Pennsylvania House Democrats photo of the day collection.
House Democrats participate in a rally hosted by Cease Fire PA to call for reasonable gun law reforms and to demand action against gun violence.
Gov. Tom Wolf speaks at the Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day ceremony, which is annually on December 7, commemorating the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor as "a date which will live in infamy."
Gov. Tom Wolf joins hundreds of people in the state Capitol Rotunda for the lighting ceremony of the 2018 capitol tree, an 18-foot Douglas Fir from Crystal Spring Tree Farm in Carbon County.
Recognizing the Festival of Lights, a ceremony was held at the state Capitol to mark the beginning of Hanukkah, the eight-day Jewish celebration, which began on the evening of Sunday, Dec. 2, and ends in the evening of Monday, Dec. 10, in 2018.
The House Democratic Caucus thanks the men and women who sacrificed their lives for our country.
The House Democratic Caucus' Diversity and Inclusion Council hosts the 2nd Annual Diversity Day at the state Capitol, with performances by Rasika School of Dance and Bumbada Women Drummers, a Chinese calligrapher, and henna tattoo artist demonstrating their crafts.
“The Wall That Heals” – a traveling replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial -- is on display outside the State Capitol Building. The Pennsylvania General Assembly sponsored the event to honor those who served and to tell the story of Vietnam, one name at a time. Former Governor Tom Ridge served as the Keynote Speaker for the Opening Ceremony, while state Rep. Chris Sainato, the Democratic Chairman of the House Veterans Affairs and Emergency Preparedness Committee, attended. Mr. Ridge was the first U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security, and served as an Army staff sergeant, receiving the Bronze Star for Valor for his service in Vietnam.
State Rep. Pat Harkins hosted a House Democratic Policy Committee roundtable to discuss community health and blue zones in Erie (March 22, 2018).
Gov. Tom Wolf delivers his budget that invests in education and workforce development to a joint session of the House and Senate.
Photos from the 102nd Pennsylvania Farm Show, the largest indoor agricultural exposition under one roof in the nation.
Trevon Jenifer was honored for being a member of Team USA's gold-medal-winning wheelchair basketball team in the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. Trevon, James Glatch, head coach at Edinboro University and Trevon's family were all present for the House citation presentation.
Images from the 101st Pennsylvania Farm Show in Harrisburg, PA.
Scenes from the swearing-in ceremony, the event officially opening the General Assembly's activities for the 2017-18 legislative session.
Images from the Sixth Annual Pennsylvania EMS Memorial Service, honoring and remembering EMS providers lost in the line of duty.
Rep. Kortz meets with Whitehall seniors in Harrisburg on April 15.
Photos from the House Democratic Policy Committee Hearing hosted by state Rep. Greg Vitali on incentivizing natural gas in Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania lawmakers took the oath of office for the 2015-16 Legislative Session on Tuesday, Jan. 6. The ceremony marked the beginning of the 199th session of the General Assembly.
Tom Wolf sworn in as Pennsylvania's 47th governor. Congratulations Governor Tom Wolf.
The U.S. Navy marked the 73rd anniversary of the attacks on Pearl Harbor with a ceremony at the Pennsylvania State Capitol Building on Dec. 5.
The About Child Trauma Foundation estimates that 1 in 8 individuals in PA report 4 or more Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), which makes them two times more likely to drop out of high school. ACEs involve traumas, such as abuse, neglect and household dysfunction.
