HB 73, PN 2125 (Kerwin) – The bill creates the “Operation Inherent Resolve veterans” vehicle registration plate. A vote of 49-0 was recorded.

SB 645, PN 1789 (Hughes) – The bill amends Title 53, providing for a ten-year limitation for adverse possession for lands used as community gardens in a city of the first class. A vote of 42-7 was recorded.

SB 840, PN 1676 (Brown) – The bill creates the Alzheimer’s, Dementia and Related Disorders Act, establishing a permanent Alzheimer’s Dementia and Related Disorders (ADRD) Office and ADRD Advisory Committee within the Department of Aging. A vote of 49-0 was recorded.

SB 913, PN 1788 (Langerholc) – This bill prohibits students under the age of 18 from receiving virtual mental health services in school from someone who is not a licensed mental health care professional in the Commonwealth without prior consent from their parent. A vote of 28-21 was recorded.

SB 1031, PN 1317 (A. Williams) – This bill amends the Cosmetology Law to de-license natural hair braiders and provide for natural hair braiding requirements. A vote of 49-0 was recorded.

HB 1760, PN 2144 (Hanbidge) – This legislation expands the Slayer Statute (20 Pa. C.S. 88) to include elder abuse by prohibiting individuals convicted of elder abuse from acquiring any property or benefits because of the death of the abused elder. A vote of 49-0 was recorded.

HB 829, PN 3417 (Gergley) – The bill amends the Liquor Code (P.L. 90, Act 21 of 1951) to allow for employees of different tiers of the alcohol manufacturing, distribution, and retails system to be employed by other tiers of the system. Also allows for owners of manufactures to be employed by retail licensees.

Amendment A05284 (Santarsiero) – The amendment makes a clarification that limited wineries are permitted to advertise quantity discounts to the general public. The amendment was adopted 47-2 and the bill was referred to the Senate Appropriations Committee.

The amendment passed by a vote of 47-2 and was re-referred to appropriation.

SB 1260, PN 1738 (Santarsiero) – The bill prohibits the State Treasurer, the State Employees’ Retirement System, the Public School Employees’ Retirement System and the Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement System from boycotting or divesting from Israel; and prohibiting funding to an institution of higher education that engages in a boycott against or divestment from Israel. A vote of 41-7 was recorded.