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Senate/House Agenda/Session Schedule/Bills Introduced

Here are the Senate and House Calendars and Committee meetings showing bills of interest as well as a list of new environmental bills introduced--

Session Schedule

Here is the latest voting session schedule for the Senate and House--


September 24, 25

October 1, 2, 3, 15, 16, 17

November 14 (Leadership Elections)


September 24, 25

October  1, 2, 3, 4, 15, 16, 17, 18

November 13, 14, 19, 20

Bill Calendars

House (September 24): House Bill 1659 (Pyle-R-Armstrong) providing for a uniform permit review and consideration process within DEP; Senate Bill 367 (D.White-R-Indiana) providing for mineral resource development on other state lands and providing for allocation of revenue; Senate Bill 1480 (Corman-R-Centre) providing for the 2012-13 Capital Budget; House Resolution 438 (Cruz-D-Philadelphia) urging Philadelphia to establish a waste tire removal and disposal program; House Resolution 423 (Petri-R-Bucks) directing the Legislative Budget and Finance Committee to study state funding formulas and how they impact counties;  House Resolution 505 (Preston-D-Allegheny) disapproving the PUC regulation on natural gas competition.  <> Click Here for full House Bill Calendar.

Senate (September 24): All bills on the Senate Calendar were Tabled.  <> Click Here for full Senate Bill Calendar.


House:  <>  Click Here for full House Committee Schedule.

Senate: the Appropriations Committee meets to consider House Bill 2224 (Cutler-R-Lancaster) further providing for the disposition of municipally-owned property <>  Click Here for full Senate Committee Schedule.

Bills Introduced

The following bills of interest were introduced this week--

Consumptive Water Use Fees: House Resolution 830 (Hornaman-D-Erie) directing the Legislative Budget and Finance Committee to study the use of fees for consumptive water use.


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