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Historic Legislation Passed on April 7

 

1976

 

SB 1280: An Act amending the act of December 3, 1959 (P. L. 1688, No. 621), entitled, as amended, “Housing Finance Agency Law,” changing the membership of the agency, granting additional powers to the agency, limiting the powers of the agency to issue bond anticipation notes and make rental housing program mortgage loans, requiring approval of the Governor for the issuance of bonds and notes, requiring notices to the Governor and to the General Assembly in additional instances and empowering the agency to establish separate capital reserve funds and accounts.

 

Approved by Governor Milton Shapp

 

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1982

 

HB 179: An Act relating to noxious weeds; creating a Noxious Weed Control Committee and defining its powers and duties; imposing powers and duties on the Secretary of Agriculture and municipalities; providing penalties; and making a repeal.

 

Approved by Governor Dick Thornburgh

 

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