Barrar to Lead House Veterans Affairs and Emergency Preparedness Committee to Consider Several Bills
2/6/2012
WHAT: Rep. Stephen E. Barrar (R-Chester/Delaware), majority chairman of the House Veterans Affairs and Emergency Preparedness Committee, will lead the committee in its consideration of four bills, including: 

        • Senate Bill 707, which would provide a military leave of absence from educational 
          institutions for spouses of Pennsylvania National Guardsmen, reservists and 
          other members of the United States armed services called to active duty. 
        • House Bill 662, which would allow out-of-state veterans and their dependents to 
          attend Pennsylvania state-owned institutions of higher learning and community 
          colleges at in-state tuition rates. 
        • House Bill 2038, which would require background checks for prospective 
          Emergency Service (EMS) personnel and ban certification for individuals 
          convicted of certain crimes. 
        • House Bill 527, which would establish the EMS Memorial Flag.

WHO: Barrar and members of the House Veterans Affairs and Emergency Preparedness Committee

WHEN: Wednesday, Feb. 8, at 9:45 a.m.

WHERE: Ryan Office Building, Room 205, Capitol Complex in Harrisburg

LIVE WEBSTREAMING: A live webstream will be available at SteveBarrar.com.

Media contact: Nicole Wamsley, 717.783.8063, nwamsley@pahousegop.com
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