The future of each bill is in the hands of committees whose members can vote to either table a bill, accept it as is, make amendments or defeat it altogether. If accepted, a bill would then be considered and voted on by the Senate and the House. Finally, it would land on the governor’s desk.

The House is scheduled to reconvene Aug. 25, and the Senate on Sept. 21.

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Molly Duerig is a freelance videographer. She collaborates with PublicSource reporters, creating visual content to accompany their stories. Molly has degrees in English and Spanish from Allegheny...