussed during public hearing Senate Law and Justice

SB 400   Haywood, Arthur
Amends the Commonwealth Attorneys Act, in general provisions, further providing for definitions; and, in Office of Attorney General, further providing for criminal prosecutions.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 536) Amends the Commonwealth Attorneys Act, in general provisions, defining "special prosecutor"; and, in Office of Attorney General, granting the attorney general exclusive jurisdiction to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate and prosecute the conduct of a peace officer, as defined by 18 Pa.C.S. 501 (relating to definitions), who, acting in an official capacity, is involved in an incident in which an individual has died under circumstances which may constitute the offense of criminal homicide under 18 Pa.C.S. Ch. 25 (relating to criminal homicide) as a result of the peace officer's conduct. The bill also provides for duties of the special prosecutor. Effective in 90 days.
Printer Number(s): P0536 
Bill History: 03-20-17 S Introduced and referred to committee on Senate Judiciary
03-27-17 S Meeting set for 10:15 a.m., Room 8E-B, East...Senate Judiciary
03-27-17 S Public hearing held in committee Senate Judiciary

SB 401   White, Donald
Amends Title 71 (State Government), in retirement for State employees and officers, further providing for defs.; providing for mandatory and optional membership; and providing for State Legislators' Defined Contribution Program.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 712) Amends Title 71 (State Government), in retirement for State employees and officers, further providing for definitions; in membership, credited service, classes of service, and eligibility for benefits, further providing for mandatory and optional membership and for classes of service; and establishing the State Legislators' Defined Contribution Program. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P0712 
Bill History: 04-18-17 S Filed
04-18-17 S Introduced and referred to committee on Senate Finance

SB 403   Brewster, Jim
Amends Title 53 (Municipalities Generally), in employees, further providing for commission members.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 1228) Amends Title 53 (Municipalities Generally), in employees, further providing for commission members by replacing the governor's FBI special agency in charge appointee and replacing it with a member of the Pennsylvania Lodge Fraternal Order of Police, to be appointed by the governor. Effective in 60 days. (Prior Printer Number: 401) SB 403 - (PN 401) Amends Title 53 (Municipalities Generally), in employees, further providing for commission members by replacing the governor's FBI special agency in charge appointee and replacing it with a member of the Pennsylvania State Lodge Fraternal Order of Police, to be appointed by the governor. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P0401  P1228 
Bill History: 12-13-17 H Meeting set for Off the Floor, Rules Commit...Senate Rules and Executive Nominations
01-02-18 H Set on the House Calendar
12-13-17 H Passed over in committee Senate Rules and Executive Nominations

SB 410   Rafferty, John
Amends Title 18 (Crimes and Offenses), in assault, providing for the offense of hate crimes against law enforcement officers and first responders.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 406) Amends Title 18 (Crimes and Offenses), in assault, establishing the offense of hate crimes against law enforcement officers and first responders. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P0406 
Bill History: 02-27-17 S Filed
02-27-17 S Introduced and referred to committee on Senate Judiciary

SB 454   Brewster, Jim
Amends Title 18 (Crimes & Offenses), in wiretapping & electronic surveillance, further providing for exceptions to prohibition of interception and disclosure of communications.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 448) Amends Title 18 (Crimes and Offenses), in wiretapping and electronic surveillance, further providing for exceptions to prohibition of interception and disclosure of communications. The bill allows law enforcement recordings of oral communications when the oral communication occurs when the law enforcement officer: (1) enters a residence or other structure based on a reasonable belief that a criminal offense is being committed in the residence or other structure; (2) enters a residence or other structure under exigent circumstances in the pursuit of an offender based on a reasonable belief that a criminal offense is being committed; or (3) notifies the occupants of a residence or other structure of the existence and operation of an audio-visual device and the occupants consent to the use of the audio-visual device upon entry by the law enforcement officer into the residence or other structure. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P0448 
Bill History: 02-28-17 S Filed
02-28-17 S Introduced and referred to committee on Senate Judiciary

SB 457   Brewster, Jim
Amends Titles 53 (Municipalities Generally) & 75 (Vehicles), in employees, providing for the Municipal Police Recruitment & Retention Program & establishing a fund, and providing for law enforcement enhancement surcharge.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 483) Amends Titles 53 (Municipalities Generally) and 75 (Vehicles), in Title 53 in employees, establishing the Municipal Police Recruitment and Retention Program and establishing the Municipal Police Recruitment and Retention Program Fund; and, in Title 75 in penalties and disposition of fines, providing for law enforcement enhancement surcharge of $10. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P0483 
Bill History: 03-03-17 S Filed
03-03-17 S Introduced and referred to committee on Senate Law and Justice

