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Scope and Contents The 2003-2004 Commerce Committee held public hearings on the following issues:� Home Equity Conversion Mortgage Practices, Identity Theft and Credit Card Debt, House Bill 2150 (Payday Lending), House Bill 2639 (Criterion/Commonwealth Contract Outsourcing) and House Bill 2725 (Firefighter Homeownership Assistance Program).� Informational Meetings were held on Governor Rendell’s Economic Stimulus Package, Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency (PHFA), and Pennsylvania Technical Assistance Program...
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Scope and Contents The Commerce Committee records for the 2005-2006 Session. The Republican Party was in Majority. The Chairs were George Hasay (Majority) and Joseph Markosek (Minority). The Chairs of the Subcommittee on Financial Services and Banking were Thomas Creighton (Majority) and Larry Roberts (Minority). The Chairs of the Subcommittee on Housing were Ronald Miller (Majority) and Harold James (Minority). The Chairs of the Subcommittee on Economic Development were Mike Turzai (Majority) and Jim...
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Scope and Contents The 2007-2008 Session Commerce Committee handled all typical topics addressed by the Commerce Committee, however, they also addressed some issues specific to this session. For example, at the forefront of the Committee's concerns were the mortgage problems which the entire nation faced during this time. The Committee dealt with a package of six bills (House Bills 1079, 1080, 1081, 1082, 1083 and 1084) known as the Mortgage Reform Package in order to address some of those concerns. ...
Scope and Contents The Commerce Committee was chaired by Peter J. Daley (Majority) with Dick L. Hess (R) as Minority Chair. Williams F. Keller (D) chaired the Subcommittee on Economic Development with Adam C. Harris (R) as Vice Chair. Rosita C. Youngblood (D) chaired the Subcommittee on Financial Services and Banking with Martin T. Causer (R) as Vice Chair. Mark Longietti (D) chaired the Subcommittee on Housing with Mike Fleck (R) as Vice Chair. Jim Wansacz (D) chaired the subcommittee on Small Business with...
Scope and Contents The Commerce Committee was chaired by Dick L. Hess (Majority) and Peter J. Daley (D). The Subcommittee Chairs on Economic Development were C. Walker Metzgar (Majority) and Adam Ravenstahl (D). The Subcommittee on Financial Services and Banking was chaired by Bernard T. O'Neill (Majority) and Jaret Gibbons (D). The Subcommittee Chair on Housing was Mike Fleck (Majority) and Robert F. Matzie (D). The Subcommittee Chair on Small Business was Jim Marshall (Majority) and Rick Mirabito (D). The...
Scope and Contents The records of the Commerce Committee for the 2013-2014 session, the Republicans in majority. The Chairs were Chris Ross (majority) and W. Curtis Thomas (minority). The majority subcommittee chairs were Carl Metzgar (Economic Development), Lynda Culver (Financial Services and Banking), Mike Fleck (Housing), Jim Marshall (Small Business). Minority subcommittee chairs were Sid Kavulich (Economic Development), Jaret Gibbons (Financial Services and Banking), Margo Davidson (Housing), Rick...
Scope and Contents The records of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives' Liquor Control Committee, the Republicans in the majority, the Democrats in the minority. The Chairs of the Committee were Adam Harris (majority) and W. Curtis Thomas (minority). The Chair of the Subcommittee on Economic Development was John A. Lawrence (majority). The Chairs of the Subcommittee on Financial Services and Banking were Lynda Schlegel Culver (majority) and Stephen McCarter (minority). The Chairs of the Subcommittee on...
Scope and Contents The records of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives Archives' Commerce Committee, the Republicans were in the majority, the Democrats in the minority. The Chairs of the Committee were Brian Ellis (majority) and Curtis Thomas (minority). This committee focused efforts towards legislation dealing with cyber security, loan disclosures for students, and taxes for industries within the state.