Meeting to consider SB 25, SB 67 and SB 219; and HB 816, HB 1086, HB 1446, HB 1466, HB 1716, HB 1820, HB 1853, HB 2200 and HB 2233

Senate Appropriations Committee

Tuesday, July 2 | Off the Floor

Rules Room 


SB 25 (Bartolotta) Amends the Professional Nursing Law to establish the Rural Certified Registered Nurse Practitioners Health Care Access Program.
SB 219 (Costa) Amends the First and Second Class County Property Tax Relief Act to authorize a city of the second class to adopt a longtime owner-occupant property tax relief program.
HB 816 (Giral) Amends Title 75 (Vehicles) to require towing and storage agents of the Philadelphia Parking Authority to take photographs documenting a parking violation prior to the removal of a vehicle.
HB 1086 (Takac) Amends Title 51 (Military Affairs) to authorize the sharing of information under the Veterans Registry.
HB 1446 (R. Mackenzie) Amends the Unemployment Compensation Law to clarify eligibility for Unemployment Compensation benefits for victims of domestic violence who
voluntarily leave their employment.
HB 1466 (Bizzarro) Amends Title 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure) to provide for a cause of action based on protected public expression and to establish the Uniform Public Expression Protection Act.
HB 1716 (Warren) Amends Title 15 (Corporations and Unincorporated Associations) providing for shareholder rights in derivative actions and providing for name registration
guidelines for domestic non-filing associations.
HB 1820 (Bullock) Amends the Cosmetology Law to eliminate the natural hair braiding license under the State Board of Cosmetology.
HB 1853 (Shusterman) Amends the Health Care Facilities Act to direct the Pennsylvania Department of Health to hold annual meetings with licensed nursing facilities under its jurisdiction.
HB 2200 (Burns) Amends Title 63 (Professions and Occupations (State Licensed)) to provide for criminal history background checks.
HB 2233 (Curry) Amends Title 75 (Vehicles) to provide that a tow truck operator shall not be convicted of certain traffic law violations when directed by an on-duty police officer.

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