SB 501   Killion, Thomas
Amends Title 18 (Crimes & Offenses), & 23 (Domestic Relations), in firearms, further providing for persons not to possess, transfer or sell firearms. Providing for lawful transfer of firearms, repealing provisions relating to 3rd party.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 604) Amends Titles 18 (Crimes and Offenses) and 23 (Domestic Relations), in firearms and other dangerous articles, further providing for persons not to possess, use, manufacture, control, sell or transfer firearms, providing for relinquishment of firearms and firearm licenses by convicted persons and further providing for firearms not to be carried without a license and for loans on, or lending or giving firearms prohibited; and, in protection from abuse, further providing for definitions, for commencement of proceedings, for hearings, for relief, for return of relinquished firearms, other weapons and ammunition and additional relief and for relinquishment for consignment sale, lawful transfer or safekeeping and repealing provisions relating to relinquishment to third party for safekeeping. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P0604 
Bill History: 04-24-17 S Press conference held
10-16-17 S Press conference held
11-14-17 S Press conference held

SB 503   Aument, Ryan
Amends Title 65 (Public Officers), in open meetings, further providing for executive sessions.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 500) Amends Title 65 (Public Officers) eliminating the exemption of collective bargaining from the Sunshine Act. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P0500 
Bill History: 09-19-17 S Removed from the table
10-25-17 S Set on the Senate Calendar
10-25-17 S Laid on the table (Pursuant to Senate Rule 9)

SB 504   Martin, Scott (F)
Amends the Right-to-Know Law, in procedure, further providing for exceptions for public records.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 753) Amends the Right-to-Know Law, in procedure, adding that the exception for records pertaining to strategy relating to labor relations shall not apply to negotiations including offers of settlement or a final or executed contract or agreement between the parties in a collective bargaining procedure. Effective in 60 days. (Prior Printer Number: 532) SB 504 - (PN 532) Amends the Right-to-Know Law, in procedure, adding that the exception for records pertaining to strategy relating to labor relations shall not apply to negotiations. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P0532  P0753 
Bill History: 09-19-17 S Removed from the table
10-25-17 S Set on the Senate Calendar
10-25-17 S Laid on the table (Pursuant to Senate Rule 9)

SB 509   Reschenthaler, Guy
Amends Title 44 (Law and Justice), providing for blood type information; and making editorial changes.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 533) Amends Title 44 (Law and Justice) stipulating that a law enforcement officer may wear a separate badge or other identification on the officer's official uniform that provides information regarding the officer's blood type. The bill provides for form of the badge and for payment the employing agencies. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P0533 
Bill History: 03-16-17 S Filed
03-16-17 S Introduced and referred to committee on Senate Law and Justice

SB 510   Reschenthaler, Guy
Amends Title 18 (Crimes & Offenses), in assault, providing for the offense of threat against law enforcement officer or sheriff.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 866) Amends Title 18 (Crimes and Offenses), in assault, establishing the offense of threat against law enforcement officer or sheriff, which would include family members, and providing for its grading. Effective in 60 days. (Prior Printer Number: 505) SB 510 - (PN 505) Amends Title 18 (Crimes and Offenses), in assault, establishing the offense of threat against law enforcement officer or sheriff, which would include family members, and providing for its grading. Effective in 60 days.
Position: Support
Printer Number(s): P0505  P0866 
Bill History: 05-23-17 S Third consideration
05-23-17 S Final Passage (Vote: Y: 50/N: 0)
05-25-17 H Received in the House and referred to House Judiciary

