Children and Youth Committee Hearing (part 1 of 2)

Sep. 26, 2018

Voting meeting on HB 2641, SB 1129. (part 1 of 2 meetings on this date)

Children and Youth Committee Hearing (part 2 of 2 for this date)

Sep. 26, 2018

Voting meeting on HB 2641, SB 1129; (Part 2 of 2)

Human Services Committee

Sep. 26, 2018

Public hearing to learn more about the role and importance of short and long term licensed residential addiction treatment and to provide addiction treatment for pregnant women, women with dependent children, veterans, homeless individuals, low-level drug offenders and others..

State Government Committee

Sep. 25, 2018

Voting meeting on HB 2105, SB 1078 and any other business that may come before the committee.

Urban Affairs, Finance & Local Government Committee

Sep. 25, 2018

Discussion of House Bill 2557; prohibiting a commuter tax in Harrisburg.

Rep. Marguerite Quinn Press Conference

Sep. 24, 2018

Pa. State Rep. Marguerite Quinn hosts a rally in support of her House Bill 2060, a bill which mandates via a judge's decision that violent abusers relinquish their guns to a 3rd party supervisor.

Rep. Rosemary Brown Press Conference

Sep. 24, 2018

Rep. Rosemary Brown (R-Monroe/Pike) hosted a press conference in the Capitol Media Center on Monday, Sept. 24, to discuss her hands-free driving legislation, House Bill 1684.

Labor and Industry Committee

Sep. 24, 2018

Voting meeting on HB 297, HB 861, HB 1781, HB 2571 and HB 2593 and any other business that may come before the committee.

Veterans Affairs and Emergency Preparedness Committee

Sep. 24, 2018

Joint informational meeting on Certification of Fire Equipment Distributors pursuant to SB1178 and similar bills.

Rep. Schemel's Press Conference on Past Child Sexual Assault Case Resolution

Sep. 17, 2018

In an effort to provide a reasonable alternative to civil lawsuits in child sex abuse cases, Rep. Paul Schemel is sponsoring legislation that would uncover the truth and compensate victims. His proposal would create a “Truth and Restoration Commission” to hear testimony from victims and institutions responsible for the abuse. The state commission would then financially compensate victims from a funding pool supported by contributions from those institutions.