THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY
THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY
Recent Actions during the 2023 Regular Session of the General Assembly
[53 Pa.B. 4960]
[Saturday, August 12, 2023]
The following is a summary of recent actions of the General Assembly during the 2023 Regular Session:
Subject Matter 2023 General Acts of Regular Session Enacted—Act 004 through 006
004 Jul 5 S0202 PN0083 60 days Municipal Claim and Tax Lien Law—omnibus amendments 005 Jul 5 S0262 PN0833 90 days Maternal Mortality Review Act—Maternal Mortality Review Committee and purpose and duties of committee 006 Jul 11 H1031 PN1047 60 days Representative Garth Everett Muncy Access Area—designation 2023 Appropriation Acts of Regular Session Enacted—Act 002 through 010
002 Jul 11 H0614 PN1682 Immediately Bureau of Professional and Occupational Affairs—operation of professional licensure boards 003 Jul 11 H0615 PN1124 Immediately Department of Labor and Industry and Department of Community and Economic Development—expenses for Workers' Compensation Act, Pennsylvania Occupational Disease Act and Office of Small Business Advocate 004 Jul 11 H0616 PN1683 Immediately Office of Small Business Advocate—operation 005 Jul 11 H0617 PN1126 Immediately Office of Consumer Advocate—operation 006 Jul 11 H0618 PN1684 Immediately Public School Employees' Retirement Board—administrative expenses, etc. 007 Jul 11 H0619 PN1685 Immediately State Employees' Retirement Board—administrative expenses, etc. 008 Jul 11 H0620 PN1129 Immediately Philadelphia Parking Authority—operation 009 Jul 11 H0621 PN1130 Immediately Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission—operation 010 Jul 11 H0622 PN1686 Immediately Gaming Control Appropriation Act of 2023—enactment
* denotes an effective date with exceptions
Effective Dates of Statutes
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VINCENT C. DeLIBERATO, Jr.,
Legislative Reference Bureau
[Pa.B. Doc. No. 23-1067. Filed for public inspection August 11, 2023, 9:00 a.m.]
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