SB 522   Greenleaf, Stewart
Amends Titles 42 (Judiciary) & 61 (Prisons & Parole), in judicial boards & commissions, for defs. & for publication of guidelines, for immunity, for PSP, for probation & parole, for Interstate Compacts, & for appropriations.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 875) Amends Titles 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure) and 61 (Prisons and Parole), in judicial boards and commissions, further providing for definitions and for publication of guidelines; in juvenile matters, further providing for inspection of court files and records; in particular rights and immunities, further providing for immunity of State parole officers and for immunity of program administrators and supervisors; in sentencing, further providing for dispositions of persons found guilty but mentally ill, for sentencing proceeding and place of confinement, for information required upon commitment and subsequent disposition, for transfer of inmates in need of medical treatment, for applicability, for registry, for initial registration, for duty to inform, for assessments, for administration, for global positioning system technology, for immunity for good faith conduct, for Pennsylvania State Police, for duties of probation and parole officials, for board and for annual performance audit; in preliminary provisions, further providing for definitions; in general administration, providing for powers of peace officers; in community corrections centers and community corrections facilities, further providing for definitions, for department, for offenders who may be housed, for authority of Commonwealth employees, for authority of chairman and for escape; providing for certain offenders residing in group-based homes and for reporting; further providing for probation and parole; in Pennsylvania Board of Probation and Parole, further providing for definitions, for administration, for Pennsylvania Board of Probation and Parole, for board chairperson, for board action, for meetings, for offices, for district directors, for district office employees, for disciplinary action, for political activities, for advisory committee, for certain offenders residing in group-based homes, for general powers of board, for specific powers of board, for probation services, for sentencing court, for general criteria for parole, for right of access to inmates, for parole power, for violation of terms of parole, for parole procedure, for victim statements, for general rules and special regulations, for early parole of inmates, for definitions, for status as peace officers and for supervisory relationship; providing for supervision of offenders and for agents; in county probation officers' firearm education and training, further providing for definitions, for County Probation Officers' Firearm Education and Training Commission, for commission membership, for powers and duties of commission, for training mandatory, for requirements for program participation and for the County Probation Officers' Firearm Education and Training Fund; in Interstate Compacts, further providing for Interstate Compacts, for deputization and for supervisions of persons paroled by other states; conferring powers and imposing duties on the Department of Corrections; providing for the transfer of functions, powers and duties; and providing for appropriations for the Office of Victim Advocate. Among the many changes, the bill incorporates probation into the Department of Corrections. Effective immediately. (Prior Printer Number: 534, 812) SB 522 - (PN 534) Amends Titles 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure) and 61 (Prisons and Parole), in judicial boards and commissions, further providing for definitions and for publication of guidelines; in juvenile matters, further providing for inspection of court files and records; in prisoner litigation, further providing for prisoner filing fees; in particular rights and immunities, further providing for immunity of State parole officers and for immunity of program administrators and supervisors; in sentencing, further providing for dispositions of persons found guilty but mentally ill, for collection of restitution and penalties, for sentencing proceeding and place of confinement, for information required upon commitment and subsequent disposition, for transfer of inmates in need of medical treatment, for applicability, for registry, for initial registration, for duty to inform, for assessments, for administration, for global positioning system technology, for immunity for good faith conduct, for Pennsylvania State Police, for duties of probation and parole officials, for duties of facilities housing sexual offenders, for board and for annual performance audit; in preliminary provisions, further providing for definitions; in general administration, providing for powers of peace officers; in county correctional institutions, further providing for county recording system; in State intermediate punishment, further providing for definitions; in community corrections centers and community corrections facilities, further providing for definitions, for department, for offenders who may be housed, for authority of Commonwealth employees, for authority of chairman and for escape; providing for certain offenders residing in group-based homes and for reporting; further providing for probation and parole; in Pennsylvania Board of Probation and Parole, further providing for definitions, for administration, for Pennsylvania Board of Probation and Parole, for board chairperson, for board action, for meetings, for offices, for district directors, for district office employees, for disciplinary action, for political activities, for advisory committee, for certain offenders residing in group-based homes, for general powers of board, for specific powers of board, for probation services, for sentencing court, for general criteria for parole, for right of access to inmates, for parole power, for violation of terms of parole, for parole procedure, for victim statements, for general rules and special regulations, for early parole of inmates, for definitions, for status as peace officers and for supervisory relationship; providing for supervision of offenders and for agents; in county probation officers' firearm education and training, further providing for definitions, for County Probation Officers' Firearm Education and Training Commission, for commission membership, for powers and duties of commission, for training mandatory, for requirements for program participation and for the County Probation Officers' Firearm Education and Training Fund; in Interstate Compacts, further providing for Interstate Compacts, for deputization and for supervisions of persons paroled by other states; conferring powers and imposing duties on the Department of Criminal Justice; providing for the transfer of functions, powers and duties; and providing for appropriations for the Office of Victim Advocate. Effective in one year.
Printer Number(s): P0534  P0812  P0875 
Bill History: 05-25-17 H Received in the House and referred to House Judiciary
05-25-17 H Discussed during public hearing House Judiciary
11-13-17 H Discussed during public hearing Senate Judiciary

