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IRRC # Regulation Number Title/Description
3222 16A-5142 Fees
Increases application fees and biennial renewal fees and adds additional fees for licensees and adds new and increased fees relating to approval of nursing education programs.
3221 16A-5727 Certified Veterinary Technicians and Veterinary Assistants
Removes the 10-year automatic bar on certification for veterinary technicians convicted of a felony under the Controlled Substance, Drug, Device and Cosmetic Act; updates provisions related to examination and reactivation.
3220 16A-60 Expungement; Fees
Implements a portion of Act 6 of 2018 which requires the Commissioner of Professional and Occupational Affairs to expunge certain disciplinary actions upon application and payment of all costs associated with expungement as established by regulation.
3219 12-109 Uniform Construction Code
Requires newly constructed and altered buildings to comply with the fire and smoke protection provisions in the International Building Code of 2016.
3218 16A-5431 Naloxone Exceptions
Provides expanded access to the overdose-reversing drug, Naloxone, to at risk individuals who are pending discharge or release from correctional facilities, prisons, jails and residential drug treatment facilities.
3217 7-532 Federal Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement Program Consistency
Amends existing regulations to address inconsistencies between the Commonwealth's coal mining program and federal regulations.
3216 14-542 Child Care Facilities
Amends existing regulations relating to group child care homes and family child care homes to address new requirements in the Federal Child Care and Development Block Grant and to better ensure the health and safety of children in child care settings
3215 7-549 Electronic Submission of Air Quality General Plan Approval and General Operating Permit Applications
Adds the option of electronic delivery of applications for air quality general plan approvals and general operating permits.
3214 57-323 Assumption of Commission Jurisdiction Over Pole Attachments from the Federal Communications Commission
Adopts the pole attachment regulations as promulgated and as may be amended by the FCC
3213 125-218 Down Under Blackjack; Table Game Rules of Play
Adds Down Under Blackjack to complement of table games available for play in the Commonwealth.
3212 16-59 Regulations Implementing the Revised Uniform Law on Notarial Acts
Implements the provisions of the Revised Uniform Law on Notarial Acts.
3211 12-107 Uniform Construction Code
Updates the Uniformed Construction Code by adopting nearly all the provisions of the 2015 International Code Council.
3210 2-191 Milk Sanitation
Brings Pennsylvania's regulations for raw milk cheese into alignment with the Food and Drug Administration's regulations.
3209 14-546 Intensive Behavioral Health Services
Codifies the minimum licensing standards and program requirements for participation in the Medical Assistance (MA) Program and MA payment conditions related to delivery of intensive behavioral health services to individuals under 21 years of age.
3208 7-550 U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) Consistency Rule
Amends four chapters of existing regulations to exclude certain provisions of Title 10, Chapter I of the Code of Federal Regulations from incorporation-by-reference in these chapters
3207 11-257 Privacy of Consumer Financial Information
Amends existing regulations relating to consumer financial information to be consistent with the corresponding National Association of Insurance Commissioners model rule.
3206 7-542 Unconventional Well Permit Application Fee Amendments
Increases unconventional well permit application fees.
3205 16A-7022 Federally-Mandated Revisions
Revises and clarifies general, residential and licensed trainee appraiser requirements.
3204 57-320 Minimum Insurance Requirements for Motor Carriers of Passengers
Amends minimum insurance coverage requirements for motor common carriers of passengers.
3203 16A-724 Fees
Amends fees related to initial licensure, approval of continuing education programs and biennial renewal.
3202 12-106 Minimum Wage
Updates the executive, administrative and professional exemptions from the minimum wage and overtime requirements of the Minimum Wage Act of 1968.
3201 57-319 Electricity Generation Customer Choice
Amends customer information disclosure regulations.
3200 18-479 Access to and Occupancy of Highways by Driveways and Local Roads
Clarifies who can apply for highway occupancy permits.
3199 7-530 Administration of the Storage Tank and Spill Prevention Program
Strengthens underground storage tank requirements by increasing the emphasis on properly operating and maintaining equipment.
3198 16A-4626 Child Abuse Reporting Requirements
Implements amendments to the Child Protective Services Law relating to training in child abuse recognition and reporting.
3197 16A-4312 Chiropractic Specialties
Amends existing regulations relating to advertisement.
3196 16A-6922 Licensed Bachelor Social Worker; Fees
Updates existing regulations to address the licensure of bachelor social workers.
3195 7-538 Administration of the Land Recycling Program
Corrects transcription and input errors for the toxicity values for Aldrin, beryllium and cadmium.
3194 8-25 Methods of Awarding Contracts
Repeals Chapter 69 relating to the procedures, responsibilities and guidance for awarding contracts for the purchase of goods and supplies.
3193 8-23 Emergency Construction Repairs
Repeals Chapter 67 relating to the procurement and expeditions processing of contract awards in excess of $25,000 on completed construction projects in emergency conditions.
3192 8-22 Selections Committee
Repeals Chapter 64 which addresses the role and procedures of the Selections Committee in reviewing applications from architects and engineers seeking contracts with the Department.
3191 8-21 Committee on Construction Contract Documents
Repeals Chapter 62 which addresses the creation and operation of the Committee on Construction Contract Documents.
3190 7-523 Noncoal Mining Program Fees
Increases permit application and administrative fees.
3189 11-256 Medicare Supplement Insurance Minimum Standards
Updates existing regulations to meet new federal mandates for Medicare Supplement Insurance policies and reflect amendments to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners model regulation.
3188 7B-9 Snowmobile and All-Terrain Vehicle Grants
Codifies a program that grants funds to public and private entities for snowmobile and all-terrain vehicle projects throughout the Commonwealth.
3187 17-85 Procedures and Specifications for Firearm Record Forms under the Uniform Firearms Act
Allows the Pennsylvania State Police to access mental health records for the purposes of hiring police officers and for investigative needs to determine if a person is prohibited from possessing a firearm.
3186 59-9 Unfair Market Trade Practices; Automotive Industry Trade Practices
Improves, enhances and updates the Office of Attorney General's unfair methods of competition and unfair or deceptive acts or practices regulations.
3185 57-317 Motor Carrier Age Requirement
Reduces the minimum age for paratransit drivers from 21 to 18 in limited circumstances.
3184 7B-8 Conservation of Pennsylvania Native Wild Plants
Updates the classification lists of native wild plants, the scientific and common names of certain native wild plants, and the reference source that DCNR uses for the names of native wild plants.
3183 15-459 Withholding of Tax
Further automates the reporting of tax information.
3182 7-534 Triennial Review of Water Quality Standards
Updates and revises water quality criteria as required by the federal Clean Water Act.
3181 2-185 Vegetable Marketing and Research Program
Addresses producer charges for the Pennsylvania Vegetable Marketing and Research Program and makes "housekeeping" updates to the existing regulations.
3180 2-190 Commercial Kennel Canine Health Regulations
Rescinds a provision relating to flooring which the Commonwealth Court has determined contradicts the express statutory provisions of the Dog Law and violates the legislative intent of the Dog Law.
3179 2-187 Weighmasters
Rescinds outdated and burdensome provisions related to weighmasters' certificates and certificates of quality for anthracite coal.
3178 54-98 Transportation of Liquor, Malt or Brewed Beverages or Alcohol
Amends the minimum size requirement for lettering that must appear on vehicles used to transport liquor or malt or brewed beverages from four inches to two inches.
3177 7-521 Safe Drinking Water; General Update and Fees
Updates existing regulations pertaining to treatment technique requirements for pathogens, permit fees, and monitoring and reporting requirements.
3176 14-538 Outpatient Psychiatric Services and Psychiatric Outpatient Clinics
Updates current regulations pertaining to the delivery of outpatient psychiatric services and the operation of psychiatric outpatient clinics.
3175 54-97 Intermunicipal Transfer of Retail Licenses
Amends existing regulations relating to intermunicipal transfer of retail liquor and eating place retail dispenser licenses to be consistent with Act 155 of 2006.
3174 125-206 Junkets, Electronic Credit Systems and Table Game Rules of Play
Amends existing regulations to improve clarity, reduce the number of junket reports required and incorporate new side wagers into the existing table games regulations.
3173 7-492 Control of VOC Emissions from Industrial Cleaning Solvents; General Provisions; Aerospace Manufacturing and Rework; Additional RACT Requirements for Major Sources of NOx and VOCs
Limits emissions of volatile organic compounds from the use and application of industrial cleaning solvents at certain stationary sources.
3172 125-205 Table Game Rules of Play
Incorporates existing statements of policy on new side wagers, payment table and variations of existing table games into permanent regulations and adds a new table game to those available for play in the Commonwealth.
3171 8-27 Metrology Calibration and Testing Fees
Amends the schedule of fees for metrology laboratory services and allows for future automatic percentage increases in the schedule of fees.
3170 54-91 Return of Liquor
Provides direction to licensees and permittees for returning liquor to the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board and clarifies existing regulations pertaining to liquor and malt or brewed beverages.
3169 7-499 Radiological Health
Updates regulations to establish and maintain adequate radiation protection standards and oversight.
3168 6-337 Postsecondary Distance Education Reciprocity
Establishes fees to support the administration of the Commonwealth's membership in the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement.
3167 61-6 Implementation of Acts 69 and 167 of 2016
Updates the regulations to conform to the requirements of Acts 69 and 167 of 2016 and to reflect current practices and procedures.
3166 18-466 Vehicle Equipment and Inspection
Updates provisions related to inspection of vehicles.
3165 7-527 Sensitive Ground Fault
Adds a provision to address the safety of cables powering certain machines at underground bituminous coal mine sites.
3164 125-204 Four Card Prime and Cajun Stud; Table Game Rules of Play
Adds two new table games to the complement of games available for play in the Commonwealth.
3163 16A-5419 Compounding
Updates regulations to incorporate developments and improvements related to safe, sterile practices and procedures for the compounding of pharmaceutical products.
3162 7-529 Gasoline Volatility Requirements
Repeals certain gasoline volatility requirements.
3161 57-315 Standards and Billing Practices for Residential Public Utility Service
Amends existing regulations to implement the Responsible Customer Protection Act.
3160 14-540 Home and Community-Based Supports and Licensing
Amends and updates regulations governing program, operational and fiscal aspects of home and community-based supports for people with an intellectual disability or autism.
3159 16A-6803 Fees; General Revisions
Implements amendments to the Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists Licensure Act, adopts new fee categories and amends certain existing fees.
3158 16A-5623 Seller Property Disclosure Statement
Amends the Seller Property Disclosure Statement to add sink holes and storm water facilities to the list of subjects requiring disclosure on the property disclosure statement.
3157 7-495 Environmental Laboratory Accreditation
Amends existing regulations pertaining to environmental laboratory accreditation to add accreditation standards, clarify requirements, remove unnecessary or cost-prohibitive requirements and amend the fee structure.
3156 4-97 Local Earned Income Tax
Implements Chapter 5 of the Local Tax Enabling Act which was added by Act 32 of 2008.
3155 18-469 Hazardous Material Transportation
Updates existing regulations to make them consistent with federal requirements.
3154 47-17 Uniform System of Accounts
Deletes milk dealer cost categories that have become outdated, adds new categories and clarifies category descriptions.
3153 7-498 Radiological Health and Radon Certification Fees; Pennsylvania Radon Mitigation System Tag and Fee
Increases fees associated with the radioactive materials licensing and radon certification activities regulated by the Department's Radiation Protection Program and adds a requirement for a Pennsylvania Radon Mitigation System Tag.
3152 3-54 Securities Regulations Omnibus Amendments
Updates existing regulations and makes them consistent with the North American Securities Administrators Association model rules and the Securities and Exchange Commission regulations.
3151 4-99 General Provisions
Amends sections of existing regulations which impede the Pennsylvania Minority Business Development Authority's ability to be responsive and flexible to its target market.
3150 7-535 Stream Redesignations (Sobers Run, et al.)
Updates and revises water quality standards that are designated uses for surface waters of the Commonwealth.
3149 6-333 Strategic Planning
Updates references to strategic plans.
3148 16A-6517 Post-Act 38 Revisions
Updates and clarifies existing regulations.
3147 10-197 School Immunizations
Updates immunization requirements.
3146 6-336 Nonimmunized Children
Updates regulations pertaining to nonimmunized children.
3145 6-334 Fees
Increases licensure fees, renewal fees and user fees for services provided by the State Board of Private Licensed Schools.
3144 7-526 Proximity Detection Systems
Implements existing federal regulations that require underground coal mine operators to equip certain mining machines with proximity detection systems.
3143 125-198 21 Baccarat; Table Game Rules of Play
Adds a new table game to the complement of games available to play in the Commonwealth.
3142 54-89 Distributors Accepting Credit Cards from Licensees
Authorizes malt or brewed beverage distributors and importing distributors to accept credit cards as payment from licensees.
3141 12-102 Uniform Construction Code
Updates the Uniform Construction Code to Adopt Provisions of the International Building Code of 2015 and the American National Standards Institute.
3140 7-528 Water Quality Standards; Class A Stream Redesignations
Updates and revises water quality standards that are designated uses for surface waters in Pennsylvania.
3139 18-467 Hauling in Excess of Posted Weight Limit
Updates existing regulations regarding the use of weight restricted highways by vehicles and combinations having a gross weight in excess of the posted weight limit.
3138 7-522 Handling and Use of Explosives
Revises current regulations to address the use of explosives for seismic exploration.
3137 14-539 Intellectual Disability Terminology Update
Updates language in 24 chapters of regulation relating to intellectual disabilities.
3136 7-520 Disinfection Requirements Rule
Updates and clarifies safe drinking water regulations.
3135 57-312 Reduce Barriers to Entry for Passenger Motor Carriers
Eliminates the requirement that an applicant for passenger carrier authority demonstrate that the proposed service is responsive to a public demand or need.
3134 16A-6711 General Revisions
Implements the professional liability insurance and continued competency provisions of Act 138 of 2012.
3133 16A-6710 Code of Ethics
Adopts the 2015 American Occupational Therapy Association Code of Ethics.
3132 57-313 Electric Safety Regulations
Amends and expands existing regulations to facilitate safety inspections of electric distribution facilities.
3131 57-311 Steam Heat Distribution System Safety Regulations
Amends and expands existing steam regulations to facilitate safety inspections of steam distribution facilities.
3130 11-255 Tables Approved for Use in Determining Minimum Nonforfeiture Standards and Minimum Standards for Valuation
Adopts new mortality tables for use in determining the minimum reserves that insurers must maintain for annuities and pure endowment contracts.
3129 11-254 Annual Financial Reporting Requirements
Adds corporate governance-related functions to an audit committee's responsibilities.
3128 31-14 Member Purchases of Credit for Previous State Service and Re-election of Benefit Option
Amends existing regulations related to the purchase of previous state service and adds a provision related to reelection of benefit options.
3127 12-101 Uniform Construction Code
Updates the Uniform Construction Code to adopt provisions of the International Building Code of 2015 and the American National Standards Institute.
3126 106-12 Practice and Procedure
Updates and clarifies the Board's rules of practice and procedure.
3125 70-9 General Revisions
Updates existing regulations to clarify definitions and procedures for delivery of regulations and to ensure consistency with the Regulatory Review Act.
3124 125-195 Three Card Prime; Table Game Rules of Play
Adds a new table game, Three Card Prime, to the complement of games available for play in the Commonwealth.
3123 54-86 Management Contracts
Eliminates the blanket prohibition of a pecuniary interest being held by a management company.
3122 10-195 Health Facilities
Amends provisions related to physician countersignature requirements on nursing facility resident medical records.
3121 7-496 Remining Requirements
Updates existing regulations to reflect federal regulatory requirements.
3120 12-100 Uniform Construction Code
Updates the Uniform Construction Code to adopt certain revisions to the International Code Council codes.
3119 7-494 Safe Drinking Water; Revised Total Coliform Rule
Amends Pennsylvania's Safe Drinking Water regulations to incorporate federal requirements needed to retain primary enforcement authority for the Revised Total Coliform Rule.
3118 125-196 Saigon 5 Card; Table Game Rules of Play
Adds a new table game, Saigon 5 Card, to the complement of games available for play in the Commonwealth.
3117 54-85 Limited Wineries
Amends existing regulations to make them consistent with the Liquor Code.
3116 126-12 Safety Camera Requirements
Removes the safety camera image transmission requirement.
3115 11-253 Requirements for Qualified and Certified Reinsurers
Deletes the requirements that an alien reinsurer be listed on the National Association of Insurance Commissioners "Quarterly Listing of Alien Insurers" to be considered as a qualified reinsurer.
3114 125-192 Heads-Up Hold 'Em and High Card Flush; Table Game Rules of Play
Adds two new table games to the complement of table games available for play in the Commonwealth.
3113 16A-7021 Appraisal Management Companies
Governs the registration of appraisal management companies as required by the "Appraisal Management Company Registration Act."
3112 125-189 Hybrid Gaming Tables and Electronic Wagering Terminals
Adds hybrid gaming tables to the complement of table games available for play in the Commonwealth.
3111 125-188 Table Game Rules of Play
Adds a new table game, transitions nine temporary table game chapters to permanent regulations, updates surveillance requirements and amends current dealer minimum training requirements.
3110 7-490 Control of Volatile Organic Compound Emissions from Automobile and Light-Duty Truck Assembly Coating Operations and Heavier Vehicle Coating Operations
Adds Reasonably Available Control Technology requirements and emission limitations for stationary sources of Volatile Organic Compound emissions from automobile and light-duty truck assembly coating operations and heavier vehicle coating operations.
3109 7-491 Control of Volatile Organic Compound Emissions from Miscellaneous Metal Parts Surface Coating Processes, Miscellaneous Plastic Parts Surface Coating Processes and Pleasure Craft Surface Coatings
Adopts Reasonably Available Control Technology requirements and emission limitations for stationary sources of Volatile Organic Compound emissions for miscellaneous metal parts and plastic parts surface coating processes.
3108 18-464 School Bus Drivers; Medical Requirements and Standards
Updates the minimum standards for school bus drivers diagnosed with a brain disease, cognitive impairment or an intellectual or emotional disorder.
3107 18-436 Physical and Mental Criteria, Including Vision Standards Relating to the Licensing of Drivers; Field of Vision; Loss of Consciousness
Updates field of vision requirements for all license holders and requirements for license holders that have had more than one episode of loss of consciousness in the preceding 12 month period.
3106 16A-4324 Radiological Procedures Examination
Requires auxiliary personnel seeking to sit for a radiological procedures examination to apply and pay the fee directly to the testing service.
3105 16A-5514 Schedule of Civil Penalties - Accountants
Amends the schedule of civil penalties for violations of the Board's regulations.
3104 16A-5513 Act 73 and Act 15 Amendments
Updates existing regulations to conform to statutory amendments.
3103 126-11 Modern Taxicab Standards
Requires all vehicles proposed for medallion taxicab service after a designated date to be wheelchair accessible and comply with the wheelchair accessible regulations, including vehicle age and mileage requirements.
3102 18-435 School Bus Drivers
Lists the minimum medical requirements for school bus drivers.
3101 57-309 Customer Information Disclosure Requirements for Natural Gas Suppliers Providing Natural Gas Supply to Residential and Small Business Customers
Amends customer information disclosure regulations.
3100 16A-4413 Schedule of Civil Penalties - Podiatrists
Establishes civil penalties for practicing or offering to practice podiatry with an expired license and failing to complete 50 hours of approved continuing education.
3099 10-193 Schedules of Controlled Substances
Amends the schedules of controlled substances.
3098 54-84 Right To Occupy
Amends existing regulations to reflect that an applicant may establish its right to occupy proposed licensed premises through a means other than a lease or deed.
3097 16A-4713 Renewal Fee
Increases the renewal fee for licensees.
3096 18-465 Physical and Mental Criteria, Including Vision Standards, Relating to the Licensing of Drivers
Updates medical requirements and standards for license holders that are being treated for brain disease, cognitive impairment or an intellectual/emotional disorder.
3095 54-83 Posting Requirements for Extension
Increases the time period during which an application to extend licensed premises must be posted at the premises from 15 days to 30 days.
3094 54-69 Discount Pricing Practices
Amends provisions relating to discount pricing practices to be consistent with amendments to the Liquor Code.
3093 54-79 Responsible Alcohol Management Program
Allows third parties to create their own curriculums for the Responsible Alcohol Management Program and submit them for Bureau of Alcohol Education approval.
3092 125-187 Fortune Asia Poker; Table Game Rules of Play
Amends the rules of play for Asia Poker and adds two additional side wagers to the game.
3091 64-5 General Provisions; Tax and Other Appeal Proceedings
Provides for administrative procedures related to the filing, consideration and final resolutions of appeals from decisions of the Department of Revenue.
3090 7-493 Security Rule for Radioactive Material
Amends existing regulations to reference a new Nuclear Regulatory Commission security regulation.
3089 105-5 Rules of Procedure
Amends the Board of Claims' existing rules of procedure.
3088 57-307 Automatic Adjustment Clauses Related to Electric Default Service
Establishes a symmetrical rate of interest to be applied to over and under collections of utilities' actual costs and revenues collected through automatic adjustment clauses regarding electric default service.
3087 57-308 Paper Billing Fees
Prohibits tariff provisions that charge customers a fee to receive a paper bill.
3086 54-81 Economic Development Licenses
Sets forth criteria for an applicant to demonstrate it has exhausted reasonable means to find a suitable license within the existing county quota law.
3085 16A-6516 Schedule of Civil Penalties - Physical Therapists and Physical Therapist Assistants
Establishes civil penalties for failure to complete the required amount of continuing education and for practicing on a lapsed license or certificate.
3084 16A-6515 Continuing Education Enforcement
Addresses the failure to complete the required amount of continuing education.
3083 18-461 Authorizing Appropriately Attired Persons to Direct, Control or Regulate Traffic
Authorizes persons to direct, control and regulate traffic and establishes safety attire standards for those persons.
3082 54-80 Breweries
Clarifies the privileges of breweries with regard to on-premises consumption of the malt or brewed beverages produced on the licensed premises.
3081 126-10 Image Retention and Use
Establishes requirements related to the limited retention and use of taxicab safety camera images.
3080 16A-5125 General Revisions
Amends provisions relating to examination and licensure of registered nurses, practical nurses and dietician-nutritionists.
3079 17-79 Designation of Emergency Vehicles
Designates as emergency vehicles Philadelphia Prison System vehicles used to escort ambulances which are transporting sick or injured prisoners.
3078 18-463 Authorized Vehicles and Special Operating Privileges
Designates certain vehicles as "authorized vehicles" that may use one or two flashing or revolving yellow lights.
3077 17-76 Retired Law Enforcement Officers Identification and Qualification Cards
Amends provisions relating to retired law enforcement officers' certification and qualification cards to be consistent with federal and state law.
3076 6-332 Student Attendance
Amends existing regulations pertaining to compulsory school age and attendance requirements.
3075 125-184 Possession of Weapons within a Licensed Facility
Eliminates the Board's regulatory prohibition on the possession of firearms and other weapons within a licensed facility in conformance with Act 10 of 2011.
3074 7-489 Land Reclamation Financial Guarantees and Bioenergy Crop Bonding
Establishes the framework for implementing the Bioenergy Crop Reclamation Initiative and for providing Land Reclamation Financial Guarantees to surface mining operators.
3073 106-11 Environmental Hearing Board Rules of Practice and Procedure
Amends existing provisions relating to dispositive motions.
3072 7B-7 State Forest Picnic Areas
Reorganizes, clarifies and updates state forest regulations.
3071 18-437 Rail Freight Grants
Sets forth application requirements, pre-award evaluation criteria, funding limits and post-award requirements for the Rail Freight Assistance Program and the Rail Transportation Assistance Program.
3070 16A-6217 Notice Requirements
Requires licensees to report felony convictions and disciplinary actions taken by other states against licensees and requires licensees to return their licenses to the Board within 30 days of a revocation, suspension or voluntary surrender.
3069 16A-723 Schedule of Civil Penalties - Massage Therapists
Amends the schedule of civil penalties for massage therapists.
3068 16A-4323 Distance Education
Limits a licensee to meeting no more than 50 percent of the continuing education requirement through distance education.
3067 7-488 Standards for Surface Facilities
Implements existing federal mine safety requirements for the surface areas of underground mine sites.
3066 7-487 Control of Volatile Organic Compound Emissions from Fiberglass Boat Manufacturing Materials
Adopts reasonably available control technology requirements and emission limitations for stationary sources of volatile organic compound emissions from fiberglass boat manufacturing materials.
3065 18-460 Mechanical, Electrical and Electronic Speed-Timing Devices
Deletes provisions related to outdated speed-timing testing devices and procedures, clarifies language, and includes provisions permitting the use of new technologies approved by the Department.
3064 6-329 Financial Recovery
Identifies criteria the Secretary of Education may consider in determining whether to place a school district in financial recovery status.
3063 4-95 Industrial Housing and Components
Updates existing regulations to bring them into compliance with statutory amendments and current industry standards, codes and practices.
3062 16A-4943 Prosthetists, Orthotists, Pedorthists and Orthotic Fitters
Establishes requirements for the licensure and regulation of the practices of prosthetists, orthotists, pedorthists and orthotic fitters under the Medical Practice Act as amended by Act 90 of 2012.
3061 57-304 Implementation of the Alternative Energy Portfolio Standards Act of 2004
Amends existing regulations to comply with Act 35 of 2007 and Act 129 of 2008, and clarifies issues of law, administrative procedure and policy.
3060 74-2 Drug and Alcohol Facilities and Services
Updates existing drug and alcohol regulations to be consistent with Act 50 of 2010.
3059 57-303 Electronic Access to Pre-Served Testimony
Sets forth the procedures to be followed for electronic submission of testimony.
3058 126-9 Annual Filing Requirements
Clarifies annual information update procedures for the Philadelphia taxicab and limousine industries.
3057 7-486 Administration of the Land Recycling Program
Updates the statewide health cleanup standard, corrects errors and omissions, and clarifies certain established program policies.
3056 3-52 Debt Management Services Continuing Education
Sets forth continuing education requirements for credit counselors and supervisors employed by a debt management services licensee.
3055 18-450 Display of Registration Plates
Updates the location and manner of attachment requirements with respect to persons with disability, disabled veterans and severely disabled veterans registration plates.
3054 57-306 Amending Regulations Regarding Standards for Changing a Customer's Electricity Generation Supplier
Addresses the process for transferring a customer's account from a default service provider to a competitive electric supplier and from one supplier to another.
3053 57-305 Amending Regulations Regarding Disclosure Statement for Residential and Small Business Customers and the Provision of Notices of Contract Expiration or Changes in Terms for Residential and Small Business Customers
Amends the disclosure statement for residential and small business customers and provides for notices of contract expiration or changes in terms for those customers.
3052 7-485 Additional RACT Requirements for Major Sources of NOx and VOCs
Adopts RACT requirements and emission limitations for certain major stationary sources of NOx and VOC emissions.
3051 16A-5212 Schedule of Civil Penalties - Optometrists
Implements a schedule of civil penalties for practicing optometry with an expired license and for failing to complete 30 hours of approved continuing education.
3050 2-179 Pesticides; Third Party Transactions
Allows the Department to collect and pass on an examination processing charge or cost levied by a third party.
3049 74-1 Standards for Licensure of Freestanding Treatment Facilities
Eliminates redundant or outdated requirements and amends provisions related to quality and safety of drug and alcohol treatment facilities.
3048 126-8 Taxicab Safety Cameras
Requires the installation of safety cameras in all taxicabs in Philadelphia.
3047 12-99 Special Rules of Administrative Practice and Procedure Before the Workers' Compensation Appeal Board and Workers' Compensation Judges
Amends existing regulations governing practice and procedures before the Workers' Compensation Appeal Board, the Office of Adjudication, and workers' compensation judges.
3046 16A-5126 Continuing Education; Reporting of Crimes and Discipline
Amends continuing education regulations and requires licensees to report criminal and disciplinary actions/sanctions.
3045 15-458 Payments by Electronic Funds Transfer
Implements a statutory change which lowers the electronic funds transfer mandate from "payments of $10,000 or more" to "payments of $1,000 or more."
3044 126-7 Taxicab Emergency Lights
Requires the installation of emergency distress lights in all taxicabs in Philadelphia.
3043 16A-5328 Genetic Counselors
Provides for the licensure and regulation of genetic counselors.
3042 7-484 Environmental Protection Performance Standards at Oil and Gas Well Sites
Sets performance standards for surface activities at oil and gas well sites.
3041 57-298 Household Goods in Use Carriers and Property Carriers
Amends existing regulations to eliminate the requirement that applicants for authority establish a public demand or need for service and modifies insurance requirements.
3040 125-175 Licensing; Slot Software; Count Room Characteristics; Credit; Table Game Rules
Comprehensive amendments to 13 chapters pertaining to licensing.
3039 126-6 Taxicab Medallion Sales by the Authority
Establishes procedures for the sale of medallions.
3038 57-297 Recovery of Fuel Costs by Gas Utilities
Revises and streamlines information and procedures small gas utilities use when submitting gas cost rate filings.
3037 16A-6921 Qualifications for Licensure
Amends licensure requirements to reflect statutory amendments.
3036 126-5 Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle Taxicabs
Establishes requirements for the operation of taxicabs through medallions restricted to wheelchair accessible taxicab service.
3035 2-177 Pennsylvania Preferred Trademark Licensure Program
Establishes standards under which the Department will license qualified entities to use the "Pennsylvania Preferred" trademark to promote or market Pennsylvania-produced fluid milk.
3034 16A-4937 Genetic Counselors
Provides for the licensure and regulation of genetic counselors.
3033 57-296 Motor Carrier Vehicle List and Vehicle Age Requirements
Eliminates the vehicle list requirements for taxis and limousines; eliminates the waiver exception for vehicle age limitation for taxis; and replaces the vehicle age limitation for limousines with a mileage requirement.
3032 57-294 Review of Long Term Infrastructure Improvement Plan
Sets forth requirements for Long-Term Infrastructure Improvement Plans to ensure that utilities are planning and executing expenditures that will maintain and improve safety, adequacy and reliability of existing distribution infrastructure.
3031 12-97 Telephone Hearings
Updates an existing provision pertaining to telephone hearings to be consistent with a 2011 statutory amendment.
3030 11-252 Rules and Procedural Requirements for Insurance Holding Company Systems
Updates rules and procedural requirements applicable to insurance holding company systems to reflect amendments to the Insurance Company Law of 1921.
3029 7-482 Requirements for High-Voltage Continuous Mining Machines
Establishes electrical safety standards for the installation, use and maintenance of high-voltage continuous mining machines in underground bituminous coal mines.
3028 16A-6807 Continuing Education
Amends existing continuing education requirements to improve clarity and completeness.
3027 54-76 Sale by Limited Winery Licensees
Allows licensed limited wineries to sell their wines at prices lower than the Board's prices for the same items.
3026 54-74 Conversion of Suspension to Fine
Increases the minimum fines that can be imposed when the Board is asked to convert an unserved suspension into a fine.
3025 16A-7020 Biennial License Fee for Licensed Appraiser Trainees
Establishes a biennial license renewal fee of $150 for licensed appraiser trainees.
3024 14-536 Rate Setting for County Nursing Facilities that Change Ownership
Amends the methods and standards for payment relating to rates for new nursing facilities, nursing facilities with a change of ownership, reorganized nursing facilities and former prospective payment nursing facilities.
3023 54-77 Repeals
Rescinds an obsolete section of the Board's regulations.
3022 7-483 Oil and Gas Well Fee Amendments
Amends the unconventional natural gas well permit fee structure.
3021 3-51 Assessments
Implements an assessment schedule for state-chartered institutions and streamlines reporting and billing requirements.
3020 58-24 Student Financial Aid
Amends provisions in existing regulations that are obsolete, inconsistent or superseded by current higher education practice.
3019 14-535 Supplemental Ventilator Care Payment for Medical Assistance Nursing Facilities
Changes the Department's methods and standards for payment of Medical Assistance nursing facility services.
3018 54-75 Municipal Noise Ordinances
Rescinds references to the Board's noise regulations and replaces them with references to the Liquor Code.
3017 7-480 Regulated Medical and Chemotherapeutic Waste
Aligns Pennsylvania's regulated medical and chemotherapeutic waste provisions with federal requirements and the requirements of surrounding states.
3016 14-537 Payment for Nursing Facility Services Provided by Special Rehabilitation Nursing Facilities
Changes the Department's methods and standards for payment of Medical Assistance nursing facility services provided by Special Rehabilitation Facilities.
3015 2-159 Preferential Assessment of Farmland and Forest Land under the Clean and Green Act
Implements the Clean and Green Act.
3014 4-96 Manufactured Housing Improvement Program
Establishes an instillation and construction standard for relocated manufactured homes installed in Pennsylvania.
3013 18-432 Intrastate Motor Carrier Safety Requirements
Provides the Governor with greater flexibility to waive specified provisions of the regulation and retain other provisions as effective in dealing with circumstances warranting a declaration of emergency.
3012 16-56 Lobbying Disclosure Registration Fee
Increases the biennial registration fee for individuals and entities required to be registered under the Lobbying Disclosure Act from $200 to $300.
3011 125-170 Table Games Rules of Play
Amends existing regulations pertaining to counting of table inventory containers that were not open for gaming and table game wagers.
3010 7-481 Maintenance of Incombustible Content of Rock Dust
Requires that where rock dust is to be applied in bituminous coal mines, the incombustible content of the combined coal dust, rock dust and other dust resent in the mine's intake and return airways must not be less than 80%.
3009 41-21 County Probation and Parole Officers' Firearm Education and Training Commission
Mandates that when an officer has a change of firearm, that officer must complete the Commission's qualification course on that firearm before carrying it.
3008 106-10 Practice and Procedure
Amends existing rules of practice and procedure.
3007 57-293 Paper Copy and Electronic Copy Filing Requirements
Amends existing regulations pertaining to filing requirements.
3006 16A-5425 Collaborative Management of Drug Therapy
Provides for collaborative management of drug therapy between physicians & pharmacists & clarifies liability insurance obligations for pharmacists engaging in collaborative management of drug therapy.
3005 125-169 Electronic Gaming Tables and Table Games Rules of Play
Adds requirements for progressive table game systems that are linked between multiple tables within the same licensed facility.
3004 16A-678 Referrals by CRNPs and PAs
Amends existing regulations to add certified registered nurse practitioners and licensed physician assistants to the list of authorized referring health care providers.
3003 125-168 Gaming Junket Enterprises, Accounting and Internal Controls, Compulsive and Problem Gambling, Self-Exclusion, Underage Gaming, Equipment, Blackjack
Transitions two policy statements into binding regulations and updates and clarifies existing regulations.
3002 16A-7102 Fees
Increases the biennial renewal fee for licensed crane operators.
3001 16A-6806 Termination of Grandfather Provisions
Eliminates the process by which individuals that qualified as "existing practitioners" in 1985 apply for licensure under the waiver provision.
3000 16A-4822 Fees
Increases the biennial renewal fees for funeral directors, funeral supervisors and funeral establishments.
2999 54-73 Sale by Licensed Limited Distilleries and Distilleries
Permits licensed limited distilleries to deliver their products directly to consumers, retail licensees or the Board.
2998 16A-428 Fees
Increases biennial renewal fees and adjusts certain application fees.
2997 16A-4627 Fees
Increases application fees and biennial renewal fees.
2996 16A-4515 Fees - Cosmetology
Increases biennial renewal fees and adjusts certain application fees.
2995 16A-663 General Revisions
Requires Pennsylvania licensed pilots to also maintain a Federal pilot's license; updates obsolete provisions; and makes Pennsylvania's regulations consistent with those of Delaware.
2994 16A-6110 Continuing Education and Elimination of Registration without Examination
Updates existing regulations pertaining to continuing education and registration without examination.
2993 126-4 Taxicab and Limousine Amendments
Eliminates references to a classification of carriers no longer subject to the Parking Authority's regulation, corrects typographical and technical errors, and provides certain clarifications to rights and requirements.
2992 126-3 Impoundment of Vehicles and Equipment
Codifies procedures related to regulatory impoundments and clarifies post-impoundment due process rights of owners and lienholders of impounded properties.
2991 7B-6 Conservation of Pennsylvania Native Wild Plants
Moves the beginning of the ginseng harvest season from August 1 to September 1 and replaces the term "seeds" with "berries."
2990 6-328 Higher Education - General Provisions
Clarifies that specialized associate degrees may be reported in either clock hours or credit hours.
2989 16A-4938 Conform CRNP Provisions to Statute
Deletes obsolete regulations.
2988 16A-5325 Athletic Trainers
Conforms the existing regulations to amendments made to the Osteopathic Medical Practice Act.
2987 16A-4936 Athletic Trainers
Conforms the existing regulations to amendments made to the Medical Practice Act.
2986 7-479 Emergency Response Planning at Unconventional Well Sites
Enables county and other emergency responders to find and access unconventional oil and gas well sites in case of an emergency.
2985 11-251 Surplus Insurance Lines
Updates existing regulations in accordance with amendments to the Surplus Lines Law.
2984 57-290 Rules of Practice and Procedure
Amends existing practice and procedure rules for attorneys representing persons and companies with business before the Public Utility Commission.
2983 16A-6920 Biennial Renewal Fees
Increases biennial renewal, fees for licensed social workers, licensed clinical social workers, licensed marriage and family therapists and licensed professional counselors.
2982 16A-649 Schedule of Fees
Increases biennial renewal fees for auctioneers, apprentice auctioneers, and auction houses and companies.
2981 125-166 Slot Machines and Table Game Controls, Equipment, Credit and Rules
Transitions several temporary table game chapters into final-form rulemakings and adds several new table game side wagers and variations of the games.
2980 7-478 Air Quality Title V Fee Amendment
Increases the current Title V annual emission fee.
2979 7-479 Emergency Response Planning at Unconventional Well Sites
Enables county and other emergency responders to find and access unconventional oil and gas well sites in case of an emergency.
2978 15-457 Payments by Electronic Funds Transfer
Lowers the Electronic Funds Transfer threshold from "$20,000 or more" to "$10,000 or more."
2977 57-289 Establishing a Uniform Definition and Metrics for Unaccounted-For-Gas
Establishes a uniform definition and methodology for calculating and reporting unaccounted-for-gas and proposes a maximum allowed recovery for unaccounted-for-gas.
