Weekly Wrap-Up of Bills Passed in the PA House

Bills passed in the #PAHouse during the week of Jan. 20, 2020

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Human Trafficking is Modern-Day Slavery

Currently, Pennsylvania is ranked in the top ten human trafficking states nationally. PA House Republicans are leading the way in working to arm prosecutors and law enforcement with every tool possible to take down human traffickers and end this exploitation of innocent victims across Pennsylvania.

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Improving PA's Parole and Probation System

Legislation in the Smart Justice package will modernize Pennsylvania’s probation and parole system to better enable rehabilitation and reward those individuals who show they have rehabilitated by getting them out of the criminal justice system quicker – with the tools to succeed.

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Helpers and Heroes

Pennsylvania faces a years-in-the-making public safety crisis. Fire and emergency medical services (EMS) companies are being forced to close, reducing the services provided to our communities.

Plan of Action to Help

Government Done Right

It’s past time to install an update to end the Pennsylvania government dysfunction. Government Done Right means upgrading to a more effective and efficient government while providing core services. From repealing out-of-date laws, to reexamining the effectiveness of some state boards and commissions, the #PAHouse will work on a much-needed government update.

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Session Schedule

The Pennsylvania House of Representatives will return to voting session
at 1 p.m. on Monday, February 3, 2020.

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Legislative Audit Advisory Commission to Release 2019 Audit

Jan. 28, 2020 /

WHAT: Rep. Mark Keller (R-Perry/Cumberland), chairman of the Legislative Audit Advisory Commission (LAAC), and other LAAC members will meet to review and accept the audit for Fiscal Year 2018-19. LAAC is charged with conducting the annual financial audit of the General Assembly as required by Article VIII, Section 10 of the Constitution of Pennsylvania. Audits are conducted in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards.

House Republicans Focus on Creating Sound Fiscal Policies to Protect Taxpayers

Jan. 27, 2020 /

Constitutionally, Pennsylvania’s General Assembly is required to create a balanced budget each year. After months of proposals, hearings and negotiations, the House and the Senate vote on a budget before it moves to the governor for his signature. Of course, most people know the process is not that straightforward.

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Budget Hearing Schedule

The PA House Appropriations Committee will hold a series of budget hearings to examine the 2020-21 state budget proposal.

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Sheryl M. Delozier
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