Meeting to consider SB 565, SB 764, SB 869, SB 940, HB 256, HB 1841, and HB 1910

Senate Appropriations Committee

June 30, 2020 | 10:45 a.m. (Time approx.)

Off the Floor (Senate Chamber and Virtual Participation)

 

SB 565 (Farnese) Amends Title 75 to establish protected pedestrian plaza and pedalcycle lanes.

SB 764 (Brooks) Amends the Telemarketer Registration Act to limit robocalls and prohibit spoofing.

SB 869 (Mastriano) Amends the Public School Code to provide for a moment of silence on the anniversary of September 11, 2001.

SB 940 (DiSanto) Amends the Municipal Code and Ordinance Compliance Act to provide for the filing of condemnation order against a property with the tax claim bureau and the recorder of deeds.

HB 256 (Metzgar) Amends section 2703(a) of the Crimes Code to provide that a prisoner commits a felony of the second degree if he assaults a detention or correctional facility employee by means likely to produce bodily injury.

HB 1841 (Readshaw) Creates Chapter 73 in Title 44 to require the Municipal Police Officers’ Education and Training Commission to maintain a database containing the circumstances surrounding a law enforcement officer’s separation form service and to compel law enforcement agencies to disclose such records.

HB 1910 (Williams) Amends Title 53 to provide that municipal police officers receive training in recognizing and reporting child abuse and interacting with individuals of diverse backgrounds and also amends Title 42 to provide additional training in child abuse for magisterial district judges.

HB 2455 (Lawrence) Amends the Administrative Code to add Article XXI-C COVID-19 Emergency Testing Plan and Reporting.