Post Session Report ::Wednesday, June 28, 2017

SB 680 PN 1028 (Browne):  This bill appropriates the administrative costs of the State Employees Retirement System (SERS) for the 2017-18 fiscal year. The bill was approved 50-0.

SB 681 PN 1029 (Browne):   This bill appropriates the administrative costs of the Public School Employee’s Retirement System (PSERS) for the 2017-18 fiscal year. The bill was approved 50-0.

SB 682 PN 803 (Browne): This bill makes an appropriation from the Professional Licensure Augmentation Account and from restricted revenue accounts within the General Fund to the Department of State for operations. The bill was approved 50-0.

SB 683 PN 804 (Browne): This bill provides for appropriations from the Workmen’s Compensation Administration Fund to the Department of Labor and Industry and to the Office of the Small Business Advocate within the Department of Community and Economic Development. The bill was approved 50-0.

SB 684 PN 1030 (Browne): This bill makes an appropriation from the General Fund’s restricted revenue account to the Public Utility Commission (PUC). The bill was approved 50-0.

SB 685 PN 806 (Browne): This bill makes an appropriation from a restricted revenue fund to the Office of Consumer Advocate in the Office of the Attorney General. The bill was approved 50-0.

SB 686 PN 1031 (Browne): This bill makes an appropriation from a restricted revenue account within the General Fund to the Office of the Small Business Advocate in the Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED). The bill was approved 50-0.

SB 687 PN 1032 (Browne): This bill appropriates money from the State Gaming Fund to the Attorney General, Department of Revenue, State Police and Gaming Control Board for expenses relating to gaming activities in the Commonwealth. The bill was approved 50-0.

SB 688 PN 1033 (Browne): This bill makes appropriations to the Philadelphia Parking Authority (PPA). The bill was approved 50-0.

HB 239 PN 2005 (Toepel): This legislation creates the Rare Disease Advisory Council Act which would coordinate statewide efforts for the study of the incidence and prevalence of rare diseases within this Commonwealth. The bill was approved 50-0.

SB 383 PN 1034 (White): This bill would allow school districts to adopt policies allowing certain school employees to access firearms in schools.  The bill was approved 28-22.

SB 458 PN 711 (Argall): This bill amends The Public Utility code by establishing stricter enforcement of unregulated movers operating in the state, and creates penalties for the same.  The bill was approved 50-0.

SB 529 PN 854 (Wagner):  This bill amends Title 18 (Crimes and Offenses) to provide for the sealing of criminal records for individuals with charges not leading to convictions. The bill was approved 50-0.

SB 662 PN 1027 (Bartolotta): This bill amends Title 18 (Crimes and Offenses) to create the offense of drug delivery resulting in serious bodily injury. The bill was approved 50-0.

SB 691 PN 849 (Hutchinson): This bill clarifies that a person returning to his or her municipality of permanent residence following active military service is qualified for election to, or appointment to fill a vacancy in, a locally elected office without restarting a one year residency period. The bill was approved 50-0.