HOW THEY VOTED

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

House Resolution 106: Ends Gov. Tom Wolf’s COVID-19 disaster declaration. Passed House 121-81 and passed Senate 30-20. Does not require governor’s signature to take effect.

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.

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

State Sen. Pat Stefano (R-32): Yes.

House Bill 979: Allows gun owners and gun groups to sue over local gun laws and seek cost of legal bills if they win. Passed 124-79. Goes to Senate.

Rigby: Yes.

Burns: Yes.

Metzgar: Yes.

Sankey: Yes.

House Bill 118: Changes the law governing handling of fetal remains. Passed 118-83. Goes to Senate.

Rigby: Yes.

Burns: Yes.

Metzgar: Yes.

Sankey: Yes.

Senate Bill 618: Bars government offices, schools and public universities from requiring COVID-19 vaccine and limits secretary of health’s powers. Passed 29-20. Goes to House.

Langerholc: Yes.

Stefano: Yes.

Senate Bill 516: Would make it easier for courts to use collection agencies to collect unpaid debts. Passed 34-15. Goes to House.

Langerholc: Yes.

Stefano: Yes.

– John Finnerty, jfinnerty@cnhi.com

 

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