2976 6-326 Academic Standards and Assessment
Amends existing regulations to reflect Pennsylvania's Common Core Standards in English language arts; address test security concerns; and require students to demonstrate proficiency on the Keystone Exams in order to graduate from high school.
2975 125-162 Slot Machine and Table Game Device Testing and Control; Possession of Slot Machines and Fully Automated Electronic Gaming Tables; Slot Machine Tournaments; Accounting and Internal Controls; Possession of Table Game and Table Game Devices; Rules of Play
Modifies requirements relating to progressive jackpots; monthly table game device master lists; and codifies agency policy on slot machine tournaments.
2974 54-72 Prize Limits for Events, Tournaments and Contests
Increases the prize limits for qualifying self-sponsored events, tournaments and contests that occur on retail licensed premises.
2973 16A-6918 Continuing Education Audit and Enforcement
Clarifies that the Board will audit licensees to ensure compliance with continuing education requirements and will require licensees to make up any deficiencies.
2972 16A-6917 Schedule of Civil Penalties - Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists and Professional Counselors
Adds a schedule of civil penalties to address unlicensed individuals holding themselves out as licensed; lapsed licenses; and violations of continuing education requirements.
2971 11-250 Requirements for Funds Held as Security for the Payment of Obligations of Unlicensed, Unqualified Reinsurers
Amends the definition of "unlicensed, unqualified reinsurer" to be consistent with amendments to the Insurance Company Law.
2970 11-249 Requirements for Qualified and Certified Reinsurers
Updates existing regulations to be consistent with amendments to the Insurance Company Law and with the National Association of Insurance Commissioners model regulations.
2969 18-419 Authorization to Verify Identification Number
Designates the persons who are authorized to verify the vehicle identification number of a vehicle and clarifies the verification process.
2968 18-433 Access to and Occupancy of Highways by Driveways and Local Roads
Amends existing regulations to better reconcile the needs of motorists entering or leaving state highway right-of-way from adjacent property.
2967 16A-7019 Implementation of Sections 36.11 and 36.12
Extends the deadline to apply for certification as a general or residential real estate appraiser.
2966 18-428 Temporary Registration Cards and Plates
Amends existing regulations in relation to the issuance of temporary registration plates and cards.
2965 18-427 Messenger Services
Removes bond and sanction language which has been superseded by amendments to the Vehicle Code.
2964 16A-6318 Code of Ethics
Updates and simplifies the code of ethics; addresses compliance with the American Psychological Association's standards and guidelines; and revises record keeping requirements.
2963 16A-5424 Pharmacy Internship
Updates existing regulations pertaining to pharmacy internships.
2962 2-174 Food Code; Food Employee Certification
Incorporates the model Food Code published by the U.S. Department of Health, Food and Drug Administration.
2961 6-324 General Provisions
Clarifies existing regulations governing the operation of private licensed schools.
2960 18-431 Roadside Rest Areas
Amends existing regulations to delineate permissible and impermissible activities and conditions at Roadside Rest Areas or Welcome Centers.
2959 18-425 Vehicle Equipment Standards and Safety Inspection Process
Updates equipment and inspection standards to make them consistent with the Vehicle Code and to improve clarity.
2958 16-53 Amateur Mixed Martial Arts Waiver
Allows, in certain cases, waiver of the rules against striking to the head while on the ground and requiring contestants to wear shin and instep pads.
2957 12-91 Prohibition of Excessive Overtime in Health Care Act Regulations
Implements the Prohibition of Excessive Overtime in Health Care Act provisions on complaint and investigation procedures and administrative penalty assessment provisions.
2956 16A-4925 MCARE Revisions
Deletes references to the Health Care Services Malpractice Act and inserts references to the Medical Care Availability and Reduction of Error Act.
2955 7-477 Measurement and Reporting of Condensable Particulate Matter Emissions
Updates and clarifies the applicability of sampling and testing methods used to demonstrate compliance with certain particulate matter emission standards and limitations.
2954 7-475 Triennial Review of Water Quality Standards
Updates and revises ambient water quality criteria as required by the federal clean water act.
2953 18-424 Dual Control Learner's Permit
Updates regulations pertaining to the dual control learner's permit process.
2952 16A-5324 Perfusionist
Implements licensure of perfusionists.
2951 16A-4935 Perfusionist
Implements licensure of perfusionists.
2950 57-277 Meter Location
Allows natural gas utilities to have sole determination for meter and regulator location and requires current inside regulators to be relocated to the outside except in historic districts and high risk vandalism districts.
2949 16A-5428 Electronic Prescribing of Controlled Substances
Conforms existing regulations to federal regulations enacted by the Drug Enforcement Administration of the U.S. Department of Justice.
2948 7-473 St. Joe Resources Company; Repeal
Rescinds obsolete regulations pertaining to emissions of sulfur dioxide.
2947 7-472 Portable Fuel Containers; Repeal
Rescinds obsolete regulations pertaining to emissions of volatile organic compounds from the use of portable fuel containers.
2946 7-471 Employer Trip Reduction; Repeal
Rescinds obsolete regulations pertaining to employer trip reduction requirements.
2945 54-71 Limited Winery Container Size Restrictions
Removes the container size restrictions imposed upon licensed limited wineries.
2944 125-161 Gaming Service Providers and Slot Machine Licenses
Addresses types of agreements that operators are required to file, which type of agreements require prior Board approval, and exempts professional sports teams from certification and registration requirements.
2943 126-2 Electronic Testimony at Administrative Hearings
Permits witnesses to testify at administrative hearings by telephone or other audio-visual means, under certain terms and conditions.
2942 16A-4930 Physician Assistants and Respiratory Therapists
Implements statutory amendments pertaining to licensure of respiratory therapists and practice, continuing education and professional liability insurance for physician assistants.
2941 16A-5321 Physician Assistants and Respiratory Therapists
Implements statutory amendments pertaining to licensure of respiratory therapists and practice, continuing education and professional liability insurance for physician assistants.
2940 15-456 Personal Income Tax; Amended Returns
Amends existing regulations to improve clarity; codify the Department's policy on amended returns for Pennsylvania personal income tax; and provide clear instructions for taxpayers regarding petitions for refunds.
2939 12-96 Unemployment Compensation; Active Search for Work
Establishes the requirements unemployment compensation claimants must meet to conduct an active search for suitable employment.
2938 57-288 Licensing Requirements for Natural Gas Suppliers
Revises regulations pertaining to natural gas suppliers.
2937 12-94 Uniform Construction Code
Updates the uniform construction code as it relates to accessibility standards.
2936 54-70 Office of Administrative Law Judge; Payment of Fees and Fines
Allows administrative fees to be paid by a variety of means.
2935 47-16 Transactions Between Dealers and Producers
Amends existing regulations to reflect technological and procedural changes in calculating and making payment to producers for their milk, and in testing and transporting milk samples.
2934 7-476 Coal Mining Fees
Amends permit application filing fees for coal mining activities.
2933 15-454 Board of Appeals; Small Games of Chance
Expands the Board of Appeals' jurisdiction to include appeals of Department of Revenue administrative proceedings.
2932 12-95 Food Service Employee Incentive Program
Rescinds obsolete regulations relating to the Food Service Employee Incentive Program.
2931 16A-4933 Prescribing
Updates an existing section of regulations relating to prescribing, administering and dispensing controlled substances and expands the section to cover three non-controlled substances (drugs of abuse).
2930 7-469 Flexible Packaging Printing Presses, Offset Lithographic Printing Presses and Letterpress Printing Presses, Adhesives, Sealants, Primers and Solvents
Limits emissions of volatile organic compounds from the use and application of inks, coatings, adhesives, fountain solutions, and cleaning materials used in various types of printing processes.
2929 57-287 Code of Conduct
Provides safeguards against cross-subsidization between electric distribution companies and their affiliated electric generation suppliers.
2928 6-325 Safe Schools
Establishes protocols for the reporting and resolution of incidents that occur on school property, at a school sponsored activity, or on a conveyance providing transportation to or from a school or school sponsored activity.
2927 7-466 Dam Safety and Waterway Management Fees
Amends existing regulations to update existing fees and add new fees for activities performed by the Department of Environmental Protection.
2926 16A-4711 Qualifications For Licensure
Provides for examination and certification of geologists in training and conforms the regulation to current administrative practice.
2925 3-50 Debt Management Services Act Continuing Education Requirements
Sets forth continuing education requirements for debt management service company licensees.
2924 15-453 Realty Transfer Tax Amendments
Amends existing regulations to improve clarity and effectiveness.
2923 18-423 Delivery of Certificates of Title
Specifies the manner of delivery of encumbered certificates of title and certificates of title which are issued by the Department of Transportation free of a lien or encumbrance.
2922 18-420 Public Transportation - Sustainable Mobility
Addresses the application for and awarding of financial assistance to public transportation entities, local match funding requirements, establishment of minimum system performance criteria and the impact of performance on future funding.
2921 35-32 Constables' Education and Training Board Amendments
Amends existing regulations to reflect current Board policies and practices regarding certification, training attendance and financial responsibility. The regulation also addresses firearms qualification.
2920 7-463 Requirements for Automated External Defibrillators
Requires the placement of an automated external defibrillator at various areas of an underground mine operation.
2919 125-159 Table Game Rules of Play for Spanish 21, Poker, Mississippi Stud and Crazy 4 Poker
Establishes definitions, rules of play, payout odds and amounts, and permissible wagers for Spanish 21, Poker, Mississippi Stud and Crazy 4 Poker.
2918 18-426 Intrastate Motor Carrier Safety Requirements
Provides state and local governments with more flexibility for snow removal activities, roadway maintenance activities and traffic control support operations.
2917 10-190 Emergency Medical Services System
Implements the Emergency Medical Services System Act.
2916 57-286 Railroad Transportation
Updates existing regulations to reflect technological and operational changes and federal law.
2915 57-283 Marketing and Sales Practices for the Retail Residential Energy Market
Sets forth regulations on marketing strategies and sales techniques for electric generation suppliers and natural gas suppliers to ensure fairness and integrity in the competitive market and eliminate confusion on behalf of customers.
2914 125-156 Practice and Procedure; Server Supported Slot Systems; Compulsive and Problem Gambling
Amends existing practice and procedure rules and updates requirements for server supported slot systems.
2913 54-68 Limited Wineries
Amends reporting requirements for licensed limited wineries.
2912 54-67 Connection With Other Business
Amends existing regulations to reflect the fact that certain businesses, licensed by both the PA Liquor Control Board and the PA Gaming Control Board, intend to keep their liquor licenses and their gaming licenses in different subsidiaries.
2911 54-66 Brewery Pubs
Amends existing regulations to allow a brewery pub to sell beer produced and owned by the brewery with which it is licensed, without regard to the location in Pennsylvania where the beer is produced.
2910 16A-6514 Act 38 of 2008 Amendments
Adds provisions relating to continuing education, professional liability insurance and supervision of physical therapist assistants.
2909 16A-5725 Professional Conduct; Notice of Animal Supervision
Adds a provision to existing regulations pertaining to notice of animal supervision.
2908 16A-4624 Expanded Function Dental Assistant Scope of Practice and Continuing Education
Amends existing regulations pertaining to scope of practice and continuing education for Expanded Function Dental Assistants.
2907 16A-4320 Licensure by Reciprocity
Amends existing regulations relating to licensure by reciprocity.
2906 18-422 Odometer Reading Disclosure Statements
Repeals an obsolete chapter of regulations pertaining to odometer disclosure statements.
2905 15-451 Local Option Small Games of Chance
Amends existing small games of chance regulations to improve clarity and effectiveness.
2904 16A-48 Schedule of Civil Penalties - Accountants
Revises the schedule of civil penalties applicable to violations of the CPA law and regulations of the State Board of Accountancy.
2903 16A-54 Schedule of Civil Penalties - Engineers, Land Surveyors and Geologists
Amends the Board's schedule of civil penalties to correct deficiencies noted by Commonwealth Court.
2902 16A-5511 Continuing Professional Education
Updates continuing professional education requirements.
2901 125-155 Table Game Rules for Blackjack and Pai Gow Poker
Establishes permanent regulations pertaining to definitions, rules of play, payout odds and amounts, and permissible wagers for Blackjack and Pai Gow Poker.
2900 11-248 Fraternal Beneficial Societies
Eliminates obsolete, unnecessary regulations.
2899 125-154 Table Game Rules for Caribbean Stud Poker and Texas Hold 'Em Bonus Poker
Establishes permanent regulations pertaining to definitions, rules of play, payout odds and amounts, and permissible wagers for Caribbean Stud Poker and Texas Hold 'Em Bonus Poker.
2898 125-152 Table Game Rules for Four Card Poker, Let It Ride Poker, Three Card Poker and Ultimate Texas Hold 'Em Poker
Establishes permanent regulations pertaining to definitions, rules of play, payout odds and amounts and permissible wagers for Four Card Poker, Let It Ride Poker, Three Card Poker and Ultimate Texas Hold 'Em Poker.
2897 125-151 Table Game Rules for Minibaccarat, Midibaccarat and Baccarat
Establishes permanent regulations pertaining to definitions, inspection procedures, rules of play, payout odds and amounts and permissible wagers for minibaccarat, midibaccarat and baccarat.
2896 125-149 Table Game Rules for Pai Gow, Craps and Mini-Craps and Sic Bo
Establishes permanent regulations pertaining to definitions, inspection procedures, rules of play, payout awards and amounts and permissible wagers for Pai Gow, Craps, Mini-Craps and Sic Bo
2895 125-148 Table Game Rules for Roulette, Big Six Wheel and Casino War
Establishes permanent regulations pertaining to definitions, inspection procedures, rules of play, payout odds and amounts and permissible wagers for Roulette, Big Six Wheel, and Casino War.
2894 125-145 Accounting and Internal Controls; Commencement of Slot and Table Game Operations
Amends existing regulations relating to accounting and internal controls and provisions relating to table games.
2893 125-144 Employee and Horsemen's Organization Revisions
Revises existing regulations to improve clarity and eliminate inconsistencies.
2892 16A-677 Continuing Competency
Establishes continued competency requirements for occupational therapists and adds fees for continued competency providers and course approvals.
2891 47-15 Electronic Methods for Testing Milk for Fat Content
Updates existing regulations relating to electronic testing of milk to reflect advances in testing technology and equipment and changes in the way producers are paid for their milk.
2890 125-142 General Table Games Provisions; Credit; Table Game Minimum Training Standards
Replaces three chapters of temporary regulations with permanent regulations.
2889 16A-5423 Cancer Drug Repository Program
Implements the Cancer Drug Repository Program Act which permits pharmacies to voluntarily accept donated cancer drugs and to dispense the donated drugs to indigent persons.
2888 125-141 Preliminary Provisions; Bureau of Investigations and Enforcement
Amends two existing chapters pertaining to ex parte communications and the separation of adjudicatory functions of the Board from investigating and prosecutorial functions.
2887 57-281 Liquid Fuels Pipeline Regulations
Incorporates federal regulations relating to liquid fuels and hazardous materials pipelines.
2886 125-138 Table Game Devices
Addresses requirements for electronic wagering systems and gaming tables; certification as a Gaming Related Gaming Services Provider, and conditional licensure to conduct table game business.
2885 126-1 Philadelphia Taxicab and Limousine Regulations
Establishes regulations applicable to Philadelphia taxicab and limousine service providers relating to practice and procedure, driver training, vehicle condition and inspection, sale of rights and minimum insurance requirements.
2884 125-137 Table Game Equipment
Sets forth minimum design standards for all gaming chips, plaques, dice, cards, shufflers, Pai Gow tiles and Sic Bo shakers, and establishes requirements for the receipt, storage, distribution, inventory and destruction of the equipment.
2883 7-467 Coal Mining Permit Fees
Provides a schedule of permit application fees for coal mining activities.
2882 15-450 Amendments to Pennsylvania Gaming Cash Flow Management
2881 14-520 Transition to RUG-III Version 5.12 and Latest Assessment
Changes the source of the data and the classification system that is used in determining nursing facility residents' case-mix indices.
2880 14-524 Participation Review Process for Medical Assistance Nursing Facilities
Establishes the process for nursing facilities to submit requests to enroll in the Medical Assistance (MA) Program, add MA beds or transfer MA beds to an affiliated facility.
2879 14-521 Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services
Codifies minimum standards for the issuance of licenses for psychiatric rehabilitation services in facilities operated in the Commonwealth.
2878 14-522 Residential Treatment Facilities
Codifies minimum licensing standards, medical assistance participation requirements, and payment conditions for residential treatment facilities into one chapter.
2877 57-278 Call Recording for Telephone Companies
Establishes conditions under which jurisdictional telephone utilities could record customer communications for training and quality of service purposes.
2876 4-92 Film Tax Credit
Delineates actions necessary to comply with the Film Production Tax Credit requirements and the use and transfer of tax credits.
2875 7-465 Mercury Emissions: Repeal
Repeals existing regulations on mercury emissions.
2874 7-462 Commercial Fuel Oil Sulfur Limits for Combustion Units
Lowers the allowable sulfur content of commercial fuel oil for use in combustion units and replaces the area-specific sulfur content limits for commercial fuel oils with a statewide sulfur limit.
2873 125-129 Gaming Junket Amendments
Amends several chapters to comply with statutory revisions, improve clarity, and eliminate or reduce registration or application requirements for certain entities and individuals.
2872 7-461 Stream Redesignations (Fishing Creek, et al.)
Amends the water quality designations of 8 streams or stream segments.
2871 16A-5613 Education
Updates education requirements for licenses and providers of real estate education.
2870 16A-46 Schedule of Civil Penalties for Violations of the Clean Indoor Air Act
Establishes civil penalties for violations of the Clean Indoor Air Act.
2869 12-93 Responsibilities of Employers
Updates existing regulations to conform to current law and practice.
2868 11-247 Valuation of Life Insurance Policies
Updates existing regulations to reflect amendments made to a National Association of Insurance Commissioners model rule which remove restrictions on mortality adjustment factors.
2867 11-246 Recognition of the 2001 CSO Mortality Table for Use in Determining Minimum Reserve Liabilities and Nonforfeiture Benefits and the 2001 CSO Preferred Class Structure Mortality Table for Use in Determining Minimum Reserve Liabilities
Updates existing regulations to reflect amendments to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners model rule relating to mortality tables used to determine minimum reserve liabilities.
2866 11-244 Actuarial Opinion and Memorandum
Updates existing regulations pertaining to actuarial opinions to include amendments made by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners to its model rule.
2865 125-130 General Provisions
Revises the Board's regulations to bring them into conformity with Act 1 of 2010.
2864 7-460 Noncoal Mining Fees
Establishes permit application fees and administrative fees for the noncoal mining program.
2863 16A-5718 Dental Procedures
Clarifies the dental procedures that may be performed by unlicensed veterinary assistants, certified veterinary technicians and veterinary technician specialists.
2862 11-245 Property and Casualty Actuarial Opinion
Establishes requirements for statements of actuarial opinion and related documents filed by property and casualty insurers with the Department.
2861 53-9 Preliminary Provisions; Definitions
Adds a definition of the term "copy".
2860 10-191 Physician Assistants and Certified Registered Nurse Practitioners
Removes the requirement that a certified registered nurse practitioner's documentation on a resident's record must be countersigned by the collaborating physician within 7 days.
2859 6-322 Academic Standards and Assessment
Revises the Commonwealth's academic standards in Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening and Mathematics
2858 16A-5724 License Renewal; Continuing Education
Addresses licensure for individuals who graduated from a school of veterinary medicine not accredited by the American Veterinary Medicine Association; clarifies license renewal procedures and penalties; and updates continuing education requirements.
2857 7-459 Oil and Gas Wells
Updates existing requirements regarding drilling, casing, cementing, testing, monitoring and plugging of oil and gas wells.
2856 7-455 Underground Coal Mine Safety
Adds a new chapter to establish safety standards relating to coal mine operations.
2855 125-127 Definitions and Licensing Requirements
Revises existing regulations to bring them into conformity with Act 1 of 2010.
2854 14-519 Child Care Facilities
Amends existing regulations relating to professional development for facility staff.
2853 47-14 Transactions Between Dealers and Producers
Establishes regulations to govern the weighing and sampling of milk when it is loaded directly from the milking parlor or milkhouse on a dairy farm into a movable bulk milk tanker for transportation.
2852 15-449 Return and Payment of Tax
Clarifies the Department's policy on the form of return taxpayers are required to submit for Pennsylvania Personal Income Tax and clarifies instructions for taxpayers regarding reporting requirements.
2851 11-243 Standards to Define Insurers Deemed to be in Hazardous Financial Condition
Updates and clarifies standards used to identify insurers in hazardous financial condition and specify corrective actions to be taken to minimize the number and impact of insurance insolvencies.
2850 16A-7101 Crane Operators; Initial Rulemaking
Implements the Crane Operators Licensure Act.
2849 16A-5320 Perfusionist
Implements the licensure of perfusionists.
2848 16A-4931 Perfusionist
Implements the licensure of perfusionists.
2847 12-78 Unemployment Compensation; Administration
Updates existing regulations to conform to current law and practice.
2846 12-74 Unemployment Compensation; Employee Provisions
Updates existing regulations to conform to current law and practice.
2845 7-456 Unsuitable for Surface Mining; (Muddy Run)
Designates an area within the headwaters of the Muddy Run watershed in Reade Township, Cambria County as unsuitable for surface mining operations.
2844 16A-51 Schedule of Civil Penalties - Veterinarians and Veterinary Technicians
Codifies civil penalties for violations of the Veterinary Medicine Practice Act.
2843 16A-721 Massage Therapy
Addresses education and qualifications for licensure, licensure renewal, continuing education, and scope and standards of practice for massage therapists
2842 7-458 Incidental Coal Extraction, Bonding, Enforcement, Sediment Control and Remining Financial Guarantees
Amends existing regulations to be consistent with federal mining regulations and amends regulations related to the Remining Financial Guarantee Program.
2841 7-457 Ambient Water Quality Criterion; Chloride (Ch)
Adopts the current national chloride criterion for the protection of aquatic life into Pennsylvania's water quality standards on a statewide basis.
2840 16A-5122 IV Therapy Functions for Licensed Practical Nurses
Establishes the requirements for licensed practical nurses to perform nursing functions involving intravenous access devices.
2839 16A-6804 Schedule of Civil Penalties - Audiologists, Speech-Language Pathologists and Teachers of the Hearing Impaired
Codifies the schedule of civil penalties pertaining to practicing on a lapsed license and adds a schedule of civil penalties for failing to complete continuing education.
2838 16A-5618 Seller Property Disclosure Statement
Adds a seller property disclosure statement to the Commission's regulations and adds the duties of licenses under the Real Estate Seller Disclosure Law.
2837 57-273 Default Service Regulations
Updates existing regulations to be consistent with amendments to authorizing statute.
2836 31-13 Exemption from Execution; Assignment of Rights
Removes obsolete language.
2835 7-452 Dam Safety and Waterway Management
Amends existing regulations to address dam safety concerns by clarifying provisions and amending outdated provisions.
2834 7-438 Clarks Creek, et al; Stream Redesignations
Updates the water quality designations of six streams or stream segments and makes a correction to the stream designation.
2833 14-518 Revisions to the Special Allowance for Supportive Services Requirements; Road to Economic Self-sufficiency through Employment and Training (RESET) Program
Amends existing regulations pertaining to special allowance for supportive services for certain cash assistance or food stamp benefit recipients.
2832 16A-4316 Assistance of Unlicensed Supportive Personnel
Identifies activities and duties that unlicensed supportive personnel may perform under the supervision of a licensed chiropractor.
2831 16A-6916 Licensure by Endorsement; Hours of Supervised Clinical Experience
Amends existing regulations to reflect statutory amendments relating to licensure by endorsement and hours of supervised clinical experience required for licensure.
2830 19-12 Inmate Correspondence
Amends existing regulations relating to inmate correspondence.
2829 15-448 Personal Income Tax - Innocent Spouse Relief
Establishes a new regulation to clarify the Department's policy, provide uniformity and guidance on innocent spouse relief for personal income tax.
2828 3-47 Mortgage Licensee Continuing Education
Deletes obsolete regulations.
2827 3-46 General Provisions Hearings and Conferences
Deletes obsolete regulations.
2826 16A-4315 Review of Chiropractic Treatment
Sets forth standards for a licensed chiropractor to follow in conducting independent chiropractic examinations or chiropractic peer reviews.
2825 57-267 Streamlining the Rate Increase Procedures for Small Motor Carriers
Streamlines the current procedures for rate increase requests submitted by motor passenger carriers with gross operating revenues less than $500,000.
2824 7-454 Administration of the Uniform Environmental Covenants Act
Establishes requirements for the submission of an environmental covenant to the Department of Environmental Protection as demonstration of attainment or maintenance of an environmental remediation standard.
2823 7-453 Administration of the Land Recycling Program
Updates numeric Statewide health-based standards relating to the cleanup of contaminated sites under the Land Recycling and Environmental Remediation Standard Act.
2822 57-271 Utilities; Service Outage Response and Restoration Practices
Amends existing regulations pertaining to service outage and restoration in the electric, gas and water industries.
2821 7-451 Water Quality Standards Implementation
Codifies existing policy and guidance documents for nutrient credit trading related to nutrient and sedimentation pollution in the Chesapeake Bay.
2820 16A-4929 Behavior Specialist
Establishes licensure requirements for behavior specialists.
2819 7-443 National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Permitting, Monitoring and Compliance
Adds a new chapter to recognize and align the Commonwealth's regulations relating to discharges or treated sewage and industrial wastewater with the companion federal regulations.
2818 7-450 New Source Review
Amends existing regulations to incorporate federal requirements pertaining to certain air contamination sources.
2817 6-319 Pennsylvania Pre-K Counts Requirements, Standards and Procedures
Establishes standards and procedures for the Pennsylvania Pre-K Counts grant program.
2816 16A-5322 Reduction of Biennial Fee for Osteopathic Physicians
2815 16A-619 Fees - Landscape Architect
Increases biennial renewal fees for landscape architects.
2814 125-108 Principal Licensing Amendments
Amends existing regulations to improve clarity and eliminate or reduce certain requirements related to obtaining a principal license.
2813 7-449 Large Appliance and Metal Furniture Surface Coating Processes
Limits emissions of volatile organic compounds from the use and application of coatings and cleaning materials in large appliance and metal furniture coating processes.
2812 11-240 Education and Training for Applicants and Insurance Producers
Clarifies existing training and education requirements for insurance producers and adds new requirements for insurers and producers writing long term care insurance and producers selling flood insurance.
2811 16A-4410 Continuing Education
Increases the biennial continuing education requirements for podiatrists.
2810 16A-5615 Initial Licensure Fees
Amends the fee structure for initial licensure.
2809 16A-5136 Biennial Renewal Fees
Increases biennial renewal fees for licensed practical nurses, professional nurses, certified registered nurse practitioners and licensed dietitian nutritionists.
2808 7-442 Beneficial Use of Coal Ash
Establishes the standards, procedures and requirements that apply to the beneficial use of coal ash.
2807 7-448 Paper, Film and Foil Surface Coating Processes
Amends existing regulations to limit volatile organic compound emissions from the use and application of coatings and cleaning materials in paper, film and foil surface coating processes.
2806 7-446 Wastewater Treatment Requirements
Establishes effluent limits for sources of wastewaters containing high concentrations of total dissolved solids.
2805 7-445 Hazardous Waste Management System; Proposed Exclusion for Identification and Listing of Hazardous Waste
Amends an existing hazardous waste delisting.
2804 12-89 Uniform Construction Code
Updates existing regulations to adopt the 2009 Revisions of three International Code Council codes and amendments to the Pennsylvania Construction Code Act.
2803 125-106 Employee Credentials, Design Standards and Internal Controls
Amends existing regulations regarding display of board-issued credentials, use of non-fixed seating and internal controls.
2802 7-444 Outdoor Wood-Fired Boilers
Adds requirements for outdoor wood-fired boilers.
2801 7-447 Flat Wood Paneling Surface Coating Processes
Limits emission of volatile organic compounds from the use and application of inks, coatings and adhesives, and the use of cleaning materials in flat wood paneling surface coating processes.
2800 7-441 Air Quality Fee Schedules
Amends existing fee schedules and adds a new chapter relating to testing, auditing and monitoring fees.
2799 16-50 Biennial Filing Fee
Increases the biennial registration fee for individuals and entities required to be registered under the Lobbying Disclosure Act from $100 to $200.
2798 57-268 Natural Gas Distribution Company; Business Practices
Establishes common business practices for the statewide retail natural gas markets.
2797 7-439 Safe Drinking Water Amendments (Stage 2 Disinfectants and Disinfection Byproducts Rule (Stage 2 DBPR) Long Term 2 Enhanced Surface Water Treatment Rule (LT2ESWTR) and Groundwater Rule (GWR))
Amends existing safe drinking water regulations to incorporate federal provisions needed for Pennsylvania to retain primary enforcement authority.
2796 8-14 State Metrology Laboratory Fee Schedule
Amends the schedule of fees for metrology laboratory calibration, type evaluation and other services.
2795 16A-4616 EFDA Program Approval
Establishes standards for the education of expanded function dental assistants.
2794 16A-4620 Clinical Examinations
Permits applicants to licensure by examination to pass any one of five clinical examinations administered by a regional testing agency.
2793 2-149 Pesticides
Clarifies and updates existing regulations.
2792 16A-4318 Continuing Education Violations
Allows a licensee who has not completed the required amount of continuing education to renew subject to being issued a citation and making up the credits within six months.
2791 16-44 Schedule of Civil Penalties - Chiropractors
Amends the schedule of civil penalties to include failure to complete the required amount of continuing education and practice on a lapsed license.
2790 7-437 Lead and Copper Rule Short Term Revisions
Amends the lead and copper provisions of the existing Safe Drinking Water regulations to incorporate federal requirements.
2789 16A-7015 Appraiser Trainees; Initial and Continuing Education; Supervised Experience; Practice Standards
Establishes requirements for licensure of appraiser trainees; revises initial and continuing education and supervised experience requirements for appraisers and evaluators; and revises appraiser practice standards.
2788 16A-5723 Biennial Renewal Fees
Establishes an incremental biennial renewal fee increase for veterinarians and veterinary technicians over the next five biennial renewal periods.
2787 16A-5722 Responsibility to Clients and Patients
Updates the Rules of Professional Conduct for veterinarians.
2786 16A-6513 Continuing Education Providers
Amends provisions relating to approval of continuing education courses and sponsors of continuing education.
2785 2-170 Canine Health Board Standards for Commercial Kennels
Establishes standards for commercial kennel operations.
2784 14-517 Revisions to the Special Allowance for Supportive Services Requirement
Revises requirements and amounts for special allowances for supportive services for certain cash assistance or food stamp benefit recipients.
2783 7-440 Erosion and Sediment Control and Stormwater Management
Updates existing erosion and sediment control regulations relating to agricultural planning, stormwater management, buffer provisions and a permit-by-rule option. Correction to final publication in Pa Bulletin 9/18/10.
2782 125-105 Jackpot and Credit Meter Payouts
Rewrites the Board's jackpot payout regulations and expands the scope of the regulations to cover credit meter payouts as well as jackpot payouts.
2781 125-103 Employees; Slot Machines; Accounting and Internal Controls; and Compulsive and Problem Gambling
Updates existing regulations to clarify provisions and provide greater flexibility.
2780 125-100 Vendor Revisions
Amends existing regulations to improve clarity, reduce unnecessary filing requirements and improve Board's oversight of vendors.
2779 18-415 Transportation Enhancement Grants from Automated Red Light Enforcement System Revenues
Establishes a Transportation Enhancement Grant Program for the use of revenue generated from automated red light enforcement systems.
2778 14-516 Nonpublic and County Nursing Facilities
Amends the payment methodology for Medical Assistance nursing facility services; streamlines and simplifies rate-setting for non-public facilities; and eliminates obsolete provisions.
2777 2-160 Milk Sanitation
Updates milk sanitation regulations to reflect developments in food science and technology and align the regulations with federal regulatory standards.
2776 4-91 Industrialized Housing
Clarifies the Department's and third parties' roles in monitoring the production of industrialized housing, eliminates redundant requirements, updates definitions,and addresses documentation to identify approved manufacturers.
2775 12-76 Propane and Liquefied Petroleum Gas
Implements provisions of the Propane and Liquefied Petroleum Gas Act and regulates the storage, transfer, sale and use of liquefied petroleum gas
2774 7-433 Administration of the Water and Wastewater Systems Operators' Certification Program
Establishes a new chapter to implement provisions of the Water and Wastewater Systems Operators' Certification Act. Correction published in the 9/25/10 Pa Bulletin.
2773 125-104 Employee Revisions and Pennsylvania Race Horse Development Fund
Revises provisions related to employees and distribution of funds from the Pennsylvania Race Horse Development Fund.
2772 57-269 Natural Gas Distribution Companies and the Promotion of Competitive Retail Markets
Adds a subchapter to address issues pertaining to retail competition in the natural gas supply market.
2771 7-436 Blue Eye Run, et al. (Water Quality Network (WQN) Package); Stream Redesignations
Updates water quality designations for seven streams or stream segments.
2770 7-434 Environmental Laboratory Accreditation
Amends existing regulations governing environmental laboratory accreditation to improve clarity and update fees.
2769 6-319 Pennsylvania Pre-K Counts Requirements, Standards, and Procedures
Establishes the framework standards and procedures for the Pennsylvania Pre-K Counts grant program.
2768 6-320 General Provisions and Supervision
Aligns the Department's regulations with the December 1, 2008 version of the federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act regulations.
2767 6-317 Special Education Services and Programs - General Provisions
Aligns Pennsylvania's regulations with the December 1, 2008 version of the federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act regulations.
2766 3-44 Mortgage Licensee Education
Implements pre-licensure education, testing and continuing education requirements under the Mortgage Act.
2765 35-31 Crime Victims Compensation
Increases reimbursement to crime victims, expands eligibility for reimbursement and simplifies claims processing procedures.
2764 16-43 Schedule of Civil Penalties - Engineers, Land Surveyors and Geologists
Amends the schedule of civil penalties to include failure to complete the required amount of mandatory continuing education.
2763 16A-6315 Qualifications
Updates the examination, education and experience requirements for licensed psychologists.
2762 16A-4710 Continuing Education
Establishes continuing education requirements for licensed engineers, land surveyors and geologists.
2761 16-47 Schedule of Civil Penalties - Funeral Directors and Funeral Establishments
Amends the schedule of civil penalties to include failure to complete the required amount of mandatory continuing education.
2760 16A-4818 Continuing Education Enforcement
Updates and clarifies continuing education requirements.
2759 16A-5512 Biennial Renewal Fees
Increases the biennial license renewal fees for certified public accountants, public accountants and public accounting firms and increases the biennial renewal fees for continuing education program sponsors.
2758 12-85 Workers' Compensation; Individual Self-Insurance
Updates and clarifies existing regulations governing the administration of self-insurance for individual employers under the Workers' Compensation Act.
2757 125-102 Key Employees and Complimentary Services or Items
Amends definitions of "Complimentary service" and "Key employee" and the procedures for review of accounting and internal controls for complimentary services.
2756 125-99 Junkets; Slot Machines; and Practice and Procedures; Omnibus Amendments
Amends existing regulations to improve clarity, reflect current practices and improve the effectiveness of the Gaming Control Board's regulatory programs.
2755 7-428 Adhesives, Sealants, Primers and Solvents
Adds volatile organic compound emission limits for 37 categories of products that are currently unregulated in Pennsylvania and adds requirements for preparation and clean up solvents.
2754 57-266 Licensing Requirements for Natural Gas Suppliers
Implements the statutory requirement for licensing retail natural gas suppliers.
2753 7-432 Administration of the Storage Tank and Spill Prevention Program
Amends an existing chapter to establish new comprehensive training requirements for three classes of underground storage tanks.
2752 11-242 Medicare Supplement Insurance Minimum Standards
Amends existing regulations to comply with changes in federal law for Medicare Supplement Insurance plans and benefits.
2751 15-446 Clothing
Amends rules pertaining to the taxability of clothing.
2750 15-445 Amended Report - Corporation Taxes
Establishes procedures for filing amended corporate tax reports
2749 14-515 Food Stamp Discretionary Provisions
Revises existing regulations relating to intentional program isolation disqualifications to conform to federal regulations.
2748 125-97 Vendor Permission to Conduct Business Prior to Certification or Registration
Amends existing provisions which allow a vendor to provide goods or services to a slot machine applicant or licensee while the vendor's application for certification or registration is being initially processed and reviewed.
2747 16A-6212 Continuing Education
updates and clarifies existing continuing education requirements
2746 16A-4317 Needle Acupuncture
amends existing regulations to remove the prohibition against advertising or practicing needle acupuncture for licensees who are registered to do so by the State Board of Medicine or State Board of Osteopathic Medicine
2745 18-414 Intrastate Motor Carrier Safety Requirements
Amends existing regulations to ensure that Pennsylvania's regulations are consistent with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations and Hazardous Materials Regulations
2744 18-413 Interstate Motor Carrier Safety Requirements
Amends existing regulations to ensure that Pennsylvania's regulations are consistent with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations and Hazardous Materials Regulations.
2743 57-265 Standards and Billing Practices for Residential Utility Services
Amends existing regulations to implement the Responsible Utility Customer Protection Act
2742 7-431 Oil and Gas Wells
increases fees for oil and gas well permits
2741 7-430 Marcellus Shale Well Permit Fees
Establishes increases in permit fees relative to the development of Marcellus Shale gas wells in Pennsylvania
2740 11-238 Annual Audited Insurers' Financial Report Required
updates an existing chapter which requires insurers to have annual audits of their year-end statutory financial statements performed by certified public accountants
2739 125-96 Revised Procedures
updates four chapters of existing regulations to correct errors, clarify requirements, and revise or add new requirements to reflect current practices
2738 125-94 Slot Machine Master Lists
Updates requirements for filing slot machine master lists.
