Pennsylvania Legislative Reference Bureau Right-To-Know
The Legislative Reference Bureau, under section 504(a) of the Right-to-Know Law, as enacted February 14, 2008 (P.L. 6, 14, No.3) (65 P.S. § 76.504(a)) Purdon's Pennsylvania Legislative Service, No. 1 (2008), proposes to add 101 Pa. Code Chapter 31 (relating to Right-to-Know Law) as set forth in Annex A.
Obtaining Legislative Records from the Legislative Reference BureauUnder the Right-To-Know Law (RTKL), legislative records are available to the public. The types of legislative records available under the RTKL are defined under the definition of "legislative record." In many cases, the records are available online on the General Assembly's website, www.legis.state.pa.us, and there is no need to make an official request. For example, a frequently requested document, House Resolution 75 of 1933, can be found here.