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PA Bulletin, Doc. No. 22-1036



Recent Actions during the 2022 Regular Session of the General Assembly

[52 Pa.B. 3931]
[Saturday, July 16, 2022]

 The following is a summary of recent actions of the General Assembly during the 2022 Regular Session:

Date of 
Printer's Number Effective
Subject Matter
2022 General Acts of Regular Session Enacted—Act 022 through 030
022 Jun 10 H0889 PN0880 60 days Professional Nursing Law—examinations and certificates
023 Jun 10 H1560PN3125 60 days Multiple designations in multiple counties and repeals—designation
024 Jun 10 H2051 PN3138 Immediately Conveyance—Commonwealth property in multiple counties and repeals
025 Jun 27 H1849 PN2092 Immediately Real Estate Licensing and Registration Act—continuing education
026 Jun 27 H2496 PN3234Immediately Conveyance—Commonwealth property in multiple counties
027 Jun 27 S0915 PN1757 Immediately Capital Budget Project Itemization Act of 2021-2022—enactment
028 Jun 27 S0403 PN0394 Immediately* Fish (30 Pa.C.S.)—period of registration
029 Jun 27 S0709 PN1761 Immediately CMV Education and Newborn Screening Act—enactment
030 Jun 30 H2401 PN3331Immediately Health Care Facilities Act—licensure, COVID-19 Regulatory Flexibility Authority and repeals
2022 Vetoes of Regular Session of Bills—Veto 005
005 Jun 21 HCRRR1 Regulation # 6-349 House Concurrent Regulatory Review Resolution Number 1—Department of Education's Final-Form Regulation 6-349

* denotes an effective date with exceptions

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[Pa.B. Doc. No. 22-1036. Filed for public inspection July 15, 2022, 9:00 a.m.]

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