SB 560   Greenleaf, Stewart
Amends Titles 18 (Crimes & Offenses) & 42 (Judiciary), in wiretapping & electronic surveillance, further providing for defs., for exceptions to prohibitions; & providing for expiration of chapter; & providing for recordings.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 936) Amends Titles 18 (Crimes and Offenses) and 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure), in wiretapping and electronic surveillance, adding a new chapter further providing for definitions, for exceptions to prohibition of interception and disclosure of communications and for exceptions to prohibitions in possession, sale, distribution, manufacture or advertisement of electronic, mechanical or other devices; and adding a chapter providing for recordings by law enforcement officers. Further provides for the process and standards for appealing to the court of common pleas. Also authorizes the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency to condition funding or a grant related to the implementation, use, maintenance or storage of body worn cameras or recordings from body worn cameras on the following: requiring the grantee to have a protocol, guidelines of written policies related to the implementation, use, maintenance or storage of body worn cameras; requiring the protocol, guidelines or written policies are publicly accessible; and ensuring they substantially comply with the applicable recommendations of the commission. Provides nothing in this new chapter nor the Right-to-Know Law shall establish a right to production of an audio or video recording made inside a facility owned or operated by a law enforcement agency to any communications between or within law enforcement agencies concerning an audio or video recording. Also provides nothing in this chapter shall apply to an audio or video recording otherwise protected from disclosure under any other federal of state statute. Effective in 60 days. (Prior Printer Number: 595, 614, 821, 922) SB 560 - (PN 922) Amends Titles 18 (Crimes and Offenses) and 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure), in wiretapping and electronic surveillance, adding a new chapter further providing for definitions, for exceptions to prohibition of interception and disclosure of communications and for exceptions to prohibitions in possession, sale, distribution, manufacture or advertisement of electronic, mechanical or other devices; and adding a chapter providing for recordings by law enforcement officers. Further provides for the process and standards for appealing to the court of common pleas. Also authorizes the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency to condition funding or a grant related to the implementation, use, maintenance or storage of body worn cameras or recordings from body worn cameras on the following: requiring the grantee to have a protocol, guidelines of written policies related to the implementation, use, maintenance or storage of body worn cameras; requiring the protocol, guidelines or written policies are publicly accessible; and ensuring they substantially comply with the applicable recommendations of the commission. Provides nothing in this new chapter nor the Right-to-Know Law shall establish a right to production of an audio or video recording made inside a facility owned or operated by a law enforcement agency to any communications between or within law enforcement agencies concerning an audio or video recording. Also provides nothing in this chapter shall be construed to alter the responsibilities of parties to criminal or civil litigation to produce information in accordance with the applicable rules of procedure nor shall apply to an audio or video recording otherwise protected from disclosure under any other federal of state statute. Effective in 60 days. (Prior Printer Number: 595, 614, 821) SB 560 - (PN 821) Amends Titles 18 (Crimes and Offenses) and 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure), in wiretapping and electronic surveillance, further providing for definitions, for exceptions to prohibition of interception and disclosure of communications and for exceptions to prohibitions in possession, sale, distribution, manufacture or advertisement of electronic, mechanical or other devices; and adding a chapter providing for recordings by law enforcement officers. Further provides for the process and standards for appealing to the court of common pleas. Also authorizes the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency to condition funding or a grant related to the implementation, use, maintenance or storage of body worn cameras or recordings from body worn cameras on the following: requiring the grantee to have a protocol, guidelines of written policies related to the implementation, use, maintenance or storage of body worn cameras; requiring the protocol, guidelines or written policies are publicly accessible; and ensuring they substantially comply with the applicable recommendations of the commission. Effective in 60 days. (Prior Printer Number: 595, 614) SB 560 - (PN 614) Amends Titles 18 (Crimes and Offenses) and 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure), in wiretapping and electronic surveillance, further providing for definitions, for exceptions to prohibition of interception and disclosure of communications and for exceptions to prohibitions in possession, sale, distribution, manufacture or advertisement of electronic, mechanical or other devices; and adding a chapter providing for recordings by law enforcement officers. Further provides for the process and standards for appealing to the court of common pleas. Effective in 60 days. (Prior Printer Number: 595) SB 560 - (PN 595) Amends Titles 18 (Crimes and Offenses) and 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure), in wiretapping and electronic surveillance, further providing for definitions, for exceptions to prohibition of interception and disclosure of communications and for exceptions to prohibitions in possession, sale, distribution, manufacture or advertisement of electronic, mechanical or other devices; and adding a chapter providing for recordings by law enforcement officers. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P0595  P0614  P0821  P0922  P0936 
Bill History: 07-07-17 G Approved by the Governor (Act: 22 )
09-05-17 G Earliest effective date
11-13-17 G Discussed during public hearing Senate Judiciary

