SOURCE: Committee Management Support Service II
Unless otherwise indicated, all committee meeting venues are located at the House of Representatives Complex.
|03-MAY-2017 • WEDNESDAY|
|Committee/Sub-Committee||Time and Venue|
|JUSTICE (Subcommittee on Immigration, Naturalization and Deportation)|
Zulueta Hall 2/F SWA Bldg.
|Subcommittee meeting on:|
HBs 162, 327, 1305 & 1697 – Creating the Commission on Immigration, defining its powers and functions, expanding, rationalizing and further professionalizing its organization, upgrading the compensation and benefits of its officials and employees, and appropriating funds therefor (Reps. Feliciano Belmonte Jr., Xavier Jesus Romualdo, Leopoldo Bataoil, and Maximo Rodriguez Jr.)
HB 435 – Philippine Immigration Act (Rep. Evelina Escudero)
HB 3005 – Mandating the Bureau of Immigration to implement a state-of-the-art method of documenting persons with hold-departure orders and identity clearance so as to avoid great inconvenience on the part of the namesakes of such persons who are the subject of such hold-departure orders (Rep. Winston ‘Winnie’ Castelo)
Belmonte Hall SWA Bldg.
|HBs 168, 174, 263, 582, 1203, 2101, 2276, 2983, 2300, 3954, 4212, 4992 & 5165 – Promoting sustainable transportation system and alternative modes of transportation and other mobility options, including the establishment of bicycle lanes, to improve air quality, increase efficiency, reduce congestion, and contribute to positive health impacts in our society (Reps. Tricia Nicole Velasco-Catera, Jericho Jonas Nograles, Luis Raymund ‘LRay’ Villafuerte Jr., Deputy Speaker Pia Cayetano, Reps. Cesar Sarmiento, Emi Calixto-Rubiano, Lord Allan Jay Velasco, Michelle Antonio, Winston ‘Winnie’ Castelo, Alfredo Vargas III, and Carlos Isagani Zarate)|
HBs 1952, 2152, 2294, 2542, 2817 & 4627 – Extending the validity period of a driver’s license – Reps. Vilma Santos-Recto, Enrico Pineda, Romeo Acop, Johnny Ty Pimentel, Estrellita Suansing, and Deputy Speaker Rolando Andaya Jr.)
HB 1319 – Requiring the use of child restraint (safety car seat) device or system for children riding in running motor vehicles (Rep. Mariano Michael Velarde Jr.)
Report on the Roll-on, Roll-off (RoRo) inspection held from March 16 to 27, 2017 in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao
|LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT|
De Venecia Hall SWA Bldg.
|HB 356 – Increasing the penalties for non-compliance with the government prescribed minimum wages, amending for the purpose Section 12 of RA 6727, otherwise known as the Wage Rationalization Act, as amended (Rep. Emmeline Aglipay-Villar)|
HB 5018 – Ensuring the employees' right to their wages, including wage-related benefits, and social security and welfare benefits, amending for the purpose PD 442, as amended, otherwise known as the Labor Code of the Philippines (Speaker Pantaleon ‘Bebot’ Alvarez)
Yñiguez Hall SWA Bldg.
|Committee Report on HB 4136 – Renewing for another 25 years the franchise granted to Manila Broadcasting Company (MBC) under RA 7816 (Rep. Benhur Salimbangon)|
Committee Report on HB 4515 – Granting Ignite Telecommunications, Incorporated a franchise to construct, install, establish, operate, and maintain telecommunications system throughout the Philippines (Rep. Henry Oaminal)
Committee Report on HB 4657 – Granting the Golden Nation Network Inc., a franchise to construct, install, establish, operate and maintain radio and television broadcasting stations within the Philippines (Rep. Celso Lobregat)
Committee Report on HB 4658 – Renewing for another 25 years the franchise granted to Ermita Electronics Incorporated (presently known as G. Telecoms Inc.), amending for the purpose RA 8196 (Rep. Celso Lobregat)
Committee Report on HB 2617 – Renewing for another 25 years the franchise granted to Isla Communications Co., (Islacom) presently known as Innove Communications, Inc., amending for the purpose RA 7372 (Rep. Reynaldo Umali)
HB 2045 – Granting separate legislative franchise to Cotabato Electric Cooperative, Inc. (COTELCO-PALMA) to construct, install, establish, operate and maintain a distribution system for the conveyance of electric power to the end-users in six municipalities in the Province of Cotabato and its neighboring suburbs (Rep. Jesus Nonato Sacdalan)
HBs 5200 & 5217 – Renewing for another 25 years the franchise granted to Bright Star Broadcasting Network Corporation under RA 7295 (Reps. Rose Mary ‘Baby’ Arenas and Elenita Milagros ‘Eileen’ Ermita-Buhain)
|WAYS AND MEANS|
Nograles Hall SWA Bldg.
|Technical Working Group report on the Substitute Bill to HB 4774 – Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion Act (Rep. Dakila Carlo Cua)|
HB 292 – Imposing excise tax on sugar sweetened beverages by inserting a new section 150-A in the National Internal Revenue Code of 1997, as amended (Rep. Horacio Suansing Jr.)
HBs 3719 & 3720 – Amending certain provisions of RA 8424 (Rep. Scott Davies Lanete M.D.)
HB 5089 – Withdrawing all tax exemptions and incentives granted to all telecommunications services company with legislative franchise (Rep. Tobias ‘Toby’ Tiangco)
HB 5444 – Reimposing franchise tax on telephone, telegraph and telecommunications entities, amending for the purpose Sections 108-A and 119 of RA 8424, as amended (Deputy Speaker Sharon Garin)
HB 4839 – Amending Sections 141, 142 and 143 of the NIRC of 1997, increasing and restructuring the excise tax rates on alcohol (Deputy Speaker Sharon Garin)
HB 3436 – Imposing a 20 percent tax on lotto earnings, ten percent of which will be used for housing and another ten percent for education, and prescribing a mechanism therefor (Rep. Winston ‘Winnie’ Castelo)
|AGRARIAN REFORM (Technical Working Group)|
Makalintal/Aquino Hall 2/F SWA Bldg.
|Technical Working Group meeting on HBs 114 & 3051- Mandating the completion of the land acquisition and distribution (LAD) component of the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program (CARP) pursuant to RA 6657, otherwise known as the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Law, as amended (Reps. Teddy Brawner Baguilat Jr. and Kaka Bag-ao)|
Montilla Hall 2/F SWA Bldg.
|HB 2286 – Repealing Section 20 of RA 8749, otherwise known as Clean Air Act of 1999 and amending pertinent provisions of RA 9003, also known as the Solid Waste Management Act of 2000 (Rep. Carlito Marquez)|
HB 4271 – Banning traditional, small-scale, community incineration (“SIGA”) and amending the provisions of RA 8749, and its implementing rules and regulations, and increasing the penalty for burning of solid waste, amending RA 9003 (Rep. Bernadette Herrera-Dy)
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