Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 1968 – Legislative History
Special Emergency Legislation
|1975 Bill History 1975 Joint Resolution No.2|
HB 1762 By Representatives IRVIS, BUTERA, FINEMAN, PETRARCA, GEESEY,
O’CONNELL, LEHR, ANDERSON, DININNI, HEPFORD, LYNCH, MANMILLER, SPENCER,
SCHEAFFER, W. W. FOSTER, HILL, BRANDT, TURNER, REED, NOYE, CIMINI,
GRIECO, CESSAR, McCUE, KLINGAMAN, A. C. FOSTER JR., O’BRIEN, MOEHLMANN,
McCALL, GOODMAN, SHUPNIK, DeVERTER, W. D. HUTCHINSON, MUSTO, COHEN,
SCHMITT, MENHORN and DORR.
Printer’s No. 2256.
A Joint Resolution proposing an emergency Constitutional amendment to the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania granting the General Assembly the power to enact special laws to aid certain individuals, corporations, associations, institutions or nonpublic schools adversely affected by conditions caused by certain storms or floods.
Introduced September 30, 1975
Amended, Sept. 30, 1975
Adopted, Sept. 30, 1975 (190-0)
In the Senate
Laid on the table, Sept. 30, 1975
Removed from table, October 1, 1975
Adopted, Oct. 1, 1975 (48-0)
Signed in House, Oct. 1, 1975
Signed in Senate, Oct. 2, 1975
Filed in the Office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth, Oct. 2, 1975
Pamphlet Laws Resolution No. 2
Passed Sessions of 1975
Approved by the Electorate, Nov. 4, 1975 (1,241,622 – 594,254)