SENATE AMENDEDPRIOR PRINTER'S NOS. 2012, 2666PRINTER'S NO.
THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF PENNSYLVANIA
Session of 2009
INTRODUCED BY BELFANTI, GERGELY, GOODMAN, MENSCH, BRENNAN,SIPTROTH, HORNAMAN, CALTAGIRONE, PASHINSKI, DeLUCA, GEORGE,HALUSKA, GRUCELA, FRANKEL, MURPHY, KORTZ, FABRIZIO, CARROLL,K. SMITH, MAHONEY, MURT, MELIO AND YOUNGBLOOD, JUNE 5, 2009SENATOR GORDNER, LABOR AND INDUSTRY, IN SENATE, AS AMENDED,SEPTEMBER 24, 2009AN ACTAmending the act of April 9, 1929 (P.L.343, No.176), entitled,as amended, "An act relating to the finances of the Stategovernment; providing for the settlement, assessment,collection, and lien of taxes, bonus, and all other accountsdue the Commonwealth, the collection and recovery of fees andother money or property due or belonging to the Commonwealth,or any agency thereof, including escheated property and theproceeds of its sale, the custody and disbursement or otherdisposition of funds and securities belonging to or in thepossession of the Commonwealth, and the settlement of claimsagainst the Commonwealth, the resettlement of accounts andappeals to the courts, refunds of moneys erroneously paid tothe Commonwealth, auditing the accounts of the Commonwealthand all agencies thereof, of all public officers collectingmoneys payable to the Commonwealth, or any agency thereof,and all receipts of appropriations from the Commonwealth,authorizing the Commonwealth to issue tax anticipation notesto defray current expenses, implementing the provisions ofsection 7(a) of Article VIII of the Constitution ofPennsylvania authorizing and restricting the incurring ofcertain debt and imposing penalties; affecting everydepartment, board, commission, and officer of the Stategovernment, every political subdivision of the State, andcertain officers of such subdivisions, every person,association, and corporation required to pay, assess, orcollect taxes, or to make returns or reports under the lawsimposing taxes for State purposes, or to pay license fees orother moneys to the Commonwealth, or any agency thereof,every State depository and every debtor or creditor of theCommonwealth," further providing for the State Workers'