2737 7-424 Mine Subsidence Fund
updates existing regulations and adds new regulations pertaining to the Coal and Clay Mine Subsidence Insurance Fund
2736 7-427 Safe Drinking Water (Stage 2 Disinfectants and Disinfection Byproducts Rule)
Amends existing regulations to reduce disease incidence associated with the disinfection byproducts that form when public water systems add disinfectants.
2735 7-426 Long-Term 2 Enhanced Surface Water Treatment Rule; (Safe Drinking Water)
amends existing Safe Drinking Water regulations to further protect public health against cryptosporidium and other microbial pathogens in drinking water
2734 7-425 Safe Drinking Water (Groundwater Rule)
amends existing safe drinking water regulations regarding identification of ground water systems that are susceptible to contamination; treatment requirements; and notification to the public
2733 125-95 Suppliers' Principal Place of Business; Temporary Credentials and Recordkeeping
addresses requirements for suppliers' principal places of business; temporary credentials issued to applicants for principal or key employee licenses and record storage
2732 106-9 Practice and Procedure
amends existing regulations to provide more specific guidance on practice and procedure before the Environmental Hearing Board
2731 125-92 Smoking in Licensed Facilities
adds a new section to implement the provisions of the Clean Indoor Air Act
2730 6-315 Disciplinary Placements
corrects a reference to federal regulations
2729 16A-5124 Certified Registered Nurse Practitioners; General Provisions
updates existing regulations to reflect statutory revisions affecting the practice of certified registered nurse practitioners
2728 8-13 Commonwealth Parking Facilities
Rescinds regulations relating to allocation of parking permits and amends regulations relating to compliance, parking violations, fines and penalties
2727 7-429 Clean Air Interstate Rule - Repeal
repeals provisions to 3 chapters which relate to the U S Environmental Protection Agency Clean Air Interstate Rule model regulations which were vacated by federal court order
2726 16A-427 Student Records and Curriculum
amends recordkeeping and reporting requirements for barbershops and barber schools
2725 57-262 Household Goods in Use Carrier
amends the definition of "household goods in use."
2724 57-264 Net Metering and Interconnection
Establishes the type and size of customer-owned electric generators that can be interconnected with the electric distribution company's distribution grid and the electric compensation paid to the customers for the energy they supply to the grid
2723 125-93 Rules of Practice and Procedures
revises existing practice and procedure regulations to improve clarity, conform to current practice and simplify existing requirements.
2722 12-83 Mines and Other Excavations
repeals existing regulations related to mines and other excavations.
2721 12-84 Special Rules of Administrative Practice and Procedure Before the Workers' Compensation Appeals Board; Special Rules of Administrative Practice and Procedure Before the Workers' Compensation Judges
Amends regulations to clarify and provide additional guidance when litigating matters before the Workers' Compensation Appeal Board, the Office of Adjudication and judges.
2720 16A-4617 Dental Hygiene Scope of Practice; Local Anesthesia
expands the scope of practice of dental hygienists to include the administration of local anesthesia by regional injection under the direct supervision of a licensed dentist.
2719 16A-5422 Fees
Increases fees for the pharmacy intern certificate, new pharmacy permits, reinspections, pharmacy permit changes and biennial renewal for pharmacists and pharmacies.
2718 10-180 Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC Program)
amends existing regulations relating to the authorization and management of stores participating in the Special Supplemental Nutrition for Women, Infants and Children Program.
2717 7-404 Bluff Recession and Setback
designates Bluff Recession Hazard Areas to protect the health and safety of coastal property owners by preventing the destruction of property and structures.
2716 16-42 Alteration of Local Election Districts
sets forth procedures for election districts to follow when implementing alteration of local election districts and reporting election results.
2715 15-444 Malt Beverage Tax
codifies legislative changes relating to the malt beverage tax that were set forth in Act 46 of 2003.
2714 54-65 Promotion of Sale of Liquor by Vendors
permits vendors of luxury items to process orders from both the Board and from licensees or other persons
2713 14-513 Family Violence and TANF and GA; and Support From Relatives Not Living With the Client
Adds a new chapter to codify requirements that support victims of domestic violence who apply for or receive Temporary Assistance for Needy Families or General Assistance cash assistance programs.
2712 14-514 Assisted Living Residences
Establishes minimum standards for building, equipment, operation, care, programs and services, training, staffing and for the issuance of licenses for assisted living residences.
2711 31-12 Death Benefits
Amends existing regulations to set forth the priority of a member's SERS death benefits in the event a member dies without a valid designation of beneficiaries.
2710 18-409 Air Transportation
Provides limitations and requirements for licensing landing facilities, participation in aviation development grants and local real estate tax reimbursement grants and the erection of obstructions to aircrafts.
2709 11-241 Military Sales Practices
Establishes standards to protect active duty service members of the US Armed Forces from dishonest and predatory insurance sales practices.
2708 125-91 Preliminary Provisions; Onsite Shopkeepers Certification, Labor Organizations; and Slot Machine Licenses
Amends the permitting requirements for individuals in labor organizations and adds a new chapter establishing requirements for certification of on-site shopkeepers and their regulatory responsibilities.
2707 47-13 Producer Receipt for Farm Bulk Tank Milk
Updates existing regulations to allow bills of lading to be prepared and filed using electronic media or paper documentation.
2706 125-87 Trusteeship
Adds a new chapter which sets forth the circumstances under which the Board may appoint a trustee and the obligations, powers and duties of the trustee.
2705 18-410 Physical and Mental Criteria, Including Vision Standards Relating to the Licensing of Drivers
Updates the minimum medical requirements and standards for licensed drivers who are being treated for diabetes mellitus.
2704 18-411 School Bus Drivers
Updates the medical requirements and standards for school bus drivers diagnosed with diabetes mellitus.
2703 125-89 Employees; Slot Machine Licenses; and Accounting and Internal Controls
Amends provisions in 3 chapters relating to reporting of offenses, time periods for submission of application documentation, issuance of temporary credentials for nongaming employees and hiring of security personnel.
2702 125-88 Slot Machine Testing and Control; Possession of Slot Machines; Accounting and Internal Controls; and Commencement of Slot Operations
Amends 4 chapters of regulations to improve the Board's oversight of licenses, clarify various provisions, and provide licenses with additional operating and organizational flexibility.
2701 16A-6911 Code of Ethical Practice and Standards of Professional Conduct
Sets forth professional practice and conduct standards relating to the responsibility of a licensee to clients and patients.
2700 16A-5133 Clinical Nurse Specialists
Sets forth requirements for the certification and renewal of certification for clinical nurse specialists.
2699 2-158 Standards for Seed Certification
Establishes seed certification standards.
2698 2-157 General Provisions for Seed Certification
Establishes seed certification standards.
2697 2-156 Seed Testing, Labeling and Standards
Establishes seed testing, labeling and standards criteria for seed producers and distributors.
2696 6-312 Academic Standards and Assessment
Amends existing provisions relating to academic standards and assessments and requires demonstration of proficiency in academic standards as a high school graduation requirement beginning with the class of 2015.
2695 125-86 Slot Machine Licensing
Amends provisions governing slot machine licensing hearings.
2694 16-41 Mixed Martial Arts
Adds a new chapter to regulate the sport of mixed martial arts.
2693 6-305 Auditing of Approved Private Schools and Chartered Schools for the Education of Deaf and Blind Children
Codifies interim audit standards and requires account records to be maintained in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles.
2692 125-85 Licensed Facility
Expands the definition of "license facility" to clarify what areas are considered to be part of the licensed facility.
2691 125-84 Releases
Requires applicants for a principal or key employee license to execute releases to allow the Board to receive information pursuant to a request for information under the Pennsylvania Right-to-Know Act or the Federal Freedom of Information Act
2690 16A-4924 Acupuncture Licensure
Authorizes acupuncturists to treat patients for 60 days without any physician involvement and establishes protocols for the relationship between the acupuncturists and the patient's treating physician
2689 31-7 Priority of Taxation, Attachment and Assignment of Funds
Sets priorities among conflicting demands of taxes, attachments and assignments on members' retirement benefits authorized by the State Employees' Retirement Code.
2688 57-261 Telecommunications Relay Service System and Relay Service Fund
Codifies an existing policy statement to ensure adequate telecommunications relay service fund balances, timely remittance of fund revenues, and cooperation with fund audits.
2687 14-512 Individual Support Plan for Individuals with Mental Retardation
Updates and clarifies existing regulations regarding the comprehensive plan to provide services for individuals with mental retardation
2686 11-237 Prohibited Phrases
Requires that certain obsolete phrases be eliminated from insurance forms and policies
2685 11-235 Actuarial Opinion and Memorandum
Updates existing provisions pertaining to actuarial opinions and supporting memoranda to make them consistent with the corresponding model regulations from the National Association of Insurance Commissioners
2684 6-311 Program Approval
Establishes program approval requirements for certain educational programs offered by post-secondary degree-granting institutions in Pennsylvania
2683 7-420 Control of NOx Emissions from Glass Melting Furnaces
Establishes nitrogen oxides emission control requirements, standards and limitations for glass melting furnaces during the ozone season.
2682 7-419 Control of NOx Emissions from Cement Kilns
Revises existing nitrogen oxides emission limits for cement kilns.
2681 7-423 Radiological Health and Radon Certification Fees
Amends permit fees associated with radioactive materials, radiation-producing machines and service providers and radon service providers.
2680 13-5 Persian Gulf Conflict Veterans' Benefit Program
Implements a new program which will provide a bonus payment to veterans of the first Persian Gulf War and to survivors of veterans who died during active service.
2679 16A-6512 Deletion of Athletic Trainer Regulations
Deletes the Board's existing athletic trainer regulations
2678 16A-629 Temporary Permits
Clarifies and updates existing regulations relating to temporary permits to practice as a nursing home administrator
2677 125-79 Preliminary Provisions; Employees; Junket Enterprises; Slot Machine Licenses; Slot Machine Testing and Control; Possession of Slot Machines; and Accounting and Internal Controls
Amendments relating to organizational changes, slot machine design standards, accounting, internal controls and merchandise jackpots
2676 125-82 Independent Audit Committee
Adds provisions requiring non-publicly traded corporations to establish an independent audit committee.
2675 125-81 Slot Machine Licensing
Amends existing provisions dealing with slot machine licenses to state that all license renewals will be valid for 1 year from the date that the license renewal is approved by the Board.
2674 57-257 Universal Services and Energy Conservation Reporting Requirements and Customer Assistance Programs
Establishes a unified process for universal service funding for natural gas distribution & electric distribution companies.
2673 57-260 Abbreviated Procedure for Review of Transfer of Control and Affiliate Filings for Telecommunications Carriers
Establishes provisions for review and action on mergers and stock transactions in the telecommunications industry.
2672 10-181 School Immunizations; Communicable and Noncommunicable Diseases
Revises immunization requirements for children in child care group settings.
2671 31-8 Definitions
Clarifies the definition of "Beneficiary."
2670 31-9 Electronic Submission of Documents and Electronic Transactions
Permits members to submit documents electronically if the Board chooses to adopt a policy to authorize it.
2669 31-10 Termination of Annuities
Deletes obsolete and repetitive langauge
2668 31-11 Death Benefits
Adds information that must be contained on a SERS nomination of beneficiary form.
2667 15-442 Repeal of Sales and Use Tax Exclusion for Tangible Personal Property Used in the Production of Commercial Motion Pictures
Deletes existing section detailing tax exclusion for commercial motion picture production which was repealed from the statute by Act 55 of 2007
2666 125-78 Slot Machine Testing and Control
Adds provisions governing how slot machine licensees should treat unredeemed gaming vouchers.
2665 16-40 Lobbying Disclosure
Implements the lobbying disclosure requirements of Act 134 of 2006.
2664 16A-5123 Nursing Education Programs Examination Pass Rates
Increases examination pass rate required for nursing schools to 80% of their graduates in three years
2663 16A-5420 Pharmacist Breaks
Adds provisions related to pharmacist breaks
2662 16A-5417 Continuing Education
Clarifies changes to the sections of the regulation relating to continuing pharmacy education.
2661 17-75 Retired Law Enforcement Officers Identification and Qualification Cards
Provides for the issuance of identification and firearm qualification cards for retired law enforcement officers
2660 54-60 Responsible Alcohol Management Program
Establishes the Responsible Alcohol Management Program (RAMP)
2659 7-421 Triennial Review of Water Quality Standards
triennial update of water quality standards for the Commonwealth
2658 7-422 Diesel Vehicle Idling; and Auxiliary Power Systems
Establishes idling restrictions for diesel-powered vehicles and power systems
2657 54-64 Licenses; Promotions
Several amendments related to the points system, appointment of managers, license transfers upon death, safekeeping of licenses and tasting events in stores.
2656 16A-4926 Nurse Midwife Prescriptive Authority
Establishes prescriptive authority for licensed midwives working in collaboration with medical doctors.
2655 14-510 Payment for Burial and Cremation
Codifies a Notice of Rule Change (NORC) published at 30 Pa.B. 2957 on June 10, 2000.
2654 10-186 Confidentiality of Patient Records and Information
Expands the amount of information treatment providers may release to other entities and clarifies the rules relating to confidentiality and disclosure of patient-identifying information.
2653 6-308 Charter School and Cyber Charter School Services and Programs for Children with Disabilities
Aligns existing regulations pertaining to Charter Schools and Cyber Charter Schools, with the federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, related federal regulations and applicable provisions of Pennsylvania statutes.
2652 125-74 Vendor Certification and Registration
Revises existing regulations to allow vendors to submit applications independently to the Board
2651 57-256 Implementation of the Public Utility Confidential Security Information Disclosure Protection Act
Implements CSI Act (Act 156 of 2006) by establishing requirements and procedures for handling confidential security information of public utilities
2650 11-239 Fees and Collection Procedures
Increases the gallon fee on all regulated substances entering an underground storage tank from $.011 to $.02 per gallon.
2649 57-258 Electronic Filing
Amends procedural regulations to accommodate electronic filing of certain documents without also filing paper copies.
2648 57-255 Retail Electricity Choice Activity Reports
Requires electric distribution companies and electric generation suppliers to report information by customer group relating to sales activity.
2647 2-155 Odor Management Certification Program
Establishes training and certification criteria for odor management specialists.
2646 125-72 General Provisions; and Applications
Establishes rules pertaining to advertising by slot machine, manufacturer and junket licensees and creates a process for dealing with abandoned applications.
2645 125-71 Bureau of Investigation and Enforcement; and Slot Machine Testing and Control
Amends existing regulations to be more consistent with the Act and subsequently adopted regulations. It also removes obsolete language.
2644 16A-5318 Prescriptive Privileges for Physician Assistants
Permits physician assistants practicing under the direction of an osteopathic physician to prescribe drugs.
2643 8-12 Death Benefits for Survivors of Emergency and Law Enforcement Personnel
Revises existing regulations to implement statutory provisions relating to death benefits for emergency and law enforcement personnel families and survivors
2642 11-155 Objections and Procedure for Hearings on Reports of Examination
Deletes Chapter 58 because Act 177 of 1992 superseded it with specific statutory procedures to challenge the Department's examination reports.
2641 16-37 Communicable Disease Testing
Amends existing regulations to permit communicable disease testing to take place up to 6 months prior to the annual license application.
2640 16A-5416 Revisions Regarding Current Pharmacy Practice
Amends 49 Pa. Code Chapter 27 to remove outdated language to bring the regulation up to date with current practices in the industry.
2639 16A-4816 Preneed Activities of Unlicensed Employee
Establishes requirements, procedures and standards for the activities of unlicensed employees in assisting funeral directors with preneed business
2638 16A-6915 Biennial Renewal Fees
Raises the Board's biennial renewal fees from $45 to $75 to cover the Board's operational costs.
2637 7-407 Safe Drinking Water; Public Notification Revisions
Establishes new requirements for improving public notification in response to emergencies or contaminations involving public water supplies
2636 7-416 Consumer Products
Expands current regulation of Volatile Organic Compounds to include 11 additional categories of consumer products to help meet National Ambient Air Quality Standards for ozone
2635 6-307 Special Education for Gifted Students
Amends existing regulations pertaining to gifted education programs of school districts.
2634 7-418 Facility Odor Management
Adds Chapter 83 to 25 Pa. Code to regulate odor management at certain facilities and agricultural operations.
2633 7-412 Safe Drinking Water - General Update
Updates existing drinking water regulations to match federal requirements and improve reporting methods
2632 7-414 Coal Mines
Extensive rewrite of surface mining regulations including incorporation of standards by reference of the U.S. Department of Labor, Mine Safety and Health Administration
2631 16A-5131 Faculty Requirements for Nursing Education Programs
Amends existing regulations to provide flexibility in staffing education programs to expand educational opportunities and enrollment
2630 16A-4923 Expert Witness
Establishes qualifications consistent with the Medical Care Availability and Reduction of Error Act (40 P.S. § 1303.512), regarding experts testifying in proceedings before the Board.
2629 16A-419 Requirements for Examination Eligibility
This proposed rulemaking amends Chapter 49 of the Pa. Code, relating to eligibility and passing of the Architect Registration Examination (ARE).
2628 16A-4514 General Revisions
amends the existing regulation to implement changes made to the Cosmetology Law, as well as to generally update regulations.
2627 16A-4815 Preneed Funeral Arrangements
Sets forth procedures and requirements for managing preneed funds and contracts, and allowing customers to transfer contracts and funds
2626 16A-4314 Reactivation of Lapsed License
amends current regulations with regard to reactivation of a license that has been inactive for at least 5 years by making the process more simple, while still assuring that the licensee is competent to practice.
2625 16A-5418 Sales of Hypodermic Needles and Syringes
Permits a pharmacist to sell hypodermic needles and syringes without a prescription.
2624 7-415 Alternative Fuels Incentive Grant Program (AFIG) Regulation
Deletes 4 Pa. Code Chapter 311 in its entirety consistent with its abrogation by Act 178 of 2004.
2623 10-184 Home Care Agencies and Home Care Registries
Sets minimum standards for the operation and licensure of home care agencies and home care registries as required by Act 69 of 2006.
2622 31-6 Special Rules of Administrative Practice and Procedure
Provides an exception to the applicability of general rules and extends the period to appeal a Board decision from 10 to 30 days
2621 43-10 Formalization and Clarification of Current Practices
Amends the rules in Chapter 201 as they relate to practice and procedure before the Board.
2620 3-43 Proper Conduct of Lending and Brokering in the Mortgage Loan Business
Establishes proper conduct for licensees dealing with lending or brokering to individuals or entities.
2619 7-409 Hazardous Waste Regulations
The EQB proposes to amend various chapters of the existing regulation to address the DEP Secretary's directive to implement goals in the Administration's priorities of increased environmental protection and improved human quality of life.
2618 6-306 Special Education Services and Programs
Aligns Chapter 14 with the federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, related federal regulations, and applicable provisions of Pennsylvania statute, court decisions and settlement agreements.
2617 64-4 Review of Administrative Decisions
Updates the Dept's existing regulations for conducting hearings on petitions for review.
2616 2-102 Amusement Rides and Attractions Erected Permanently or Temporarily at Carnivals, Fairs and Amusement Parks
Updates the regulations on amusement rides and attractions and conforms the regulations to national industry standards.
2615 14-511 Inpatient Hospital Services
Limits DPW's payment of Medicare cost-sharing for inpatient hospital services in the same manner as DPW's payment for all other services
2614 125-64 Manufacturer Designees; Principal Licenses; Employees; Vendor Certification and Registration; Slot Machine Licenses
Establishes licensure requirements for manufacturer designees, principal licenses, employees, vendors and slot machine licenses.
2613 54-63 License Application and Management Contracts
Amends various sections of the Board's existing regulations and adds two subchapters pertaining to management contracts and tax clearance.
2612 125-56 Practice and Procedure
Converts its temporary regulations to permanent regulations which relate to general rules for filing pleadings with the Board
2611 7-410 Stream Redesignations, Big Brook, et al.
Updates and revises designations for 11 stream segments across the state including one upgrade to "Exceptional Value"
2610 125-61 General Revisions; Applications; Licensed Entity Representatives; Manufacturer Licenses; Supplier Licenses; Horsemen's Organizations; Labor Organizations; Junket Enterprises; Management Companies
Establishes licensure requirements for licensed entity representatives, manufacturers, suppliers, horsemen's organizations, labor organizations, junket enterprises and management companies.
2609 16A-38 Schedule of Civil Penalties - Nurses
Converts an existing statement of policy dealing with the schedule of civil penalties for nurses into a regulation. It also adds another violation to this table, based on a recent act.
2608 16A-5130 Continuing Education for Professional Nurses
Implements standards and requirements for 30 hours of continuing education as established by Act 58 of 2006
2607 7-411 Clean Air Interstate Rule
Incorporates by reference the CAIR NOx Annual Trading Program, the CAIR NOx Ozone Season Trading Program and the CAIR SO2 Trading Program, with some exceptions.
2606 14-508 Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments
Updates existing regulations to be consistent with federal law and regulations, and adopts by reference the federal Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments of 1988
2605 16A-4817 Renewal Fee
Increases the biennial renewal fee.
2604 16A-4813 Forms Review
Clarifies existing language to state that the Board will disapprove any form statement of funeral goods and services or preneed contracts if the form would lead to a violation of the Funeral Director Law or Board regulations.
2603 41-20 Domestic and Sexual Violence Victim Address Confidentiality Program
Establishes standards and procedures for the Domestic and Sexual Violence Address Confidentiality Program.
2602 16A-5617 Consumer Notice - Commercial Property Exception
Incorporates a statutory exception - disclosure requirements do not apply to brokers in "commercial property sale or lease transactions" when the buyer/tenant is a business or company and not an individual
2601 125-57 Persons Required to be Excluded; Underage Gaming
Establishes provisions related to the exclusion of certain persons from licensed facilities and underage gaming.
2600 16A-627 Administrator-In-Training Program
Creates an administrator-in-training program for Nursing Home Administrator candidates that have a bachelors and/or a master's degree.
2599 16A-5614 Consumer Notice
amends disclosure requirements and streamlines the prescribed content for the "Consumer Notice."
2598 7-408 Permit Streamlining
Revises plan approval requirements for air cleaning devices and air contamination sources.
2597 11-234 Preparation and Filing of Forms for Approval (Fire and Casualty)
Rescinds obsolete and unnecessary regulations pertaining to the preparation and filing of forms.
2596 15-436 Pennsylvania Gaming Cash Flow Management
Establishes procedures for the administration and distribution of all net slot machine revenue under the Pennsylvania Race Horse Development and Gaming Act.
2595 16A-5128 Continuing Education Fee for Certified Registered Nurse Practitioners
Adds a fee necessary to cover the costs associated with the approval of a CRNP continuing education course that is not on the preapproved list.
2594 16A-5721 Professional Conduct
Revises and updates standards of conduct and adds prohibitions for unprofessional conduct including verbal abuse and harassment
2593 16A-5415 Supplies and Equipment
Deletes unnecessary and outdated provisions from existing regulations.
2592 2-154 Deletion of Outdated Regulations
Deletes four unneeded chapters relating to Johne's disease, the certified apple program, fiscal aide for stem rust control and quarantine provisions.
2591 57-251 Provision of Bundled Service Package Plans at a Single Monthly Rate by Local Exchange Carriers
Eliminates the need for administrative review and approval of a waiver from separate billing requirements.
2590 19-9 State Intermediate Punishment
Implements a program to reduce recidivism by providing intense drug and alcohol treatment to certain defendants convicted of drug-related offenses.
2589 125-54 Compulsive and Problem Gambling; Self Exclusion
Establishes requirements for the Board's compulsive and problem gambling program and the self-exclusion program.
2588 125-53 General Rules of Practice
Establishes general rules of practice and procedure that would be applicable in hearings before the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board.
2587 7-406 Notification of Proximity to Airports
Amends the definition of airport to include military airports and requires notification if a waste transfer facility will be opened or expanded within 6 miles of an airport.
2586 16A-6010 Biennial Renewal Fees
Increases biennial license renewal fees.
2585 7-403 Water Resources Planning
Specifies who is required to register, keep records and report information regarding withdrawals of water and the information that is reported to DEP.
2584 18-408 Roadside Rest Areas
Updates and clarifies conditions and activities not permitted at roadside rest areas and facilities.
2583 6-303 Certification of Professional Personnel
Amends teaching certificates for professional personnel in public schools.
2582 7-402 Radiological Health
Corrects references to federal rules and clarifies or modifies provisions related to civil penalties, definitions, healing arts screening requirements and attestation requirements for radon services
2581 125-49 Accounting and Internal Controls; Slot Computer Systems; Commencement of Slot Operations
Establishes accounting and internal control requirements for slot machine licensees and deletes interim regulations.
2580 12-75 Training and Certification Requirements for Code Administrators Administration; Elevators and Other Lifting Devices
Updates the Uniform Construction Code by incorporating seven statutory amendments;
2579 15-440 Organ and Bone Marrow Donor Tax Credit
Implements portions of Act 65 of 2006 to establish a business tax credit for multi-state business firms that permit an employee to miss work to donate an organ or bone marrow.
2578 11-236 Recognition 2001 CSO Mortality Table for Use Determining Min Reserve Liabilities & Nonforfeiture Benefits & 2001 CSO Preferred Class Structure Mortality Table Use Determining Min Reserve Liabilities
Adds the 2001 CSO Preferred Class Structure Mortality Table as a table that may be used as the minimum valuation standard.
2577 10-182 Sexual Assault Victim Emergency Services
Establishes requirements for hospitals that provide sexual assault emergency services.
2576 41-18 County Probation and Parole Officers' Firearm Education and Training Commission
Establishes procedures for county probation and parole officers to be certified to carry a firearm.
2575 15-439 School District Personal Income Tax
Implements the provisions of the Tax Payer Relief Act of 2006.
2574 8-11 Distribution of Federally Donated Foods to Needy Households
Deletes three obsolete chapters that address the procedures and guidelines for the distribution of federally donated foods to needy households.
2573 16A-4618 Sexual Misconduct
makes sexual misconduct between certificateholders and current patients be considered unprofessional conduct and subjects the practitioner to disciplinary action.
2572 125-48 Slot Machine Testing and Control; Possession of Slot Machines
Creates testing and approval requirements for slot machines and related equipment as well as provisions governing the possession of those slot machines.
2571 57-248 Inspection and Maintenance Standards for the Electric Distribution Companies
Establishes specific minimum inspection, maintenance, repair and replacement requirements for infrastructure (poles, wires, conduits and other fixtures)
2570 57-249 Service Interruption
Adds a definition of "service interruption" for water utilities.
2569 57-252 Implementation of the Alternative Energy Portfolio Standards Act of 2004
Establishes standards for electric distribution companies and electric generation suppliers to comply with the mandate to increase reliance on alternative energy systems.
2568 16A-4313 Patient Records
Amendment to establish the information required to document clinical necessity.
2567 16A-676 Orders
Delineates the standards and requirements for both written and oral orders.
2566 16A-6511 Biennial Renewal Fees
Increases the biennial renewal fees for physical therapists, physical therapist assistants and holders of certificates to practice physical therapy without a referral.
2565 16A-5719 Recordkeeping
Amends existing regulations to further specify the requirements for veterinary medical records made by the Board's licensees.
2564 47-12 Refrigeration Equipment; Records and Reports
Provides a method to allow milk dealers to sell or lease refrigeration equipment to wholesale customers through a charge added to the minimum milk prices.
2563 125-47 Diversity
Implements Chapter 481(Diversity).
2562 125-46 Recordkeeping and Fees
Implements Chapter 451 (Recordkeeping Requirements and Chapter 471 (Filing Fees).
2561 125-45 General and Operative Provisions; Board Procedures
Implements Chapter 401 (Preliminary Provisions), Chapter 403 (Board Operations and Organization), Chapter 405 (Bureau of Investigation and Enforcement) and Chapter 407 (Public Access to Board Files).
2560 7-400 Mine Opening Blasting
Clarifies that blasting at mine openings is a surface mining activity and other requirements including licensing, scheduling of blasting and protective measures.
2559 2-152 Dog Law Enforcement
Revises and upgrades standards and requirements for dog kennels.
2558 31-6 Appeal Period
Specifies a 30-day period to appeal administrative decisions to the Board
2557 7-401 Coal Mine Reclamation Fees and Reclamation of Bond Forfeiture Sites
Amends provisions relating to reclamation fees and to requirements for the reclamation of coal mined lands where the bonds had been forfeited.
2556 12-71 Registration of Sign Language Interpreters and Transliterators
Implements the Sign Language Interpreter and Transliterator State Registration Act of 2004
2555 17-73 Administration of the Training Program
Amends existing provisions to be consistent with current medical practice by allowing physician's assistants and certified nurse practitioners to perform required physicals.
2554 4-85 Industrial Housing and Components
Amends existing regulations to bring the energy efficiency requirements up to par with the PA Construction Code Act & reduces the number of inspections by the Department.
2553 18-407 Prequalification of Bidders
Deletes the prequalification requirement for Rest Area Structures and Buildings to attract a greater number of bidders
2552 14-504 Licensure/Approval Appeal Procedure
Updates and simplifies the certification appeal process
2551 50-120 Rescission of Forms and Other Technical Amendments
Deletes obsolete provisions and out-dated forms, and updates existing provisions.
2550 6-300 Keystone Educational Accountability Best Management Practices Standards
Establishes best management practice standards to be used to measure school district practices under the Keystone Educational Accountability program.
2549 14-505 Child Care
Updates existing child care subsidy regulations for working families in TANF, and extends subsidies to families in GA and Food Stamp programs.
2548 6-302 Foreign Corporation Standards
Establishes the requirements for the operation of post-secondary degree-granting institutions in the Commonwealth that are chartered in another state or country
2547 7-405 Standards for Contaminants; Mercury
Establishes mercury emission control limits for coal-fired electric generating units.
2546 11-233 Advances Made to Companies (Other Than Mutual Life)
Deletes Chapter 105 in response to the passage of Act 216 of 2004
2545 11-225 Property and Casualty Actuarial Opinion
Adds a new chapter with requirements and standards for filing of statements of actuarial opinion by property and casualty insurers.
2544 19-7 County Correctional Institutions
Updates outdated regulations, makes minimum standards consistent with recognized professional standards, proceduralizes the declassification of county prisons with noncompliance issues and amends the inspection process.
2543 6-301 Prekindergarten
Amends existing regulations to establish standards and criteria for prekindergarten programs operated by school districts or community agencies under contract with school districts.
2542 12-72 Medical Cost Containment
Updates requirements and procedures for reimbursement and review of medical treatment for work-related injuries under the Workmen's Compensation Act.
2541 16A-5611 Seller Property Disclosure Statement
Adds seller property disclosure statement to regulation.
2540 4-86 Building Energy Conservation Standards
Deletes existing Chapter 147 of Title 12 Pa. Code since the enabling statute was repealed.
2539 14-506 Child Care Facilities
Updates and revises requirements and standards for child day care providers including protections for children with special needs.
2538 18-406 Emissions Inspection Program
Modifies emissions station signage requirements to include the posting of certain fees.
2537 16A-7014 Federally Mandated Education Criteria
General revisions including updates to comply with Federal requirements, updates to education requirements and changes to improve clarity of the regulation.
2536 34-65 Pennsylvania Breeding Fund Program
Establishes Pennsylvania Breeding Fund Program rewards in regulation as required by statute and revises definitions
2535 7-399 Nonattainment New Source Review
Comprehensive revision retaining provisions more stringent than federal regulations
2534 57-242 Extended Area Service
Establishes when Extended Area Service may convert instate toll calling areas to a local call
2533 57-247 PUC Filing and Reporting Requirements on Local Exchange Carriers
Streamlines the Local Exchange Carrier reporting requirements by eliminating certain reports
2532 7-395 Administration of the Storage Tank and Spill Prevention Act
Makes comprehensive and minor editorial changes to existing regulations on the administration of the storage tank and spill prevention program
2531 15-435 Terminal-Based Lottery Games
Establishes procedures and standards for publishing notices in Pa Bulletin to start new terminal-based lottery games like Match 6, Cash 5 or Powerball
2530 16A-5716 Certified Veterinary Technician Specialist
Amends the code of ethics for certified veterinary technicians to prohibit making "a false, deceptive or misleading statement or claim."
2529 16A-4513 Removal of Term "Manager"
Removes the term "manager" and all references to a cosmetology shop manager from the Board's regulations
2528 16A-4511 Accreditation of Licensed Schools
Clarifies that a licensed school must submit proof that it is also accredited by a nationally recognized accrediting agency
2527 16A-4915 Athletic Trainers
Provides for certification of athletic trainers and establishes procedures for certification and protocols for practice
2526 2-151 Shellfish
Updates procedures and requirements for processing, transportation, storage and sale of shellfish
2525 56-3 Representation of Applicant
Clarifies that persons who are unable to apply for clemency due to mental incompetence or mental disability may be represented by a legal guardian, next friend or other person authorized by law to act on behalf of the applicant
2524 57-245 Alternative Energy Portfolio Standards; Interconnection Standards for Customer-Generators
Establishes procedures for "customer generators" to connect to utility distribution links
2523 7-398 Pennsylvania Clean Vehicles Program
Updates and clarifies adoption of California regulations (CARB) for automobile emissions and postpones compliance with CARB's CA LEV II until the 2008 model year.
2522 16A-646 Corrective Amendment to Schedule of Fees
Corrects the official text of the Board's regulations pertaining to schedule of fees
2521 4-84 Manufactured Housing
Establishes the fees for following inspections or monitoring services and makes a few minor housekeeping amendments
2520 6-298 Vocational Education
Identifies the accountability standard for approved career technical education programs, outlines the approved program review process and establishes the technical institute program standards
2519 57-244 Alternative Energy Portfolio Standards
Establishes net metering requirements in accordance with the Alternative Energy Portfolio Standards Act (Act 213 of 2004)
2518 11-228 Minimum Reserve Standards for Individual and Group Health and Accident Insurance Contracts
Updates and revises standards for calculating minimum reserves for health and accident, and long-term care insurance, clarifies provisions and deletes duplicative, outdated or unnecessary language.
2517 11-227 Credit Life Insurance and Credit Accident and Health Insurance
Updates mortality table used to calculate minimum reserves, clarifies provisions and deletes duplicative, outdated or unnecessary language.
2516 14-503 Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program
Temporarily expands the eligibility requirements for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program through June 30, 2006.
2515 54-60 Responsible Alcohol Management Program
2514 15-431 Proof Required to Establish Credit
Deletes the word "signed" from existing requirement for "signed" copies of different state tax returns as proof
2513 2-150 Commercial Manure Hauler and Broker Certification
Establishes training, examination and certification criteria for commercial manure haulers and manure brokers
2512 57-239 Regulation of Interexchange Carriers and Services
Implements the provisions of Act 183 of 2004 related to interexchange telecommunications carriers
2511 57-238 Gas Service; Safety Code
Modifies current language so that future amendments to 49 CFR Parts 191-193 and 199 are automatically adopted by the PUC
2510 18-404 Flashing or Revolving Lights on Emergency and Authorized Vehicles
Updates requirements and standards for flashing or revolving lights
2509 18-405 Mechanical, Electrical and Electronic Speed-Timing Devices
Allows State Police to use "Moving Radar" and "Lidar"
2508 15-430 Revision of Construction Contractors; Sales Tax Requirements
Deletes certain regulations pertaining to sales tax requirements for construction contractors and inserts those regulations into more appropriate sections of the Code
2507 4-82 Manufactured Housing Improvement Program
Implements the requirements of the Manufactured Housing Improvement Act
2506 6-297 Higher Education General Provisions
Updates and clarifies existing regulations for postsecondary institutions
2505 16A-4916 Physician Assistants
Updates regulations to reflect current medical practice
2504 4-80 Community Development Grant Program
Updates the Community Development Block Grant regulations as they relate to the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development Section 108 loan guarantee program
2503 15-429 Realty Transfer Tax Amendments
Addresses numerous legislative changes and brings regulatory provisions into conformity with departmental policy
2502 6-293 Certification of Professional Personnel
General update of certification requirements for teachers, student services personnel, school administrators and other professional personnel
2501 17-68 Administration of the Training Program
Updates requirements for physical fitness, training waivers, examination fees, school directors and suspension of school certification
2500 6-296 Academic Standards and Assessment for Career Education and Work
Amends existing regulations to add academic standards in Career Education and Work
2499 6-295 Academic Standards and Assessment
Updates academic standards regarding instruction, graduation, strategic planning and assessment
2498 16A-6910 Child Abuse Reporting Requirements
Establishes child abuse reporting requirements for marriage and family therapists and professional counselors
2497 16A-5717 Biennial Renewal Fees
Increases the biennial renewal fee for licensed veterinarians and veterinary technicians
2496 16A-5317 Respiratory Therapists
Defines the requirements for continuing education for the practice of respiratory therapists
2495 16A-5127 Fees for Approval of Nursing Education Programs
Increases fees to cover the Board's costs in evaluating and approving applications for nursing education programs
2494 16A-4921 Respiratory Care Continuing Education
Defines the requirements for continuing education of respiratory care practitioners
2493 16A-699 Licensure Technical Amendments
Updates provisions related to graduates of social work programs
2492 31-5 Administrative Duties of the Board
Deletes provisions that conflict with the Right-To-Know law regarding minutes of board meetings and other records
2491 31-4 Membership, Credited Service and Eligibility for Benefits
Deletes the lists of class of service
2490 31-3 Preliminary Provisions
Deletes the term "class of service multiplier"
2489 7-397 Stream Redesignations, (Newtown Creek, et al.)
Changes the designations of six water bodies and corrects a typographical error
2488 14-493 Nursing Facility Services; Preadmission Requirements and Civil Rights Compliance for Nursing Facilities
Requires a nursing facility to have applicants evaluated for the need for nursing facility services prior to admission
2487 2-143 CHEMSWEEP Pesticide Disposal Program
Revises and expands the disposal program
2486 6-294 Compliance with the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001; Bridge Certification
Extends the deadline for teachers to apply for participation in the Bridge Certification program from July 30, 2005, to July 30, 2006
2485 12-68 Qualifications for Vocational Experts
Amends the minimum qualifications for vocational experts and establishes ethical rules and financial interest disclosure standards
2484 12-67 General Provisions
Updates and clarifies existing regulations that govern the administration of the Workers' Compensation Act and related procedures
2483 15-428 Raffle Lottery Games
Adds a chapter to establish procedures for creating and administering on-line raffle lottery games
2482 18-402 School Bus Drivers
Implements Act 76 of 2004 by adding chiropractors to the list of providers who may conduct physical examinations for school bus drivers
2481 18-400 School Buses and School Vehicles
Updates the safety and equipment standards for school buses and school vehicles.
