A DAILY LOOK AT HISTORIC LEGISLATION

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Historic Legislation Passed on February 9

 

1984

 

HB 529: An Act amending the “Liquor Code,” approved April 12, 1951 (P. L. 90, No. 21), permitting the sale of liquor that is part of a decedent’s estate.

 

Approved by Governor Dick Thornburgh

 

For the full version of this piece of legislation, click here.

 

 

1988

 

SB 948: An Act providing for low-level radioactive waste disposal; further providing for powers and duties of the Department of Environmental Resources and the Environmental Quality Board; providing for siting of low-level radioactive waste disposal facilities and for the licensing of operators thereof; establishing certain funds and accounts for the benefit of host municipalities and the general public; establishing the Low-Level Waste Advisory Committee and providing for its powers and duties; providing for membership on the Appalachian States Low-Level Radioactive Waste Commission; requiring certain financial assurances; providing enforcement procedures; providing penalties; making repeals; and making appropriations.

 

Approved by Governor Robert Casey

 

For the full version of this piece of legislation, click here.

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