Senate Bills 840, 1221, 1226, 1283 & 1292 and House Bills 325, 664, 1877, 2137, 2138, 2139, 2140 & 2141

Senate Appropriations Committee Meeting

June 22, 2016

Off the Floor in the Rules Room

 

Senate Bill 840 (Senator Argall) Amends Title 75 to provide for speed timing devices and for a pilot program for Automated Speed Enforcement System.

Re-reported as amended: 26-0

Senate Bill 1221 (Senator Costa) Amends the Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority Act for Cities of the Second Class by providing for various reforms making it more transparent and accountable to the public.

Re-reported as committed: 26-0

Senate Bill 1226 (Senator Vulakovich) Amends Title 51 by aligning the Veteran’s Trust Fund and the Veterans’ Temporary Assistance Program.

Re-reported as amended: 26-0

Senate Bill 1283 (Senator Browne) Public Utility Commission funding for FY 2016-17.

Re-reported as amended: 26-0

Senate Bill 1292 (Senator Browne) Capital Budget Act for FY 2016-17.

Re-reported as amended: 26-0

House Bill 325 (Representative M. K. Keller) Amends the Auctioneer Licensing and Trader Assistant Registration Act to update the Act and eliminate the Auction House license.

Re-reported as committed: 26-0

House Bill 664 (Representative Helm) Provides for the annual designation and holiday observance of “Juneteenth National Freedom Day”.

Re-reported as amended: 26-0

House Bill 1877 (Representative Barrar) Reauthorizes and enhances the Volunteer Fire and Emergency Medical Services grant program.

Re-reported as committed: 26-0

House Bill 2137 (Representative Adolph) Pennsylvania State University funding for FY 2016-17.

Re-reported as committed: 25-1

House Bill 2138 (Representative Adolph) University of Pittsburgh funding for FY 2016-17.

Re-reported as committed: 25-1

House Bill 2139 (Representative Adolph) Temple University funding for FY 2016-17.

Re-reported as committed: 25-1

House Bill 2140 (Representative Adolph) Lincoln University funding for FY 2016-17.

Re-reported as committed: 25-1

House Bill 2141 (Representative Adolph) University of Pennsylvania funding for FY 2016-17.

Re-reported as committed: 25-1