SB 573   Dinniman, Andrew
Amends Title 35 (Health and Safety), providing for the Pennsylvania Premise Alert System.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 656) Amends Title 35 (Health and Safety) providing for the Pennsylvania Premise Alert System by requiring public safety agencies to make reasonable efforts to publicize information regarding the Pennsylvania Premise Alert System for use of the general public via a website, pamphlets or other means available to the public safety agency. The information shall include how to access, complete and submit the Pennsylvania Premise Alert System Form and shall be enforced by the Department of Human Services and Department of Education. The bill also requires public safety agencies to accept the Pennsylvania Premise Alert System Form from an individual who submits the form to the public safety agency and review the contents of the form upon acceptance, as well as develop policies for the control and use of the information. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P0656 
Bill History: 04-06-17 S Filed
04-06-17 S Introduced and referred to committee on Senate Veterans Affairs & Emergency Prepared.

SB 611   DiSanto, John (F)
Amends the Public Employee Pension Forfeiture Act further providing for definitions, for disqualification, & forfeiture of benefits and for restitution for monetary loss; and repealing a retroactivity provision.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 762) Amends the Public Employee Pension Forfeiture Act further providing for definitions, for disqualification and forfeiture of benefits and for restitution for monetary loss; and repealing a retroactivity provision. The bill provides for forfeiture for any criminal offense classified as a felony or punishable by a term of imprisonment exceeding five years or for a crime related to public office or public employment. The benefits shall be immediately forfeited upon the public official's or public employee's entry of a plea of guilty or no contest or upon initial entry of a jury verdict or judicial order of guilty, with respect to any crimes related to public office or public employment. The forfeiture shall not be stayed or affected by pendency of an appeal or collateral attack on the plea, verdict or order, regardless of whether a court has entered or stayed the sentence pending the appeal or collateral attack. Upon the finding of guilty of a public official or public employee, or upon the entry of a plea of guilty or no contest in any court of record by a public official or public employee, the court shall notify the appropriate benefits administrator of such finding or entrance of plea. Until restitution is determined by a court, the appropriate benefits administrator shall not make payment of any refund of contributions applied for after the date of such finding or entry to the public official or public employee until the court notifies the appropriate benefits administrator that no restitution is due. Effective immediately. (Prior Printer Number: 706) SB 611 - (PN 706) Amends the Public Employee Pension Forfeiture Act further providing for definitions, for disqualification and forfeiture of benefits and for restitution for monetary loss; and repealing a retroactivity provision. The bill provides for forfeiture for any criminal offense classified as a felony or punishable by a term of imprisonment exceeding five years or for a crime related to public office or public employment. The benefits shall be immediately forfeited upon the public official's or public employee's entry of a plea of guilty or no contest or upon initial entry of a jury verdict or judicial order of guilty, with respect to any crimes related to public office or public employment. The forfeiture shall not be stayed or affected by pendency of an appeal or collateral attack on the plea, verdict or order, regardless of whether a court has entered or stayed the sentence pending the appeal or collateral attack. Effective immediately.
Printer Number(s): P0706  P0762 
Bill History: 06-13-17 S Laid on the table (Pursuant to Senate Rule 9)
12-13-17 S Removed from the table
01-02-18 S Set on the Senate Calendar

SB 748   Argall, David
Act providing for public safety facilities.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 1009) The Public Safety Facilities Act provides for public safety facilities. The bill requires notification to be provided to various stakeholders, including members of the governor's cabinet, local elected officials, and labor leaders, when a closure of public safety facility is proposed. After providing notice, the public entity shall gather information, hold public hearings and issue a report. Additional notification is required after that process if the entity proceeds with the closure. "Public safety facility" is defined as a State-owned or State-leased building or structure under the jurisdiction of the Pennsylvania State Police or Department of Corrections, including a barracks or State correctional institution, that for the previous 12 months employs 12 or more full-time individuals who are trained to provide law enforcement, security or care, custody and control of inmates. Effective immediately.
Printer Number(s): P1009 
Bill History: 06-23-17 S Filed
06-23-17 S Introduced and referred to committee on Senate State Government

