HB 360, PN 3657 (Topper) – Eliminates the ability to marry under the age of 18. Senator Costa offered amendment A05351 which fixes a technical reference for recertification of school employees’ FBI check. The amendment was agreed to by a voice vote. The bill was approved by a vote of 50-0.
SB 368, PN 1383 (Boscola) – This legislation will require regular reporting of any infant born with an addiction to opioids or other illegal substances within the Commonwealth to the Department of Human Services. A vote a 50-0 was recorded.
SB 863, PN 1224 (Scavello) – This bill amends Chapter 13 (Hotels) of Title 48 (Lodging and Housing) to include campground owners. Senator Scavello offered amendment A05333 which exempts the DCNR and recreational vehicle or tent camping sites in Pennsylvania State Parks from the bill. The amendment was agreed to by a voice vote. The bill was approved by a vote of 50-0.
SB 934, PN 1515 (Laughlin) – This bill would provide for placement of smoke detectors on each floor and the basement of family child care homes and require the PA Department of Human Services to include such smoke detectors in its inspections. A vote of 50-0 was recorded.
SB 935, PN 1516 (Laughlin) – This legislation would amend the Fire and Panic act by requiring all family childcare facilities to have interconnected smoke detection devices. This legislation aims to provide for the safety of persons employed, housed, or assembled in certain buildings and structures. A vote of 50-0 was recorded.
SB 1110, PN 1659 (K. Ward) – The bill amends the Disease Prevention and Control Law of 1955 to require the release of individually identifiable health information to 911 centers, law enforcement officers, fire department personnel and emergency medical services personnel in each county of the commonwealth. Under a proclamation of disaster emergency issued by the Governor that is based on a communicable disease, the Secretary of Health or local health authority shall release individually identifiable health information to certain entities within 24 hours of a confirmed case. Senator Killion offered amendment 05376 which adds definitions and provides for reports by physicians who treat persons with communicable diseases. The amendment was agreed to by a voice vote. The bill was approved by a vote of 47-3.
SB 1119, PN 1662 (Baker) – Suspends the statute of limitations and filing deadlines for court cases for 30 days after the expiration of the Judicial emergency. A vote of 50-0 was recorded.
SB 1120, PN 1663 (Baker) – Suspends the payment of court costs, fines, and restitution for 30 days after the expiration of the Judicial emergency. A vote of 50-0 was recorded.