Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2020
• ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES & ENERGY, 9 a.m., Room 60, East Wing
o HB 707 (Rep. David Zimmerman, R-Lancaster): Amends the Pennsylvania Safe Drinking Water Act to clarify that religious institutions are not public water systems when they are relying upon their own privately own water wells as their water source.
o HB 2002 (Rep. Aaron Kaufer, R-Luzerne): An act repealing "An act imposing a State tax on anthracite coal; providing for the assessment and collection thereof; and providing penalties for the violation of this act."
o HB 2197 (Rep. Cris Dush, R-Jefferson): Act amending the Covered Device Recycling Act to have the photo-voltaic modules of solar panels added to the list of items covered under the Act.
• HEALTH, 9 a.m., Room 140, Main Capitol
o Public hearing on Treatment Options in PA for COVID-19 - Part I.
• FINANCE, 9:30 a.m., Room 205, Ryan Office Building
o Informational meeting on overview of the fiscal condition of the Commonwealth with the Treasury Department and the challenges faced by Pennsylvanians when preparing for their retirement.
• AGING & OLDER ADULT SERVICES, 10 a.m., Room G-50, Irvis Office Building
o HB 2867 (Rep. Gary Day, R-Berks): Amends Title 35 (Health and Safety) to make several updates to address issues related to COVID-19 in long-term care facilities.
• ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES & ENERGY, 10 a.m., Room 60, East Wing
o Informational meeting on spill reporting requirements under the Clean Streams Law and SB 619.
• TRANSPORTATION, 10 a.m., Room B-31, Main Capitol
o HB 2646 (Rep. Parke Wentling, R-Mercer/Crawford): Amends Title 75 (Vehicles) to provide language updates relative to “Pedalcycles with Electric Assist.”
o SB 745 (Sen. Pat Stefano, R-Fayette): Amends Title 75 (Vehicles) to reform Pennsylvania’s vehicle emissions testing program.
o SB 1281 (Sen. Doug Mastriano, R-Adams/Franklin): Amends Title 75 (Vehicles) to strengthen Pennsylvania’s “Steer Clear” law.
• LOCAL GOVERNMENT, Call of the Chair, Room G-50, Irvis Office Building
o HB 2093 (Rep. Todd Polinchock, R-Bucks): Act restricting local government from certain regulation of agritourism.
o SB 494 (Sen. Scott Martin, R-Lancaster): Amends "An act authorizing political subdivisions, municipality authorities and transportation authorities to enter into contracts for the purchase of goods and the sale of real and personal property where no bids are received," to authorize political subdivisions and authorities to enter into contracts for services when two consecutive advertisements fail to induce bids.
• APPROPRIATIONS, Call of the Chair, Room 140, Main Capitol
o Agenda to be announced.
• INSURANCE, Call of the Chair, Room B-31, Main Capitol
o SB 1195 (Sen. Mario Scavello, R-Monroe): Amends the Insurance Company Law further providing for reinsurance credits.
On Wednesday the House will meet at 11 a.m. for legislative business.
Votes on Second Consideration
• HB 2352 (Rep. Seth Grove, R-York): Amends the Human Services Code to create a Pennsylvania False Claims Act.
• HB 2478 (Rep. Bill Kortz, D-Allegheny): Amends Title 75 to provide a civil penalty in place of license suspension for driving without a license.
• HB 2724 (Rep. Donna Oberlander, R-Clarion): Amends Act 586 of 1966 to clarify that only public entities can pursue prescriptive easements for the benefit of the public.
• HB 2825 (Rep. Jim Rigby, R-Cambria): Act designating the bridge, identified as Bridge Key 8680, carrying State Route 3055 over Stonycreek River in the City of Johnstown, Cambria County, as the City of Johnstown Firefighters Memorial Bridge.
• HB 2862 (Rep. Sheryl Delozier, R-Cumberland): Amends the Department of Banking and Securities Code to strengthen the independence of the Banking Fund.
• HB 2868 (Rep. Sue Helm, R-Dauphin/Lebanon) Amends the Fiscal Code to strengthen the CARES Act Mortgage and Rental Assistance Program.
• SB 940 (Sen. John DiSanto, R-Dauphin/Perry): Amends the Municipal Code and Ordinance Compliance Act to define a condemnation order and specify it shall be filed against a property and filed with the county tax claim bureau and recorder of deeds.
• SB 952 (Sen. Mike Regan, R-York/Cumberland): Amends Title 51 to update the Veterans Preference law.
• SB 995 (Sen. Dan Laughlin, R-Erie): Amends Title 75 to provide for the width of multipurpose agricultural vehicles.
• SB 1199 (Sen. Ryan Aument, R-Lancaster): Amends Title 75 further providing for Highly Automated Vehicle Advisory Committee and providing for personal delivery devices.
Votes on Third Consideration
• HB 980 (Hickernell)
• HB 2103 (Jozwiak)
• HB 2331 (Galloway)
• HB 2673 (Schmitt)
• HB 2674 (Schmitt)
• HB 2779 (Quinn)
• HB 2792 (Thomas)