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Wednesday, March 20, 2019
HR 160 - BOYLE
HR 156 - LONGIETTI
HR 149 - BENNINGHOFF
HR 113 - MACKENZIE
Introduced As Noncontroversial Resolution Under Rule 35
HR 166 - BENNINGHOFF
HR 165 - STURLA
HR 164 - STURLA
HR 162 - LONGIETTI
HR 161 - LONGIETTI
HR 159 - MATZIE
Laid On The Table
HB 103 - MALONEY
HB 739 - Mcneill
HB 86 - MALONEY
HB 859 - BARRAR
HB 807 - RYAN
HB 529 - JOZWIAK
Re-Committed To Appropriations
HB 628 - KAUFER
HB 512 - SCHEMEL
HB 511 - SCHEMEL
HB 510 - SCHEMEL
Monday, March 25, 2019
10:00 AM Democratic Policy Committee - 418 Main Capitol
10:30 AM Labor & Industry - B31 Main Capitol
12:00 PM Gaming Oversight - G-50 Irvis Office
Tuesday, March 26, 2019
9:00 AM Human Services - G50 Irvis Office
9:30 AM Democratic Policy Committee - 418 Main Capitol
9:30 AM Game & Fisheries - 205 Ryan Office
9:30 AM Commerce - 60 East Wing
10:00 AM Judiciary - 140 Main Capitol
10:00 AM Environmental Resources & Energy - B31 Main Capitol
Wednesday, March 27, 2019
8:30 AM Environmental Resources & Energy - G50 Irvis Office
9:00 AM Children & Youth - 60 East Wing
9:00 AM Finance - B31 Main Capitol
9:00 AM Legislative Budget & Finance Committee - 8E-A East Wing
9:30 AM Aging & Older Adult Services - 205 Ryan Office
9:30 AM Local Government - G-50 Irvis Office
9:45 AM Legislative Budget & Finance Committee - 8E-A East Wing
10:00 AM Professional Licensure - B31 Main Capitol
Thursday, March 28, 2019
10:00 AM Democratic Policy Committee - York College Center 59 East Market Street York, PA 17401.
Monday, April 1, 2019
1:00 PM Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness - G50 Irvis Office
2:00 PM Democratic Policy Committee - Bucks Co. Community College Rollins Center Gallagher 275 Swamp Road NEast Wingtown, PA 18940
Documents considered on the next session day.
Posted: Wednesday, March 20, 2019
Children And Youth Bill
HB 309, PN 289
Environmental Resources And Energy Bill
HB 247, PN 999
Labor & Industry Bill
HB 785, PN 856
Local Government Bill
HB 547, PN 886
HB 374, PN 347
HR 147, PN 890
January 3, 2017
Transcript of PA House Floor Actions
January 23, 2017
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Monday, October 15, 2018
A10356 - Filed By Rep. Kaufer
A10382 - Filed By Rep. Briggs
A10329 - Filed By Rep. Lawrence
A10386 - Filed By Rep. Keefer
A10385 - Filed By Rep. Causer
Friday, October 12, 2018
A9945 - Filed By Rep. Sankey
A10338 - Filed By Rep. Kim
Thursday, October 11, 2018
A10099 - Filed By Rep. Taylor
Wednesday, October 10, 2018
A10103 - Filed By Rep. Nesbit
A10110 - Filed By Rep. Marsico
A10111 - Filed By Rep. Saccone
Tuesday, October 9, 2018
A10067 - Filed By Rep. Farry
A9937 - Filed By Rep. Jozwiak
A10030 - Filed By Rep. Grove
A9950 - Filed By Rep. Greiner
A9486 - Filed By Rep. Ryan
A10077 - Filed By Rep. Kim
A9948 - Filed By Rep. Wheatley
A10046 - Filed By Rep. Metcalfe
A9932 - Filed By Rep. Marsico
Master, Roll Call
196 YEAS 0 NAYS 5 LVE
HB 512, Final Passage
HB 511, Final Passage
HB 510, Final Passage
HB 97, Final Passage
194 YEAS 0 NAYS 6 LVE
HB 617, Final Passage
193 YEAS 0 NAYS 7 LVE
HB 584, Final Passage
HB 425, Final Passage
192 YEAS 1 NAYS 7 LVE
HB 396, Final Passage
HB 395, Final Passage
HB 393, Final Passage
HB 330, Final Passage
HB 297, Final Passage
193 YEAS 1 NAYS 6 LVE
HB 280, Final Passage
HB 138, Final Passage
HR 110, Resolution Vote
HB 64, Final Passage
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