2480 16A-5315 Deletion of Exam Fees
Deletes references to six examination fees and a reference to dates certain examinations are administered.
2479 16A-6912 Continuing Education
Adds continuing education requirements for clinical social workers, professional counselors and marriage and family therapists.
2478 8-9 General Provisions; Device Type Approval and State Metrology Laboratory
Establishes fees for testing services performed by the State Metrology Laboratory
2477 54-62 Point System for Certain Licensees
Implements Section 479 of the Liquor Code which established a system of assigning points to liquor licenses
2476 16A-5612 Biennial Renewal Fee Increases
Increases five fees related to licensure.
2475 16A-4512 Biennial Renewal Fee Increase
Raises biennial renewal fees for all classes of Cosmetology Board licensees.
2474 18-401 Administrative Practice and Procedure
Makes revisions and clarifications to the Department's provisions relating to administrative practice and procedure
2473 2-147 Nutrient Management Certification
Updates and revises the certification program
2472 106-8 Practice and Procedure
Updates and amends the EHB's rules of practice and procedure
2471 16A-608 Protest Proceedings
Establishes provisions to supplement the General Rules of Administrative Practice and Procedure regarding protest matters.
2470 16A-618 General Revisions
Deletes references to the specific Board-approved licensure exam, conforms the regulations to actual Board procedures, deletes unnecessary provisions and clarifies existing provisions
2469 16A-6210 Biennial Renewal Fees
Raises the biennial renewal fee
2468 54-61 Revisions to Codify Practices and Procedures Resulting from Legislative Amendments
Clarifies and establishes provisions for establishments serving food, gift cards, Sunday sales, wine events, incentive programs and noise exemptions
2467 16A-675 Oral Orders
Allows occupational therapists to accept referrals from licensed optometrists.
2466 47-11 Transactions Between Dealers and Customers; Dealer Inducements
Prohibits loans made by Board licensed milk dealers to their customers
2465 16A-559 Revision of and Deletion of Existing Regulations
Revises regulations to be consistent with CPA Law and deletes obsolete provisions
2464 16A-6316 Biennial Renewal Fee Increase
Raises the biennial renewal fee
2463 57-237 Provisions of Default Service
Defines the obligation of electric distribution companies to serve retail customers at the conclusion of their respective transition periods.
2462 11-224 Medicare Supplement Insurance Minimum Standards
Amends the requirements for Medicare Supplement Insurance policies.
2461 7-394 Storage, Handling and Use of Explosives
Revises and increases requirements and standards for explosives storage to deter theft
2460 57-227A Regarding Preservation of Records
Inserts a 20-year retention period for "journal vouchers and journal entries."
2459 16A-4814 Unprofessional Conduct
Provides additional grounds of misconduct in the Funeral Director profession
2458 16A-698 Supervised Clinical Experience
Creates an exception to the required maximum of no more than six supervisees per supervisor in certain settings.
2457 16A-5120 Dietitian-Nutritionists
Implements Act 99 of 2002 relating to licensing of dietician and nutritionists
2456 16A-5414 Biennial Renewal Fees
Amends the Board's biennial renewal fees for pharmacists and pharmacies.
2455 16A-4919 Registration and Practice of Acupuncturists
Amends current regulations relating to the registration and practice of acupuncturists
2454 7-392 Environmental Laboratory Accreditation
Sets forth requirements for an environmental laboratory accreditation program for laboratories that test or analyze samples that are used to comply with statutes administered by DEP
2453 16A-478 Biennial Renewal Fees and Examination Fees
Raises biennial registration fee for all licensees from $25 to $50; deletes extraneous fees and makes minor editorial changes
2452 14-491 Home Health Agency Services
Removes current requirement that Home Health Agency Services recipients must be homebound
2451 7-393 Hazardous Waste Management System; Proposed Exclusion for Identification and Listing Hazardous Waste
Grants a delisting to MAX Environmental Technologies, Inc. that would allow Electric Arc Furnace Dust to not be treated as a hazardous waste.
2450 18-398 Driver's License Examination
Implements Act 76 of 2004 by adding chiropractors to the list of providers who may conduct physical examinations for drivers' licenses
2449 14-490 Special MA Eligibility Provisions
Provides medical assistance to eligible women who were screened for, diagnosed with and found to need treatment for breast or cervical cancer or a precancerous condition of the breast or cervix
2448 18-399 Permit Agents
Amends the definition of "Telegram Authority."
2447 54-60 Responsible Alcohol Management Program
2446 15-426 Sales and Use Tax; Prebuilt Housing
Codifies changes to taxation of prebuilt housing
2445 16-34 Communicable Disease Testing
Amends current regulations to require annual testing for communicable diseases
2444 14-492 Supplemental Security Income Program and State Supplementary Payment Program
Rescinds chapter 297 of the Department's current regulation and replaces it with a new chapter 299. New chapter 299 allows the Department to act as administrator of the State Supplementary Payment Program
2443 12-58 Boiler and Unfired Pressure Vessel Regulations
Implements Act 85 of 1998 aligning state rules with national standards for boiler safety and inspection
2442 11-223 Public Adjuster Contracts and Licensing Requirements
Amends Chapter 115 for consistency with its enabling statute
2441 57-236 Practice and Procedure Before the Commission
Delineates the form and content of applications and pleadings, filing deadlines, discovery rules, emergency order procedures and filing exceptions
2440 10-177 Schedules of Controlled Substances
Adds five substances to the Schedule I list of controlled substances
2439 18-393 Child Passenger Protection
Implements requirements for the use of child passenger restraint systems
2438 15-425 Local Option Small Games of Chance
Amends the Department's regulations on small games of chance
2437 16A-5412 Drug Therapy and Injectable Medications, Biologicals and Immunizations
Implements amendments to the Pharmacy Act to allow certain pharmacists to administer injectable medications, biologicals and immunizations
2436 16A-4615 Biennial Renewal Fees - Dentist, Restricted Anesthesia Permit II
Increases biennial renewal fees for dentists.
2435 16A-32 Schedule of Civil Penalties
Amends civil penalty schedules for the violation of licensure laws and regulations
2434 18-378 Access to and Occupancy of Highways by Driveways, Local Roads and Structures
Updates and revises regulations governing location, design, construction and maintenance of access for driveways and local roads on or near state highways
2433 18-397 Occupational Limited License
Establishes guidelines relating to the verification of information contained in petitions for an occupational limited license
2432 18-396 Proportional Registration of Fleet Vehicles
Establishes rules and procedures to implement bilateral agreements and the International Registration Plan for the registration of fleets
2431 2-146 Amendments to Lifetime Licensure
Amends the Department of Agriculture's regulations to comply with the Veterinary Medicine Practice Act and the regulations promulgated by the State Board of Veterinary Medicine.
2430 50-119 Investment Advisors; Exchange Transactions
Updates and clarifies provisions and requirements for investment advisers.
2429 14-489 Subsidized Child Care Eligibility
Replaces existing subsidized child care eligibility regulations.
2428 35-29 Crime Victims Compensation
Simplifies or clarifies the office's claims processing determination and appeal procedures
2427 18-395 Ignition Interlock
Adds standards and procedures for compliance with the sections of the vehicle code that deal with ignition interlock systems
2426 16A-5119 Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner Program Approval
Sets forth requirements and standards for approval of certified registered nurse practitioner programs
2425 16A-5121 Temporary Practice Permits
Establishes standards and procedures for granting temporary practice permits to qualified nurses who are licensed by another state or country
2424 16A-447 Professional Liability Insurance
Eliminates references to the repealed Health Care Services Malpractice Act and replaces them with references to the Mcare Act
2423 16A-5413 Examination Fees
Deletes references to fees for the NAPLEX and MPJE licensing examinations
2422 16A-6313 Education Requirements
Requires applicants to graduate from schools that are accredited by the APA, CPA (Canadian Psychological Association) or designated by ASPPB/National Register
2421 16A-5610 Reciprocal License
Implements Act 58 of 2003 which gave the Real Estate Commission the authority to enter into reciprocal licensure agreements with other states.
2420 16A-4917 Licensure of Medical Doctors
Amends requirements to license graduates of foreign medical schools and for licensure by endorsement
2419 16A-691 Sexual Misconduct
Establishes prohibitions against sexual conduct by licensees in the context of the licensee's professional relationship with a patient
2418 18-392 Official Traffic Control Devices
Adopts the national "Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD)" and establishes additional rules as needed
2417 18-377 Alcohol Highway Safety Schools and Driving Under the Influence Program Coordinators
Establishes the rules and procedures for the operation of Alcohol Highway Safety Schools
2416 14-488 Medical Assistance Provider Appeal Procedure
Establishes rules, standards and procedures to be used when Medical Assistance providers challenge DPW decisions, implements Act 142 of 2002.
2415 14-486 MA Day of Care Definition
Amends the "MA Day of Care" definition to include care by MAMCO and LTCCAP providers
2414 14-483 Metropolitan Statistical Area
Changes the manner in which the Department establishes the peer groups used to set net operating prices under the case-mix payment system
2413 7-390 Nutrient Management
Amends the existing regulations to reflect current scientific and programmatic findings relating to on-farm loss of nutrients
2412 7-391 Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations and Other Agricultural Operations
Conforms DEP's existing regulations for concentrated animal feeding operations to revised federal regulations and makes some substantive and organizational changes
2411 54-59 Revisions to Codify Practices and Procedures Resulting from Legislative Amendments
Amends Board regulations to reflect current practice and to address legislative changes to the Liquor Code
2410 57-233 Passenger Service and Property and Household Goods Carriers
Updates and clarifies regulations governing common carriers of passengers and property.
2409 11-222 Workers' Compensation Act-Provider Fees; Payment for Anesthesia Services
Sets the allowance for anesthesia services provided to patients under the PA Workers' Compensation Act when the allowance utilizes the anesthesia conversion factor
2408 15-427 Lucky for Life Lotto
Establishes the rules and procedures that will apply to the operation and administration of the new Lucky for Life Lotto game
2407 16-33 Fees for Notary Services
Amends the fees that notaries may charge for rendering services
2406 16A-6802 Continuing Education
Requires licensed speech-language and hearing professionals to complete 20 hours of continuing education for each biennial renewal period
2405 16A-5410 Technology and Automation
Permits electronic transmission and storage of prescriptions and also sets standards for centralized prescription processing and automated medication systems
2404 57-234 Public Utility Security Planning and Readiness
Requires utilities to develop and maintain written physical, cyber security, emergency response and business continuity plans
2403 19-6 Administration, State Correctional Institutions and Facilities and Release and Prerelease Programs
Updates regulations governing the administration and operation of state correctional institutions and facilities.
2402 14-484 MA Program Payment Policies
Revises the maximum reimbursement limit paid by the Medical Assistance Program for services provided by a practitioner during one hospitalization.
2401 7-388 Lake Redesignations
Redesignates three PA lakes (Lake Luxembourg, Blue Marsh Reservoir and Walker Lake) to provide the appropriate aquatic life use designation, mirroring existing use.
2400 57-229 Permanent Standards of Conduct
Establishes binding standards of conduct to govern the relationships between natural gas distribution companies and affiliated natural gas supplies
2399 16A-4918 Disciplinary Process and Procedure
Codifies the process and procedures currently followed in disciplinary matters before the State Board of Medicine
2398 16A-418 Definitions and Fees
Adds a definition for "sole proprietorship," and excludes sole proprietorships from the annual renewal fee for firms
2397 16A-4810 Limited License
Implements the issuance of limited licenses authorizing funeral directors from another state to provide some services in Pennsylvania.
2396 16A-4614 Administration of General Anesthesia, Deep Sedation, Conscious Sedation and Nitrous Oxide/Oxygen Analgesia
Enhances requirements for permit holders who administer general anesthesia, deep sedation, conscious sedation and nitrous oxide/oxygen analgesia
2395 14-481 Payment for Burial
Increases the payment to funeral directors for burial services to $750 for all eligible individuals.
2394 57-230 Changing Local Service Providers
Establishes rules, procedures and standards to ensure consumers are able to migrate between local telephone service providers without delay or interruption of their basic telephone service.
2393 57-232 Establishing Local Service Provider Abandonment Process for Jurisdictional Telecommunications Companies
Establishes rules, procedures and standards for when a local telephone service provider abandons local telephone service
2392 7-389 Mine Subsidence Fund
Amends current regulations which control how the Board administers the Mine Subsidence Insurance Fund
2391 16A-5715 Implanting Electronic Identification; Veterinary Technician
Allows certified veterinary technicians to implant electronic identification under direct veterinary supervision
2390 16A-5510 CPA Examination
Replaces the paper-and-pencil CPA examination with the new computer-based CPA examination
2389 2-145 Food Employee Certification
Revises standards and procedures to approve certification training programs and to certify supervisory employees
2388 18-387 Vehicles Required to Stop at Railroad Grade Crossings
Deletes the list of vehicles required to stop at railroad crossings. The list will now be published in the PA Bulletin.
2387 14-482 Subsidized Child Day Care Eligibility Head Start Expansion
Establishes eligibility requirements for the Head Start Supplemental Assistance Program
2386 17-65 Use of Unmarked Vehicles
Establishes the procedures to be used by a police officer in an unmarked vehicle when stopping a motorist
2385 11-220 Continuing Care Providers
Updates and clarifies Chapter 151 with respect to requirements for annual audits of financial statements filed by continuing care providers.
2384 11-217 Annual Audited Insurers' Financial Report Required
Updates Chapter 147 relating to annual audits of insurers' year-end financial statements by certified public accountants to improve clarity and be consistent with the NAIC model
2383 16A-5118 Approval of Diploma Programs in Transition to Degree-Granting Status
Establishes process for a Board-approved hospital-based diploma nursing program to become an associate or baccalaureate degree nursing education program.
2382 16A-5313 Continuing Medical Education
Establishes minimum continuing education hours in the areas of patient safety and risk management mandated by Act 13 of 2002.
2381 16A-448 Sexual Misconduct
Establishes what will be considered sexual misconduct for podiatrists.
2380 2-142 Sheep and Lamb Marketing Program; Wine Marketing and Research Program
Deletes the PA Sheep and Lamb Marketing Program and adds guidance provisions for the PA Wine Marketing and Research Program
2379 61-5 Act 140 of 2002 Implementation
Amends current regulations to comply with Act 140 of 2002 to reflect current hearing practices and to clarify existing regulations
2378 16A-6314 Notice Requirements
Requires licensees to notify the Board of felony or misdemeanor pleas or convictions and any disciplinary action taken by another jurisdiction
2377 16A-628 Deletion and Correction of Fees
Deletes three fees and corrects two other fees that were mistakenly omitted or reduced in a prior rulemaking
2376 16A-5312 Delegation of Medical Services
Establishes criteria that would allow osteopathic physicians to delegate the performance of medical services
2375 16A-4914 Continuing Medical Education
Implements the continuing medical education mandate of Act 13 of 2002
2374 16A-569 Deletion of Examination Fees
Deletes references to an examination fee
2373 17-66 Designation of Emergency Vehicles
Identifies the type of vehicles in the Department of Corrections that may qualify for emergency vehicles designation
2372 17-64 Administration of the Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement; Age Compliance Check Program
Establishes standards, procedures and training requirements for the liquor control enforcement age compliance check program
2371 15-424 Match 6 Lotto
Establishes rules and procedures for a new lottery game to be called Match 6 Lotto
2370 11-219 Fees and Collection Procedures
Raises gallon and capacity fees to maintain solvency of the fund
2369 16A-6510 Certificate of Authorization
Implements Act 6 of 2002 to allow physical therapists to practice physical therapy without a referral from a physician in certain circumstances
2368 16A-617 Deletion of Examination Fees
Deletes references to details of licensure examination process and fees charged by testing organizations
2367 6-280 Pupil Personnel Services and Students
Addresses students rights and responsibilities in the areas of free education and attendance; discrimination; corporal punishment; exclusions from school; hearings; hair and dress and searches
2366 7-386 Triennial Review of Water Quality Standards
Updates and clarifies language in several parts of Chapter 93, including changes to its scope, and specific and general water criteria
2365 15-423 Repeal of Obsolete Lottery Regulations
Repeals six obsolete lottery games
2364 11-215 Standards for Safeguarding Customer Information
Implements privacy requirements for nonpublic financial and health information
2363 57-228 Electric Service Reliability
Amends regulations by establishing performance and benchmarking standards and adds quarterly reporting requirements
2362 18-384 Enhanced Emission Inspection Program
Updates the vehicle emissions inspection program including the use of on-board diagnostic (OBD) testing and expands the program to include a total of 25 counties
2361 16A-647 Examination Fees
Replaces the Board's examination fee for Auctioneer Licenses with direct payment to the professional testing organization designated by the Board
2360 16A-606 Emergency Vehicles
Exempts licensed vehicle dealers who sell only new firefighting or EMS vehicles from display area requirements
2359 16A-426 Ten Chair Barber Schools
Reduces the minimum requirements for a barber school license and streamlines the process for starting a new school
2358 7-385 Bond Adjustment and Bituminous Mine Subsidence Control Standards
Amends requirements relating to the protection and repair of dwellings and noncommercial dwellings in areas above coal mining operations, replacement of water supplies and adjustment of bonds for repairs
2357 16A-561 Education
Revises current continuing education pre-licensure requirements and adds provisions concerning the death of a broker
2356 16A-489 Continuing Education
Updates provisions related to continuing education requirements
2355 10-174 Out-of-Hospital Do-Not-Resuscitate Orders
Implements procedures for an out-of-hospital do-not-resuscitate order
2354 16A-5211 Continuing Education, Fees, Certification to Treat Glaucoma
Establishes the application procedure for certification to treat glaucoma, approves continuing education courses offered by certain providers and clarifies continuing education requirements.
2353 16A-5116 CRNP Prescriptive Authority Fees
Implements application and renewal fees for CRNPs who wish to prescribe and dispense drugs
2352 7-387 Radiological Health
Revised to reflect code changes as a result of previous revisions to Article V and NRC regulations incorporated by reference
2351 11-218 Recognition of the 2001 CSO Mortality Table for Use in Determining Minimum Reserve Liabilities and Nonforfeiture Benefits
Specifies that the NAIC-adopted 2001 CSO Mortality Table is the new mortality table standard for life insurance coverage
2350 6-287 Special Education Services and Programs
Precludes a school district and an early intervention agency from requesting a hearing in an attempt to override the parents withholding of consent to begin special ED services
2349 6-279 Pupil Attendance
Updates requirements for admissions to public schools, temporary absences, excusals from public school attendance, applicability and exceptions
2348 7-380 Stream Redesignations (Brushy Meadow Creek, et al.)
Updates and clarifies listings for 36 stream segments, upgrades four stream segments to EV
2347 18-385 Vehicle Equipment and Inspection
Provides for visual inspection of emission control equipment on vehicles registered in counties where there is no emissions inspection program
2346 18-374 Physical and Mental Criteria, Including Vision Standards Relating to the Licensing of Drivers
Provides for a waiver of the seizure-free requirement and the corrective lens requirement for certain drivers and provides for a restricted license for certain drivers with a visual acuity of at least 20/100
2345 7-383 Safe Drinking Water; Microbial and Disinfection Byproducts
Corrects provisions relating to disinfectants, disinfection byproducts and surface water treatment so that they are no more stringent than Federal guidelines
2344 7-384 Safe Drinking Water; Long Term 1 Enhanced Surface Water Treatment Rule
Extends cryptosporidium control requirements to public drinking water systems serving 10,000 or fewer people
2343 6-286 General Provisions
Adds a new school application fee, requires attendance at new school seminars and limits new school applications to one program approval per application fee
2342 100-16 Uniform Claims and Billing Form Manual, Severity Methodology
Deleted references to the Medis Group methodology in Appendix A to Chapter 912
2341 16A-7012 Continuing Education for Appraisers and Broker/Appraisers
Amends continuing education requirements for appraisers related to Act 103 of 2000
2340 10-173 Schedules of Controlled Substances
Reschedules: Estazolam from Schedule I to IV; Buprenorphine from Schedule V to III; and adds Butorphanol, Sibutramine and Zolpidem to Schedule IV controlled substances
2339 57-227 Electric and Gas Utility Record Retention
Revises and streamlines record retention requirements for electric utilities (electric distribution companies) and gas utilities (natural gas distribution companies)
2338 18-373 Official Traffic Control Devices
Adopts the National Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) and also establishes additional rules not in the MUTCD for traffic control devices
2337 18-383 Enhanced Emission Inspection Program
Adopts alternate final emission standards developed by EPA for vehicles subject to the acceleration simulation mode test
2336 6-283 Academic Standards and Assessment for Career Education and Work
Establishes academic standards for career education and work
2335 18-371 Liquid Fuels Tax Funds
Conforms the requirements specific to municipal contracts involving the expenditures of liquid fuels tax monies to recent statutory amendments
2334 16A-5714 Continuing Education Provider Approval
Adds to the list of pre-approved providers of continuing education for veterinarians and animal health technicians
2333 16A-4811 Renewal Fee
Increases the biennial renewal fee
2332 17-63 Administration of the Training Program
Adds a ninth grade reading requirement and physical fitness evaluation as officer qualifications; clarifies examination requirements; updates policy on cheating and authorizes use of indoor firing ranges at certified schools
2331 7-381 Safe Drinking Water; Radionuclides Rule
Requires monitoring for radionuclides at each entry point to a community water systems distribution system
2330 7-382 Safe Drinking Water; Filter Backwash Recycling Rule (FBRR)
Requires public water systems to review their filtration system recycling practices and, where appropriate, make changes so that microbial control is not compromised
2329 15-422 Daily Number and Big Four Game
Permits alternative selection methodologies for the Daily Number and Big Four Games
2328 57-223 Filing Requirements Relating to Water and Wastewater Public Utilities
Updates rate change filing requirements for water and wastewater public utilities involving rate changes in excess of $1 million
2327 16A-659 General Provisions
Makes general revisions to current regulations in the areas of: education, endorsement, scope of practice, functions of support personnel, discipline and various editorial changes
2326 16A-417 Firm Practice
Adds the requirements for registration as a limited liability company and limited liability partnership
2325 16A-605 Branch Lots
Permits licensed dealers to store or display vehicles at an unlicensed location where no business activity takes place and permits a dealer to display one vehicle as an advertisement
2324 16A-529 Continuing Education
Updates continuing education requirements and conforms with Act 130 of 1996 and recent judicial decisions
2323 16A-528 General Revisions
General update of optometry regulations to comply with Act 130 of 1996
2322 31-2 Optional Alternate Retirement Plans
Deletes language that could be interpreted as allowing employees to elect an optional retirement plan or opt out of SERS each time a new alternate plan is approved by the State System of Higher Education
2321 50-118 Banking and Savings and Loan Institutions
Amends numerous provisions to reflect current policies to comply with recent state and federal statutory changes and to conform to the rules of a national securities association
2320 43-9 Optional Alternate Retirement Plans
Deletes language that could be interpreted as allowing employees to elect an optional retirement plan or opt out of PSERS each time a new alternate plan is approved by the State System of Higher Education
2319 16A-696 Exemption From Licensure Examination
Authorizes a "professional counselor license" to be issued without examination to an applicant who demonstrates he or she holds the Master Addiction Counselor credential from the National Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors
2318 64-3 Estimation Calculations for Determining Unclaimed Property Liability
Sets forth the estimation procedures to be used by the Treasury Department where a holder of unclaimed property has insufficient records to determine its actual liability
2317 16A-607 Consignment Sales
Sets forth consumer protection requirements for licensed car dealers who engage in consignment sales
2316 16A-446 Continuing Education
Establishes a pre-approved course provider from which licensees can obtain the requisite amount of continuing education credits
2315 14-480 Invoicing for Services
Changes the time frames MA nursing facility providers and intermediate care facility for the mentally retarded providers have to submit claim adjustments and resubmit rejected claims
2314 16A-5117 Continuing Education
Establishes continuing education requirements for certified registered nurse practitioners
2313 54-57 Responsible Alcohol Management
Implements a responsible alcohol management program for restaurants, beer only restaurants, clubs, catering clubs, distributors and importing distributors
2312 11-216 Fees and Collection Procedures
Increases the gallon and capacity fee to reflect the recommendations of an actuarial report from September 2002 and also increases the maximum payments for corrective action and bodily injury or property damage to $1.5 million per event
2311 16A-604 Established Place of Business for Dealers
Establishes an exemption to requirements for a vehicle display area for car dealers
2310 16A-425 Deletion of Examination Fees
Deletes references to fees for examinations for barbers, barber teachers and managers because fees are set by professional testing organizations
2309 16A-603 Vehicle Auction License
Establishes minimum facility requirements for retail and wholesale vehicle auctions.
2308 16A-4612 Expanded Function Dental Assistants
Eliminates the requirements for expanded function dental assistants to take a clinical examination in order to become certified
2307 16A-4613 Sexual Misconduct
Sets sexual misconduct standards for licensees of the State Board of Dentistry
2306 16A-454 Sanitation/Disinfection
Updates minimum equipment requirements and procedures for sanitation and disinfection in salons and schools
2305 8-4 Instructions to Bidders
Repeals existing regulation that set forth how bidders must prepare and resubmit bids on DGS construction projects
2304 8-3 General Conditions of Contract
Repeals Chapter 63 relating to contract terms for construction projects
2303 8-2 State Art Commission
Repeals criteria by which the State Art Commission reviewed projects
2302 7-378 Small Sources of NOx, Cement Kilns and Large Internal Combustion Engines
Establishes NOx emission limits for certain boilers, turbines and stationary internal combustion engines for Philadelphia and surrounding counties and statewide NOx emission limits for large stationary internal combustion engines and cement kilns
2301 54-58 Chapter 9. Transportation, Importation, Disposition and Storage
Permits transporter-for-hire to contract with non-licensed contractors and deletes an outdated out-of-service vehicle provision
2300 10-170 Public Swimming and Bathing Places
Specifies requirements for public bathing beaches relating to bacterial monitoring and beach closings
2299 14-478 Resource Provisions for Categorically NMP-MA and MNO-MA; Income Provisions for Categorically Needy NMP-MA and MNO-MA
Revises MA eligibility requirements for long-term care services
2298 16A-7013 Biennial Renewal Fees and Examination Fees
Raises biennial renewal fees for certified real estate appraisers and PA evaluators, establishes a biennial renewal fee for brokers/appraisers and deletes certain examination fees
2297 14-479 Pharmaceutical Services
Revises the pharmacy reimbursement formula for drugs dispensed under the Medical Assistance Program
2296 14-477 Income Provisions for Categorically Needy NMP-MA and MNO-MA
Eliminates Non-Money Payment (NMP) spend-down and limits use of unpaid medical expenses as a deduction for MA in determining Medically Needy Only (MNO) spend-down eligibility
2295 7-379 Stream Redesignation; East Branch Codorus Creek
Redesignates East Branch Codorus Creek from CWF to WWF to provide for the appropriate designated use
2294 14-475 Personal Care Homes
Updates current personal care home regulations to strengthen health and safety requirements
2293 2-141 Milk Sanitation
Extends the "sell-by" date on containers of pasteurized milk by three days and exempts certain highly-processed pasteurized dairy products from the "sell-by" date requirements
2292 11-212 Medicare Supplement Insurance Minimum Standards
Makes the regulations similar to the NAIC model rule in order to comply with federal requirements in the Medicare, Medicaid and SCHIP Benefits Improvement and Protection Act of 2000
2291 14-476 Outpatient Drug and Alcohol Clinic Services
Improves the timing of Medical Assistance patient treatment at outpatient drug and alcohol clinics
2290 12-59 Appeals from Determinations of Department
Revises how parties in unemployment compensation matters file appeals and the determination of timelines for these appeals
2289 10-169 Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children
Eliminates the limitation criteria used to limit the number of stores authorized to participate in the WIC Program
2288 10-155 Recreational Swimming Establishment Lifeguard Requirements
Requires recreational swimming establishments to maintain the appropriate amount of certified lifeguards on duty during operation of the facility
2287 15-421 Cash 5, Super 6 Lotto and Powerball
Eliminates the cancellation of tickets once printed at the Lottery terminal, decreases the minimum payout for the Super 6 game and changes the timeframe for public notice for changes to the Powerball game
2286 54-58 Chapter 9 - Transportation, Importation, Disposition and Storage
Permits transporters-for-hire to contract with non-licensed contractors and deletes an outdated out-of-service vehicle provision
2285 6-278 Academic Standards and Assessment, High School Graduation Requirements
Deletes the requirement that school districts affix seals to diplomas; requires school districts to issue certificates of proficiency or distinction; requires school districts to include PSSA test scores on student transcripts
2284 7B-5 Snowmobile and All-Terrain Vehicle Registration and Operation
Updates provisions relating to snowmobile and ATV registration and operation to bring them into conformity with Department practice and the snowmobile and All-Terrain Vehicle Law
2283 12-60 Uniform Construction Code; Administration and Enforcement; Elevators and Other Lifting Devices
Sets forth a Uniform Construction Code (UCC) (Act 45 of 1999) with administrative and enforcement provisions, fees, and standards for lifting devices
2282 4-72 Industrial Housing
Updates and clarifies existing regulations; adopts the international building code and increases fees charged by the Department
2281 47-10 Milk Marketing Fees
Increases fees to reflect the administrative costs associated with issuing licenses and fees
2280 18-371 Chapter 449 Liquid Fuels Tax Funds
Updates and revises provisions relating to forms and bonding requirements to reflect recent statutory changes
2279 11-210 Workers' Compensation Security Fund
Administers the Workers' Compensation Security Fund Act and establishes how contributions are to be made to the fund
2278 10-165 Hearing Aid Sales and Registration
Amends regulation to be consistent with the Hearing Aid Sales Registration Law
2277 6-274 Definitions of Statutory Terms
Provides definitions of statutory terms included in the Professional Educator Discipline Act
2276 16A-5712 Professional Conduct; Prescription Drugs
Requires veterinarians to dispense prescription drugs in child resistant or manufacturer's original packaging and to dispense prescriptions within the manufacturer's expiration date
2275 16A-4913 Biennial Renewal Fees
Increases the biennial license renewal fee from $125 to $360 in response to the passage of the Medical Care Availability and Reduction of Error Act
2274 16A-5311 Biennial Renewal Fees
Increases the biennial license renewal fee from $140 to $440 in response to the passage of the Medical Care Availability and Reduction of Error Act
2273 7B-4 State Forest Picnic Areas
Deletes duplicative provisions and amends rules of conduct for picnic area visitors
2272 2-140 Aquaculture Development Plan
Establishes the framework for loan and marketing programs to be used to promote the development and expansion of aquaculture in Pennsylvania
2271 16A-5210 Therapeutic Certification
Deletes a section pertaining to certification and amends another section to cite the statutory requirement based on a Commonwealth Court decision
2270B 7-377 Stream Redesignations; Oysterville Creek, et al.
Upgrades the designation and increases the protection of 2 streams in Berks County
2270A 7-377 Stream Redesignations; Oysterville Creek, et al.
Upgrades the designation and increases the protection of 4 streams located in Bedford, Delaware and York counties
2269 7-376 Coal Mining
Exempts government-financed construction and reclamation projects from the coal mine permit requirements of Chapters 86, 87 and 88
2268 15-420 Powerball
Establishes a new lottery game called Powerball, in the Commonwealth
2267 2-116 Application of Soil and Groundwater Contaminated with Agricultural Chemicals to Agricultural Lands
Sets forth the general rules to apply soil and groundwater contaminated with agricultural chemicals to agricultural land
2266 57-224 Generic Competitive Safeguards
Establishes competitive safeguards to promote competition in the provision of telecommunications products and services
2265 11-200 Life Insurance; Annuity Disclosure
Provides for new consumer protections that apply to certain individual and group annuity contracts and riders
2264 106-7 Practice and Procedure
Updates and amends the rules of practice and procedure in front of EHB
2263 11-204 Safeguarding Insurer Securities
Updates current regulations to recognize changes in the securities marketplace and to safeguard against theft or loss of insurer securities
2262 16A-539 Sexual Misconduct
Establishes guidelines relating to sexual misconduct between licensees and patients or family members of patients
2261 16A-416 Examination Fees
Implements an annual renewal fee and eliminates reference to cost and procedures for taking the National Architect exam
2260 7B-3 State Parks; General Provisions
Comprehensive update, reorganization and streamlining of existing rules governing activities in State parks
2259 12-61 Special Rules of Administrative Practice and Procedure Before the Workers' Compensation Appeal Board and the Workers' Compensation Judges
Clarifies and provides detailed guidance for practice and procedure before workers' compensation judges and the Workers Compensation Appeals Board
2258 18-372 School Buses
Establishes procedures and criteria by which individuals with certain medical conditions may qualify to be school bus drivers, and allows school buses to display roof-top identification numbers
2257 11-209 Privacy of Consumer Health Information
Adopts Chapter 146b to implement the privacy requirements for non-public health information in the NAIC Model rule. Certain licensees will also be subject to Federal HIPPA regulations
2256 11-213 Requirements for All Policies and Forms, Preparation of Forms
Deletes an existing provision which limits recovery of accidental death benefits based upon when the death occurs
2255 2-137 Food Code
Establishes a comprehensive food code for Pennsylvania
2254 11-214 Fees and Collection Procedures
Increases two fees of the Underground Storage Tank Indemnification Fund
2253 6-276 Academic Standards and Assessment for Arts and Humanities; Health, Safety and Physical Education; and Family and Consumer Sciences
Establishes academic standards for elementary and secondary students in the subject areas of arts and humanities; health, safety and physical education; and family and consumer sciences
2252 6-275 Academic Standards and Assessment for Civics and Government; Economics; Geography and History
Amends Chapter 4 by adding academic standards in civics and government, economics, geography and history
2251 16A-445 Biennial Renewal Fees
Amends the Board's biennial renewal fee for podiatrists in order to reflect the costs of maintaining the Board's operations over a two-year period
2250 10-167 Drugs Which May be Used by Certain Optometrists
Amends the list of drugs which may be used by certain optometrists
2249 18-370 Service, Acceptance, and Use of Legal Process and Legal Proceedings
Updates office addresses and phone numbers for service of legal documents
2248 2-138 Agricultural Area Security Program; Agricultural Conservation Easement Purchase Program; Agricultural Security Area Program
Replaces outdated agricultural security area regulations and implements numerous amendments to the law
2247 57-225 Street Railway Transportation
Repeals existing regulations governing street railway transportation in the Commonwealth
2246 11-146 Public Adjuster Contracts and Licensing Requirements
Amends Chapter 115 to make it consistent with the current statute to more effectively regulate the licensing and conduct of public adjusters and public adjuster solicitors
2245 7-372 Safe Fill
Replaces existing "clean fill" regulations with "safe fill" and "historic fill" in Chapter 271 (relating to municipal waste) and Chapter 287 (relating to residual waste)
2244 14-474 Redetermining Eligibility, General Eligibility Provisions and Income
Establishes eligibility requirements for Extended TANF and General Assistance when the 60 month time limit is exhausted
2243 7-375 Water Quality Standards Implementation - Chloride and Sulfate
Moves the point of application of the water quality criteria for chloride and sulfate from all points in stream after mixing to the point of all existing or planned surface potable water supply withdrawals
2242 7-374 Great Lakes Initiative
Eliminates the use of mixing areas in calculating allowable discharge limits for BCCs, thereby lessening loadings to the Great Lake System
2241 2-135 Dog Licensure
Establishes procedures for the use of microchips as permanent identification for lifetime dog licenses and includes other amendments in compliance with the Dog Law
2240 14-473 Changes in Payment Methodology for Movable Property and Exceptional Payment for Nursing Facility Services
Changes the methodology for payment for movable property and durable medical equipment under the case-mix system
2239 7-364 Hazardous Waste Management
Updates the Hazardous Waste Management Program and addresses issues raised since the Regulatory Basics Initiative rulemaking
2238 7-371 Architectural and Industrial Maintenance Coatings
Adds volatile organic compound (VOC) standards for architectural and industrial maintenance coatings
2237 7-357 Noncoal Underground Mines and Other Excavations
Revises regulations addressing safety at noncoal underground mines and mined-out underground coal mines used to house other businesses
2236 7-366 Stream Redesignations (Class A Wild Trout Waters)
Redesignates a number of streams as Class A Wild Trout Waters as determined by the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission
2235 12-61 Special Rules of Administrative Practice and Procedure Before the Workers' Compensation Appeal Board and Compensation Judges
Amends regulations to clarify and provide guidance for practice and procedure before workers' compensation judges and Workers' Compensation Appeals Board
2234 61-04 Promotion Procedure
Increases flexibility for promoting noncivil service employees
2233 16A-4610 Administration of General Anesthesia, Deep Sedation, Conscious Sedation and Nitrous Oxide/Oxygen Analgesia
Revises provisions relating to permits for forms of anesthesia
2232 16A-6310 Computerized Examinations
Revises examination and reexamination requirements
2231 16A-5115 Oral Orders
Allows LPN's to accept oral orders in accordance with the policy of the facility
2230 16A-497 Sexual Misconduct
Establishes guidelines relating to sexual misconduct between licensees and patients or family members of patients
2229 54-57 Responsible Alcohol Management
Implements a responsible alcohol management program for restaurants, beer only restaurants, clubs, catering clubs, distributors and importing distributors
2228 7-370 Consumer Products
Establishes volatile organic compound (VOC) standards for approximately 80 different types of products, ranging from adhesives to windshield washer solution, to reduce ozone pollution
2227 7-369 Portable Fuel Containers
Establishes performance standards for new portable fuel containers and requirements for no spill spouts
2226 106-6 Practice and Procedure
Revises the Board's rules of practice and procedure to make them more user-friendly
2225 43-8 Contributions and Benefits
Allows the cost of purchasing retirement credit to be deducted from the actuarial value of the retirement account
2224 14-472 TANF Program
Updates regulations governing welfare programs to reflect several changes including the Federal Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996, Pennsylvania Act 35 of 1996 and Act 58 of 1997
2223 16A-4510 Examination Fees
Deletes examination fees from existing regulations
2222 16A-4611 Application Fees
Adds two new fees for dental radiology application and authorization and notification application of postgraduate training or faculty member
2221 11-211 Charter Amendments; Financial Requirements
Deletes obsolete underwriting requirements for automobile insurance coverage
2220 11-208 Long-Term Care Insurance Form and Rate Filings
Implements the Long-Term Care Insurance Act, reflects changes in the long-term care insurance marketplace, and revises rate filing requirements and required disclosure notices
2219 14-453 Outpatient Drug and Alcohol Clinic Services
Codifies a Notice of Rule Change published on March 7, 1998 and updates the Medical Assistance participation requirements for drug and alcohol clinics to maintain consistency with the licensing provisions of the Department of Health
2218 47-9 Over-Order Premium Pool
Sets the formula for Pennsylvania's over-order premium pool
2217 14-470 Disproportionate Share Incentive Program
Authorizes an increase to the disproportionate share incentive payments for nursing facilities
2216 14-468 General Principles for Rate and Price Setting
Authorizes an extension of transition payments to county nursing facilities
2215 16A-639 Continuing Education--Ethics
Clarifies continuing education credit requirements
2214 7-368 Safe Drinking Water
Adds new requirements for Consumer Confidence Reports; revises public notice requirements; and makes minor revisions to the regulation of lead and copper for water supply systems
2213 57-222 Financial Reporting Requirements for All Telecommunications Carriers
Amends the existing definitions of telephone utility classes; allows competitive carriers flexibility in the use of accounting procedures and amends reporting requirements
2212 16A-4912 Physician Delegation of Medical Services
Establishes criteria that would allow medical doctors to delegate the performance of medical services
2211 7-365 Heavy-Duty Diesel Emissions Control Program
Adopts by reference California's emission standards for new heavy-duty diesel vehicles and engines (which are greater than 14,000 lbs.) starting in the 2005 model year
2210 2-134 Fees - Pesticide Control Act
Increases four annual fees for the pesticides control program
2209 15-418 Personal Income Tax; Employer Withholding
Implements rules for cafeteria plan taxation and revises employer registration and filing requirements
2208 16A-695 Fees
Increases two fees to reflect the Boards actual costs and adds three new fees as required by the Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists and Professional Counselors Act
2207 7-367 Coal Mine Permits/Road Requirements
Addresses criteria for approval of coal mine permits concerning roads used in conjunction with coal surface mines and refuse disposal operations
2206 14-471 Income
Revises the treatment of lump sum payments on income limit calculation under the TANF and GA Programs
2205 11-207 Assigned Risk Plan - Mandatory Offer to Write Nonsurcharged Private Passenger Nonfleet Risks
Establishes the conditions under which insurers must notify drivers in the PA Assigned Risk Plan that they are eligible for insurance coverage outside of the Plan
2204 50-116 National Securities Markets Improvement Act of 1996 Amendments
Makes numerous changes to current regulations in order to conform with the requirements of the National Securities Markets Improvement Act of 1996 and Act 109 of 1998
2203 16-27 UCC Fees
Amends the fee schedule for Uniform Commercial Code financing statement filing fees charged by the Department and county recorder of deeds offices as required by Act 18 of 2001
2202 12-57 Uniform Construction Code Training and Certification for Code Administrators
Establishes training and certification requirements for code administrators
2201 14-469 Protective Services
Requires complete reporting of suspected child abuse, establishes protective services in each county, provides protection from further abuse, and provides for rehabilitative services for children and parents
2200 16A-602 General Revisions
Updates provisions for vehicle sales for conformity with Act 27 of 1996
2199 16A-424 Standards for Disinfection and Sanitation
Updates and implements standards for disinfection and sanitation and deletes unnecessary provisions
2198 15-416 Master Settlement Agreement
Provides guidance to cigarette stamping agents, tobacco product manufacturers and nonparticipating tobacco product manufacturers to implement the Tobacco Settlement Agreement Act
2197 16A-549 Reference Libraries; Facsimile Machines
Allows pharmacies to fill prescriptions for all schedule II controlled substances by fax, and maintain a more appropriate reference library based on individual needs
2196 19-5 Administration and State Correctional Institutions and Facilities
Revises outdated administrative and operational procedures for state correctional institutions and facilities
2195 14-447 Safeguarding Information; Application Process; Redetermining Eligibility; Special MA Eligibility Provisions; General Eligibility Provisions; Age
Revises multiple chapters in 55 Pa. Code to implement changes in state law and Federal Mandates for the TANF program
2194 14-461 Medical Assistance Income
Implements a HCFA directive by eliminating the requirement for a Medical Assistance recipient to enroll in the PACE Program retroactive to June 1, 1994
2193 14-449 Special Ma Eligibility Provisions; Resource Provisions for Categorically Needy NMP-MA and MNO-MA
Codifies 1993 NORC which created an exclusion for the resources of low- income children and their families from eligibility determinations for MA, TANF and GA programs
2192 14-448 Restitution; Appeal and Fair Hearing and Administrative Disqualification Hearings; Food Stamp Discretionary Provisions
Implements a federal directive concerning the disqualification penalty for individuals who have committed an intentional program violation
2191 16A-658 Examination Fees
Deletes references to exam fees because the fees are set by a professional testing organization
2190B 7-362B Stream Redesignations, Little Bush Kill, et al.
