HB 325 PN 3084 (M. K. Keller): The bill makes numerous updates to the Auctioneer Licensing and Trading Assistant Registration Act. The bill eliminates ambiguities in current law and makes several updates to better oversee modern business practices. The bill was approved 50-0.
SB 717 PN 1996 (Vance): The bill amends The Professional Nursing Law to provide for changes in certified nurse practitioner requirements. The bill was initially approved 40-10. Senator Corman motioned to reconsider the vote, by which SB 717 was approved, the motion was agreed to and the bill was approved 41-9.
HB 806 PN 2948 (Causer): This bill amends the Clean and Green law to prohibit the application of use values that result in assessments higher than fair market value. The bill was approved 50-0.
HB 835 PN 3708 (Bloom): This bill designates a portion of State Route 74 in Carlisle, a bridge on a portion of State Route 4010 in Venango County, a portion of State Route 220 in Lycoming and Sullivan Counties, a portion of State Route 220 in Lycoming County, a bridge on a portion of State Route 74 over the Sherman’s Creek in Perry County, a portion of State Route 309 in Lehigh County, the pedestrian walkways on the Matsonford Bridge and a portion of State Route 1030 in Washington County. The bill was approved 50-0.
SB 1219 PN 2022 (Mensch): This bill designates a portion of State Route 663 in Montgomery County, a portion of State Route 100 in Montgomery County, a portion of a bridge in Newberry Township, a portion of a bridge on State Route 879 in Goshen Township, designates a portion of State Route 2034 in Montgomery and designates a portion of State Route 2005 in Drexel Hill. The bill was approved 50-0.
SB 18 PN 1979 (Kitchen): This legislation amends the Human Services Code by requiring individuals who are applying or renewing a license for a children’s institution must have their facility tested for lead levels in water, paint, dust and soil. Senator Kitchen offered Amendment A09531, which makes technical changes to the bill. The amendment was agreed to the bill went over as amended.