SB 829   Street, Sharif (F)
Amends the Public Employe Relations Act, in collective bargaining impasse, further providing for collective bargaining impasse; providing for Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority Collective Bargaining; and, in strikes.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 1074) Amends the Public Employe Relations Act, in collective bargaining impasse, further providing for collective bargaining impasse; providing for Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority Collective Bargaining; and, in strikes. The bill provides that collective bargaining between SEPTA and the representative of the public employees shall begin at least six months before the expiration of the current contract. A request for arbitration shall be made at least 90 days before the contract expires. If a dispute or impasse arises in the collective bargaining process between SEPTA and the representative of the public employees, either party to the dispute or impasse, after written notice to the other party containing specifications of the issue in dispute, may request the appointment of a board of arbitrators. A dispute or impasse shall be deemed to occur if the parties do not reach a settlement of the dispute by written agreement within 60 days after the collective bargaining proceeding has been initiated. The bill prohibits strikes by SEPTA employees. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P1074 
Bill History: 07-06-17 S Filed
07-06-17 S Introduced and referred to committee on Senate Labor and Industry

SB 850   Greenleaf, Stewart
Amends Title 42 (Judiciary), in commencement of proceedings, requiring municipal police department policies relating to strip and body cavity searches.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 1115) Amends Title 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure), in commencement of proceedings, requiring municipal police departments to adopt policies relating to strip and body cavity searches. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P1115 
Bill History: 08-29-17 S Filed
08-29-17 S Introduced and referred to committee on Senate Judiciary

SB 881   Martin, Scott (F)
Act providing for open contracting by the Commonwealth and its political subdivisions and their agencies and authorities.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 1145) The Open Contracting Act states contract specifications issued by public bodies soliciting bids on public works projects shall not include any of the following: (1) A requirement that a successful bidder or any of its subcontractors utilize workers represented by a designated labor organization; or referred by a designated labor organization; (2) A requirement that a successful bidder's existing work force or any of its subcontractors' work forces affiliate with or pay dues to a labor organization; or (3) A requirement that a successful bidder or any of its subcontractors recognize a labor organization as the exclusive representative of any of its employees on the public works project. No public body shall consider or use as a criterion in its selection process the union or nonunion status of a bidder's work force. The bill provides for enforcement. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P1145 
Bill History: 09-11-17 S Filed
09-11-17 S Introduced and referred to committee on Senate Labor and Industry

SB 888   Rafferty, John
Amends Title 75 (Vehicles), in rules of the road in general, further providing for additional parking regulations.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 1242) Amends Title 75 (Vehicles) providing that except for a person with a disability, a person may not park a vehicle on public or private property reserved for a person with a disability, nor may a person obstruct a vehicle on public or private property reserved for a person with a disability, or a part of a curb ramp or access aisle adjacent to a parking space reserved for a person with a disability. Requires the owner or lessee of a parking space, curb ramp, and access aisle on public or private property reserved for a person with a disability to maintain it. Outlines penalties for violations. Effective in 180 days. (Prior Printer Number: 1154) SB 888 - (PN 1154) Amends Title 75 (Vehicles) providing that except for a person with a disability, a person may not park a vehicle on public or private property reserved for a person with a disability, nor may a person obstruct a vehicle on public or private property reserved for a person with a disability, or a part of a curb ramp or access aisle adjacent to a parking space reserved for a person with a disability. Requires the owner or lessee of a parking space, curb ramp, and access aisle on public or private property reserved for a person with a disability to maintain it. Outlines penalties for violations. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P1154  P1242 
Bill History: 10-17-17 S Third consideration
10-17-17 S Final Passage (Vote: Y: 49/N: 0)
10-18-17 H Received in the House and referred to House Transportation

SB 889   Dinniman, Andrew
Amends the Enforcement Officer Disability Benefits Law, further providing for disability benefits.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 1202) Amends the Enforcement Officer Disability Benefits Law further providing for disability benefits adding campus police officers employed by a state-owned university, community college, or state-related college or university to the scope. Any payments required to be made on account of any campus police officers employed by a state-owned university, community college or state-related college or university shall be made from moneys provided by the state-owned university, community college or state-related college or university. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P1202 
Bill History: 09-26-17 S Filed
09-26-17 S Introduced and referred to committee on Senate Labor and Industry

SB 936   White, Donald
Amends the Workers' Compensation Act, in liability and compensation, further providing for prescription drugs and the treatment of work-related injuries; and, in procedure, further providing for peer review.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 1281) Amends the Workers' Compensation Act, in liability and compensation, further providing for prescription drugs and the treatment of work-related injuries; and, in procedure, further providing for peer review. The bill requires the department to select a nationally recognized, evidence-based prescription drug formulary appropriate for resolving issues related to drugs prescribed for or related to the treatment of work-related injuries and establishes requirements related to the formulary for comment periods, selection factors, costs, annual review, online availability, savings calculations, and utilization review. The bill also places requirements on utilization review organizations and peer review organizations for certification. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P1281 
Bill History: 10-25-17 S Final Passage (Vote: Y: 34/N: 16)
10-26-17 H Received in the House and referred to House Labor and Industry
11-09-17 H Discussed during public hearing House Republican Policy Committee