Redesignates Browns Run (Warren Co.) to EV
2190A 7-362A Stream Redesignations, Little Bush Kill, et al.
Evaluates the designations for 4 streams or stream segments
2189 16A-6311 Examination Fees
Deletes references to examination fees
2188 10-137 Newborn Disease Screening and Follow-Up
Adds maple syrup urine disease, hemoglobin diseases, galactosemia and congenital adrenal hyperplasia to the list of diseases for which newborn children are routinely tested
2187 6-273 Academic Standards and Assessment for Science and Technology and Environment and Ecology
Establishes standards for science and technology and environment and ecology
2186 10-164 Drug and Alcohol Facilities and Services - Standards for Approval of Prevention and Intervention Activities
Repeals the standards for approval of prevention and intervention activities
2185 10-166 Reporting of AIDS, HIV Test Results, CD4 T-Lymphocyte Counts and Perinatal Exposure of Newborns to HIV
Adds reporting requirements, including reporting of test results and conditions by name for HIV infection and AIDS
2184 59-8 Debt Collection Trade Practices - Repeal
Deletes 37 Pa. Code Chapter 303, dealing with unfair debt collection practices, as mandated by Act 7 of 2000
2183 6-272 Definitions; Fees
Changes current fees to meet the needs of the Board and adds a new definition for "seminar"
2182 16A-4910 Licensure, Certification, Examination and Registration Fees
Updates, revises and consolidates fee schedule for applications for licenses, permits and certificates, and for certifications of scores and license history
2181 16A-444 Fees
Eliminates one fee, decreases one fee, increases four fees, and adds one fee to reflect the Board's actual costs
2180 105-4 Amendments to Rules of Procedure
Amends the Pennsylvania Rules of Civil Procedure which govern the practice before the Board of Claims
2179 11-206 Privacy of Consumer Financial Information
Adopts Chapter 146a in order to implement the privacy requirements for nonpublic financial information
2178 16A-694 Licensure
Implements three new licensure groups: Clinical Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists, and Professional Counselors
2177 31-1 Retirement Contributions
Revises procedures for purchasing non-state, previous state and non-intervening military service
2176 16A-656 Sexual Misconduct
Establishes prohibitions against enumerated sexual misconduct committed by licensees and certificate holders in the context of the professional relationship with a patient
2175 7-363 Fees
Revises registration fees to cover the costs of the program
2174 3-40 Mortgage Bankers and Brokers; Continuing Education
Implements continuing education provisions of the Mortgage Bankers and Brokers Act
2173 16A-601 Consignment Sales
Establishes criteria under which a licensed vehicle dealer may engage in consignment sales without holding a vehicle auction license
2172 57-218 Natural Gas Emergency Plans and Emergency Actions
Establishes procedures to minimize gas supply shortfalls in crisis situations and gives notice to the public concerning usage reduction
2171 16A-516 General Revisions of the Professional Nursing Provisions
Updates standards for the operation and approval of nursing education programs for registered professional nurses
2170 35-28 Deputy Sheriffs Education and Training Board
Expands the scope of the basic training curriculum required for newly-hired deputy sheriffs
2169 7-360 Radiological Health
Amends 3 chapters to update the standards for protection against radiation
2168 7-361 Household Hazardous Waste
Clarifies the regulations to make them consistent with the Small Business and Household Pollution Prevention Program Act
2167 16A-482 Application Fees
Amends the fee schedule for the State Board of Funeral Directors
2166 12-56 Reasonable Assurance
Sets forth criteria for determining eligibility of educational institution employees for unemployment compensation benefits
2165 11-179 Underground Storage Tank Indemnification Fund
Establishes fees for certified companies, new claims procedures for storage tank owners, operators and certified companies and adopts dispute resolution procedures
2164 16A-5711 Continuing Education
Provides that a maximum of two clock hours of continuing education may be individual study or correspondence courses
2163 35-26 Constables' Education and Training
Determines content of the training program for new officers and for the continuing education of experienced officers
2162 6-271 Reimbursement Amounts for National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs
Specifies the per-meal reimbursement rates to approved public schools, non-profit private schools and public and non-profit residential child care institutions participating in the federal National School Lunch and/or School Breakfast Program
2161 16A-4910 Licensure, Certification, Examination and Registration Fees
Revises existing fees as they no longer reflect the actual cost of providing the services
2160 16A-5713 Examinations, Application for Licensure and Certification, Fees
Deletes references to exam fees because the fees are set by a professional testing organization
2159 30-58 Local Water Rationing Plans
Establishes procedures for water rationing to protect local water supplies
2158 30-57 Philadelphia Drought Water Emergency Plan
Deletes Chapter 119a.1 - 119a.5
2157 30-56 Prohibition of Nonessential Water Uses in a Commonwealth Drought Emergency Area
Amends definitions and the list of exceptions to the nonessential water use bans
2156 30-55 Reductions of Major Water Use
Amends Chapter 118 and makes its provisions applicable to the entire state
2155 9-1 Fiscal Notes
Updates and clarifies procedures that agencies use to file fiscal notes for regulatory actions or administrative procedures
2154 11-197 Discounting Medical Malpractice Loss Reserves
Prohibits future discounting of medical malpractice loss reserves and provides an approximately 10-year period to phase out existing discounts
2153 16A-7011 Fees for Board Services
Increases six fees and adds a new fee for the application for continuing education provider approval
2152 11-205 Medicare Supplement Insurance Minimum Standards
Amends existing regulations for approval of Medicare supplement policies into compliance with the federal statutory requirements
2151 12-55 Food-Service Employe Incentive Program
Establishes training programs for employees and employers engaged in restaurant or food service operations
2150 11-203 Annual Audited Insurers' Financial Report Required
Updates Chapter 147 (Pa Audit Rule) to reflect statutory accounting practices and procedures adopted by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC)
2149 11-202 Miscellaneous Provisions
Updates Chapter 11 to eliminate obsolete and unnecessary regulations and to clarify existing regulations relating to the scope of the accounting rules
2148 11-201 Allocation of Joint Expenses
Repeals accounting rules for allocation of joint expenses in financial statements
2147 18-359 Display of Registration Plates
Institutes rear window registration stickers for the Philadelphia area
2146 15-415 Sales and Use Tax; Partial Refunds for Bad Debts
Implements provisions in Act 4 of 1999 that provide for partial refunds of bad debts
2145 7-354 Host Municipality Fund Allocation
Clarifies the definition of "qualifying facility" and simplifies the formula used to allocate the Host Municipality Fund
2144 6-270 Special Education Services and Programs
Establishes procedures for the identification of children with disabilities and procedures for the delivery of special education services and programs
2143 11-184 Policies and Forms; General Filing Requirements and General Contents of Forms
Deletes outdated portions of 31 Pa. Code Chapter 89 and replaces them with Chapter 89a. Chapter 89a sets forth requirements for the content and filing of Life Insurance and Annuities, Accident and Health Insurance and Property and Casualty Forms
2142 10-162 School Immunization
Proposes amendments to immunization of school children regulations to add new requirements for varicella vaccine and expand current hepatitis B requirements
2141 2-133 Preferential Assessment of Farmland and Forest Land Under the Clean and Green Act
Implements Act 156 of 1998 that amended the Clean and Green Act, and promotes preservation of agricultural and forest lands
2140 7-359 Disinfectants and Disinfection Byproducts
Amends practices for public water systems to protect against harmful health effects of disinfection byproducts
2139 7-358 Interim Enhanced Surface Water Treatment
Amends drinking water filtration systems that serve at least 10,000 people, primarily to protect against cryptosporidium contamination
2138 7-350 Radiological Health
Revises and updates existing radioactive material regulations through incorporation by reference of U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission regulations
2137 47-7 Calculation of Bonding Obligation
Amends the manner in which milk dealers' bonding obligations are calculated and updates the statutory citation reference
2136 16A-674 General Revisions
Eliminates outdated or unnecessary provisions; clarifies existing provisions and adopts 1994 Code of Ethics developed by the American Occupational Therapy Association
2135 10-163 Schedules of Controlled Substances
Reschedules dronabinol from a Schedule II controlled substance to a Schedule III controlled substance
2134 10-159 Drug and Alcohol Facilities and Services
Amends narcotic addiction treatment standards for the approval of narcotic addiction treatment programs under the Public Welfare Code and the Drug and Alcohol Abuse Control Act
2133 7-356 Administration of Land Recycling Program
Updates existing land recycling regulations and incorporates current scientific information and policy clarifications to implement the statewide health standard and attainment provisions
2132 7-355 Storage Tank Program
Updates corrective action plan regulations implemented in 1993 to reflect Act 2 of 1995 and other changes that have occurred since 1993
2131 7-351 Radon Certification; Continuing Education
Changes the minimum required hours from 16 to 8 per year for the radon continuing education program
2130 2-132 Dog Shelters
Updates and clarifies standards for dog enclosures with wire flooring, makes use of rest boards optional, and requires use of rigid, vinyl-coated metal strand flooring
2129 6-269 Charter School Services and Programs for Children With Disabilities
Establishes procedures for special education in charter schools and adopts federal regulations concerning children with disabilities
2128 63-07 Procedure
Adds cross references to the lobbying disclosure regulations; amends reporting thresholds for statements of financial interests; and adds a new section on confidentiality
2127 16A-458 Application Fees
Amends the fee schedule
2126 16A-662 Navigation Licensure and Renewal
Adds training requirements to enhance navigational safety and eliminates duplicative, unclear or obsolete provisions
2125 57-217 Licensing Requirements for Natural Gas Suppliers
Establishes application and performance requirements for natural gas suppliers
2124 7-353 Oil and Gas Wells
Eliminates bonding requirements for oil & gas wells drilled prior to 4/18/85 pursuant to Act 57 of 1998. Various other clarifications including notification requirements, permit requirements, and technical changes
2123 7-352 Coal Refuse Disposal
Amends Chapters 88 and 90 relating to permitting and performance standards for coal refuse disposal operations
2122 14-452 Early Intervention Services
Establishes general eligibility provisions and procedural safeguard requirements for early intervention services from birth to age three
2121 106-05 Practice and Procedure
Authorizes the EHB to refer pro se parties to pro bono counsel, appoint hearing examiners to preside at hearings and handle other designated matters, and to allow the substitution of parties to appeal
2120 7-349 Licensing of Blasters and Storage, Handling and Use of Explosives
Updates the standards and permitting procedures for the use, storage and handling of explosives for surface applications including mining, construction and demolition activities
2119 10-156 Reporting of Communicable and Noncommunicable Diseases
Comprehensive revisions for disease prevention and control
2118 14-467 Public Assistance
Amends regulations to incorporate eligibility requirements for General Assistance (GA), GA-Related Medical Assistance (MA), Federal Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) and TANF-Related MA and Medically Needy Only (MNO) MA
2117 16-17 Boxing and Wrestling
Comprehensive update and revision of existing regulations implementing Act 32 of 1992 and governing professional and amateur boxing and wrestling events
2116 57-215 Customer Information Disclosure Requirements for Natural Gas Distribution Companies and Natural Gas Suppliers
Implements the Natural Gas Choice and Competition Act of 1999 by establishing the application and performance requirements for entities licensed as Natural Gas Suppliers in PA
2115 16A-415 Biennial Renewal Fees
Increases the biennial renewal fee for architects from $50 to $100
2114 16A-558 Fees
Increases four fees and adds a new fee to reflect the Board's actual costs
2113 15-413 Termination Pay, Severance Pay and Early Retirement Incentive Programs
Clarifies taxation of termination pay, severance pay, and some early retirement incentive programs
2112 16A-579 Biennial Renewal Fees
Adjusts biennial renewal fees for veterinarians and animal health technicians
2111 15-414 Personal Income Tax
Addresses the tax treatment of plans to provide supplemental benefits to employees terminated as a result of layoff, plant closing, or other involuntary terminations
2110 16A-5113 Biennial Renewal Fees
Rulemaking increases the biennial renewal of license fee for Registered Nurses and Practical Nurses, and the biennial renewal of certification fee for Certified Registered Nurse Practitioners
2109 16A-644 Application Fees
Establishes six new fees for services or actions by the Board
2108 16A-657 Fees
Increases fees for the Physical Therapist Examination and the Physical Therapy Assistant Examination, due to a new contract with the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy
2107 50-114 Registration of Securities; Investment Adviser Representatives; and Administration
Numerous changes to conform with the requirements of the Federal Investment Advisers Supervision Coordination Act of 1996 and to implement Pennsylvania Act 109 of 1998
2106 16A-5710 Examinations, Licensure, Fees
Establishes the North American Veterinary Licensing Examination as the exam required for licensure and deletes the requirement that applicants pass the Pennsylvania Veterinary Legal Practice Examination
2105 59-07 Education Requirements
Requires newly elected coroners, chief deputy and full-time deputy coroners to attend a Basic Education Course and pass a final exam and requires 8 hours of continuing education annually
2104 57-214 Universal Service Fund
Establishes competitive bidding requirements for choosing an independent third-party administrator and a fund auditor to implement an intrastate telecommunications Universal Service Fund (USF) in PA
2103 14-465 Elimination of Physician Attestation Requirement
Eliminates the requirement that physicians provide a separate statement attesting to the accuracy of the principal and secondary diagnoses and procedures for Medical Assistance patients during their hospital stay
2102 71-7 Operation of Motor Vehicles on State System Facilities
Increases the fines for the improper use of motor vehicles at State System facilities
2101 16A-557 Commissions and Referral Fees
Requires licensed certified public accountants to notify Board and to disclose to clients any commissions that they may receive
2100 16-22 Campaign Finance Forms
Amends references to official Campaign Finance Reporting Forms and proposes to add a new provision that filers can submit their reports via diskette
2099 14-466 Subsidized Child Day Care Eligibility
Revises eligibility criteria and co-payments for the subsidized child daycare program
2098 11-188 Premium and Retirement Deposit Funds
Amends Chapter 86 to provide for both fixed premium and flexible premium life insurance policies to be marketed and sold in the Commonwealth
2097 10-161 WIC Program
Revises provisions for the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Program
2096 16A-555 Continuing Education Program Sponsors
Updates and revises procedures, standards and requirements for continuing education program sponsors
2095 7-347 Universal Waste Rule - Addition of Mercury-Containing Devices
Adds "mercury containing devices" to the list of wastes subject to the Universal Waste Rule and associated amendments
2094 57-212 Reporting Requirements for Universal Service and Energy Conservation Programs
Establishes standard reporting requirements for universal service and energy conservation programs
2093 57-213 Reporting Requirements for Quality of Gas Service Benchmarks and Standards
Establishes uniform measures and reporting requirements to allow the PUC to monitor the level of NGDC's customer service performance
2092 15-392 Sales and Use Tax; Computer Software, Hardware and Related Transactions
Clarifies which computer software and hardware transactions remain subject to tax
2091 2-123 Farm Safety and Occupational Health Tuition Assistance Program
Establishes criteria for a tuition assistance grant program for rural emergency service providers, farmers, members of farm families, farm laborers and others involved in agricultural production
2090 2-122 Farm Safety and Occupational Health Developmental and Instructional Program
Establishes the procedures governing the submission, processing and review of applications to the Farm Safety and Occupational Health Developmental and Instructional Program
2089 2-119 Farm Safety and Occupational Health Grant Program
Establishes the procedures governing the submission, processing and review of grant applications to the Farm Safety and Occupational Health Small Grants Program
2088 2-128 Importation and Intrastate Transportation of Animals; Brucellosis
Updates the department's policy on diagnostic testing techniques used to detect the presence of Equine Infections Anemia and the use of vaccines used for the prevention of brucellosis
2087 2-124 Agricultural Land Conservation Assistance Grant Program
Revisions to current regulations to clarify provisions based upon experience with current regulations
2086 2-117 Noxious Weeds
Adds two plants to the noxious weed control list and increases the number of loosestrife species on the list
2085 11-185 Discounting Medical Malpractice Loss Reserves
Repeals regulations originally designed to establish procedural requirements and restrictions on discounting medical malpractice reserves
2084 16A-568 Agency
Implements Act 112 of 1998 and Act 47 of 2000 relating to duties of licensees in various agency relationships
2083 16A-4911 Requirements of the Health Care Services Malpractice Act
Deletes obsolete minimum dollar amounts for malpractice insurance coverage that Board licensees are required to maintain under the Health Care Service Malpractice Act
2082 57-210 Competitive Safeguards for Telecommunications Utilities
Establishes competitive safeguards for incumbent local exchange companies to prevent unfair competition, discriminatory access and improper cross subsidization of competitive services
2081 11-196 Valuation of Life Insurance Policies
Establishes the minimum reserves insurance companies must maintain to provide payment on future claims
2080 57-211 Procedures to Ensure Customer Consent to a Change of Natural Gas Supplier
Establishes procedures to ensure that natural gas distribution companies don't change a gas customer's natural gas supplier without oral or written confirmation
2079 10-160 Managed Care Organizations
Updates existing health management organizations (HMOs) regulations and implements portions of Act 68 of 1998
2078 57-209 Updating and Revising Existing Filing Requirement
Amends the PUCs tariff filing regulations to decrease the regulatory burden on telecommunications providers
2077 1-17 Protective Services for Older Adults
Updates provisions for older adult protective services
2076 54-56 Vendor Registration and New Year's Eve Meal Package
Eliminates registration of and issuance of identification cards to vendors agents and permits hotels to offer an open bar with a meal package on New Year's Eve 1999
2075 10-154 Drug and Alcohol Facilities and Services
Replaces existing physical plant requirements for residential and nonresidential drug and alcohol treatment and rehabilitation facilities with requirements that are consistent with current health, safety, and fire and panic code requirements
2074 16A-7010 Qualifications for Certification
Increases experience and education requirements for certification as a residential appraiser and general appraiser
2073 14-464 Subsidized Child Day Care Eligibility
Modifies eligibility and family co-payment provisions
2072 14-463 Emergency Medical Condition
Codifies a Notice of Rule Change revising and adding definitions and making other revisions related to emergency medical services under Medical Assistance program
2071 16A-422 Fees
Revises and sets forth fee schedules for licensure of barbers, and barber schools and shops, reinspection, licensure verification and examination score certification
2070 18-349 Administrative Practice and Procedure; Outdoor Advertising
Amends rules for administrative hearings before hearing officers of the Department of Transportation
2069 11-182 Insurance Holding Company Systems
Establishes the rules and reporting requirements for acquisitions or mergers with insurers and transactions within insurance holding company systems
2068 18-352 Distribution of Highway Maintenance Funds
Rescinds 67 Pa. Code Chapter 453 regarding standards and methodology for pavement distress data collection
2067 57-207 Natural Gas Choice and Competition
Implements changes required by the Natural Gas Choice and Competition Act for recovery of natural gas costs
2066 54-55 Licensees and Vendors
Makes a number of corrections and revisions to the Liquor Code, including allowing hotels to offer an open bar with a meal package on New Year's Eve, 1999
2065 16A-600 Application Fees
Revises a number of fees for the State Board of Vehicle Manufacturers, Dealers and Salespersons
2064 16A-499 Certified Registered Nurse Practitioners Prescriptive Authority
Authorizes Certified Registered Nurse Practitioners (CRNP) to prescribe and dispense drugs within specified parameters
2063 14-459 Omnibus Revisions to Pharmaceutical Services and Restrictions to Fertility Services
Implements controls on Medical Assistance payments as provided by federal law (Social Security Act, Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Acts of 1990 and 1993) and required by state law (Act 49 of 1994)
2062 14-446 Act 49 of 1994, Act 20 of 1995 and Act 35 of 1996; Omnibus Amendments
Amends regulations to incorporate eligibility requirements for General Assistance (GA), GA-Related Medical Assistance (MA), Federal Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) and TANF-related MA and Medically Needy Only (MNO) MA
2061 15-410 Utility Gross Receipts Tax
Implements changes to the gross receipts tax resulting from the passage of the Electricity Generation Customer Choice and Competition Act
2060 14-462 Special MA Eligibility Provisions
Expands income limits for full and partial Medicare part B recipients
2059 7-347 Universal Waste Rule - Addition of Wastes
Amends the existing hazardous waste regulations by adding two additional wastes to the list of hazardous wastes that may be managed as universal wastes
2058 7-346 Solvent Cleaning Operations
Updates equipment requirements for the operation of solvent cleaning machines; specifies improved operating practices; and establishes volatility limits for solvents used in cold cleaning machines
2057 60-2 Traffic Regulations
Revises numerous sections to Chapter 601 of the Transportation Code regarding speed limits, hazardous materials, length limits for tandems and editing corrections
2056 16A-556 Peer Review
Establishes standards for performing and reporting peer reviews
2055 52-011 Housing Accommodations/Commercial Property
Provides for civil penalties against advertisers and publishers based on alleged discriminatory language in an advertisement
2054 16-20 Schedule of Civil Penalties
Establishes a schedule of civil penalties for 6 state licensure boards
2053 11-194 Consent to Rate Filings
Deletes above regulatory provisions that have been rendered obsolete by statutory changes and which are no longer in the public interest
2052 47-6 Transactions Between Dealers & Producers - Uniform System of Accounts
Amends provisions relating to payments from milk dealers to milk producers to be consistent with U.S. Department of Agriculture regulations
2051 16A-567 Disclosure Summary
Establishes a real estate disclosure notice which advises consumers of agency relationships, fees and services provided by real estate brokers
2050 11-186 Discounting Workers' Compensation Loss Reserves
Updates and revises requirements for and restrictions on discounting workers' compensation reserves
2049 16A-615 Application Fees
Revises the fee schedule for the State Board of Landscape Architects
2048 16A-566 Application Fees
Revised 18 existing fees and added three new fees
2047 16A-414 Fees
Increases fees for initial license; other licensure forms; certification of licensure, registration or scores; creates new fees for licensure forms, license or registration verification; and firm practice registration or modification
2046 11-195 Quality Health Care Accountability and Protection
Establishes requirements for managed care plans and insurers for implementation of the Quality Health Care Accountability and Protection Act
2045 52-010 Housing Accommodations/Commercial Property
Adds new provisions that identify words, phrases, and symbols that are not permitted in housing advertisements and deletes an existing Statement of Policy
2044 16A-457 Examination Fees
Revises examination fees
2043 14-445 Medical Assistance Estate Recovery Program
Establishes DPW's Estate Recovery Program which will apply to individuals receiving certain Medical Assistance benefits
2042 50-113 National Securities Market Improvement Act of 1996 Amendments
Amends the above chapters of the Securities Commission's regulations to conform with a 1996 federal statutory change and the Act 109 of 1998 amendments to the Pennsylvania Securities Commission Act
2041 15-408 Sales and Use Tax; Vending Machines
Updates the application of sales tax to items sold in vending machines
2040 15-407 Sales & Use Tax; Lawn Care Services
Adds provisions for taxation relating to lawn care services
2039 6-264 Institutional Preparation of Professional Educators
Establishes standards for educational institutions for preparation of professional educators
2038 12-54 Workers' Compensation Health and Safety
Requires insurers, self-insurers and group self-insurance funds to provide accident and illness prevention services
2037 16A-673 Oral Orders
New section to specify how occupational therapists accept oral orders
2036 57-204 Cramming and Slamming
Standardizes local exchange company responses to customer complaints on slamming and cramming
2035 16A-626 Fees
Adjusts numerous licensure, examination and application fees
2034 10-129 Head Injury Program
Establishes types of service and eligibility criteria for the Head Injury Program
2033 16A-476 Appeal from Board Decision
Corrects the starting date of the 30-day period to appeal a board decision
2032 16A-527 Application Fees
Adds an application for continuing education approval and revises several licensure fees
2031 16A-5112 Fees
Revised 13 existing fees and added eight new fees
2030 10-158 Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC Program)
Provides for the authorization and management of retail grocery stores participating in the WIC program
2029 16A-636 Application Fees
Amends fees related to examinations, verification of licenses, and registration of fictitious and corporate names
2028 57-203 Annual Resource Report Filing Requirements
Reduces the amount of information electric distribution companies are required to provide in the Annual Resource Planning Report
2027 16A-469 Verification/Certification Fees
Increases verification and certification fees for dentists, dental hygienists and expanded function dental assistant
2026 16A-672 Fees
Creates new verification and certification fees for occupational therapists and occupational therapy assistants
2025 16A-578 Fees
Increases verification fee and creates new certification fee for veterinarians and animal health technicians
2024 16A-477 Verification/Certification Fees
Creates new verification and certification fees for professional engineer, land surveyors and geologists
2023 16A-693 Verification Fee
Increases verification fee and creates new certification fee for licensed social workers
2022 7-342 Waste Oil
Amends the process for the handling and recycling of waste oil
2021 30-53 9-1-1 Performance Review and Quality Assurance Standards
Establishes procedures and standards for 911 center performance and quality assurance reviews pursuant to Act 17-1998
2020 30-52 Training and Certification Standards for 9-1-1 Emergency Communications Personnel
Establishes training and certification requirements for call takers, emergency dispatchers and 911 center supervisors pursuant to Act 17-1998
2019 30-51 Public Safety Emergency Telephone Program
Revises county 911 plan requirements, eligible costs and database accuracy standards
2018 16A-5310 Application Fees
Amends the fee schedule by revising numerous licensure and application fees
2017 16A-655 Fees
Revises and sets forth fee schedules for licensure application, licensure verification, examination score certification and other procedures for physical therapists, athletic trainers and physical therapist assistants
2016 16A-4310 Radiologic Procedures Examination Fees
Decreases the examination fee for the radiologic procedures examination from $75 to $58
2015 16A-635 Examination Fees
Increases licensure examination fees by $55
2014 16A-614 Examination Fees
Increases the fees for the Landscape Architect Registration Examination
2013 57-198 Reporting Requirements Relating to the Submission of Gas Supply and Demand Data
Consolidates existing gas supply and demand data reporting requirements
2012 2-115 Sustainable Agriculture Programs
Establishes application process and review procedures for loans and grants under the Sustainable Agriculture Act, Act 129 of 1994
2011 19-4 County Correctional Institutions
Updates existing requirements for county correctional institutions
2010 19-3 Motivational Boot Camps
Adds a new subchapter C to Chapter 93 related to motivational boot camps
2009 7-345 Interstate Ozone Transport Reduction
Reduces allowable ozone emissions; specifies monitoring and reporting procedures; and specifies emission control techniques
2008 7-343 Nitrogen Oxides Allowance
Amends the definition of NOx affected unit and makes technical corrections to the allocation of NOx allowances
2007 7-339 Surface Coating Processes (RBI #4)
Provides procedures for determining compliance with volatile organic compound emission limits for surface coating processes and establishes reasonably available control technology requirements for wood furniture manufacturing operations
2006 16A-548 Application Fees
Revises ten fees charged by the Board for various services
2005 106-4 Practice and Procedure
Amends the procedures for the Environmental Hearing Board
2004 7-344 Sewage Enforcement Officers Application Requirements for Certification
Revises application and training provisions for certification for sewage enforcement officer candidates
2003 10-143 Emergency Medical Services
Contains comprehensive revisions of procedures and standards of the Emergency Medical Services system incorporating provisions of Act 82 of 1994
2002 10-155 Public Swimming and Bathing Places
Establishes lifeguard certification and lifeguard requirements for recreational swimming facilities
2001 11-149 Motor Vehicle Physical Damage Appraisers
Amends the licensing requirements for physical damage appraisers and the format for appraisals to be completed
2000 11-193 Medicare Supplement Insurance Minimum Standards
Allows insurers to sell "Medical Select" policies to medicare eligible consumers
1999 16A-623 Continuing Professional Education
Requires preapproval of continuing education programs for biennial renewal of licenses, clarifies and updates other continuing education requirements, deletes outdated provisions
1998 16A-708 Continuing Education
Increases continuing education requirements for certified general and residential appraisers and certified Pennsylvania evaluators
1997 63-06 Lobbying Disclosure
Implements provisions of Act 93 of 1998 requiring principals and lobbyists to register and report expenditures
1996 16A-560 General Provisions
Updates education requirements for brokers and advertising requirements
1995 100-14 Severity Methodology
Deletes references to a specific methodology to allow greater flexibility
1994 11-177 Medicare Supplement Insurance Minimum Standards
Updates 31 Pa. Code Chapter 89 to be consistent with new federal law mandates
1993 59-06 Dog Purchaser Protection
Specifies contents and posting requirements for public notice to inform consumers of their rights as mandated by Act 27-1997 known as the "puppy lemon law"
1992 11-171 Pennsylvania Assigned Risk Consumer Protection
Clarifies the procedures for the Assigned Risk Plan and strengthens consumer protection
1991 49-1 Revisions to Rules and Regulations
Updates regulation in response to Executive Order 1996-1
1990 2-111 Weights, Measures and Standards
Implements provisions of Act 155 of 1996, including a self-certification program for UPC/PLU, training and certification requirements for Certified Examiners of Weights and Measures and for UPC/PLU inspectors
1989 11-190 Minimum Reserve Standards for Individual and Group Health and Accident Insurance Contracts
Updates and modifies minimum standards for calculating reserve for health and accident insurance and long-term care contracts
1988 11-170 Surplus Lines Insurance
Updates the surplus lines insurance regulations to conform to Article XVI of the Insurance Company Law
1987 11-147 Private Passenger Automobile Policy Forms
Deletes Chapter 64 which sets forth requirements for the approval of automobile insurance policies
1986 6-266 Gifted Education; Special Education Services and Programs
Establishes Chapter 16 to provide identification services and programs for gifted students
1985 2-113 Nutrient Management Education Grant Program
Establishes the procedures for the Nutrient Management Grant Program
1984 11-175 Title Insurance Rebates
Eliminates prohibited inducements for procuring title insurance which are obsolete or redundant
1983 11-181 Tables Approved for Use in Determining Minimum Nonforfeiture Standards and Minimum Standards for Valuation
Adapts new mortality tables for use in determining minimum reserves for annuities (to assure continuing solvency of insurers issuing annuity contracts)
1982 34-63 Rules of Racing
Modifies the "coupled entry" rule relating to trainers and the definition of "Pennsylvania-bred" horse
1981 7-341 Gasoline Volatility Requirements
Eliminates the use of federal reformulated gasoline (RFG) as a compliant fuel in the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley area during the ozone season starting in May 2000
1980 7-334 Mobile Equipment Repair and Refinishing
Adds requirements for application and use of automobile refinishing products which contain volatile organic compounds
1979 16A-547 Examination Fees
Establishes the fee for the Multistate Pharmacy Jurisprudence Examination
1978 12-53 Special Funds Assessments
Clarifies that imposition, collection and remittance for certain special funds shall be done through insurers rather than imposed on insurers
1977 15-405 Net Gains or Income From Disposition of Property
Implements the exclusion of a gain in the sale of a principle residence from the personal income tax
1976 4-68 Neighborhood Assistance Program
Changes the applicable fiscal year to 1997-98 for the special program priorities for the Neighborhood Assistance Program
1975 7-338 Water Quality
Deletes provisions that are inconsistent with or more stringent than federal regulations; deletes obsolete, redundant and unclear provisions; and clarifies existing administrative procedures
1974 7-340 Municipal Waste
Updates municipal waste management regulations involving permitting operation procedures and transportation requirements
1973 6-265 Academic Standards and Assessment
Establishes academic standards for reading, writing, speaking, listening and mathematics
1972 7-336 Residual Waste
Revises requirements for the transportation, treatment and disposal of residual waste
1971 11-172 Fees For Out-Of-State Companies
Repeals Chapter 121 relating to insurance companies domiciled in California and Massachusetts
1970 12-51 Construction of Prisons, Jails, Reformatories, Houses of Correction and the Like
Revises the fire and panic regulations to reference the 1997 Edition of the National Fire Protection Association Life Safety Code 101
1969 50-112 Registration of Securities; Registration of Broker-Dealers; Agents and Investment Advisers; Administration
Updates accounting terminology and revises registration, filing, reporting and record retention requirements
1968 6-262 Nurse Aide Applicant Criminal History Record Information
Requires criminal history record information background check for applicants enrolling in state approved nurse aide training programs
1967 11-174 Publication of Citations and Notice of Hearings
Deletes obsolete language to conform the regulation with actual practice
1966 6-261 College and University Security
Requires colleges and universities to maintain daily campus crime logs
1965 15-404 Super 6 Lotto
Establishes procedures and rules for administering and playing a new lottery game
1964 16A-563 Examination Fees
Reduces the fee for the real estate licensure exam
1963 16A-612 Continuing Education
Implements a mandatory continuing education program for all licensees
1962 14-444 General Eligibility Provisions; Allowances and Benefits; Resources; Income
Requires a minor parent to live with a parent, guardian or other adult to qualify for assistance benefits
1961 14-439 Welfare Reform Combo Package
Would have revised AFDC, GA and MA Programs mandated by Act 49, Act 20 and Act 35
1960 16A-465 Expanded Function Dental Assistants
Establishes a certification process for expanded function dental assistants
1959 16A-464 Continuing Dental Education and Biennial Renewals
Implements Act 113 of 1996 by requiring cardiopulmonary resuscitation certification and continuing education credits for biennial renewal of dentist, dental hygienist and expanded function dental assistant licenses or certificates
1958 16A-576 Professional Conduct; Advertising
Amends existing Rules of Conduct for Veterinarians by adding a new standard governing advertisement of emergency veterinary services
1957 16A-613 Fees
Establishes fees for 1998-2000 scheduled Landscape Architect Registration Examinations and deletes obsolete fees.
