FINE: Senate Bill 187 directs all proceeds from the $60 million fine imposed on Pennsylvania State University by the NCAA be used to fund programs in Pennsylvania that prevent child sex abuse. The House approved the measure 194-2 and sent it to the governor for signing. A yes vote supported the bill.

Voting yes: Reps. Matt Baker, R-68, Wellsboro; Karen Boback, R-117, Harveys Lake; Rosemary Brown, R-189, Middle Smithfield Twp.; Mike Carroll, D-118, Hughestown; Lynda Schlegel Culver, R-108, Rockefeller Twp.; Frank Farina, D-115, Jessup; Marty Flynn, D-113, Scranton; Neal Goodman, D-123, Mahanoy City; Kevin Haggerty, D-112, Dunmore; Doyle Heffley, R-122, Lower Towamensing Twp.; Sid Michaels Kavulich, D-114, Taylor; Jerry Knowles, R-124, Tamaqua; Sandra Major, R-111, Montrose; Kurt Masser, R-107, Ralpho Twp.; Gerald Mullery, D-119, Newport Twp.; Phyllis Mundy, D-120, Kingston; Eddie Day Pashinski, D-121, Wilkes-Barre; Mike Peifer, R-139, Honesdale; Tina Pickett, R-110, Towanda; Mario Scavello, R-176, Mount Pocono; Mike Tobash, R-125, Pottsville; Tarah Toohil, R-116, Butler Twp.

CHILD: House Bill 316 would provide state grants for county-level Child Advocacy Centers with revenue from a new $15 fee on all defendants found guilty of a crime in Pennsylvania. The House approved the measure 198-0 and sent it to the Senate. A yes vote supported the bill.

Voting yes: Reps. Baker, Boback, Brown, Carroll, Culver, Farina, Flynn, Goodman, Haggerty, Heffley, Kavulich, Knowles, Major, Masser, Mullery, Mundy, Pashinski, Peifer, Pickett, Scavello, Tobash, Toohill

RACP: House Bill 493 would reduce the legal debt ceiling for the state Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program by $600 million. The House approved the measure 194-2 and sent it to the Senate. A yes vote supported the bill.

Voting yes: Reps. Baker, Boback, Carroll, Culver, Farina, Flynn, Goodman, Haggerty, Heffley, Kavulich, Knowles, Major, Masser, Mullery, Mundy, Pashinski, Peifer, Pickett, Scavello, Tobash, Toohil

COURT: Senate Bill 333 is a proposed state constitutional amendment to eliminate the Philadelphia Traffic Court. The Senate approved the measure and sent it to the House. A yes vote supported the bill.

Voting yes: Sens. David Argall, R-29, Tamaqua; Lisa Baker, R-20, Lehman Twp.; John Blake, D-22, Archbald; Lisa Boscola, D-18, Bethlehem Twp.; Pat Browne, R-16, Alllentown; John Gordner, R-27, Berwick; Gene Yaw, R-23, Williamsport; John Yudichak, D-14, Nanticoke.

(Compiled by The Times-Shamrock Harrisburg Bureau)