Pennsylvania Capitol with flag

This Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015, file photo shows the Pennsylvania Capitol building in Harrisburg. 

This feature tracks the votes of area lawmakers on bills before the General Assembly in Harrisburg during the past week.

Region House Bill 1001: Would set regulations for human milk banks. Passed 191-1. Goes to Senate.

• State Rep. James Rigby (R-71): Yes.

• State Rep. Frank Burns (D-72): Yes.

• State Rep. Carl Metzgar (R-69): Yes.

• State Rep. Tommy Sankey (R-73): Yes.

House Bill 360: Would set 18 as the minimum age for marriage. Passed 195-0. Goes to Senate.

• Rigby: Yes.

• Burns: Yes.

• Metzgar: Yes.

• Sankey: Yes.

House Bill 1402: Would create the criminal offense of sexual extortion. Passed 195-0. Goes to Senate.

• Rigby: Yes.

• Burns: Yes.

• Metzgar: Yes.

• Sankey: Yes.

Senate Bill 139: Would change rules regarding price gouging during emergencies. Passed 31-17. Goes to House.

• State Sen. Wayne Langerholc (R-35): Yes.

• State Sen. Pat Stefano (R-32): Yes.

Senate Bill 500: Would create county probation and parole advisory committee. Passed 48-0. Goes to House.

• Langerholc: Yes.

• Stefano: Yes.

John Finnerty is based in Harrisburg and covers state government and politics. Follow him on Twitter @CNHIPA.

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