1956 17-62 Administration of the Program
Amends certification and training requirements
1955 30-50 Radiation Transportation Emergency Response Fund
Streamlines the administration of the Radiation Transportation Emergency Response Fund which provides funding to counties for their radiation transportation emergency response programs
1954 30-49 Radiation Emergency Response Fund
Streamlines Fund administration which provides funding to state agencies, counties, municipalities, school districts & volunteer organizations for radiological protection equipment, training, and public information activities
1953 16A-538 Prescribing, Administering and Dispensing Controlled Sympathomimetic Amines
Deletes obsolete provisions relating to prescribing sympathomimetic amines
1952 16A-5110 Sexual Misconduct
Establishes what will be considered sexual misconduct for nurses
1951 54-54 Wine in Kegs; Sale by Limited Winery Licensees
Permits the sale of sparkling grape wines in glass containers larger than 5 liters
1950 16A-577 Fees
Adjusts application fees for veterinarians and animal health technicians and for continuing eduction program approval fees to reflect actual Board costs
1949 14-440 General Eligibility; Residence; Emergency Assistance
Rescinds provisions relating to the Emergency Assistance Program and reallocates state funding for emergency shelter services to the Office of Social Programs which administers the Homeless Assistance Program
1948 7-337 Bottled Water Systems; Permit by Rule
Establishes a permit by rule for in-state permitted bottled water suppliers
1947 6-263 Program Standards and Eligibility Criteria for the Higher Education Equal Opportunity Act
Revises the eligibility criteria for Act 101 programs
1946 57-196 Motor Carrier Property Applications
Deletes existing requirements that new motor carrier applications be published in the Pennsylvania Bulletin
1945 57-195 Competitive Safeguards for the Electric Industry
Establishes competitive safeguards for interaction between electric distribution companies, electric generation suppliers and customers
1944 57-189 Passenger Carrier Insurance
Clarifies the minimum amount of third party liability insurance required for passenger carriers transporting fewer than sixteen passengers
1943 16A-707 Broker/Appraiser Fees
Establishes new application and initial certification fees for real estate brokers /appraisers
1942 15-402 Payments for Employe Welfare Benefit Plans and Cafeteria Plans
Implements how employe welfare benefit programs and other salary supplemental programs will be taxed
1941 17-60 Uniform Firearms Act; Licensed Retail Dealers; Firearm Record Forms
Implements several amendments to the Uniform Firearms Act including licensing and selling of firearms and the Pennsylvania Instant Check System (instantaneous background checks)
1940 56-2 Recommendation
Amends the regulation to conform to the amendment to Article IV Section 9 of the PA state constitution
1939 16A-634 Repeals and Editorial Changes
Repeals obsolete provisions relating to master's degree candidates and updates the names of two accrediting bodies
1938 14-443 General Eligibility Provisions; Allowances and Benefits; Resources; and Income
Requires a minor parent to live with a parent, guardian or other adult to qualify for assistance benefits
1937B 7-333B Stream Redesignation; Trout Run
Redesignates the headwaters of Trout Run to EV
1937A 7-333A Stream Redesignations; Buck Hill Creek, et al.
Redesignates 6 streams or stream segments
1936 43-7 General Revisions; Contributions; Credited Service
Makes a number of revisions to clarify the regulations in response to Executive Order 1996-1
1935 4-67 Commercial Motion Pictures Sales; Tax Exemption Certificate
Prescribes form REV-1220 to be used by producers of commercial motion pictures to file for tax exemptions
1934 16A-642 Biennial Renewal Fees
Increases the biennial renewal fees for apprentice auctioneers, auctioneers, auction companies and auction houses
1933 58-23 State Grant Program; Early Childhood Education Professional Loan Forgiveness Program
Updates the State Grant Program, the Loan Program, and the Early Childhood Education Professional Loan Forgiveness Program
1932 14-424 Medical Assistance Income
Establishes that the VA aid and attendance benefit will not be counted as income when determining the amount of income a recipient is expected to pay toward his cost of care
1931 16A-633 Sexual Intimacies
Establishes standards that prohibit sexual intimacies between a licensed psychologist and a client or a client's relative
1930 15-400 Commercial Motion Pictures; Sales and Use Tax
Adds a new section with rules on what a commercial motion picture producer must do to claim an exemption from sales and use tax and deletes an existing Statement of Policy
1929 4-65 Private Activity Bonds - Allocation
Updates the regulation to reflect the 1998 federal ceiling for the issuance of private activity bonds
1928 14-441 Protective Services
Incorporates provisions of Act 151 of 1994 to address reporting of suspected child abuse
1927 14-442 Child Residential and Day Treatment Facilities
Consolidates licensing, health and safety requirements for child residential and day treatment facilities
1926 16A-498 Licensure, Certification, Examination and Registration Fees
Increases renewal fees relating to licensure, certification, examination and registration to cover increased Board expenses
1925 106-3 Practice and Procedure
Amends the EHB's practice and procedure rules
1924 7-331 Surface and Underground Coal Mining
Updates procedures for designating area unsuitable for mining and amends provisions found to be more stringent than federal law
1923 10-152 Drugs Which May Be Used By Qualified Optometrists
Amends existing regulations to include provisions of Act 130 of 1996 which authorized the Secretary of Health to approve drugs for treatment of the eye by certified optometrists
1922 7-335 Radiological Health
Revises existing radioactive material regulations to make them compatible with NRC regulations
1921 7-332 Erosion and Sediment Control
Clarifies erosion and sediment control requirements and integrates federal NPDES requirements for stormwater discharges related to construction activities
1920 54-53 Promotion
Establishes guidelines for routine business entertainment
1919 57-193 Reporting Requirements for Universal Service and Energy Conservation Programs
Establishes reporting requirements for universal services and energy conservation programs
1918 57-187 Customer Information Disclosure for Electricity Providers
Establishes procedures and requirements for electric distribution companies, electricity suppliers, marketers and brokers to provide adequate and accurate customer information
1917 57-192 Reporting Requirements for Quality of Service Benchmarks and Standards
Establishes standard measurement and reporting requirements regarding the customer service performance of electric distribution companies
1916 57-188 Adjustment of Electric Distribution Company Rates for Changes in State Tax Liability
Establishes filing requirements for electric distribution companies to recover changes in their state tax liability during the transition to competition
1915 57-191 Licensing Requirements for Electric Generation Suppliers
Establishes licensing requirements for electric generation suppliers
1914 57-190 Advanced Meter Deployment for Electricity
Establishes uniform procedures, standards and education strategies for customer selection of a Qualified Advanced Meter or installation of a Qualified Advanced Meter Network
1913 16A-496 Prescribing, Administering and Dispensing Controlled Sympathomimetic Amines
Deletes obsolete recordkeeping provisions relating to the prescription of sympathomimetic amines
1912 16A-495 Complaint Process, Formal Hearings and Appeals
Deletes provisions relating to the Board's prosecutorial functions
1911 15-386 Sales and Use Tax
Amends Sales & Use Tax in light of legislative changes since 1991 and a comprehensive review of Department regulations
1910 15-397 Single Factor Apportionment
Exempts student loan assets that are owned or held by an entity created for the securitization of student loans from the Capital Stock/Franchise Tax
1909 3-36 Consumer Discount Companies
Increases the ceiling on Consumer Discount loans from $15,000 to $25,000 and allows companies to use fictitious names
1908 15-353 Sales and Use Tax; Books, Publications and Advertising Materials
Updates existing provisions to be consistent with recent statutory changes in the Tax Reform Code and a recent ruling by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court
1907 15-395 Sales and Use Tax; Telecommunications Services
Amends existing regulations as well as adds a new section in response to statutory changes to the Tax Reform Code regarding telephone, telegraph and telecommunications services
1906 16-16 Nonprofit Corporations
Repeals subsection 41.4(d) because it conflicts with PA law
1905 7-328 Hazardous Waste Management
Proposed amendments to more closely align Pennsylvania's hazardous waste management regulations with Federal regulations at 40 CFR Parts 260 to 270
1904 54-52 120 Day Rule
Implements the 120 day rule for wholesale discounts of malt and brewed beverage.
1903 11-160 Motor Vehicle Financial Responsibility Law; Catastrophic Loss Benefits Continuation Fund
Conforms existing regulation with 1988 and 1989 changes in statute and updates provisions for handling of claims, financing, administration and appeals process used by the Catastrophic Loss Benefits Continuation Fund
1902 7-330 New Motor Vehicle Emissions Control Program
Implements the federal National Low Emission Vehicle program as a voluntary compliance alternative to the PA Clean Vehicles program
1901 11-165 Evidence of Financial Responsibility
Updates and clarifies existing rules, deletes out-dated provisions, and provides greater flexibility for insurers in meeting requirements established under the Motor Vehicle Financial Responsibility Law
1900 12-49 Workers' Compensation Self-Insurance
Updates workers' compensation self-insurance regulations for individual and group self-insurance to conform with Act 57 of 1996
1899 7-329 Radiological Health
Updates regulations to protect the health and safety of employees and patients who work with radiation equipment
1898 16A-481 Examination Requirements
Amendments to allow applicants for licensure as funeral directors to take the licensure examination prior to completion of their internship.
1897 16A-475 Examination Fees
Increases the fees for professional engineer and professional land surveyors, licensure examinations administered by the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (CNCEES).
1896 16A-546 Approval of Plans: Pharmacy Alterations
Regulations reduces the number of days from 90 to 30 by which pharmacies must notify the Board before undergoing renovation. It also deletes voluntary guidelines relating to minimum floor space.
1895 54-51 License Applications: Duties/Rights Licensee; Transfer, Extension, Surrender, Exchange of Licenses; Promotion; Spec Rules Admin Practice/Proc Rg Matters before Off Admin Law Judge
Clarifies duties of licensees, prohibits licensee from conducting another business on licensed premises without LCB approval, and reduces reporting requirements for nonprofit club licensees
1894 57-186 Electronic Transaction Auditing of Telephone Customer Proprietary Information
Requires specific recordkeeping requirements when a telephone company accesses a customers records or when it divulges customer information to an outside party
1893 57-185 Electric Service Reliability Standards
Establishes standards and procedures for assessing the reasonableness of electric service reliability and its safety in Pennsylvania
1892 57-184 Standards for Changing Customer's Electric Supplier
Establishes rules for selection of an electric generation supplier to protect customers from unauthorized change of supplier or "slamming"
1891 19-1 State Correctional Institutions and Facilities
Establishes a program requiring inmates to pay a fee to cover a portion of the medical services provided consistent with The Prison Medical Services Act and Act 53 of 1996
1890 34-62 Jockeys and Apprentices
Clarifies the state's rules for jockeys and apprentices, and brings them into greater conformity with the rules in neighboring racing jurisdictions, such as Maryland, New York, and Delaware.
1889 42-1 Personnel Rules
Rescinds the Personnel Rules of the Executive Board under 4 Pa. Code Chapters 23 and 30B.
1888 19-2 Administration
Allows media representatives the same inmate visiting privileges as family members and the public
1887 15-390 Inheritance Tax; Disclaimers of Nonprobate Taxable Assets
Amends Sections 93.141 of 61 PA. Code relating to disclaimers of nonprobate taxable assets and deletes a Statement of Policy on Inheritance Tax Pronouncement at Chapter 94 of 61 Pa. Code
1886 7B-1 State Forests
Updates the State Forest Regulations covering numerous activities and protections of State Forests
1885 18-341 Vehicle Equipment and Inspection
Requires that a vehicle pass the enhanced emission inspection before a renewed safety inspection sticker may be affixed to the vehicle and allows for the use of temporary safety inspection approval indicators.
1884 14-438 Subsidized Child Day Care Eligibility
Integrates child care subsidy provisions for families receiving Transitional Assistance for Needy Families with the child care subsidy program for low-income families
1883 18-342 Licensing
Allows certified registered nurse practitioners and physician assistants to conduct preliminary physical examinations required for the initial issuance of a driver's license and a school bus driver endorsement.
1882 15-381 Personal Income and Corporate Taxes
Modifies the definitions for employee, income and net profits in the regulations relating to personal income tax, and amends the definition of personal income tax income in the regulations governing the capitol stock tax
1881 15-385 Calculation of Title Insurance Company Gross Premiums
Revises the method of calculating gross premium tax on title insurance
1880 20-1 Medical Professional Liability Catastrophe Loss Fund and Mediation
Establishes procedures to conduct mediation authorized by Act 135 of 1996 and updates existing regulations for uniform procedures in collecting and reporting surcharges to the Fund
1879 16A-525 Therapeutic Drugs
Implements portions of Act 130 of 1996, establishes education and examination requirements for certification of optometrists to administer therapeutic drugs
1878 7-326 Equivalency Determinations and Aerospace Manufacturing and Rework - VOC Emission Limitations
Establishes VOC limitations for the aerospace industry and deletes the requirement equivalency determinations be approved by EPA as revisions to SIP
1877 7-325 Regulatory Basics Initiative #3 (Malodors)
Revises the policy for identifying malodors and the requirements for the control of malodors
1876 7-323 Wastewater Management
Addresses the treatment of wastewater and is part of the DEP's Regulatory Basics Initiative
1875 7-322 Municipal Wasteload Management
Amends provisions of the Municipal Wasteload Management Program that are obsolete and more stringent than federal rule
1874 7-324 Stream Redesignations; Hay Creek, et al.
Redesignations of Hay Creek & Beaver Run in Berks County; Pine Creek & Caldwell Creek in Crawford & Warren Cos; Mir Creek in Somerset Co.; Bens Creek in Cambria Co.; South Fork Little Condmaugh River in Cambria Co; and Sandy Run in Somerset Co.
1873 15-349 Cigarette Tax
Implements Act 46 of 1993 modifications for licensing cigarette dealers; provisions for the cigarette licensing marketing and control board
1872 14-421 Eligibility Provisions for the Healthy Horizons Program for the Elderly/Disabled; Medical Assistance Income
Revises the treatment of lump sum payments in determining eligibility for Medical Assistance
1871 11-148 Credit Life Insurance, Credit Accident and Health Insurance and Credit Unemployment Insurance
Deletes Chapter 71 and amends Chapter 73 relating to credit life insurance, credit accident and health insurance, and credit unemployment insurance
1870 10-151 School Immunizations
Implements vaccination requirements of the Hepatitis B Prevention Act and modifies the requirements for measles, diphtheria and tetanus vaccines.
1869 14-425 Enumeration
Amends Section 155.1 to require applicant for and recipients of assistance benefits to comply with federal enumeration requirements
1868 2-97 Agricultural Conservation Easement Purchase Program
Provisions to establish the Agricultural Conservation Easement purchase Program in regulation. Regulation is almost identical in most respects to interim guidelines used by the Department since 1995.
1867 15-384 General Explanation and Issuance of Certificate (Form REV-1601)
Amendments to 2 sections relating to the employment incentive payment (EIP) credit program, which provides a tax credit for employers who employ certain public welfare recipients.
1866 16A-468 Volunteer License
Implements Act 141 of 1996 by establishing procedures and requirements for issuing volunteer licenses which allow practitioners to work as volunteers in community-based clinics.
1865B 10-149B Health Facility Licensure - Freestanding Ambulatory Surgical Facilities
Comprehensive revisions pertaining to licensure and operation of ambulatory surgical facilities
1865A 10-149A Health Facility Licensure - Long Term Care Nursing Facilities
Comprehensive revisions to long term care licensure requirements
1864 16A-439 Volunteer License
Implements Act 141 of 1996 by establishing procedures and requirements for issuing volunteer licenses which allow practitioners to work as volunteers in community-based clinics.
1863 12-50 General Provisions of Act 57 of 1996
Implements cost savings through offsets to worker's compensation benefits, impairment rating evaluations, employe reporting requirements and eliminates the reconsideration stage for utilization review.
1862 11-151 Collision Loss Settlements
Repeals outdated provisions related to collision loss settlements
1861 11-157 Uniform Bylaws for Mutual Fire Companies
Deletes obsolete and out-dated Chapter 103
1860 11-153 Fraternal Beneficial Societies Administration
Deletes regulatory provisions rendered obsolete by changes in statutory requirements in the Fraternal Benefit Societies Code
1859 7-317 Air Quality Amendments (RBI #2)
Updates air quality provisions by eliminating obsolete requirements, making editorial corrections and updating provisions for repair of storage tanks
1858 2-107 Food Employe Certification
Establishes food safety certification requirements
1857 16A-514 Nursing Functions
Establishes standards for oral orders in the administration of medication and deletes unnecessary and burdensome requirements in the Board's regulations
1856 16A-494 Volunteer License
Implements Act 141 of 1996 by establishing procedures and requirements for issuing volunteer licenses which allow practitioners to work as volunteers in community-based clinics.
1855 16A-443 Volunteer License
Implements Act 141 of 1996 by establishing procedures and requirements for issuing volunteer licenses which allow practitioners to work as volunteers in community-based clinics.
1854 16A-517 Volunteer License
Implements Act 141 of 1996 by establishing procedures and requirements for issuing volunteer licenses which allow practitioners to work as volunteers in community-based clinics.
1853 16A-537 Volunteer License
Implements Act 141 of 1996 by establishing procedures and requirements for issuing volunteer licenses which allow practitioners to work as volunteers in community-based clinics.
1852 16A-526 Volunteer License
Implements Act 141 of 1996 by establishing procedures and requirements for issuing volunteer licenses which allow practitioners to work as volunteers in community-based clinics.
1851 11-152 Uniform Classification of Expenses
Repeals obsolete provisions
1850 11-159 Qualifications of Persons Signing Annual Financial Statements
Deletes obsolete and outdated regulatory provisions
1849 16-15 Schedule of Civil Penalties
Implements Act 48 of 1993, establishes penalties for practicing without a license or with an expired license and other offenses or violations of the respective licensing laws for seven licensure boards.
1848 10-148 Health Facility Licensure
Provides quality assurance standards for open heart surgical, cardiac catheterization, newborn, and vital organ transplantation services in hospitals
1847 11-158 Conversion of Certain Mutual Insurance Companies
Repeals Chapter 109 because the act under which the regulation was adopted was repealed in 1995.
1846 11-156 Investments of Fire and Casualty Companies
Eliminates obsolete regulations for investment of funds for mutual fire insurance companies and mutual casualty companies.
1845 11-154 Premium Taxes for Foreign Fire Insurance
Deltes obsolete provisions relating to premium taxes for foreign fire insurance.
1844 50-110 Registration of Securities, Broker-Dealers, Agents, Investment Advisors and Administration
Repeals certain provisions, eliminates and reduces filing requirements, adopts self-executing exemptions, and includes provisions consistent model policies developed by the North American Securities Administrators Association.
1843 16-13 HIV Testing Requirements
Requires that initial license applications and annual license renewal applications from professional boxers and kickboxers include a report that the boxer tested negative for HIV
1842 105-3 Rules of Procedure
Regulation rescinds two outdated sets of rules of practice and procedure and replaces them with a single set of procedural rules.
1841 6-259 Special Education Services and Programs
Amends existing extended school year services for students who lose or do not recover behavioral patterns or skills after an interruption in education programs
1840 6-260 Special Education Services and Programs
Amends existing extended school year services for students who lose or do not recover behavioral patterns or skills after an interruption in education programs
1839 14-436 Volunteer Community Service; General Eligibility Requirements
Extends medically needy only Medical Assistance to persons who attempt but are unable to find employment and instead participate in volunteer community service
1838 15-380 Return of Information as to Payment in Excess of $10
Provides additional methods for regulated investment companies to meet the Department's information return requirements
1837 16-14 Charitable Organizations
Deletes outdated regulations for registering charitable organizations that were based on a statute which was repealed.
1836 7-320 Control of VOCs from Gasoline Dispensing Facilities (Stage II)
Implements gasoline vapor control requirements at most gasoline dispensing facilities in seven southwestern Pennsylvania counties (Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Fayette, Washington and Westmoreland)
1835 7-319 Gasoline Volatility
Requires the sale of lower volatility gas in the Pittsburgh/Beaver Valley region during the summer ozone season.
1834 7-316 Mine Subsidence Control, Subsidence Damage Repair & Water Supply Replacement
Implements Act 54 of 1994 which require mine operators to restore, replace, or compensate for water supplies impacted by mining
1833 7-318 Oil and Gas Amendments
Amends existing regulation relating to oil and gas wells, oil and gas conservation, and gas well classification
1832 57-183 Perfection of Security Interests in Intangible Transition Property
Establishes the process for perfection of security interests in intangible transition property.
1831 2-110 Peach and Nectarine Research Program
Adds a new subchapter for the Peach and Nectarine Research Program to clarify the procedures and responsibilities of the Program.
1830 7-315 Water Supply Protection/Replacement (Mining)
Contains surface mining provisions for water supply protection and replacement and revegetation of abandoned mine land affected by remining
1829 7-307 Coal Mining Permitting and Performance Standards
Amends existing regulation relating to permitting and performance standards for surface and underground coal mining, and coal refuse disposal operations
1828 10-144 Drugs Which May Be Used By Qualified Optometrists; Schedules of Controlled Substances
Adds a new drug to the list of drugs which certified optometrists may use in their practice; also amends the lists of "controlled (drug) substance."
1827 6-258 Certification of Professional Personnel
Establishes program and certificate principles, modifies the assessment program for certification, and streamlines supervisory and administrative certificates
1826 16A-466 Fictitious Names
Repeals determinations or judgment provisions as to the appropriateness of fictitious names pursuant to Act 113 of 1996.
1825 16A-453 Examination Fees
Establishes new examination fees for the cosmetologist, manicurist, cosmetician, cosmetology, teacher and shop manager; eliminates law examination.
1824 16A-545 Examination Fees
Amends regulation to provide for computer based licensure exam and modifies exam fees.
1823 16A-524 Fees
Establishes a $25 application fee for certification of an optometrist to prescribe and administer pharmaceutical agents.
1822 16A-474 Fees
Reduces the fees for two geologist licensure examinations by $25 each.
1821 16A-438 Examination and Business Provisions
Amends the Board's examination and business provisions at 49 Pa. Code Sections 5.6, 5.12, 5.15, 5.16, and 5.32.
1820 11-143 Deductible Program
This regulation repeals Chapter 131 relating to optional deductible programs provided for under the Insurance Act.
1819 7-313 Air Quality - RBI 1
Increases consistency with federal requirements, deletes obsolete and unnecessary provisions, and applies DEP's monitoring requirements in a consistent manner.
1818 7-314 Nitrogen Oxides Allowance Program
Establishes a program to limit the emission of nitrogen oxides (Nox) from fossil fired combustion units of 250 MMBTU/Hour and electric generating untis of 15MW or greater.
1817 3-32 Repeal of Various Provisions
Deletes obsolete and provisions in the regulation of banks
1816 3-33 Pawnbrokers License
Updates the Pawnbroker Act regulation to conform with the Act 163 of 1994 statutory amendments and also makes other clarifying changes.
1815 54-50 Numerous Revisions
Proposes to eliminate burdensome, unnecessary and obsolete requirements.
1814 11-141 Miscellaneous
Deletes three obsolete sections
1813 18-340 Mechanical, Electrical and Electronic Speed-Timing Devices
Provides calibrating and testing procedures for electronic radar speed timing devices
1812 11-150 Anti-Arson Application
Repeals the anti-arson application provisions because they are not used or useful
1811 11-144 Mass Merchandising of Property and Casualty Insurance
The regulation eliminates redundant requirements which duplicate present statutory requirements governing the filing of insurance rates and policy forms.
1810 4-63 Site Development, Community Facilities, Site Recovery, Statistics & Information, Nursing Home Loan Agency, and Sunny Day
Rescinds obsolete regulations for which the authorizing statutes have been repealed or expired.
1809 7-321 Expedited Rulemaking for Mine Subsidence Control
Deletes obsolete provisions pertaining to mine subsidence damage protections.
1808 7-312 Great Lakes Initiative (GLI)
Incorporated provisions of the federal Great Lakes Initiative regulation.
1807 7-311 Financial Assistance
Updates requirements a municipality must meet to qualify for financial assistance for constructing or upgrading a sewage treatment facility.
1806 10-147 Repeal of Hotline and Drop-In Shelter Regulations
Rescinds provisions for shelters, drop-in centers and hotline activities relating to drug and alcohol treatment activities.
1805 11-142 Certificates of Insurance
Repeals duplicative and unnecessary language relating to certificates of insurance.
1804 11-140 Pennsylvania FAIR Plan
Deletes regulations for the Pennsylvania FAIR Plan because they aren't used and the substance of the regulations is sufficiently addressed in the act.
1803 14-437 Nursing Facility Intergovernmental Transfer
Amends the reimbursement method for nursing homes participating in the Medicaid program as a result of an intergovernmental transfer agreement between county governments and the DPW.
1802 16A-463 Fees
Establishes fees for expanded function dental assistants and increases fees for dentists and dental hygienists
1801 16A-413 General Revisions
Amends regulations to eliminate outdated or unnecessary requirements; comply with court decisions; and improve clarity
1800 6-257 Private Driver Training Schools
Updates existing regulations for private driver training schools including requirements for school and teacher licensure, school plant standards, recordkeeping and advertising.
1799 7-310 Water Quality Amendments - Antidegradation
Updates the Commonwealth's antidegradation program to be consistent with federal standards
1798A 7-306A Stream Redesignations; French Creek, et al. Part A
Amends the stream classifications and provides additional protection for those streams designated as Special Protection Waters
1797 7-308 Small Operator Assistance Program
This regulation deletes 3 sections containing redundant language, conforms regulatory citations to Federal requirements and provides clarity to the regulations.
1796 4-61 Private Activity Bonds - Allocation
Amends the State ceiling for the allocation of private activity bonds.
1795 57-179 Residential Low Income Usage Reduction Programs
Deletes the ten-year limitation on the LIURP program and makes minor modifications.
1794 57-163 Obsolete Regulations Concerning Electric Service
Eliminates obsolete provisions including gas and electric utility sales promotion practices and electric utility record maintenance requirements; revises procedures for exemptions from electric underground installation requirements
1793 57-178 Gas Utility Filing Requirements
Proposes to add 52 PA Code Chapter 54 Subchapter C, relating to rate case filing requirements for natural gas utility filing requirements for general rate increase requests in excess of $1 million
1792 57-177 Electric Utility Filing Requirements
Proposes to add 52 Pa Code Chapter 54 Subchapter A & B, relating to rate change filing requirements for electric utility filing requirements for general rate increase requests in excess of $1 million
1791 15-379 Sales and Use Tax; Duplicating
Clarifies the Department's policy on the application of sales tax to duplication services
1790 7-303 Noncoal Regulations
Various amendments to noncoal mining regulations pursuant to the Regulatory Basics Initiative.
1789 7-304 Amendments to Municipal and Residual Waste Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements; Substantial Plan Revisions
Decreases the recordkeeping and reporting requirements for waste management facilities.
1788 3-31 Registration of Loan Brokers
New regulation imposes restrictions on loan broker activity and establishes registration procedures for loan brokers under Section 8 of the Credit Services Act.
1787 7-305 Schools
Deletes duplicative and out-dated provisions and standards for grounds, buildings, equipment, heating, lighting, bathing places, sewage disposal, food services, water supply and solid waste disposal at schools
1786 7-302 Bonding, Civil Penalties, and Areas Unsuitable for Mining
Regulatory Basics Initiative amendments affecting the process for designating areas unsuitable for coal mining, bonding, and civil penalties,
1785 11-136 No-Fault Motor Vehicle Insurance
Repeals Chapter 66, an obsolete chapter which addressed the now repealed Pennsylvania No-fault Motor Vehicle Insurance Act.
1784 16A-437 Examination Fees
Increases the fee for the radiologic procedures examination from $55 to $75.
1783 4-60 Neighborhood Assistance Program
Updates the Neighborhood Assistance Tax Credit Program and Enterprise Zone Tax Credit Program priorities for 1996-97.
1782 15-378 Pennsylvania Lottery 25th Anniversary TV Game Show
Establishes the rules and procedures for the Pennsylvania Lottery 25th Anniversary TV Game Show.
1781 54-48 I.D. Cards/Sunday Sales/Advertising Displays
Delete provisions in Chapter 11 relating to Board-issued age identification cards and amend provisions in Chapters 11 & 13 relating to Sunday sales permits and size and cost limits on advertising displays.
1780 17-59 DNA Detection of Sexual and Violent Offenders Act
Establishes procedures to carry out the requirements of the DNA Detection of Sexual and Violent Offenders Act
1779 56-1 General Provisions
Revises the Board's regulations to comply with statutory amendments and updates the Board's regulations to reflect the current practice of the Board.
1778 16A-493 Adminstration of Anesthesia
Establishes standard of practice for the delegation by a physician to a nurse anesthetist the administration of anesthesia
1777 12-38 Asbestos Occupation Accreditation and Certification
Establishes an asbestos occupation accreditation and certificate program
1776 11-128 Commercial Heating Oil Tank Optional Program
Establishes requirements and procedures for optional participation in the Underground Storage Tank Indemnification Fund pursuant to 35 P.S. Section 6021.704(e).
1775 16A-512 Endorsement of Foreign Trained Nurses
Updates procedures for licensing foreign trained nurses to practice in Pennsylvania.
1774 16A-575 Professional Conduct
Deletes provisions which required a veterinarian to give a client a 30-day written notice prior to withdrawing services
1773 57-173 Termination of Utility Service to Health Care Facilities
Mandates that utilities provide a 37-day advance notice to health care facilities before terminating service.
1772 16A-412 Examination Fees
Amends regulation to delete provisions for the written architect registration examination, adds provisions for computerized examination, changes categories that comprise the examination, and increases examination fees.
1771 16A-654 Examination Fees
Increase the testing fee for candidates taking the physical therapist examination from $245 to $260 effective March 1997.
1770 16A-705 Examination Fees
Increases the fee for applicants taking the certified real estate appraiser examination from $50 to $100.
1769 34-61 Claiming Races
1768 11-130 Notices of Increase in Premium and Midterm Cancellation or Nonrenewal of Policies
Amends existing regulation relating to cancellations and nonrenewals of commercial and casualty insurance policies to conform to Act 10 of 1995
1767 00-60 Industrialized Housing and Components
Permits manufacturers of industrialized housing to utilize either the new or previous BOCA or CABO Codes for stair geometry standards.
1766 12-44 Retirement Pensions and Annuities
Updates rules for deductions of unemployment compensation benefits based on pensions or retirement pay, brings rules into greater conformity with federal law, and creates a "roll-over" exemption for lump sum retirement payments.
1765 18-331 Vehicle Equipment and Inspection
Clarifies existing state inspection and equipment requirements for motor vehicles, including acceptable modifications to vehicles
1764 57-176 Natural Gas Supply Emergency Planning
Requires gas utilities to file emergency plans to deal with supply shortages of natural gas
1763 57-174 Reseller Location Surcharge Price Cap
Establishes a price cap of $1 on the location surcharge a reseller may charge a customer at institutions or pay phones
1762 7-297 Hazardous Waste Management
Implements the Universal Waste Rule which creates a category of hazardous waste management to facilitate recycling or proper disposal of certain widely generated hazardous wastes.
1761 18-337 Temporary Registration Cards and Plates
Updates existing regulations for issuance of temporary registration cards and plates and clarifies where the Department has discretion in assessing penalties
1760 7-300 Administration of the Land Recycling Program (Act 2)
Establishes clean-up standards for the remediation of abandoned and polluted sites in the Commonwealth.
1759 2-106 Tuberculosis and Brucellosis Testing and Documentation Requirements for Cattle, Goats, and Bison
Deletes certain tuberculosis and brucellosis testing and documentation requirements for PA intrastate transfer of almost all cattle, goats and bison.
1758 7-299 Corrections to Drainage Lists
Minor corrections and reinstatements of information to the drainage lists and stream designations.
1757 14-435 Nursing Facility Intergovernmental Transfer
Implements the intergovernmental transfer agreement by providing increased payments to nursing homes for the first half of fiscal year 1995-96.
1756 2-108 Deletion of Grade AA Regulatory Standards for Milk
Deletes regulatory standards that allows milk to be designated as "Grade AA" in conformance with the requirements of the National Conference of Interstate Milk Shippers standards.
1755 14-422 Subsidized Child Day Care Eligibility
Adopts provisions for in-home subsidized child day care
1754 15-369 Payments by Electronic Funds Transfer
Amends the address for electronic funds transfer.
1753 17-57 Megan's Law
Fulfills statutory requirement of Megan's Law to define "Neighbor" for who is to receive notice about the local residential address of a person adjudged to be a "sexually violent predator."
1752 15-373 Public Transportation Assistance Fund Taxes and Fees
Implements tire fee, motor vehicle lease tax, motor vehicle rental fee, and public utility realty tax for the Public Transportation Assistance Fund
1751 7-296 Storage Tank Technical Standards
Amends definitions; incorporates the federal underground storage tank regulations; establishes a permitting program; and establishes technical and operational standards for small and large aboveground storage tanks.
1750 57-171 Standards and Billing Practices
Updates regulations concerning complaint procedures, terminations, and billing procedures
1749 7-298 Marking of Infectious Waste Containers
Requires that rigid containers of infectious and chemotherapeutic waste be labeled according to federal standards, and deletes the requirement that they be color-coded.
1748 17-55 Administration of the Training Program
Provides for mandatory training for police officers under the Municipal Police Training Act.
1747 16A-632 Continuing Education
Amends the continuing education requirement for licensed psychologist.
1746 57-170 Residential Telephone Service
Eliminates obsolete provisions and complies with the federal Telecommunications Act of 1996
1745 57-172 Meter Tests
Amends gas meter testing requirements and adds this new alternative testing programs.
1744 57-167 Rescission of Obsolete Regulations Regarding Motor Carriers; Amendment of Medallion Program
Amendments rescind some obsolete provisions and update others relating to motor carriers of passengers and property. It also prohibits Philadelphia taxicab drivers from discriminating against a person with a disability in street hail situations.
1743 18-335 Intrastate Motor Carrier Safety Requirements
Mandates medical examinations and physical qualifications for commercial motor vehicle drivers employed by state and local governments
1742 00-61 Neighborhood Assistance Program; Special Program Priorities and Enterprise Zone Tax Credit Program
Establish special program priorities for the Neighborhood Assistance Program and Enterprise Zone Tax Credit Program for fiscal year 1995-96.
1741 18-339 Work Zone Traffic Control
Amendment authorizes the use of "bar" and "four corners" symbols as "caution" warnings to motorists when they approach road work sites.
1740 57-168 Wastewater Utilities
Updates the existing regulations to current industry terminology by replacing the word "sewer" with "wastewater."
1739 57-169 Water Service
Deletes requirements for replacing water meters being replaced by remote reading devices and changes the system of accounts for regulated water utilities.
1738 0-58 Private Activity Bonds: Allocation
This regulation updates the private activity bonds for 1996 and shifts $50 million to housing related bonds from qualified private activity bonds.
1737 15-376 Passenger Car Rental Tax
Adds requirements for a 2% vehicle rental tax
1736 14-434 MA Income Retroactive Eligibility
1735 2-100 Agricultural Land Conservation Assistance Grant Program
Implements Agricultural Land Conservation Assistance Grant Program.
1734 2-95 Noxious Weeds
Deletes Chichorium Intybus from the Noxious Weed Control list and adds Lythrum Salicara to the list.
1733 57-166 Motor Carriers of Property
Excises economic regulation of motor carriers of property, and deletes the filing of annual reports requirement for both motor carriers of passengers and property.
1732 11-133 Supplement Insurance Minimum Standards
To meet the Social Security Act Amendments of 1994 through revisions of Medicare Supplement Insurance Minimum Standards.
1731 7-295 General Conformity
Ensure projects sponsored by a federal agency do not interfere with PA's attainment of National Ambient Air Quality standards or with emission reductions plans leading to attainment.
1730 18-336 Enhanced Emission Inspection
Deletes centralized vehicle emissions inspection program and establishes a decentralized vehicle emissions inspection program.
1729 12-43 General Requirements
Reestablishes new procedural rules governing participation by telephone in a contested unemployment compensation hearing.
1728 12-47 Lead Occupation Accreditation and Certification
Establishes a certification process for individuals involved in the removal of lead based paints and an accreditation program for lead removal training programs.
1727 16A-691 Child Abuse Reporting Requirements
Establishes reporting requirements for licensees in cases of suspected child abuse as mandated by the Child Protective Services Law.
1726 16A-682 Child Abuse Reporting Requirements
Establishes reporting requirements for licensees in cases of suspected child abuse as mandated by the Child Protective Services Law.
1725 16A-671 Child Abuse Reporting Requirements
Establishes reporting requirements for licensees in cases of suspected child abuse as mandated by the Child Protective Services Law.
1724 16A-653 Child Abuse Reporting Requirements
Establishes reporting requirements for licensees in cases of suspected child abuse as mandated by the Child Protective Services Law.
1723 57-164 Obsolete Regulations
Revises and rescinds obsolete and excessive gas service regulations
1722 16A-523 Child Abuse Reporting Requirements
Establishes reporting requirements for licensees in cases of suspected child abuse as mandated by the Child Protective Services Law.
1721 16A-484 Child Abuse Reporting Requirements
Establishes reporting requirements for licensees in cases of suspected child abuse as mandated by the Child Protective Services Law.
1720 16A-462 Child Abuse Reporting Requirements
Establishes requirements for reporting suspected child abuse.
1719 16A-436 Child Abuse Reporting Requirements
Establishes requirements for reporting suspected child abuse.
1718 16A-515 Child Abuse Reporting Requirements
Establishes requirements for reporting suspected child abuse.
1717 16A-492 Child Abuse Reporting Requirements
Establishes requirements for reporting suspected child abuse.
1716 16A-442 Child Abuse Reporting Requirements
Establishes requirements for reporting suspected child abuse.
1715 16A-543 Facsimile Machines
Establishes rules for faxing prescriptions to pharmacists.
