Tuesday, May 14, 2019
Human Services, 9 a.m., B-31, Main Capitol
• HB 672 (Rep. Jason Ortitay, R-Allegheny/Washington): Would provide for parental authority over a minor's mental health treatment.
• HB 1052 (Rep. Eric Nelson, R-Westmoreland): Would amend the administrative code to provide for duties of the Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs (DDAP) with respect to persons who leave addiction treatment against medical advice.
• HR 193 (Rep. Jeanne McNeill, D-Lehigh): Would direct the Joint State Government Commission (JSGC) to conduct a study on the shortage of mental health providers in the Commonwealth.
Game and Fisheries, 9:15 a.m., G-50, Irvis Office Building
• HB 1188 (Rep. Parke Wentling, R-Mercer/Crawford/Erie/Lawrence): Would remove restrictions on night vision optics for hunting.
• HB 1380 (Rep. Karen Boback, R-Luzerne/Lackawanna/Wyoming): Would provide for fishing license and hunting license reciprocity for active duty military members and disabled veterans.
Children and Youth, 9:30 a.m., Room 60, East Wing
• Public hearing on older foster youth permanency.
Health, 9:30 a.m., Room 205, Ryan Office Building
• HB 397 (Rep. Kurt Masser, R-Northumberland/Columbia/Montour): Would amend the Health Care Facilities Act to allow residents or representative of a resident to place electronic monitoring devices in rooms with appropriate notices and consent of the facility and other residents.
• HB 783 (Rep. Jim Marshall, R-Beaver/Butler): Would establish the infant CPR and Choking Education and Prevention Program.
• HB 1005 (Rep. Jim Cox, R-Berks/Lancaster): Would amend the Achieving Better Care by Monitoring All Prescriptions Program (ABC-MAP) Act to include the administration of naloxone in a patient’s record on the ABC-MAP database.
• HB 1214 (Rep. Jim Struzzi, R-Indiana): Would require pain management clinics to register with the state and enhance specific requirements for pain management clinics.
• HR 268 (Rep. Jim Struzzi, R-Indiana): Would direct Joint State Government Commission to study a variety of behavioral health resources.
Environmental Resources and Energy, 10 a.m., G-50, Irvis Office Building
• Informational meeting on the demand response industry in Pennsylvania.
Urban Affairs, 10 a.m., B-31, Main Capitol
• HB 71 (Rep. Greg Rothman, R-Cumberland): Would allow a landlord to request the issuance of an order for possession immediately after the rendition of judgment.
• HB 122 (Rep. William Kortz, D-Allegheny): Would require disclosure of interior mold in home inspection reports.
• HB 342 (Rep. Angel Cruz, D-Philadelphia): Would increase fines relating to the disposal of waste tires in cities.
Judiciary, Call of the Chair, G-50, Irvis Office Building
• HB 360 (Rep. Jesse Topper, R-Bedford/Franklin/Fulton): Sets age 18 as the minimum age for obtaining a marriage license.
• HB 365 (Rep. Martina White, R-Philadelphia): Would add a new section to crime code addressing long-term trespassing by “squatters”.
• HB 1402 (Rep. Tedd Nesbit, R-Mercer/Butler): Would establish the offense of sexual extortion.
State Government, Call of the Chair, Room 60, East Wing
• HB 1379 (Rep. Jim Rigby, R-Cambria/Somerset): Would repeal a 1935 law which places restrictions to when polo can be played on Sundays.
• HB 1405 (Rep. John Hershey, R-Juniata/Franklin/Mifflin): Would repeal a 1935 law which places restrictions to when tennis can be played on Sundays.
• SB 190 (Sen. Patrick Stefano, R-Fayette/Somerset/Westmoreland): Would authorize the conveyance of land in Somerset Township, Somerset County.
Tourism and Recreational Development
• HB 448 (Rep. Aaron Kaufer, R-Luzerne): Would add additional members to the Pennsylvania Commission for the United States Semiquincentennial.
• HB 787 (Rep. Doyle Heffley, R-Carbon): Would require online hosting platforms that facilitate the booking of overnight lodging in Pennsylvania to register with the Department of Revenue.
On Tuesday, session will begin at 11 a.m.
Votes on Second Consideration:
• HB 1184 (Rep. Stan Saylor, R-York): Would move block grant descriptions and language regarding the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency, which is traditionally contained in the General Appropriations Act, to General Budget Implementation section of the Fiscal Code.
• HB 770 (Rep. Anthony DeLuca, D-Allegheny): Would require pharmacy technicians to be registered with the State Board of Pharmacy.
• HB 1172 (Rep. David Hickernell, R-Lancaster/Dauphin): Would require the licensing boards and commissions under the Bureau of Professional and Occupational Affairs (BPOA) to provide licensure by endorsement for applicants who hold similar licenses in other states.
• HB 102 (Rep. David Maloney, R-Berks): Would allow for expanded availability of hunter education courses in public schools.
• HB1037 (Rep. John Lawrence, R-Lancaster/Chester): Would clarify the legal status of wedding barns that meet prescribed fire and safety standards.
• HB 1277 (Rep. Jason Ortitay, R-Allegheny/Washington): Would exempt fines, fees and costs under the Dog Law from being transferred to the Judicial Computer System Augmentation Account.
Votes on Third Consideration:
• HB 1335 (Rep. Matt Gabler, R-Clearfield/Elk): Would repeal obsolete portions of the Private Road Law (Act 169 of 1836).
• HB 68 (Rep. Frank Ryan, R-Lebanon): Would amend the Unemployment Compensation Law to extend the time period for an employer to request relief from charges from 15 days to 30 days.
• HB 827 (Rep. Jonathan Fritz, R-Wayne/Susquehanna): Would establish the Delaware River Basin Commission Eminent Domain Activity Act to ensure owners of oil and gas estates in the impacted counties are entitled to just compensation by the commission.
• HB 1346 (Masser)
• SB 441 (Phillips-Hill)
• HB 1196 (Rep. Patrick Harkins, D-Erie): Would amend the Public School Code by updating outdated terminology to conform with modern usage.
• HB 321 (Rep. Kate Klunk, R-York): Amends the Abortion Control Act to prohibit the abortion of any child solely due to a diagnosis of possible Down Syndrome.