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On the Senate, House Agenda/Bills Introduced

Here's a quick rundown on what will be waiting for the Senate and House when they return to session on June 5, plus new environmental legislation introduced.


The House will start with these bills of interest on its June 5 Calendar-- House Bill 1588 providing for the fluoridation of public water; and House Bill 2067 setting limits on state spending through a constitutional amendment, and Senate Bill 868 increasing the forest land in-lieu of tax payment.


No activity due to Memorial Day holiday.

Bills Introduced

Corn Credit: House Bill 2691 (Harris-R-Juniata) excludes corn or corn pellets to be used as an alternative fuel from Sales and Use Tax.


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