1714 16A-542 General Revisions
Updates State Board of Pharmacy regulations
1713 16A-535 Child Abuse Reporting Requirements
Establishes requirements for reporting suspected child abuse.
1712 11-135 Requirements for Funds Held as Security for the Payment of Obligations of Unlicensed, Unqualified Reinsurers
Adds Chapter 163 which establishes minimum requirements for trust agreements, letters of credit and other forms of security for reinsurance ceded to unlicensed, unqualified reinsurers.
1711 11-127 Automatic Subscriptions to the Pennsylvania Code and Pennsylvania Bulletin
Deletes obsolete sections pertaining to automatic subscriptions to the Pennsylvania Code and Pennsylvania Bulletin.
1710 14-433 Eligibility Provisions for the Healthy Horizons Program for the Elderly/Disabled
Revise income guidelines for Healthy Horizons Program as mandated by OBRA '90.
1709 14-427 Income
Increases the amount of the work/personal expense deduction from income to determine eligibility for the Aid to Families of Dependent Children and the General Assistance program.
1708 15-352 Sales and Use Tax; Lawn Care Services
Converts statement of policy into regulation for sales and use tax on lawn care services and shrubbery trimming.
1707 18-318 Prequalification of Bidders
Amends Penndot's practice and procedure regulation for evaluating the capacity and qualifications of contractors who bid on highway project work in Pennsylvania.
1706 15-375 Wild Card Lotto
Allows players to opt to receive a lump-sum cash payment rather than a 20-year annuity for first prize.
1705 16A-532 Respiratory Care Practitioners
This regulation establishes procedures for application, credentials, examinations, certification and fees for respiratory care practitioners for both the State Board of Medicine and State Board of Osteopathic Medicine Board.
1704 11-132 Disclosure of Material Transactions
Proposes to require domestic insurers to file interim statements of specific transactions that may affect an insurers' financial condition
1703 16A-536 Renewal Fees
Increase biennial licensure renewal fee for osteopathic physicians from $75 to $140.
1702 16A-704 General Provisions/Standards of Professional Conduct
Adds new standards of professional conduct for Certified Pennsylvania Evaluators who assess the value of real property in Pennsylvania for ad valorem taxation purposes
1701 11-129 Fees of the Underground Storage Tank Indemnification Fund
1700 43-6 Change in Benefit Payment Plan
Establishes the procedures that a member must comply with in order to change the terms of the retirement contract
1699 54-47 Events, Tournaments and Contests
Allows businesses with a liquor license to sponsor an event, tournament or contest and award prizes.
1698 7-291 Nutrient Management
Establishes requirements for implementation of nutrient management plans.
1697 16A-435 Examination Fees
Establishes a new exam entitled the PA Chiropractic Law Exam and establishes an $87 fee for the exam.
1696 106-2 Practice and Procedure
Amends existing practice and procedure rules.
1695 16A-621 Examination Fees
Revise 49 Pa. Code Section 39.72 to increase examination fees for nursing home administrator licensure.
1694 16A-441 Examination Fees
Increase fee for podiatric medical licensing exam from $328.75 to $345.00. Increase fee for podiatry radiology exam from $73.45 to $87.00.
1693 99-5 Defense of Suits Against Commonwealth Employees
Clarifies the circumstances under which the Commonwealth will provide a defense to employees who are sued or will reimburse an employee for attorney's fees.
1692 16A-534 Examination Fees
Decreases the examination fee for the Osteopathic Manipulative exam and deletes the fees for the National Board exam.
1691 16A-491 Examination Fees
Revises fees by eliminating the FLEX fees, increasing the USMLE Step 3, and adding a fee for SPEX.
1690 16A-643 Examination Fees
Fee increase for licensure examination
1689 16A-611 Examination Fees
Increase fee for landscape architect licensing exam from $410 to $440 in December 1995 and $500 in 1996.
1688 16A-452 Examination Fees
Increases ten exam fees for five categories of applicants.
1687 7-285 PostMining Discharges/Licensing and Bonding
Amends existing mining regulations to update bonding and insurance requirements, adds licensing provisions, and standards for post-mining pollutional discharges while allowing for passive treatment of discharges.
1686 11-126 Medical Malpractice Insurance
Delete 31 Pa. Code Sections 113.41 through 113.43 that required advance notice of cancellation or nonrenewal of medical malpractice insurance.
1685 2-101 Milk Sanitation
Extends the "sell-by" date posted on containers of pasteurized milk by two days.
1684 54-49 Size Limitations on Containers of Wine
Increases the maximum size limitation on wine containers sold in Pennsylvania from four liters to five liters. This will allow the sale of so-called "bag-in-the-box" wine.
1683 34-60 Telephone Account Wagering
Allows Pennsylvania thoroughbred tracks to accept telephone wagers from outside the Commonwealth; eliminates obsolete provisions for transfer accounts.
1682 7-286 Storage Tanks; Certification Program
Amends the regulation which implements the Storage Tank and Spill Prevention Act.
1681 16A-421 Examination Fees
Fee increase for licensure examinations
1680 16A-411 Examination Fees
Increases the examination fee for the Architect Exam Review.
1679 37-18 Telephone Account Wagering
Allows Pennsylvania harness racing tracks to accept telephone wagers from outside the Commonwealth.
1678 57-162 Universal Service Funding Mechanism
1677 16A-630 Child Abuse Reporting Requirements
Establishes requirements for reporting suspected child abuse.
1676 16A-702 Definitions
Adds definitions and a "Scope of Practice" section to clarify limitations of Certified Pennsylvania Evaluator authority.
1675 16A-473 General Revisions
Established education and experience requirements for licensure of Registered Professional Geologists.
1674 7-294 Administration of Sewage Facilities, Planning Program and Standards for Sewage Disposal Facilities (Act 149)
Comprehensive amendments to implement revisions to the Sewage Facilities Act as amended by Act 149 of 1994.
1673 16A-703 Fees; Application Process
This regulation revises the application process and increases the fee to file a new application for certification.
1672 16A-483 Examination Fees
To increase fees for applicants taking the licensing examination for Funeral Directors from $66.25 to $87 effective January 1996.
1671 16A-681 Examination Fees
To increase fees for applicants taking the teacher of the hearing impaired examination from $66.25 to $87 effective October 1995.
1670 16A-652 Examination Fees
Increase testing fees for applicants taking the physical therapist and physical therapist assistant exams.
1669 16A-552 Examination Fees
Increases the examination fee for the Uniform Certified Public Accountant Examination.
1668 16A-574 Examination Fees
Increase testing fees for applicants taking the Veterinarian and Animal Health Technician exams.
1667 16A-631 Examination Fees
Increases fees charged to applicants to take the national and state psychologist examinations, subject to licensure by the State Board of Psychology.
1666 16A-472 Examination Fees
Revises and adds examination fees for professional engineer, professional land surveyor, and professional geologist candidates.
1665 16A-544 Examination Fees
Fee increase for Licensure examinations
1664 7-287 Hazardous and Municipal Waste
The regulation updates the Commonwealth's hazardous waste program by making certain provisions more consistent with EPA regulations.
1663 7-292 Area Unsuitable for Surface Mining Activities; Squaw Run
Prohibit surface mining operations within a 450 acre tract of land located in Slippery Rock and Wayne Townships, Lawrence County.
1662 7-293 Criteria and Procedures for Designating Areas Unsuitable for Surface Mining Activities
Replaces the term "surface mining activities" with "surface mining operations."
1661 18-324 School Buses and School Vehicles
Updates existing requirements for school buses and school vehicles to conform standards to Federal requirements and vehicle code amendments.
1660 2-93 Nutrient Management Certification Program
Establishes certification program for nutrient management specialists as required by the Nutrient Management Act.
1659 11-131 Requirements for Newspapers Carrying Insurance Advertising
Repeals Sections 55.1, 55.2(2) and 55.2(b) requirements for newspaper, magazine or periodical publishers and radio and television broadcasting companies carrying advertising for insurance companies.
1658 15-371 Tax Amnesty Program; Further Examination of Books and Records
Provides for audits to verify the accuracy of tax returns. Included in the provisions are "statistical sampling" and "block sampling" in "test audits" to establish the liability of a taxpayer.
1657 2-91 Pseudorabies Disease
These amendments authorize the Department of Agriculture to order the destruction of swine animals which cannot be cured of pseudorabies disease and change certain other provisions as well.
1656 16-10 Statewide Central Registry Feasibility Study
Regulation implements Section 301(3) of Act 25 of 1995 by prescribing a procedure to conduct a feasibility study of a statewide central registry of voters.
1655 2-99 Enforcement of Marketing Programs; Potato Research Program
Sets forth the responsibilities of producers and sale agents in verifying that the appropriate assessment fees are collected for the Pennsylvania Potato Research Program.
1654 2-92 Conditions and Requirements under which Domestic Animals May be Offered as Prizes
Establishes conditions under which an agricultural, educational or vocational program may conduct a game of chance at which a domestic animal may be offered or given away as a prize.
1653 15-368 Keystone Jackpot Lottery Game
This regulation establishes the procedures for playing and administering the Keystone Jackpot lottery game.
1652 63-5 Statements of Financial Interest
Requires that when a statement of financial interest is sent to the SEC by FAX, the original document must be delivered to the SEC within 5 business days.
1651 7-288 Stream Redesignations; Kettle Creek, et al.
This regulation upgrades the majority of the streams to either HQ or EV in 7 counties.
1650 14-431 Case-Mix Payment System
Establishes a prospective, acuity based reimbursement system for nursing homes.
1649 14-430 Clinic and Emergency Room Services
Discontinues payment to hospitals and physicians for Medical Assistance recipient non-emergency use of the emergency room, unless the recipient declares no access to primary care.
1648 14-429 Drug and Alcohol Detoxification and Rehabilitation Services in Hospitals
Amends the DPW's provisions governing payment/reimbursement to hospitals for providing drug and alcohol detoxification and rehabilitation services to Medical Assistance recipients.
1647 2-96 Enforcement of Marketing Programs; Sheep and Lamb Marketing Program
Specifies collection process for 25 cents-per -head producer charge while simultaneously minimizing paperwork requirements for sheep and lamb producers and sales agents.
1646 14-428 Revisions to Reimbursement Methods for Pharmaceutical Services
Reduces reimbursement to pharmacies participating in the Medicaid program.
1645 57-160 Radio Common Carriers
Clarifies the effect of the federal governments preemption of certain aspects of state regulation of the radio carrier field
1644 7-290 Stream Redesignations; Tinicum et al.
Amends nine streams or stream group designations in Chapter 93 of 25 PA Code to afford greater protection to their water quality.
1643 7-289 Sewage Facilities - Planning, Permitting and Disposal Facilities
Establishes technical and bonding criteria for the installation of on-lot sewage disposal systems in areas where soil mottling is present
1642 18-332 Mechanical, Electrical and Electronic Speed-Timing Devices
Provides for the use of an additional speed-timing device for use by state and local law enforcement agencies for enforcement of posted speed limits.
1641 54-46 Limited Wineries
Permits electronic accounting, extends hours of operation for wineries, removes $10 limit on promotional items.
1640 101-3 Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund
Deletes Chapter 962 statement of policy on value engineering analysis. Adds a "second opinion review" to Chapter 963. Adds new chapter 965 for administration of the Clean Water State Revolving Fund
1639 16A-573 General Provisions/Professional Conduct Code
1638 11-125 Motor Vehicle Physical Damage Appraisers
Amends standards replacement value of a motor vehicle adjudged a total loss or where the vehicle is unrecovered. Allows use of replacement value data services vendors approved by Insurance Commissioner.
1637 53-8 Public Sale of Code and Bulletin
Repeals provisions relating to the public sale of the Code & Bulletin. Also relieves the Insurance Department from its responsibilities relative to automatic subscriptions.
1636 16A-377 Athletic Trainers; Class A & B Certification
Amends the certification and scope of service requirements for athletic trainers.
1635 57-157 Electric Energy Emergency Notification Procedures
Establishes procedures for electric utilities to notify and inform the PUC of energy-related emergencies.
1634 50-108 Registration of Broker-Dealers Agents & Investment Advisers
Amends 4 sections of Chapter 64 relating to registration and annual financial reporting requirements for investment advisors and examination requirements for agents of broker-dealers, investment advisors and associated persons.
1633 50-107 General Revisions
Updates existing regulations and adopts new provisions pursuant to recent changes in the enabling statute
1632 18-325 Interstate Motor Carrier Safety Requirements
Incorporates federal standards for intrastate motor carrier drivers to have biannual medical exams
1631 58-22 Loan Program Amendments
Comprehensive amendments to implement changes in federal loan programs, state grant programs and the addition of state loan forgiveness programs.
1630 14-426 Nursing Facility Intergovernmental Transfer
This final-omitted regulation implements increased reimbursement methods for Medicaid residents in nursing homes for fiscal years 92-93, 93-94 and 94-95.
1629 57-153 Taxicab Medallion Program
This regulation amends sections pertaining to equipment and reporting requirements and adds new enforcement and administrative provisions.
1628 54-45 Multiple Year Licensing
Amends the PLCB's regulations to establish multiple year (rather than annual) alcoholic beverage licenses in compliance with Act 30 of 1994.
1627 57-155 Interexchange Telecommunication Carriers
Establishes new procedures for partial deregulation of long distance telecommunications services pursuant to Act 67 of 1993.
1626 57-156 Revision of Rules of Administrative Practice & Procedure
Amendments comprehensively update the PUC's Administrative Practice and Procedure rules. Updates & amends the PUC's rules of administrative practice & procedures by making changes to approximately 100 sections.
1625 0-56 Private Activity Bonds: Allocation
Updates the allocations for private activity bonds in the Commonwealth for 1995.
1624 16A-701 Examination Fees
Establishes a fee for the certified Pennsylvania evaluator's examination.
1623 14-420 Community Work Experience Program; Appeal and Fair Hearing
Incorporates the federal requirement of the jobs program into the Community Work Experience Program
1622 6-251 Grants for Public Library Construction
Establishes a competitive grant program for municipalities to apply for public library funding for planning, acquisition, development and rehabilitation.
1621 6-252 State Postsecondary Review Entity
1620 7-284 Stream Redesignations; Pine and Elk Creeks
Upgrades stream designations for Pine and Elk Creeks, Centre County
1619 104-2 Election Rules
Sets forth provisions for the conduct of on-site and mail ballot elections.
1618 16A-375 Physical Therapists
Updates provisions in regard to the licensing of foreign-trained physical therapists
1617 16A-651 Fees
Increases fees for licensure for physical therapists and physical therapist assistants from $128.75 to $213.75 effective on March 1, 1995
1616 16A-551 Examination Fees
Increases licensure exam fees as a result of contract w/ third party testing agency.
1615 42-3 Personnel Rules
Updates and brings the Board's personnel rules concerning "leave with pay" for Commonwealth employees into conformity with collective bargaining agreements
1614 18-328 School Bus Drivers
Amends requirements for certifying and recertifying school bus drivers
1613 18-326 Enhanced Emission Inspection
1612 14-423 State Agency Options in the Food Stamp Program
Decreases from 24 months to 12 months the certification period for participants required to submit monthly reporting forms for the Food Stamp Program
1611 6-255 Community College Courses
Establishes standards Community College Courses must meet to be eligible for State reimbursement.
1610 6-253 Private Licensed Schools
Rulemaking specifies the types of schools and occupations subject to licensure by the Board and those exempt from licensure; it also separates the Board's prosecutorial and adjudicatory functions.
1609 11-121 Annual Audited Insurers' Financial Report Required
Brings Chapter 147, commonly known as the "CPA Audit Rule," into compliance with the NAIC revisions.
1608 18-322 Minimum Standards for Fixed Base Operations
Establishes minimum service standards for fixed base operators at Harrisburg International and Capital City airports.
1607 42-2 Defense of Suits Against Commonwealth Employes
Replaces references to the "Office of Attorney General" with the "Office of General Counsel"
1606 57-152 Line Extensions
Establishes a standard for when a customer may be required to contribute to the costs of a line extension for water utility service.
1605 14-419 Day Care Services for Children
Revises the health and safety standards relating to child care services provided by centers, group day care homes and family day care homes.
1604 12-42 Workers' Compensation Self-Insurance
Updates currently existing provisions for workers' compensation self-insurers, adds requirements for W.C. group self-insurance and establishes a Self-Insurance Guaranty Fund to protect claimants.
1603 16A-471 Professional Geologist Fees
Establishes a temporary permit fee for nonresident geologists practicing geology in Pennsylvania for up to 30 days in one calendar year.
1602 47-5 Terms of Payment
Amends the regulation to be consistent with federal milk marketing orders.
1601 7-283 Clean Fuel Fleet Program
Establishes standards, criteria and procedures for the implementation of a clean fuel fleet program as mandated by the federal Clean Air Act.
1600 7-282 Sewage Sludge
Contains major revisions to the permitting program for the land application of sewage sludge and other revisions to the residual and municipal waste program.
1599 16A-461 Biennial Renewal Fee Increase
Increases biennial renewal fee for dentist licensees from $58 to $100, and for dental hygienist licensees from $25 to $40.
1598 16A-348 Medical Disciplinary Process and Procedures
Amends the disciplinary procedures by separating the prosecutorial and adjudicative functions.
1597 16A-511 Student Health Programs
Amends the existing rules by providing nursing programs with greater flexibility in establishing student health policies. Amends requirements pertaining to health programs for both registered and practical nursing students.
1596 16A-431 Biennial Renewal Fee Increase
Increases the biennial license renewal fee for chiropractors from $130 to $210.
1595 57-151 Public Utility Depreciation Practices and Capital Planning
The PUC will add a new chapter to its regulations to require large electric, gas, water, and local exchange telephone utilities to file annual depreciation reports, service life reports and capital investment plans.
1594 16A-364 Disciplinary Process and Procedures
Amends the disciplinary procedures by separating the prosecutorial and adjudicative functions.
1593 57-149 Small Water and Sewer Company Rate Methodologies
Allows small water and wastewater utilities to use an operating ratio to establish rates and also allows small utilities to establish funds to pay for future projects.
1592 16A-372 Delegation
Provides for the delegation of selected functions to licensed practical nurses or unlicensed assistants by registered nurses.
1591 103-2 Municipal Pension Systems
This rulemaking brings the regulation into conformity with statute and current practice by changing references to the Department of Community Affairs
1590 16A-381 Disciplinary Process and Procedures-Certified Real Estate Appraisers & Certified Pennsylvania Evaluators
Amends the disciplinary procedures by separating the prosecutorial and adjudicative functions.
1589 16A-572 General Information
Reorganizes and updates examination, licensure and temporary permit provisions; expands approved providers of continuing education.
1588 16A-571 Biennial Renewal Fee Increase
Increases the biennial license reviewal fees for both veterinarians and animal health technicians.
1587 18-323 Interstate Motor Carrier Safety Requirements
1586 16A-642 Disciplinary Process and Procedures
Amends the disciplinary procedure rules to separate prosecutorial and adjudicative functions.
1585 16A-661 Fees
Increases fees for initial river pilot's license and annual renewal from $50 to $200.
1584 106-1 Practice and Procedure
Amends the Environmental Hearing Board's (EHB) own practice and procedure rules and fulfills certain mandates of the EHB Act.
1583 11-123 Life and Health Guaranty Association Consumer Notification
Requires insurers who are members of the Pennsylvania Life and Health Insurance Guaranty Association to provide notification of the coverage on the consumer's policy.
1582 2-90 General Provisions; Kennels; Licensure; Dog-Caused Damages
Brings kennel licensure rules into greater conformity with the rules of the US Department of Agriculture in provisions related to housing, health, sanitation and space.
1581 57-150 Gas Transportation Tariffs
Updates the regulations for gas transportation services provided by local distribution companies.
1580 57-145 Competitive Bidding
Requires electric utilities to obtain future energy and capacity requirements from either utility or nonutility sources through competitive bidding. Implements competitive bidding process for electric utilities in need of addt'l generating capacity
1579 57-144 Limousine Service Supplemental
Amends the PUC's limousine service regulation to clarify requirements applicable to "luxury type vehicles" and "limousines."
1578 7-280 Radiological Health
Conforms to U.S. NRC regulations for protection against radiation, medical use of byproduct material and transportation of radioactive material
1577 7-277 Stream Redesignations (Crawford Branch)
Amends certain stream designations (and adds others as Special Protection Waters for the first time) to Chapter 93 of 25 Pa. Code.
1576 11-107 Agent Certificates of Qualification and broker Licenses
Establishes a single licensing system for insurance agents and brokers in Pennsylvania
1575 11-106 Continuing Education for Insurance Agents and Brokers
Established procedures and requirements for a continuing education program for licensed agents and brokers
1574 14-414 Eligibility for Services Funded Through the Medical Assistance Transportation Program
Amendments would update DPW's requirements for the Medical Assistance Transportation Program under which Medical Assistance clients are transported to nonemergency medical appointments.
1573 18-317 Driver's License Examination
Establishes a new system of class licensing and new commercial driver's license requirements in order to comply with mandates imposed by the federal Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety Act.
1572 15-356 State Lottery Hearts and Diamonds
Rules and procedures for a new "on line" lottery game to be called "Hearts and Diamonds"
1571 15-346 Personal Income Tax; Exempt and Nonexempt Income
Amends the Pa Personal Income Tas reg regarding taxation of gains & exemptions from taxation; it also provides for informational tax returns and deletes as unnecessary the current provisions in Sections 125.11 - 125.15 of 61 Pa. Code.
1570 12-41 Workers' Compensation Medical Cost Containment
Implements medical cost containment provisions of Act 44 of 1993 by establishing fee caps, medical fee dispute resolution, utilization review procedures and health care provider lists.
1569 11-119 Actuarial Opinion and Memorandum
Requires the submittal of an actuarial opinion and memorandum by all life insurance companies and fraternal benefit societies
1568 11-122 Estimated or Anticipated Subrogation and Salvage Recoveries
To delete Chapter 141 so insurance companies can offset claims by anticipated subrogation and salvage recoveries.
1567 61-1 Appointment & Promotion of Employees in the Classified Service
Revises probationary service provisions for granting of regular status & extension of probationary periods.
1566 18-320 Temporary Registration Cards & Plates;Manufacturers, Dealers & Miscellaneous Motor Vehicle Businesses Registration Plates
Clarifies that imposition of certain sanctions is not discretionary.
1565 18-307 Vehicle Equipment and Inspection
Amends PennDOT regulation at 67 Pa Code Chapter 175 relating to applicable light transmittance requirements for vehicle glass and establishes procedures for certification of exemption.
1564 2-88 Pesticides
Adds certification requirements for persons applying pesticides to schools & swimming pools. Establishes a hypersensitivity registry with mandatory notice given 12 to 72 hrs prior to pesticide application to registered individuals within 500 feet.
1563 7-279 Oxygen Content of Gasoline
Revises requirements in the oxygenated gasoline program to remove averaging and attest engagement provisions; provides for provisions to remain in effect until control area is designated for attainment.
1562 7-278 Small Gasoline Storage Tank (Stage I) Exemption
Exempts all gasoline tanks with a capacity of 2,000 gallons or less from Stage I controls.
1561 43-5 Purchase Limitations for Nonintervening Military Service
Rescinds a restriction limiting the purchase of "nonintervening military service" by qualified PSERS members to only one purchase of not less than one year of such service. There is no such restriction in the PSERS Code
1560 16A-380 Fees
To increase fees for the Architect Registration Exam to ensure that fees cover cost of examination.
1559 16A-531 Examination Fees
Increases three fees assessed for the written and practical licensure exams, eliminates the provision for a specially scheduled practical exam and adds a testing date for the regularly scheduled exam
1558 18-321 Posting of Private Parking Lots
Conforms regulation to statutory requirements by adding responsibilities for parking lot owners to install penalty signs at handicapped parking stalls
1557 12-34 Private Labeling
Permits the name, address and telephone number of the supplier to be used in lieu of the manufacturer's name, address and telephone number on chemical container labels.
1556 6-250 School Profiles and Curriculum
1555 61-1 Appointment and Promotion of Employes in the Classified Service
Compliance with court decision; transition of probationary status employe to regular status.
1554 18-319 Interstate/Intrastate Motor Carrier Safety Requirements
Incorporates by reference recently enacted Federal requirements banning the use of radar detectors in the operation of commercial motor vehicles
1553 101-7 Stormwater Control Program
Pursuant to Act 149 of 1992, stormwater management projects were added to the list of items which could be financed via PENNVEST
1552 7-273 Storage Tanks-Financial Responsibility
Establishes the levels of financial reserves that UST owners must maintain to meet the statute's financial responsibility requirements. It also amends existing certification requirements for storage tank installers and inspectors
1551 00-54 Building Energy Conservation
Revises the building energy conservation standards for new homes and major renovations or additions to existing homes.
1550 00-59 Neighborhood Assistance Program Special Program Priorities
Amends the fiscal year dates from Fiscal Year 1993-94 to Fiscal Year 1994-95.
1549 0-50 Private Activity Bonds-Allocation
Updates the allocation amounts for private activity bonds in Pennsylvania during 1994
1548 16A-379 Continuing Education
Reduces the required credit hours in courses approved by the American Osteopathic Association (AOA)
1547 16A-376 General Provisions
Amendments to clarify the application process including remedying a defective application and specifying that current education requirements apply at time of certification. Amendments also delete the $35 reapplication fee as no longer applicable.
1546 7-275 Radioactive Health
Updates the DEP's radiation protection regulation related to transportation and packaging of radioactive materials, and enables PA to achieve "Agreement State Status" from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC).
1545 7-271 Coal Mining: Small Operator Assistance Program(SOAP)
Revises provisions for financial assistance in mine permit preparation for small coal producers and revises applicant criteria
1544 7-265 Coal Mining
Implements remining and reclamation incentives programs to encourage operators to reclaim abandoned coal mine sites.
1543 7-263 Coal and Noncoal Mining
Incorporates federal standards for noncoal and coal mining operations. Provided conformity with the rules and regulation of the federal government for noncoal and coal mining operations.
1542 16A-369 Qualifications for Certification
Requires at least 50% of the 2000 hair appraisal experience be spent in the actual preparation of real estate appraisal reports that must include a physical inspection of the interior and exterior
1541 16A-378 Biennial Renewal Fee Increase
To increase the biennial renewal fee for a Nursing Home Administrator license from $85 to $108.
1540 7-274 Oil and Gas Wells
Amends oil and gas well rules
1539 7-272 Safe Drinking Water
To incorporate federal lead and copper standards into DER's regulations to achieve primary over drinking water. Also, to establish business planning requirements for new systems
1538 57-135 Interexchange Resellers
Replaces current notice requirements for the surcharge added to the charge for a collect call made
1537 7-276 Correction to the Reasonably Available Control Technology (RACT)
Makes a correction to the presumptive RACT standard for medium-sized combustion units
1536 63-4 Procedure
Extends timetables from 15 to 30 days for filing an appeal, an advice of counsel, request for clarification of an advice, reconsideration of an order, or appeal a determination.
1535 16A-371 Contingency Fees
Establishes when an accountant may collect a contingency fee
1534 16A-358 Disciplinary Process and Procedures
Amends the disciplinary procedure rules to separate the Board's prosecutorial and adjudicative functions.
1533 16A-370 General Provisions/Animal Health Technicians
Clarifies the scope of practice of certified animal health technicians. Amends regulation to provide guidance on the permitted scopes of practice of certified animal health technicians and noncertified employees.
1532 53-7 Diskette Requirements
Requires submission of a diskette along with printed copies of documents submitted for publication in the Pennsylvania Bulletin.
1531 3-28 Minimum Capital Requirements for Banks & Savings Associations
Adds a new regulation establishing minimum capital standards for all PA chartered banks and savings associations, including small, privately insured savings associations.
1530 14-413 Food Stamp Provisions
Establishes federal administrative disqualification hearing requirements for AFDC, GA and Food Stamp Program recipients
1529 57-136 Section 1307(f) Filing Requirements
To modify reporting requirements associated with gas cost rate (GCR) and to allow interim changes in each utility's GCR to reflect changing gas costs.
1528 57-133 Residential Service
Establishes a prepayment program for electric utility service, changes the interest rate for deposits of payment and requires utilities to provide prior notification of termination for unauthorized use of utility service.
1527 57-132 First Class City Taxicab Medallion Regulations; Driver Training
Establishes a safety education program for Philadelphia taxicab drivers under the Medallion Act
1526 57-130 Consumer Advisory Council
Updates council membership and term provisions for the Consumer Advisory Council
1525 57-127 Motor Carrier Safety
Brings Pennsylvania motor carrier safety rules into conformity with Federal rules.
1524 16A-374 Examination fee
Adds fee for USMLE Exam.
1523 14-417 Drug & Alcohol Detoxification & Rehabilitation Services in Hospitals
Amends its utilization criteria governing Medical Assistance payments to acute care hospitals and free standing drug and alcohol rehabilitation hospitals for rendering inpatient detoxification and rehabilitation services
1522 40-1 Alternative Fuels Incentive Grant Fund
1521 2-86 State Food Purchase Program
Establishes the procedures for the state food purchase program
1520 6-238 Standards for Approved Private Schools
Amends the rules relating to approved private schools which provide for special education needs of students and young children.
1519 11-118 Long-Term Care Insurance
Establish standards for marketing long-term care insurance
1518 14-415 Subsidized Child Day Care Eligibility
This regulation would expand subsidized day care to in-home care.
1517 100-13 Data Reporting Requirements
Adoption of federal UB92 for data reporting.
1516 14-411 Monthly Reporting
1515 7-270 Area Unsuitable for Noncoal Surface Mining (Haines Township)
The regulation would designate 19 acres in Haines Township as unsuitable for noncoal mining
1514 7-269 Area Unsuitable for Noncoal Mining (Pequea Township)
1513 18-316 Work Zone Traffic Control
Updates uniform system of traffic control devices for work zones on public roads.
1512 12-36 Restroom Equity
Establishes restroom equity standards with respect to public and private facilities where the public congregates.
1511 7-266 Safe Drinking Water
Incorporates federal and state mcls; monitoring and treating requirements; and establishes a wellhead protection program.
1510 53-6 Department of Banking: Automatic subscriptions
1509 14-412 Long Term Structured Residences
Establishes licensure requirements and minimum standards for Long-Term Structured Residences, highly structured therapeutic residential mental health treatment facilities for adults.
1508 16A-368 Fees
1507 16A-367 Biennial Renewal Fees
1506 00-58 Code Enforcement Grants
Deletes regulations that govern the distribution of grants for urban renewal because federal money for the program no longer exists
1505 00-57 Actuarial Investigations
Would repeal Chapter 34 of 16 Pa Code in its entirety
1504 00-56 Real Estate Tax Reimbursement
Deletes Chapter 33 which provided a program for real estate tax reimbursement for properties damaged in the floods of 1971 and 1972
1503 00-55 Urban Redevelopment Grants
Deletes Chapter 21 which provides programs for urban redevelopment grants. There has been no funding and no program activity for at least 10 years.
1502 59-3 Low-level Radioactive Waste Disposal Regional Facility Siting Fund Disclosure Statement Fees
Establishes an $825 fee for all individuals listed on the disclosure statement for the low level radioactive siting facilities act
1501 11-117 Cost of Examinations
1500 15-345 Pennsylvania "Dozen Roses" Instant Lottery Game
Establishes the rules and procedures for the operation and administration of the PA Dozen Roses instant lottery game.
1499 15-344 Pennsylvania "Joker Poker" Instant Lottery game
Establishes new instant lottery game
1498 16A-366 Fees
Increases fee for exam and establishes adminstration of partial exams
1497 10-131 Coordinated Care Organizations Certification Period and Fees
Creates fees for the certification of coordinate care organizations and provides for a two year certification period
1496 7-268 Plan Approval and Operating Permit
Revises permitting requirements for major air contamination sources per Title V of Federal Clean Air Act
1495 7-267 Safe Drinking Water: Extension of Deadline for Meeting ANSI/NSF Standards
Extends deadline by 2 years by which chemicals and construction materials must conform w/ANSI/NSF standards
1494 37-17 Claiming
Revises rules relating to Claiming Races.
1493 7-264 Stream Redesignation - North Branch
1492 11-114 Liability Exchange
Establishes a transfer of the costs for "noneconomic damages" from limited tort insurers to full tort insurers
1491 16A-363 Examination Fees
Establishes the Computer Adaptive Examination as the licensure examination for nurses
1490 14-408 Nursing Facility Services: Case-Mix Payment System
Proposal to establish a prospective payment system for nursing facilities enrolled in Medical Assistance.
1489 15-341 Payments by Electronic Funds Transfer
Deletes fedwire transfers as a routine payment for large taxpayers.
1488 16A-360 Examination Fee
Increases the fee to take the State Real Estate Commission's licensing examinations from $15 to $49.50. It amends the regulation (at Section 35.203) to conform to the testing services contract between the Commonwealth and Assessment Systems, Inc.
1487 11-108 Medicare Supplement Insurance; Minimum Standards
Adds three additional benefit plans for Medical Supplement Insurance that provide "Part B Excess" benefits and allows Medicare disabled persons to be eligible for MSI during open enrollment
1486 16A-362 Auxiliary Personnel Radiology Examination Fee
1485 16A-361 Licensure Examination Fee
1484 15-342 PA "Stocking Stuffer '93" Instant Lottery Game
1483 15-340 PA "Winner Wonderland '93" Instant Lottery Game
1482 16A-356 Corporate Practice and Fictitious Names
To permit osteopaths to form partnerships and professional corporations with chiropractors
1481 12-37 Liquified Petroleum Gas
Would set new standards for construction, operation and maintenance of LPG facilities
1480 16A-359 Professional Geologist Fees
Establishes application and biennial renewal fees for geologists
1479 16A-357 Certified Pennsylvania Evaluators
Establishes rules governing Certified PA Evaluators (assessors)
1478 16A-354 Qualifications for Certification
Reduces classroom hours requirement from 165 to 120 for residential real estates appraiser licensure applicants.
1477 15-336 PA "Money, Movies and Music" Instant Lottery Game
Establishes a new instant lottery game
1476 2-87 Agricultural Liming Materials
Amends and updates regulation governing labeling and content requirements for agricultural liming materials sold.
1475 10-128 Childhood Immunization Insurance
Implements the Childhood Immunization Insurance Act, Act 35 of 1992
1474 50-106 Delegation and Substitution
Reduces the number of application copies investment adviser applicants must submit
1473 50-105 Filing Requirements
Amends the filing requirements for documents filed with the Commission under the Securities Act
1472 50-104 Charges for Commission Publications
Establishes specific charges for PA Securities Commissions publications
1471 50-103 Broker-Dealer Required Records
Replaces incorrect reference to federal rules
1470 50-102 Investment Adviser Registration Procedure
Delegates certain authorities to the Director as authorized by Act 4 of 1993
1469 50-101 Sales to Existing Security Holders
Adopts a revised Commission form used to claim exemption from registration under the Securities Act
1468 50-100 Private Activity Bonds
Updates exemption provisions of the Securities Commission regulation relating to private activity bonds and industrial development bonds
1467 57-129 Integrated Resource Planning for Electric Utilities
To consolidate and enhance all reporting requirements related to electric utility demand and supply planning
1466 57-126 Integrated Resource Planning for Gas Utilities
Consolidates the reporting requirements for natural gas utilities.
1465 32-12 Retention & Disposition Schedule for Records of PA Municipalities
Deletes Chapter 13 which contains the schedule for the retention, disposal and transfer of municipal records
1464 15-262 Sales Tax;Persons and Sales Subject to Tax; Rates; and Exclusions
The regulation reflects the most recent amendments to the tax reform code concerning the application of the sales tax.
1463 64-1 Tuition Account Programs
Will help implement the new Tuition Account Program administered by the Treasury Department
1462 15-338 PA "Cash Explosion" Instant Lottery Game
1461 0-47 Private Activity Bonds: 1993 Allocation
1460 15-335 PA "Football '93" Instant Lottery Game
Governs the administration and operation of the Pennsylvania "Football '93" Instant Lottery Game
1459 6-244 Special Education Services and Programs
Incorporates recent federal changes with regard to IEPS, ITPs and placement in approved private schools
1458 6-243 Special Education Services and Programs
Incorporates changes based on federal regulations and removes Secretary's authority relating to out-of-state placements
1457 16A-355 Schedule of Examination Fees
1456 14-410 Inpatient Hospital Services New Payment Policy
Revises the payment system for acute care hospitals, rehabilitation hospitals and psychiatric hospitals
1455 15-311 Commonwealth Court
Deletes Section 36.12 relating to Commonwealth Court; it has been superceded by Rule 1571 of the Pa Rules and Appellate Procedure which governs the review procedures of determinations of the Board of Finance and Revenue.
1454 15-312 Regulations and Rulings
1453 18-313 Enhanced Emission Inspection Program - Chapter 177
1452 16A-353 Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice
Advises appraisers that the federal standards of professional practice (USPAP) will be amended from time to time and how they can obtain copies of the USPAP amendments.
1451 16A-352 General Revisions
Will amend the Board's regs to emphasize credit for supervisory experience gained in a nursing home setting and/or under the supervision of a licensed nursing home administrator
1450 15-334 PA "Monopoly" Instant Lottery Game
1449 00-53 Public Safety Emergency Telephone Program
Clarifies requirements for the filing of amended plans including changes in contribution rates for a county's 911 program
1448 11-111 Fund Fee Collection Procedures
Establishes the procedures for the payment, collection and remittance of the tank, gallon and capacity fees to the Underground Storage Tank Indemnification Fund
1447 11-110 Fund Fees
Establishes a formula to determine the per-gallon capacity fee for regulated USTs storing heating oil or diesel fuels & establishes an upper limit of $5,000 per UST per year for non retail bulk storage or wholesale distribution USTs storing gasoline
1446 00-52 Special Program Priorities
Annual requirement to promulgate regulations establishing Special Program Priorities
1445 11-103 Insurance Holding Company Systems
1444 14-401 Family Based Mental Health Services for Children and Adolescents
Establishes the family-based Mental Health Services for Children & Adolescents Program as a Medicaid covered service under an approved Medicaid State Plan Amendment. The Program uses contractual arrangements with a limited number of providers
1443 11-101 Reinsurance Agreements
Establishes the financial accounting and reporting requirements for life and health reinsurance agreements
1442 16A-337 Advertising
Revises and updates Board of Podiatry regulation on advertising by podiatrists
1441 14-409 Specified Relatives and Deprivation of Support or Care
1440 12-35 Telephone Hearings - Sunset Date
1439 00-51 Public Safety Emergency Telephone Program
Added a definition of "person" consistent with Act 170 - 1992
1438 16A-339 Examination Requirements
This regulation updates the requirement for the licensure exam by replacing the FLEX and the National Boards exams with the USMLE.
