PA Bill Number: SB897
Title: In sentencing, further providing for sentences for certain drug offenses committed with firearms.
Description: In sentencing, further providing for sentences for certain drug offenses committed with firearms. ...
Last Action: Referred to JUDICIARY
Last Action Date: Oct 15, 2019
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This legislation would require 'consecutive' sentencing for firearms charges for violent criminals.
Title: In sentencing, further providing for sentences for offenses committed with firearms.
Description: An Act amending Title 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in sentencing, further providing for sentences for offenses committed with firearms.
Session: 2019-2020 Regular Session
Last Action: Laid on the table
Last Action Date: September 24, 2019
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10 sponsors: Anthony DeLuca (D); Aaron Bernstine (R); Mary Isaacson (D); Todd Stephens (R); Rich Irvin (R); Harry Readshaw (D); Stephen Barrar (R); Frank Farry (R); William Kortz (D); Joseph Webster (D)
|House||Sep 24, 2019||Reported as committed|
|House||Sep 24, 2019||First consideration|
|House||Sep 24, 2019||Laid on the table|
|House||Mar 6, 2019||Referred to JUDICIARY|
|Introduced||not available||state bill text||bill text|
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|Description||Vote Date||Yea Votes||Nay Votes||Absent||Passed||Rating||Comments|
|House Judiciary: Report Bill As Committed||09/24/2019||17||8||0||Yes|
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