SB 942   Street, Sharif (F)
Amends Titles 18 (Crimes & Offenses), 42 (Judiciary) & 61 (Prisons & Parole), in authorized disposition of offenders, providing for sentence of persons under the age of 18 for murder; in sentencing, for offenses; for parole power.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 1304) Amends Titles 18 (Crimes and Offenses), 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure), and 61 (Prisons and Parole), in authorized disposition of offenders, further providing for sentence of persons under the age of 18 for murder, murder of an unborn child and murder of a law enforcement officer; in sentencing, further providing for sentences for second and subsequent offenses; and, in probation and parole, further providing for parole power. The bill removes limitations on parole for life sentences after serving fifteen years of imprisonment. Effective in 60 days.
Position: Opposed
Printer Number(s): P1304 
Bill History: 10-31-17 S Introduced and referred to committee on Senate Judiciary
10-25-17 S Press conference held
11-13-17 S Discussed during public hearing Senate Judiciary

SB 979   Regan, Mike (F)
Amends Title 53 (Municipalities Generally), in municipal pensions, providing or pension service credit for prior service with police department.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 1368) Amends Title 53 (Municipalities Generally), in municipal pensions, adding a subchapter providing for pension service credit for prior service with police department. The bill requires a county, city, borough, town, township or regional police department to amend its ordinance or resolution establishing a police pension fund to provide full-time police officers the option to purchase up to five years of pension service credit for prior part-time or full-time police service provided in a police department. The bill outlines the computation of the amount due for the purchase of credit for prior police service. Effective in 60 days.
Printer Number(s): P1368 
Bill History: 12-12-17 S Reported as committed from Senate Local Government
12-12-17 S First consideration
01-02-18 S Set on the Senate Calendar

SCO 21   Haywood, Arthur
Takes review and prosecution of deadly force incident at the hand of police officers out of the jurisdiction of the local district attorney and puts it in the hands of the special prosecutor.
Position: Opposed
Bill History: 12-02-16 S Filed
03-20-17 S Superseded by - see SB 400

SCO 69   Bartolotta, Camera
Eliminates the Pennsylvania Instant Check System (PICS) for firearm purchasers in favor of National Instant Check System (NICS).
Bill History: 12-05-16 S Filed
01-26-17 S Superseded by - see SB 224

SCO 94   Argall, David
Provides a five-year trial period for PennDOT to place speed cameras in active work zones on limited access highways.
Bill History: 12-07-16 S Filed
02-07-17 S Superseded by - see SB 172

SCO 135   Hughes, Vincent
Creates a Joint State Government Commission Task Force to study state and local law enforcement policies and procedures relating to large scale demonstrations, protests, and other forms of civil disobedience.
Bill History: 12-08-16 S Filed
03-21-17 S Superseded by - see SR 37

SCO 147   Folmer, Mike
Provides for significant reforms to civil asset forfeiture in PA.
Bill History: 12-08-16 S Filed
01-26-17 S Superseded by - see SB 8

SCO 207   Greenleaf, Stewart
Consolidates the Department of Corrections and the Board of Probation and Parole to be called the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, which will accomplish cost savings and increased operational efficiency.
Bill History: 12-12-16 S Filed
03-20-17 S Superseded by - see SB 523
03-20-17 S Superseded by - see SB 522

SCO 208   Greenleaf, Stewart
Permits officers to enter a private residence with an activated body-worn camera that audio-records conversations and will correct an ambiguity in the Wiretap Act that was highlighted in a recent PA Supreme Court ruling.
Bill History: 12-12-16 S Filed
03-27-17 S Superseded by - see SB 560

SCO 268   Ward, Kim
Allows municipalities to contract with the Pennsylvania State Police for police coverage.
Bill History: 12-19-16 S Filed
01-27-17 S Superseded by - see SB 258

SCO 306   Schwank, Judy
Requires an offset to be made against Motor License funding in municipalities with populations of at least 5,000 residents that rely on state police for primary police coverage.
Bill History: 12-21-16 S Filed
02-15-17 S Superseded by - see SB 382

SCO 319   Vulakovich, Randy
Permits all municipal police to utilize radar for speed enforcement.
Bill History: 12-28-16 S Filed
01-27-17 S Superseded by - see SB 251

SCO 323   McGarrigle, Thomas
Permits full-time municipal police officers employed by full-service police departments or regional police departments to use radar or LIDAR for speed enforcement.
Bill History: 12-28-16 S Filed
04-24-17 S Memo has been removed