1437 64-2 Abandoned and Unclaimed Property
1436 15-331 PA "Bingo '93" Instant Lottery Game
1435 15-330 PA "Tic-Tac-Toe '93" Instant Lottery Game
1434 2-85 Enforcement of Marketing Programs, Vegetable Marketing and Research Program
Establishes rules for the Vegetable Marketing Program
1433 2-80 Apple Marketing Program
1432 57-123 Local Exchange Carrier Reporting Regulations
Amends the residential telephone account reporting requirements for local exchange carriers (LECS).
1431 57-122 Interexchange
Requires that public credit card telephones be converted to two-way service.
1430 57-121 Public Coin Telephone Service
Amends coin telephone regulation, particularly the rates for local directory assistance
1429 57-120 Termination of Utility Service to Health Care Facilities
Mandates that utilities provide advance notice to health care facilities, as well as to agencies that regulate the facilities, prior to termination of service to such a facility.
1428 2-82 Safety Standards for Bungee Jumping
1427 16A-350 Schedule of Fees
1426 12-33 Prevailing Wage Appeals Board
Establishes rules specifically developed for the Prevailing Wage Appeals Board.
1425 18-312 Permanent Registration of Fleet Vehicles
Establishes a permanent registration system for fleets of 100 or more vehicles
1424 16A-346 Fees
1423 16A-345 Schedule of Examination Fees
1422 16A-342 Fees
1421 12-32 Prevailing Wage regulations
Proposed to increase prevailing wage
1420 16A-310 Experience Options
1419 16A-343 Exam completion and fees
Updates regulation to reflect format and fee changes for the National CPA examination, effective in May 1994
1418 16A-330 Continuing Professional Education
Amends continuing professional education (CPE) requirements to be licensed as a CPA, to reinstate an inactive license, or renew a biannual license
1417 16A-327 Practice by and Through Business Entities
Broadens rules relating to formation of corporations.
1416 16A-321 General Revisions
Establishes standards of practice for dentists and dental hygienists.
1415 16A-344 Fees
Establishes a reciprocity certification fee of $25 and temporary practice registration fee of $25 for certified real estate appraisers
1414 16A-341 Recordkeeping
Amends recordkeeping standards for veterinarians, including record retention, radiographs, ownership and use of records and release of veterinary medical record information to clients
1413 16A-340 Professional Conduct Code
The regulation adds new rules governing professional conduct.
1412 16A-338 Reactivation of Certification
Establishes the procedures whereby appraisers and evaluators who have allowed their certification to lapse may apply for reactivation of certification
1411 16A-335 General Revisions
1410 16A-319 General Revisions
Comprehensive
1409 2-81 Egg Refrigeration Requirements
Establish rules for eggs to be kept at certain temperatures during certain stages of processing to inhibit the growth of salmonella bacteria
1408 11-104 Minimum Reserve Standards for Individual & Group Health Accident Insurance Contracts
Creates a new chapter to establish reserve requirements for health and accident insurance contracts
1407 14-404 Healthy Beginnings
1406 14-400 Mental Health Crisis Intervention Services
Sets forth the organization of the services, staff qualifications, responsibilities of providers and county administrators, and payment conditions for crisis intervention services.
1405 15-258 Instant Lottery Game
Outlines basic structure for all future instant lottery games and includes ticket responsiblity standards, validation procedures, info relating to retailers' compensation and incentive awards, and procedures for the claiming and payment of prizes
1404 16-9 Professional and amateur Kickboxing
Establishes requirements for professional and amateur kickboxing
1403 2-84 "Chemsweep" Pesticide Disposal Program
1402 2-83 Sheep and Lamb Marketing Program
1401 6-240 Definitions of Offenses
This regulation establishes the definitions of certain violations prescribed by the law and defines conduct that is unacceptable on the part of a professional educator
1400 15-328 PA "Instant Slots '93" Instant Lottery Game
1399 15-327 PA "Mother's Day '93" Instant Lottery Game
1398 15-315 Repealer Regulation
1397 15-299 Corporate Net Income Tax-Sales Factor
Updates regulations relating to taxation on sales of tangible personal property.
1396 14-403 Food Stamp Program Revisions
A housekeeping measure which responds to four recent changes in federal law and regulation and thereby improves the Commonwealth's administration of the Food Stamp Program
1395 14-402 Family Support Act of 1988 & Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1990 Amendments
1394 15-329 Cash 5 State Lottery
1393 7-259 Air Quality: New Source Review Provisions
To implement new source permit requirements required by federal Clean Air Act
1392 14-396 Intermediate Care Facilities for the Mentally Retarded
Adds 2 new chapters to separate the requirements from ICFs/MR from the general nursing facility requirements. In addition, provides for reimbursement from hospital bed days and allows providers to move up to 10% of program funding to other programs
1391 41-16 County Offender Supervision Fees
Establishes administrative requirements for the County Offender Supervision Fee Program
1390 57-118 Railroad Transportation Revisions
The regulation would delete standards for the operation of railroads in the Commonwealth
1389 57-117 Extended Area Service
1388 00-50 Manpower Employment Assistance & Training Program
1387 00-49 Neighborhood Assistance Program
1386 00-48 Grants-in-Aid to Flood Prone Municipalities
1385 00-47 Flood Plain Management
1384 00-46 Flood Relief Grants
1383 16A-332 Prospective Drug Review and Patient Counseling
Require all pharmacists to perform a prospective drug review of new prescriptions and after to provide patient counseling.
1382 16A-334 Fees
1381A 7-253A Stream Redesignation - Rattling Run, et al
1380 7-258 Amendments to Coal Mining Regulations
1379 14-399 General Assistance Budget Group
Establishes a mandatory GA budget group similar to AFDC budget group
1378 14-393 Citizenship and Alienage Requirements for Medical Assistance
Separates the MA provisions governing citizenship and alienage from the cash regulations, revised to provide greater clarity and to incorporate Federal regulations.
1377 16-7 Drug and Alcohol Testing for Boxers
Establishes drug testing program for boxers
1376 7-255 Rebuttable Presumption of Liability
A new regulation relating to the rebuttable presumption of liability of the operator of the regional waste facility for all damages and radioactive contamination
1375 7-254 Conservation of Pennsylvania Native Wild Plants
1374 104-1 Collective Bargaining Impasse Rules
1373 15-317 PA "Zodiac '93" Instant Lottery Game
1372 15-316 PA "Baseball '93" Instant Lottery Game
1371 15-314 PA "Stocking Stuffer '92" Instant Lottery Game
1370 7-252 Employer Trip Reduction
Implements Employee Trip Reduction Program for five-county Philadelphia area as required by federal clean air act
1369 10-123 Staffing for Drug & Alcohol Treatment Activities
To establish minimum qualifications for staff, training requirements and client/staff ratios for drug and alcohol treatment facilities.
1368 52-4 Housing Accommodations - Commercial Property
Updates discriminatory practices in housing accommodations/commercial properties
1367 52-3 Rules of Administrative Practice and Procedure
Updates the procedural rules of the Human Relations Commission to conform to changes in the PA Human Relations Act and to achieve "substantial equivalency"
1366 15-313 PA "Blackjack ('92)" Instant Lottery Game
1365 16A-326 Registration and Practice of Acupuncturists
Provides for the registration and practice of acupuncturists
1364 16A-320 Continuing Education
Establishes educational prerequisites for biennial renewals in 1997, and contains criteria and standards, application procedures for Board approval of programs and providers and identification of pre-approved providers
1363 2-79 Prenuclear Seed Potato Certification
1362 14-398 Basic Health Care Package for General Assistance Recipients
1361 7-251 Extension of Certification Date
1360 14-397 Healthy Beginnings Program for Pregnant Women & Qualified Children
1359 7-250 Reasonably Available Control Technology Requirements for Major Stationary Sources of Volatile Organic Compounds & Oxides of Nitrogen
To implement reasonable available control technology (RACT) standards for major sources of NOx and VOCs as required by federal Clean Air Act
1358 16A-331 Fees
1357 7-247 Releases & Corrective Action
Establishes corrective action procedures for underground and aboveground storage tanks.
1356 15-310 "Monster Cash" Instant Lottery Game
1355 57-114 Low Income Usage Reduction Programs
1354 57-112 Limousine Service
1353 14-395 Medical Assistance Resources
Incorporates federal requirements for Medical Assistance eligibility.
1352 14-394 Medical Assistance Eligibility Resource and Income Exclusions
1351 35-11 Intermediate Punishment Regulations
1350 14-388 Special Enforcement Provisions of Nursing Facilities
1349 18-311 Authorizing Appropriately Attired Persons to Direct, Control or Regulate Traffic
Authorizes certain personnel of the Bureau of State Parks in the Department of Environmental Resources to direct traffic after they have completed the Traffic Control Training Course
1348 16A-328 Fees
1347 16A-325 Continued Competency
1346 6-235 Special Education Services and Programs - Chapter 342
1345 6-234 Special Education Services and Programs - Chapter 14
1344 6-236 Audit Requirements
1343 17-53 Wiretapping and Electronic Surveillance
Will update state police regulations on wiretapping and electronic surveillance, especially in emergency hostage and barricade situations
1342 16A-329 Fees
1341 16A-323 Fees
1340 57-113 Utility Technical Advisory Council
1339 7-243 Coal Mining Reclamation Fee
1338 6-392 Nursing Facility Pooling
1337 6-237 School Profiles, Curriculum and Vo-Tech Education
1336 15-304 PA "Forest Fortune" Instant Lottery Game
1335 57-111 Public Utility Earnings
1334 57-110 Notice of New Tariffs and Tariff Changes
Establishes pre-filing notice before rate change filings and revises customer notification
1333 53-5 General Rules of Administrative Practice and Procedure
1332 7-246 Triennial Water Quality Standards
Revises site specific criteria and updates standards to conform with Delaware River Basin Commission standards; defines wetlands and designated and existing uses and sets total residual chlorine criteria
1331 17-52 Resident State Trooper Program
1330 16A-300 General Revisions
Makes numerous modifications to the standards and rules for the operation of a real estate school, the licensure requirements for real estate agents,
1329 101-3 Revolving Loan Fund
1328 6-232 Student Learning Outcomes
1327 15-303 PA "Cookout Cash" Instant Lottery Game
1326 50-97 Small Issuer Exemption
1325 50-96 Offers and Sales to Principals
1324 50-95 Liquidations, Dividends and distributions
1323 50-94 Isolated Exemption
1322 50-93 Effective Period of Registration
1321 50-92 Successor Broker-Dealer & Investment Adviser Registration Procedure
1320 16A-318 Federal Drug Law Examination
1319 18-310 Vehicle Equipment and Inspection
1318 16A-316 Professional Corporations and Fictitious Names
1317 18-309 Hazardous Materials Transportation
Revises rules relating to hazardous materials transportation.
1316 00-44 Local Government Capital Projects Loan Program
1315 11-102 Medicare Supplement Insurance - Minimum Standards
1314 7-245 Surface Coal Mining Regulations Correction
1313 30-47 Fire, Ambulance and Rescue Squad Assistance
1312 59-2 Automated Criminal Justice Information Systems
1311 47-4 Milk Marketing Fees
1310 15-301 Business and Nonbusiness Income
1309 15-300 PA "Grand Slam" Instant Lottery Game
1308 0-44 Private Activity Bonds: Allocation
1307 16A-301 Standards of Nursing Conduct
1306 16A-317 Biennial Renewal Fee
1305 16A-309 Experience
1304 00-45 Community Development Block Grant Program
1303 16A-310 Experience Options
1302 16A-314 Radiological Procedures Examination Fees
1301 16A-315 Fees
1300 16A-311 Fees
1299 11-100 Requirements for Qualified Reinsurers
Establishes requirements for reinsurers to be qualified by the Department and standards for reinsurance from certain unqualified reinsurers
1298 16A-312 Fees
1297 2-77 Frozen Desserts Standards
1296 14-391 Needs Based Plans and Budgeting
1295 11-99 Hazardous Financial Condition Standards
1294 15-298 PA "Mother's Day Surprize" Instant Lottery Game
1293 11-95 Fee Collection Procedures
1292 15-259 Inheritance Tax Deductions
1291 103-1 Municipal Employees Pension Plan
1290 15-297 Cash 5 "Lottery Game"
1289 7-242 Stream Designation - Sambo Creek, et al
1288 16A-308 Minimum Standards of Practice for Controlled Sympathomimetic Amines
1287 15-296 PA "20th Anniversary" Instant Lottery Game
1286 7-244 VOC Controls for Gasoline Dispensing Facilities (Stage II)
1285 16A-306 Continuing Education
1284 7-233 Insurance Fund
Provides higher limits of property insurance coverage for benefit of coal and clay mine subsidence insurance fund policyholders from the effects of coal and clay mine subsidences
1283 16A-305 General Provisions
1282 16A-307 Fee Schedule
1281 54-43 Amusement and Entertainment
1280 14-390 Multiple Change
1279 7-241 Designation Unsuitable for Mining - Laurel Run Watershed
1278 7-240 Designation Unsuitable for Mining - Paddy Run Watershed
1277 7-239 Clean Streams - Paddy Run, et al
1276 18-305 Use of Flashing and Revolving Lights
Updates PennDot's regulations on the authorized use and display of flashing and/or revolving lights on emergency and authorized vehicles
1275 14-389 Medical Assistance Income
1274 7-238 Oxygen Content Standards of Gasoline
1273 7-237 Chapter 135 - Reporting of Sources
1272 18-308 Ramp Metering Signals
1271 18-306 Vehicle Equipment and Inspection
To make proof of insurance part of vehicle inspections and extend grace period for the inspection of vehicles that are sold without valid Pa inspection
1270 00-43 Neighborhood Assistance Act Program: Special Program Priorities for Fiscal Year 1992-93
1269 16A-303 Biennial Renewal Fee Increase
Increases the biennial renewal fee for every licensee of the State Board of Nursing by $6.00.
1268 11-97 Variable Life Insurance
1267 7-236 Safe Drinking Water: Filtration Rule Interim Guidelines
1266 6-227 School Profiles, Curriculum and Vocational-Technical Education
1265 6-224 Equal Education Opportunity
1264 6-226 Code of Professional Practice and Conduct for Educators
1263 7-234 Coal Mining - Small Operator Assistance Program
1262 7-232 Coal Mining - Bonding and Insurance
Makes changes to correct an error in a definition and in certain provisions under the financial tests for self-bonding by coal mine operators
1261 6-228 Certification of Professional Personnel for Educators
1260 1-15 Family Caregiver Support Program
1259 6-226 Code of Professional Practice & Code for Educators
1258 18-302 Exemptions for Physical Reasons from Child Passenger Restraint Sy
1257 16A-297 Code of Ethics
1256 6-229 Bylaws
1255 15-284 PA "Cabin Fever" Instant Lottery Game
1254 16A-298 Qualifications for Taking License Examinations
1253 16A-296 Fee Schedule
1252 16A-302 Fees for Examination for Licensure and Applications
1251 14-387 Adult Training Facilities
1250 2-75 Seed Certification Tag Fees
1249 37-16 Common Pool Wagering
1248 34-59 Common Pool Wagering
1247 7-230 Stream Redesignations-Big Spring Creek, et al
1246 30-48 Radiation Transportation Emergency Response Fund
1245 16-8 General Revisions
1244 18-300 Engineering and Traffic Studies
1243 18-303 Oversize and Overweight Loads and Vehicles
1242 12-29 Universal Accessibility Standards
Establishes regulations to implement the Universal Accessibility Act
1241 7-231 Areas Designated Unsuitable for Mining - Goss Run
1240 16A-299 Biennial Renewal Fee Increase
1239 16A-291 Practice in Professional and Business Entities
1238 12-30 Fire and Panic Regulations
1237 15-279 PA "Stocking Stuffer" Instant Lottery Game
1236 14-385 Subsidized Child Day Care Eligibility
1235 30-49 Drought Operations Plan
1234 00-40 Manufactured Housing
1233 7-229 Volatile Organic Compound Materials
1232 15-251 Sales & Use Tax: Charitable, Volunteer,Firemen & Religious Organizations & Non-Profit Educational Institutions
1231 50-90 Investment Adviser Required Financial Reports
1230 50-89 Broker-Dealer Required Financial Reports
1229 50-88 Investment Adviser Required Records
1228 50-87 Broker-Dealer Required Records
1227 50-86 Delegation and Substitution
1226 50-85 Public Inspection of Records
1225 50-84 Investment Adviser Custody
1224 50-83 Application to Withdraw
1223 50-82 Investment Adviser Registration Procedures
1222 50-81 Examination Requirements for Agents
1221 50-80 Broker-Dealer Registration Procedures
1220 50-79 Broker-Dealer Capital Requirements
1219 50-78 Qualification & Examination Requirement for Investment Advisers & Associated Persons
1218 50-77 Dishonest and Unethical Practices
1217 50-76 Associated Person Registration Procedures
1216 50-75 Agent Registration Procedures
1215 50-74 Convicted
1214 50-73 Successor Broker-Dealer & Investment Adviser Registration
1213 53-4 Bulletin and Related Documents Charges
1212 15-278 PA "Lucky Stars" Instant Lottery Game
1211 15-253 Purchase Price
1210 60-1 Chapter 601 - Traffic Regulations
1209 18-288 Physical and Mental Criteria Including Vision Standards
1208 10-122 Measles Immunization Requirements for Children in Childhood Group Settings
1207 11-93 Unfair Claims Settlement Practices
1206 11-84 HMO Insolvency
1205 16A-276 Physician Assistants
1204 15-277 PA "High Card" Instant Lottery Game
1203 00-41 Public Safety Emergency Telephone Program (911)
1202 18-304 Interstate Motor Carrier Safety Requirements
1201 15-272 Payments by Electronic Funds Transfer
1200 15-256 Utility Services for Residential Use
1199 14-375 Extended Medical Coverage Under the Categorically Needy Program
1198 6-223 Revision of Chapter 31
1197 11-82 Payments to Pharmacists Under Act 6 of 1990
1196 16A-284 General Provisions
1195 14-372 Employment and Training Program
1194 15-275 PA "Cash Reward" Instant Lottery Game
1193 59-1 Registration for Fireworks Displays
1192 19-2 County Construction Reimbursement Program
1191 18-295 Vehicle Equipment and Inspection
1190 11-91 Automobile Insurance Medical Cost Containment
1189 57-108 Confidentiality of Customer Communications and Information
1188 7-247 Coal Preparation Activities
1187 14-374 Transitional Child Care
1186 16-5 General Provisions and Boxing
1185B 16A-283B Professional Records
1185A 16A-283A General Revisions
1184 16A-290 Supervision of Occupational Therapy Assistants
1183 58-21 Lender Participation Fee
1182 14-383 Long Term Structured Residence Licensure
1181 14-379 Adding Newborns
1180 7-228 Total Coliform Monitoring Requirements
1179 58-20 Miscellaneous Amendments
1178 00-37 1991-92 Special Program Priorities
1177 00-36 Local Government Unit Debt Act-Administrative Rules & Regulations
1176 16A-267 Licensure Procedures & Requirements
1175 0-40 PA Minority Business and Development Authority Maximum Loan Amounts
1174 6-222 Higher Education Equal Opportunity Act
1173 15-274 PA "Summer Fun" Instant Lottery Game
1172 15-273 "Magic Money" Instant Lottery Game
1171 16A-287 AART Limited Examination in Radiography - Skull and Sinuses
1170 18-298 Proportional Registration of Fleet Vehicles
1169 16A-288 Reactivation of Licensure
1168 16A-282 Auxiliary Personnel Radiology Exam Fee
1167 18-299 Work Zone Traffic Control
1166 0-39 Private Activity Bonds-Allocation
1165 16A-289 Administrative Revisions
1164 7-212 Safe Drinking Water Regulations Update
1163 14-386 Cash Assistance Program-Emergency Regulations Restraint Systems
1162 11-92 Underground Storage Tank Indemnification Fund Fees
1161 6-115 College and University Security
1160 57-104 Sales Promotional Practices of Electric & Gas Utilities
1159 2-73 Pesticide Registration Fee
1158 7-219 Seasonal Farm Labor Camps
Make numerous amendments to Chapter 201 which contains the criteria and standards for traffic restrictions
1157 00-39 Uniform Standard Code For Mobile Homes
1156 54-42 Fee Revisions
1155 16A-280 Biennial Renewal Fees
1154 58-19 Deletion of /Section 121.156--Loan Forgiveness
1153 18-294 Temporary Registration Cards and Plates
1152 1-14 Older Adult Daily Living Centers
1151 14-378 Personal Needs Allowances
1150 15-250 Poverty Income Tax Forgiveness
1149 18-296 Chapter 83 - Physical & Mental Criteria
1148 18-291 Administrative Practice and Procedure
1147 15-271 PA "Joker's Wild ('91)" Instant Lottery Game
1146 7-226 Transportation & Management Fees for Hazardous Waste Activities
1145 7-223 Revision of Stream Designations Format
1144 16A-279 Fees
1143 2-72 Milk Sanitation Standards
1142 6-221 Chapter 342-Technical Revisions
1141 6-220 Special Education Services and Programs
1140 16A-266 General Revisions
1139 6-119 Academic Schools Chapter 51-General Revisions
1138 7-207 Sewage Facilities Planning Program
1137 00-35 Industrialized Housing
1136 18-292 Transfer, Exchange and Reclassification of Registration
1135 57-103 First Class City Taxicab Regulations
1134 57-102 Line Extensions Tariff Provisions of Local Exchange Carriers
1133 57-101 Fixed Pressure Factor Measurement
1132 57-99 Interexchange Service Providers and Telecommunications Resellers
1131 16A-281 Fees
1130 11-72 PA Assigned Risk Plan
1129 14-384 Medical Assistance Program
1128 14-376 Application Processing and Redetermination
1127 14-373 Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner Services
1126 57-106 Review of Electronically Recorded Testimony
1125 57-105 Extended Area Service
1124 16A-270 Fees
1123 16A-273 Deletion of Chest X-Ray Requirements
1122 16A-272 Professional Association Corporate Filings
1121 61-3 General Revisions Classified Service
1120 15-270 PA Super 7 Lottery Game
1119 58-21 Lender Participation Fee
1118 7-222 Financial Assurance Requirements of the Hazardous Waste Regulation
1117 14-382 Implementation of P.L. 100-383
1116 14-381 Change in Nursing Facilities Certification
1115 16A-179 Functions of Supportive Personnel Supervision by Physical Therapists
1114 6-117 Chapter 73 General Provisions
1113 7-221 Administration of the Storage Tank & Spill Prevention Program
1112 7-220 Safe Drinking Water
1111 7-218 Omnibus Revisions to State Park Rules
1110 14-380 Pharmaceutical Services Emergency Regulations
1109 16A-225 General Revisions
1108 2-68 Swine Health
1107 7-217 Infectious & Chemotherapeutic Waste Incineration
1106 11-67 Continuing Care
1105 2-69 Dangerous Dogs
1104 16A-274 Examination Fees
1103 16A-239 Fees
1102 7-216 PA Clean Streams Law - Water Quality Standards
1101 18-290 Personal Plates
1100 14-377 Foster Care Health and Educational Records
1099 15-269 "Run for the Money" Instant Lottery Game
1098 15-268 "Triple Play" Instant Lottery Game
1097 16A-271 Amendments to Regulations
1096 14-360 Coinsurance for Extended Care Services
1095 14-342 Family Support Act of 1988
1094 15-267 "Tic-Tac-Two" Instant Lottery Game
1093 15-266 "Treasure Hunt" Instant Lottery Game
1092 15-265 "Hot Spots" Instant Lottery Game
1091 57-100 First Class City Taxicabs - Medallion
1090 18-289 Shared-Ride Transportation Services
1089 14-366 Healthy Beginnings Plus Program
1088 14-371 Case Management Services
1087 14-370 Home Health Agency Services
1086 15-264 PA "Blackjack (91)" Instant Lottery Game
1085 7-211 Gas Well Classification
1084 16-3 Docketing Statements
1083 14-368 Loperamide
1082 7-214 State Grants for Operation of Sewage Treatment Plants
1081 7-213 Non-Coal Mining
1080 14-367 Refugee Assistance
1079 0-35 Loans to Hospitals, Nursing Homes & Personal Care Boarding Homes
1078 16A-230 Reference Books, Biennial Renewal & Continuing Education
1077 14-365 Advanced Life Support
1076 14-364 Drug and Alcohol Clinic Services
1075 0-37 Tax-Exempt Bond Allocation
1074 16A-262 AART Limited Examination in Radiography-Skull & Sinuses
1073 10-115 Generic Drug Law Prescription Orders
1072 15-263 "Holiday Cash (90)" Instant Lottery Game
1071 54-41 Fee Revisions
1070 15-261 "Once in a Blue Moon" Instant Lottery Game
1069 14-343 Medical Assistance (MA) Resources & Income
1068 10-117 Clean Indoor Air
1067 63-3 Ethical Activities and Standards
1066 7-210 Amendments to Coal Mining Regulations
1065 16A-261 Biennial Renewal Fee: Anesthesia Permit
1064 6-116 Protected Handicapped Students
1063 71-5 Operation of Motor Vehicles on State System of Higher Education
1062 14-351 Invoicing for Services
1061 16A-254 Biennial Registration & Application Fees
1060 14-331 Personal Care Home Licensing
105a 14-219 Medical Assistance Statewide Ceilings on net operating costs for skilled nursing and immediate care facilities
1059 00-34 Neighborhood Assistance Act Special Program Priorities
1058 7-204 Bottled Water, Vended Water and Bulk Water Hauling Systems
1057 14-348 Board of Claims Reviews
1056 15-260 PA "Jackport" Instant Lottery Game
1055 7-209 Radiation Protection
1054 7-208 Registration & License Fees
1053 15-249 Personal Income Tax Compensation
1052 15-244 Corporation Tax Appeals - Time Limits on Decisions
1051 14-352 Revisions to Optometric Service
1050 14-350 Pharmaceutical Services Emergency Regulations
1049 14-335 Retrospective Budgeting
1048 57-98 Minimum Threshold for Natural Gas Transportation
1047 16A-259 Post-Basic Nursing Programs
1046 16A-263 Applications for Licensure
1045 16A-246 Fees
1044 15-211 Lease or Rental of Vehicles and Rolling Stock
Clarifies that the sales and use tax is only imposed on leases executed within the Commonwealth where the vehicle is delivered within the Commonwealth or subsequently brought into the Commonwealth during the terms of the lease.
1043 7-195 Control of VOC from Gasoline Dispensing Facilities (State II)
1042 7-194 Standards for Sources
1041 18-287 Local Real Estate Tax Reimbursement Grants
1040 18-286 Obstruction to Aircraft
1039 18-285 Airport Rating and Licensing
1038 18-284 Aviation Development Grants
1037 16A-260 Biennial Fees: Cosmeticians, Cosmetician & Manicurist Shops
1036 16A-237 Health Program
1035 101-5 Eligible Land Costs
Clarifies eligibility of land costs for financial assistance
1034 14-344 Cash Assistance for Temporarily Hospitalized MH Patients
Revises the eligibility requirements for Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC) and General Assistance (GA) programs.
1033 18-283 Reports to Bureau of Driving Licensing
1032 57-97 Demand Meter Testing
1031 14-329 Community Residential MR Facilities Family Living Homes
1030 54-40 Sales by Distributors and Importing Distributors
1029 16A-236 General Revisions
1028 7-202 Encroachment Permits Wetlands
1027 16A-257 Class A Certification
1026 16A-256 Schedule of Fees
1025 7-180 Standards for Administrative Records for Hazardous Waste Sites
1024 11-74 Medicare Supplement Insurance Minimum Standards
1023 11-73 Medicare Supplement Insurance
1022 10-114 Generic Drug Formulary Supplement
Provides for additional drugs to be added or appropriate deletions made to the Generic Drug Formulary.
1021 10-116 Reporting of Diseases
1020 16A-258 ARRT Examination Fees
1019 18-249 Distribution of Highway Maintenance Funds
1018 18-281 Specially Constructed Vehicles, Reconstructed Vehicles & Street Rods
1017 16A-255 Biennial Renewal Fee Increase
1016 13-3 State Veterans Commission Regulations Governing Veterans Programs
1015 0-34 Machinery and Equipment Loan Fund Program
1014 16A-199 Permitted Business Practices
1013 16A-253 Radiology Examination Fees
1012 15-257 PA "Zodiac" Instant Lottery Game
1011 15-255 PA "Money-Go-Round" Instant Lottery Game
1010 7-187 Financial Assurances Package
1009 7-190 Comprehensive Act 101 Rulemaking Package
1008 16A-235 Examination Fees
1007 2-67 Quarantine No. 31 - Gypsy Moth
1006 16A-244 ARRT Examination Fees
1005 18-276 Special Point Examinations
1004 18-278 School Bus Drivers
1003 18-279 Driver's Licensing Examination
1002 6-113 Academic Schools General Revisions
1001 14-321 Recission of Food Stamps Program
1000 7-188 Infectious & Chemotherapeutic Waste Regulations
0999 18-282 School Bus Drivers
0998 101-4 Funding Limitations
0997 14-332 County Comprehensive Case Management Plan & Intensive Case Management
0996 00-33 Volunteer Fire Company, Ambulance Service & Rescue Squad Assistance Act
0995 11-71 Per Diem Charges for Insurance Department Examination
0994 16A-172 General Revisions
0993A 7-203A PA Clean Streams Law: Water Quality Standards
0993 7-203 Pennsylvania Clean Streams Law Water Quality Standards
0992 54-39 Denatured Ethyl Alcohol
0991 15-251 PA "Double Play" Instant Lottery Game
0990 16A-252 Examination Fee Increases
0989 58-18 Act Creating PHEAA & State Guaranty Loan Program Act Granting Scholarships
0988 0-36 Private Activity Bonds: Allocation
0987 7-181 Residual Waste Management
0986 7-200 Host Municipality Fund Allocation
0985 50-69 Recission Offers
0984 50-68 Foreign Financial Statements
0983 50-67 Delegation & Substitution
0982 50-66 Registration by Coordination
0981 7-201 Pollution Control and Prevention from Agriculture Operations
0980 16A-250 Fees
0979 16A-248 Fees
0978 16A-245 Examination Procedures & Fees
0977 15-252 PA "Triple Deal" Instant Lottery Game
0976 16A-191 General Revisions
0975 16A-246 Applications for Licensure
0974 16A-251 Application Procedures
0973 16A-247 Examination Fees and Procedures
0972 16A-249 Examination Fees
0971 6-112 Standards for Special Education Services and Programs
0970 6-111 Special Education Services and Programs
0969 54-38 Malt Beverage Inventory & Sales Invoice Restrictions
0968 16A-156 General Revisions
0967 41-15 Special Rules of Administration Practice and Procedure
0966 3-28 Subsidiaries of Bank Holding Companies
0965 15-233 Vending Machines
0964 16A-238 Schedule of Fees
0963 16A-242 Examination Fees
0962 16A-241 Examination Fees
Examination Fees
0961 16A-222 General Revisions
0960 16A-243 Examination Application Fees
0959 2-66 Purchase of Agricultural Conservation Easements
0958 7-174 Hazardous Waste Regulations
0957 12-27 Special Rules of Administration. Practice & Procedure Before Referees
0956 16A-226 Reactivation of Licensure Status
0955 54-36 Licensee Records and Reports
0954 16A-217 Licensure Regulations
0953 57-95 Effect of Failure to File Exceptions or Appeal
0952 57-94 Contesting Medical Certification
0951 7-193 Shellfish
0950 6-110 Criminal History Background Checks
0949 14-333 Administration of County Children & Youth Program
0948 54-37 Club Financial Records
0947 1-10 Pharmaceutical Assistance Contract for the Elderly(PACE)
0946 15-248 PA "Tic-Tac-Toe" ('90) Instant Lottery Game
0945 18-272 Chapter 175: Vehicle Equipment & Inspection
0944 16A-220 Supervision and Nomenclature
0943 2-65 Poultry Haulers & Dealers
0942 10-277 Equipment.& Training Requirements for Administering Chemical Tests;Test Procedure .& Accuracy Certificate for Breath Test Devices
Cert. for Breath Test Devices
0941 15-247 Wild Card Lotto
0940 15-235 Small Games of Chance
0939 2-63 On-Farm Produced Denatured Ethyl Alcohol
0938 16A-233 Biennial Renewal Fee Increases
0937 16A-228 Divisions of Examination Available in December
0936 16A-232 Fee Schedule
0935 16A-210 Licensure, Registration and Practice of Chiropractic
0934 14-322 Child Day Care Services
0933B 7-191B Volatile Organic Compound Emissions
0933A 7-191 Volatile Organic Compound Emissions
0932 18-275 Temporary Registration Cards and Plates
0931 6-109 Pupil Transportation
0930 2-57 Livestock Transportation and Health Certificate
0929 71-4 Student Disciplinary due Process Requirements
0928 18-273 Driver's License Examination
0927 11-68 Minimum Nonforfeiture and Valuation Standards
0926 11-66 Prohibiting Discrimination in Insurance
0925 18-274 Antique and Classic Vehicles
0924 2-64 Poisons
0923 52-2 Special Rules of Administrative Practice and Procedure
0922 10-110 Generic Drug Formulary Supplement
0921 10-108 Generic Drug Formulary Supplement
0920 16A-231 Fees
0919 16A-224 Waiver of Dealer's Requirement for a Certificate of Occupancy
0918 15-245 "7-11-21" Instant Lottery Game
0917 15-246 "Holiday Cash" Instant Lottery Game
0916 14-328 Early & Periodic Screening Diagnosis and Treatment Services
0915 16A-219 Examination Completion Requirements
0914 15-240 Returnable Containers & Wrapping Supplies, Equipment & Service
0913 16A-216 Standards & Functions of Assistants
0912 16A-213 Minimum Standards for Prescription Administration & Dispensing Controlled Sympathomimetic Amines
0911 7-177 Air Quality Permit Fees
0910 3-26 Savings Banks Service Corp.
0909 3-25 Savings Association Service Corporations
0908 14-318 Medical Assistance Residence
0907 2-60 Flood Relief Grant Administration
0906 14-325 Long Term Care Disproportionate Share Payments
0905 37-15 Nonprimary Locations
0904 34-57 Nonprimary Locations
0903 7-189 Water Quality Stream Redesignations
0902 11-64 Discounting of Medical Malpractice Loss Reserves
0901 16A-195 General Provisions and License by Examination
0900 50-65 Takeover Offer Report Regarding Participating Broker-Dealers
0899 50-64 Dishonest and Unethical Practices
0898 50-63 Philadelphia Stock Exchange Exemption from Agent Registration
0897 14-327 Eligibility Provisions for the Healthy Horizons Program for the Elder/Disabled
0896 14-326 Ceilings (115%)
0895 14-319 Hospice Services
0894 58-17 State Guaranty Loan Program Act Granting Scholarships
0893 54-34 Rules of Administrative Practice and Procedures
0892 100-10 Data Reporting Requirements
0891 7-185 Continuous Nitrogen Oxides Monitoring
0890 7-184 Emergency Episode Plans
0889 7-176 Continuous Emission Monitoring Data Availability Requirements
0888 16A-227 Fees
0887 11-70 Medicare Supplement Insurance
0886 16A-215 Therapeutic Drugs
0885 11-58 Miscellaneous Provisions
0884 18-271 Display of Registration Plates
0883 18-270 Mobile Home Titling
0882 15-231 Board of Appeals & Abandoned & Unclaimed Property
0881 15-222 Net Gains or Income From Disposition of Property
0880 11-70 Medicare Supplement Insurance
0879 0-28 Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority
0878 7-173 Area Designated Unsuitable for Mining: Bells Gap Run
0877 16-4 Uniform Commercial Code
0876 16A-212 Standards of Practice and Conduct
0875 2-46 Liquid Measuring Devices and Moisture Meters
0874 15-203 Exemption Certificates-Sale for Resale
0873 00-32 Neighborhood Assistance Act Program;Special Program Priorities
0872 32-10 Archaeological Field Investigation Permits
0871 11-62 Health Maintenance Organizations
0870 15-241 Sales and Preparation
0869 15-239 Taxable and Exempt Tangible Personal Property
0868 15-237 Photographers & Photofinishers
0867 15-234 Sales by the US Government & the Commonwealth or its Political Subdivisions
0866 15-223 Sales to Ambassadors, Ministers & Consular Officials of Foreign Governments
0865 12-28 Plan Examination and Approval Fees
0864 54-35 Approval of a Transfer of License
0863 14-324 Medical Assistance Copayment Exemptions for Targeted Case Mgmt.
0862 15-243 Daily Number Game
0861 16A-221 Anesthesia
0860 14-323 Income Adjustments
0859 14-320 Child Protective Services Child Abuse
0858 14-317 Planning & Financial Reimbursement for County Child.& Youth Social Service Programs
0857 18-269 Posting of Private Parking Lots
0856 2-58 Pesticides
0855 2-52 Seed Certification
0854 2-44 Changes to Preferential Assessment of Farmland & Forest Land
0853 57-92 Informal Investigation
0852 10-107 Generic Drug Formulary Supplement
0851 10-106 Generic Drug Formulary Supplement
0850 54-33 Listing Proposal Fee
0849 103-4 Municipal Employee Pension Plans
0848 16A-206 Funding and Reporting of Pre-Paid Burial Accounts
0847 2-59 Lowfat Sour Cream
0846 0-30 Commerce Information System
0845 22-2 Law - General Provisions
0844 18-263 Authorized Vehicles and Special Operating Privileges
0843 2-56 Packaging and Labeling
0842 2-55 Frozen Desserts standards
0841 2-51 Noxious Weed Control List