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On the Record: How legislators voted

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Washington

No legislation was passed last week in the U.S. Congress.

Pennsylvania

The PA Senate is on recess until Sept 18.

The PA House is on recess until Sept 26.

PA Senate

Aug. 30, Executive Nominations-Nominations to State Board of Barber Examiners, Public School Employees Retirement Board, PA Public Utility Commission, and State Employees Retirement Board. Passed 47-0-3.

Jarrett Coleman, R, Yes

Frank A. Farry, R, Yes

Steven J. Santersiero, D, Yes

Aug. 30, SB 829 PN 1014 Act authorizing the Department of General Services, with the approval of the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission and the Governor, to grant and convey certain easements through and across lands of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Passed 47-0-3.

Jarrett Coleman, R, Yes

Frank A. Farry, R, Yes

Steven J. Santarsiero, D, Yes

Aug. 30, SB 757 PN 1058 (Final Passage) An Act amending the act of April 9, 1929 (P.L.343, No.176), known as The Fiscal Code, in Treasury Department, establishing the Pennsylvania Award for Student Success Scholarship Program and the Pennsylvania Award for Student Success Scholarship Fund. Passed 28-19-3.

Jarrett Coleman, R, Yes

Frank A. Farry, R, Yes

Steven J. Santarsiero, D, No

Aug. 30, HB 1300 An Act amending the act of April 9, 1929 (P.L.343, No.176) (Final Passage), known as The Fiscal Code, in disposition of abandoned and unclaimed property, further providing for claim for property paid or delivered; in oil and gas wells, further providing for Oil and Gas Lease Fund; in human services, providing for child support costs and fees; providing for Statewide Quality Care Assessment and for Pennsylvania Long-Term Care Council. Passed 29-18-3.

Jarrett Coleman, R, Yes

Frank A. Farry, R, Yes

Steven J. Santarsiero, D, No

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