Votes may be held anytime after bills have had their committee hearings, and prior notice of voting sessions are rare. The following priority bills that have been heard need calls to lawmakers now:

House Appropriations Committee

  • Immigration – HB 262 - Higher Education - Tuition Rates – Exemptions [expansion of DREAM Act]

House Economic Matters Committee

  • Economic Justice - HB 166 - Labor and Employment - Payment of Wages - Minimum Wage and Enforcement (Fight for Fifteen)
  • Economic Justice - HB 341 - Labor and Employment – Family and Medical Leave Insurance Program – Establishment (Time to Care Act of 2019)

House Health and Government Operations Committee

  • Police Accountability – HB 413 - Public Information Act - Personnel and Investigatory Records - Formal Complaints Against Public Employees [investigations of police misconduct made public]
  • Death with Dignity – HB 399 - End-of-Life Option Act (Richard E. Israel and Roger 'Pip' Moyer Act)

Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee

  • Immigration – SB 144 - Victims and Witnesses - U Nonimmigrant Status - Certification of Victim Helpfulness
  • Immigration – SB 742 - State and Local Government - Correctional Units - Detention Agreements and Contracting for Privatization of Facilities

House Judiciary Committee

  • Immigration – HB 214 - Victims and Witnesses - U Nonimmigrant Status - Certification of Victim Helpfulness
  • Restorative Justice – HB 294 - Correctional Services - Diminution Credits – Education
  • Death with Dignity – HB 399 - End-of-Life Option Act (Richard E. Israel and Roger 'Pip' Moyer Act)

 

 

For a full list of priority bills filed to date, their status and actions to take, please click here