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PA Bill Number: HB829

Title: In preliminary provisions, further providing for definitions;

Description: An Act amending the act of April 12, 1951 (P.L.90, No.21), known as the Liquor Code, in preliminary provisions, further providing for definitions;

Last Action: Act No. 57 of 2024

Last Action Date: Jul 15, 2024

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Proposed Pennsylvania House Legislation HB2370

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Title: In preliminary provisions, providing for advertising and sponsorships; in charter schools, further providing for definitions, for charter school requirements and for funding for charter schools, providing for funding for cyber charter schools, for cyber charter school requirements, for powers and composition of board of trustees and for educational management service providers, further providing for powers and duties of department and for assessment and evaluation, providing for annual reports and public reporting and for fund balance limits, further providing for cyber charter school requirements and prohibitions and for school district and intermediate unit responsibilities, providing for access to other schools' facilities, further providing for establishment of cyber charter school, providing for renewals, for charter amendments and for causes for nonrenewal, revocation or termination, further providing for State Charter School Appeal Board review, for cyber charter school application and for enrollment and notification, providing for enrollment parameters and for enrollee wellness checks and further providing for applicability of other provisions of this act and of other acts and regulations; and, in reimbursements by Commonwealth and between school districts, further providing for student-weighted basic education funding, providing for adequacy and tax equity supplements and for accountability to Commonwealth taxpayers and further providing for Pennsylvania accountability grants.

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Description: An Act amending the act of March 10, 1949 (P.L.30, No.14), known as the Public School Code of 1949, in preliminary provisions, providing for advertising and sponsorships; in charter schools, further providing for definitions, for charter school requirements and for funding for charter schools, providing for funding for cyber charter schools, for cyber charter school requirements, for powers and composition of board of trustees and for educational management service providers, further providing for powers and duties of department and for assessment and evaluation, providing for annual reports and public reporting and for fund balance limits, further providing for cyber charter school requirements and prohibitions and for school district and intermediate unit responsibilities, providing for access to other schools' facilities, further providing for establishment of cyber charter school, providing for renewals, for charter amendments and for causes for nonrenewal, revocation or termination, further providing for State Charter School Appeal Board review, for cyber charter school application and for enrollment and notification, providing for enrollment parameters and for enrollee wellness checks and further providing for applicability of other provisions of this act and of other acts and regulations; and, in reimbursements by Commonwealth and between school districts, further providing for student-weighted basic education funding, providing for adequacy and tax equity supplements and for accountability to Commonwealth taxpayers and further providing for Pennsylvania accountability grants.

Session: 2023-2024 Regular Session

Last Action: Referred to EDUCATION

Last Action Date: June 12, 2024

Link: https://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/billinfo/bill_history.cfm?syear=2023&sind=0&body=H&type=B&bn=2370

Sponsors

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76 sponsors: Michael Sturla (D); Peter Schweyer (D); Mary Isaacson (D); Joanna McClinton (D); Matthew Bradford (D); Jordan Harris (D); Daniel Miller (D); Tina Davis (D); Michael Schlossberg (D); Leanne Krueger-Braneky (D); Ryan Bizzarro (D); Kyle Donahue (D); Ben Sanchez (D); Carol Hill-Evans (D); Jeanne McNeill (D); David Delloso (D); Jose Giral (D); Ismail Smith-Wade-El (D); Elizabeth Fiedler (D); Tarah Probst (D); Tarik Khan (D); Paul Takac (D); Danielle Otten (D); Aerion Abney (D); Robert Freeman (D); Mark Rozzi (D); Morgan Cephas (D); Jason Dawkins (D); Malcolm Kenyatta (D); Jared Solomon (D); Melissa Shusterman (D); Heather Boyd (D); Joseph Hohenstein (D); Christopher Rabb (D); James Haddock (D); Liz Hanbidge (D); Regina Young (D); Justin Fleming (D); Darisha Parker (D); Donna Bullock (D); Eddie Pashinski (D); James Prokopiak (D); Lindsay Powell (D); Stephen Kinsey (D); Rick Krajewski (D); Napoleon Nelson (D); Paul Friel (D); Joseph Ciresi (D); Lisa Borowski (D); Johanny Cepeda-Freytiz (D); Christopher Pielli (D); Ed Neilson (D); Mary Jo Daley (D); Scott Conklin (D); Melissa Cerrato (D); Jennifer O'Mara (D); Kristine Howard (D); Carol Kazeem (D); Danilo Burgos (D); Benjamin Waxman (D); Gina Curry (D); Robert Merski (D); Patty Kim (D); Joshua Siegel (D); Stephen Samuelson (D); Timothy Briggs (D); Patrick Harkins (D); Nancy Guenst (D); Emily Kinkead (D); David Madsen (D); Joseph Webster (D); Steven Malagari (D); Kevin Boyle (D); Perry Warren (D); Dan Williams (D); Roni Green (D)

History
Chamber Date Action
Senate Jun 12, 2024 Referred to EDUCATION
House Jun 10, 2024 Re-reported as committed
Senate Jun 10, 2024 In the Senate
House Jun 10, 2024 Third consideration and final passage (107-94)
House Jun 5, 2024 Second consideration (104-98)
House Jun 5, 2024 Re-reported as committed
House Jun 5, 2024 Re-committed to APPROPRIATIONS
House Jun 4, 2024 Re-committed to RULES
House Jun 4, 2024 First consideration
House Jun 4, 2024 Reported as committed
House Jun 3, 2024 Referred to EDUCATION
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Description Vote Date Yea Votes Nay Votes Absent Passed Rating Comments
06/10/2024 107 94 2 Yes
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06/10/2024 22 15 0 Yes
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06/5/2024 18 15 0 Yes
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06/5/2024 104 98 1 Yes
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06/4/2024 14 11 0 Yes
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06/4/2024 11 14 0 No
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