SCO 336   Eichelberger, John
Provides fairness in the collective bargaining process by requiring the costs of arbitration to be split evenly by the parties, balancing the influence of the arbitration board, and opening arbitration procedure to public.
Bill History: 01-03-17 S Filed
02-15-17 S Superseded by - see SB 311

SCO 364   Rafferty, John
Requires comprehensive reform measures at the Delaware River Port Authority (DRPA).
Bill History: 01-05-17 S Filed
02-07-17 S Superseded by - see SB 170

SCO 371   Rafferty, John
Creates the new offense of "Hate Crimes Against Law Enforcement and First Responders" targeted at persons who commit crimes against law enforcement officers or first responders.
Bill History: 01-06-17 S Filed
02-28-17 S Superseded by - see SB 410

SCO 387   Rafferty, John
Permits full-time municipal police officers employed by full-service police departments or regional police departments to use radar or LIDAR for speed enforcement.
Bill History: 01-10-17 S Filed
02-01-17 S Superseded by - see SB 279

SCO 394   Brewster, Jim
Creates the Municipal Police Recruitment and Retention Program Fund.
Bill History: 01-10-17 S Filed
03-06-17 S Superseded by - see SB 457

SCO 398   Brewster, Jim
Allows police officers who are wearing body cameras to continue to use their cameras when they are inside of homes or other buildings.
Bill History: 01-10-17 S Filed
03-10-17 S Superseded by - see SB 454

SCO 418   Eichelberger, John
Prevents the use of public resources to collect political funds, and to also protect the political speech of public employees.
Bill History: 01-11-17 S Filed
01-20-17 S Superseded by - see SB 166

SCO 447   Brewster, Jim
Appoints a member of the State Fraternal Order of Police to serve on the Municipal Police Officers Education & Training Commission.
Bill History: 01-13-17 S Filed
03-06-17 S Superseded by - see SB 403

SCO 489   Reschenthaler, Guy
Allows police officers and firefighters to wear a badge identifying their blood type.
Bill History: 01-18-17 S Filed
03-20-17 S Superseded by - see SB 509

SCO 514   Greenleaf, Stewart
Provides law enforcement with certain rights in disciplinary matters.
Bill History: 01-19-17 S Filed
02-15-17 S Superseded by - see SB 350

SCO 557   Aument, Ryan
Promotes transparency in the collective bargaining process by allowing public access to collective bargaining negotiations.
Bill History: 01-27-17 S Filed
03-13-17 S Superseded by - see SB 503
04-03-17 S Superseded by - see SB 504

SCO 675   Eichelberger, John
Provides a comprehensive approach to municipal pension relief and new options (for newly hired employees) to municipalities with distressed pension plans.
Bill History: 02-24-17 S Filed

SCO 753   Vulakovich, Randy
Extends the PA Heart and Lung Act to more law enforcement entities.
Bill History: 03-28-17 S Filed

SCO 855   Blake, John
Creates a statewide pension system for police officers.
Bill History: 05-03-17 S Filed

SCO 895   Stefano, Patrick
Amends the definition of "enforcement officer" in the State Employees Retirement Code to include a Game Commission officer under the employment of the Pennsylvania Game Commission (PGC).
Bill History: 05-19-17 S Filed

SCO1051   Rafferty, John
Improves access to disabled parking spaces of this Commonwealth with a focus on prohibiting the obstruction of access aisles and strengthening enforcement measures.
Bill History: 09-08-17 S Filed
09-15-17 S Superseded by - see SB 888

SCO1122   Martin, Scott (F)
Allows police officers who serve on a Special Emergency Response Team (SERT) the opportunity to improve response time to a SERT incident when they are off duty by allowing the use of flashing lights.
Bill History: 10-19-17 S Filed

SCO1128   Regan, Mike (F)
Permits a municipal or regional police officer, who has been employed with a department full-time for at least six months, to purchase previous full- or part-time police employment for pension benefit purposes.
Bill History: 10-30-17 S Filed
12-08-17 S Superseded by - see SB 979

SR 84   Rafferty, John
Resolution recognizing the week of May 14 through 20, 2017, as National Police Week and designating May 8, 2017, as Police Officers' Memorial Day in Pennsylvania.
 
PLS Summary: (PN 742) Resolution recognizing the week of May 14 through 20, 2017, as "National Police Week" and designating May 8, 2017, as "Police Officers' Memorial Day" in Pennsylvania.
Printer Number(s): P0742 
Bill History: 04-24-17 S Filed
04-24-17 S Introduced and adopted


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