The Senate Agriculture & Rural Affairs Committee approved four bills today (March 23), according to Committee Chairman Senator Elder Vogel.
House Bill 101, introduced by Representative Barbara Gleim, establishes the Agritourism Activity Protection Act to provide limited liability protection for providers.
House Bill 110, introduced by Representative Martin Causer, changes the composition and terms of membership of the Hardwoods Development Council.
Senate Bill 251, introduced by Senator Gene Yaw, amends the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes to set clear standards for the application of fertilizer to turf and provide for labels and labeling and the disposition of funds.
Senate Bill 434, introduced by Senator Vogel, provides for milk “sell by date” and “best by date” labeling.
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