STATE GOVERNMENT: Voting meeting of the House Judiciary Committee is Monday

Facebook
Twitter
LinkedIn
Pennsylvania State capitol building

HARRISBURG–The House Judiciary Committee will hold a voting meeting to vote on the following bills:

  • House Bill 661 – Would amend the Whistleblower Law to apply the protections of that law to employees of the judiciary.  
  • House Bill 1880 – Would propose an amendment to Article V, Section 15 of the PA Constitution to impose a limit of two terms of office for justices of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.  
  • House Bill 2141 – Would propose amendments to Article V, Sections 13(c) and 15(b) of the PA Constitution to remove judicial retention elections. 

WHEN:     Monday, Dec. 13, at 10 a.m.

WHERE:  Room 140, Majority Caucus Room, Main Capitol, Harrisburg.