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Senate/House Bills Moving/Bills Introduced

The following bills and resolutions moved in the Senate this week--

Senate

Alternative Energy Investment: Special Session Senate Bill 1 (MJ.White-R-Venango), the Alternative Energy Investment Act, was amended and reported from the Senate Appropriations Committee and is now on the Senate Special Session Calendar for action.

Alternative Energy Tax Credit: Special Session Senate Bill 4 (Browne-R-Lehigh) establishing alternative energy research and development tax credits was reported from the Senate Environmental Resources and Energy Committee and is on the Senate Special Session Calendar for action.

Solar Tax Credit: Special Session Senate Bill 6 (Erickson-R-Delaware) establishing a solar installation tax credit was reported from the Senate Environmental Resources and Energy Committee and is on the Senate Special Session Calendar for action.

Sales Tax Exclusion: Special Session Senate Bill 8 (Wozniak-D-Cambria) excluding insulation and other energy conservation materials from Sales Tax was reported from the Senate Environmental Resources and Energy Committee and is on the Senate Special Session Calendar for action.

AFIG Incentives: Special Session Senate Bill 22 (Tomlinson-R-Bucks) increasing the reimbursement for alternative vehicle fuels from five to ten cents per gallon was amended and reported from the Senate Environmental Resources and Energy Committee and is on the Senate Special Session Calendar for action.

AEPS Changes: Special Session Senate Bill 25 (Waugh-R-York) adding “sugars, lignins” to the Alternative Energy Portfolio Standards was reported from the Senate Environmental Resources and Energy Committee and is on the Senate Special Session Calendar for action.

AEPS Changes: Special Session Senate Bill 31 (D.White-R-Indiana) adding a more specific definition of low-impact hydropower was amended and reported from the Senate Environmental Resources and Energy Committee and is on the Senate Special Session Calendar for action.

State Vehicle Efficiency: Special Session Senate Bill 26 (Wonderling-R-Montgomery) requiring state-owned vehicles to be fueled with biofuels was reported from the Senate Environmental Resources and Energy Committee and is on the Senate Special Session Calendar for action.

Biodiesel Mandate: Special Session Senate Bill 36 (MJ.White-R-Venango) Biodiesel Study and Production Incentive Act which will trigger mandates for the use of biodiesel based on biodiesel fuel production capacity for production sold to distributors in Pennsylvania was amended and reported from the Senate Environmental Resources and Energy Committee and is on the Senate Special Session Calendar for action.

Conservation Districts: Senate Bill 1020 (Wonderling-R-Montgomery) updating the Conservation District Law was amended and reported from the Senate Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee and is on the Senate Calendar for action.

Bills Introduced

Pharmaceutical Disposal: House Bill 2073 (O’Brien-R-Philadelphia) requiring retailers of pharmaceutical drugs to accept drugs for proper disposal.


11/30/2007

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