Senate State Government Committee
Tuesday, September 20 | 10:30 a.m.
Location: East Wing, Hearing Room 8E-A
Meeting to consider HB121, HB 1281, HB 1738, HB 2524 and SB 492, SB 1292
House Bill 121 (Ecker) – Swaps 0.043 acres of Project 70 land in Adams County between the Game Commission and the Department of Transportation to facilitate the construction of an interchange.
House Bill 1281 (Delozier) – Creates a new section §3914 (Specifications for Contracts) within Chapter 39 (Contracts for Public Works) of Title 62 (Procurement) to prohibit the awarding of contracts containing proprietary, exclusionary, or discriminatory requirements, other than those based on performance.
House Bill 1738 (Jozwiak) – Establishes a process for the review and implementation of executive orders by the President of the United States.
House Bill 2524 (Schmitt) – Amends the Right-to-Know Law, in preliminary provisions, further providing for definitions; in access, further providing for open-records officer, for
regulations and policies, for uniform form, for requests and for retention of records and providing for inmate access; in procedure, further providing for written requests, for redaction, for production of certain records and for exceptions for public records.
- Amendment ????? – Technical change to the definition of “commercial purpose”; removes “economic development authority” from the definition of “local agency”. Changes the definition of “vexatious requesters” and makes changes to Section 906 (Relief from vexatious requesters. Changes the effective date of the act to 90 days from 30 days.
Senate Bill 492 (Mastriano) – Amends the Right-to-Know Law further providing for definitions; in requirements and prohibitions, providing for Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association; in access, further providing for open-records officer, for regulations and policies, for uniform form, for requests and for retention of records and providing for inmate access.
- Amendment ????? – Deletes the section on commercial purpose and the section on inmate limitations, while making several other editorial changes. Changes the effective date of the act to 90 days from 30 days.
Senate Bill 1292 (Langerholc) – Amends the Election Code to prohibit a member of a county board of elections from serving as State Chair of a political party.