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Rules & Executive Nominations 2021-2022

The Senate Rules and Executive Nominations Committee met today, April 20, 2o21, and reported out the following: 

SR 29 (Browne) This resolution provides for a temporary rule of the Senate, which would rule out of order certain amendments to supplements to the General Appropriation Bills for the fiscal year 2020-2021, and would also rule out of order certain amendments to the General Appropriation Bills for the fiscal year 2021-2022.

The resolution was reported out by a vote of 16-0.

The Senate Rules and Executive Nominations Committee met Monday, April 19, 2021 and reported out the following: 

SR 90 (K. Ward) The resolution extends the temporary emergency Rules of the Senate until May 31, 2021.

The resolution was reported out unanimously.

 

 

The Senate Rules and Executive Nominations Committee met Tuesday, March 23, 2021 and reported out the following: 

HB 14 (Gregory) The legislation is a joint resolution proposing an emergency amendment to the Pennsylvania Constitution providing for a two-year window reviving claims related to childhood sexual assault.

  • A00559 (K.Ward) – Removes the emergency constitutional amendment process from the bill. The vote on the amendment was 10-6.
  • A00575 (Muth) – Creates a statutory two-year civil window for survivors of childhood sexual assault with expire claims. The amendment was ruled out of order and Sen. Muth appealed the ruling. The vote on the appeal was 6-10.

The bill was reported out as amended by a vote of 16-0.

 

 

Senator Jay Costa

Senator Jay Costa

Committee Chair, Democratic Leader