SOURCE: Committee Management Support Service I
Unless otherwise indicated, all committee meeting venues are located at the House of Representatives Complex.
|02-MARCH-2020 • MONDAY|
|Committee/Sub-Committee||Time and Venue|
|TRADE AND INDUSTRY - CANCELLED|
Conf. Rms. 3&4, RVM Bldg.
|HB 3366 – Strengthening and modernizing the Warehouse Receipts Law of the Philippines in order to provide a legal framework in the Philippines that shall facilitate trade and commerce (Rep. Bernadette ‘BH’ Herrera-Dy)|
HB 4413 – Providing for the revised Warehouse Receipts Law of the Philippines (Rep. Xavier Jesus Romualdo)
|WAYS AND MEANS|
R. R. Andaya Hall 2/F Main Bldg.
|Substitute Bill to HBs 99 & 1974 – Institutionalizing industry cluster-based programs and projects through inter-local cooperation and people’s participation (Rep. Maria Lourdes Acosta-Alba and Deputy Speaker Eduardo ‘Bro. Eddie Villanueva)|
HB 883 – Consolidating the laws granting rewards to informers of violations of internal revenue and customs laws, repealing for this purpose Section 282 of the National Internal Revenue Code of 1997, and Section 3513 of the Tariff and Customs Code of the Philippines (Rep. Manuel Cabochan III)
HB 1043 – Granting incentives to qualified taxpayers by exempting them from audit and investigation if they pay at least twenty percent more of income tax, vat, excise and percentage taxes paid during the previous taxable year (Rep. Kristine Singson-Meehan)
HR 79 – Investigation into the manufacturing of illegal cigarettes, fake cigarette labels, and fake revenue stamps; smuggling of fake cigarettes and cigarette-making machines; and loss of revenue because of uncollected taxes (Deputy Speaker Deogracias Victor ‘DV’ Savellano)
|FLAGSHIP PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS|
Spkr. Belmonte Hall 1/F SWA Bldg.
|HB 5456 – Granting President Rodrigo Roa Duterte special powers in adopting a national policy on speeding up the implementation of the "Build, Build, Build" Program on or before 2022 or within a period of two and half years, and subject to restrictions, to implement rules and regulations necessary and proper to carry out such powers (Rep. Joey Sarte Salceda)|
|GOVERNMENT REORGANIZATION jt. w/ AQUACULTURE AND FISHERIES RESOURCES (Technical Working Group)|
Spkr. Fuentebella Hall 1/F SWA Bldg.
|Technical Working Group meeting on HBs 7, 122, 1542, 2827, 3010, 3240, 3471, 4350, 4480, 6185 & 6226 – Creating the Department of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources, providing for its powers and functions, appropriating funds therefor (Speaker Alan Peter ‘Compañero’ Cayetano, Reps. Juan Miguel Macapagal Arroyo, Alfredo Garbin Jr., Rufus Rodriguez, Raul ‘Boboy’ Tupas, Janice Salimbangon, Anna Marie Villaraza-Suarez, Deputy Speakers Vilma Santos-Recto and Michael Romero Ph.D., Reps. Ron Salo and Argel Joseph Cabatbat)|
Spkr. Perez Hall 2/F SWA Bldg.
|HBs 265, 3351 & 4860 – Providing for a revised Wildlife Resources Conservation and Protection Act, appropriating funds therefor (Reps. Josephine Ramirez-Sato, Juan Miguel Macapagal Arroyo, and Rufus Rodriguez)|
HB 1117 – Amending RA 9147, otherwise known as the Wildlife Resources Conservation and Protection Act (by prohibiting lambateros from setting up fishnets (lambat) or similar materials to gather, capture or otherwise take control or possession of any of the species described in the Act including race pigeons and other species) (Rep. Jose Atienza Jr.)
HR 248 – Investigation into the illegal wildlife trade in the Philippines and review of relevant existing laws (Rep. Elpidio Barzaga Jr.)
Spkr. Zulueta Hall 2/F SWA Bldg.
|HBs 3030 & 6130 – Establishing the Barangay Integrated Development Approach for Nutrition Improvement (BIDANI) of the rural poor as a linkage program for all state universities and colleges (SUCs) and community colleges and appropriating funds therefor (Reps. Wilter ‘Sharky’ Wee Palma II and Victor Yap)|
Briefing by the Department of Science and Technology-Food and Nutrition Research Institute (DOST-FNRI) on the problem of malnutrition among Filipino children and the youth
Special report on the accomplishments of the BIDANI
|WELFARE OF CHILDREN|
Spkrs. Aquino/ Makalintal Hall 2/F SWA Bldg.
|HBs 626, 4676 & 6334 – Strengthening early childhood care and development system, revising for the purpose RA 10410, otherwise known as the Early Years Act of 2013, and providing funds therefor (Reps. Joel Mayo Almario, John Marvin ‘Yul Servo’ Nieto, and Josefina Tallado)|
Measures on child friendly internet:
HB 2203 – Prohibiting the spread of online viral challenge that is detrimental to the moral, mental, and physical development of children (Rep. ‘Kuya’ Jose Antonio Sy-Alvarado)
HB 2517 – Requiring internet service providers to create and maintain a child-friendly internet package for subscription of parents or guardians, free Wifi providers, computer rental shops, and other subscribers, and providing penalties for violation thereof (Rep. Divina Grace Yu)
HB 5307 – Regulating the use of social media, providing protection for children, minors and consumers (Deputy Speaker Dan Fernandez)
HB 5407 – Providing protection for children using the internet (Rep. Rozzano Rufino Biazon)
HB 5542 – Banning the use of mobile phones and other electronic gadgets by children less than 16 years of age in all public and private schools (Rep. Florida ‘Rida’ Robes)
HR 342 – Inquiry into the adverse effects of character-based video games on children and prescribe counter measures to curb, if not discourage, youngsters from engaging in such character-based video games (Deputy Speaker Rodante Marcoleta)
|HIGHER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION|
Conf. Rms. 1&2, RVM Bldg.
|Bills pertaining to college and university faculty/teaching personnel:|
HB 2921 – Prescribing uniform qualification standard for teachers in colleges or universities (Rep. Precious Hipolito Castelo)
HB 5035 – Standardizing the tenure of college professors (Rep. John Marvin ‘Yul Servo’ Nieto)
Bills mandating the teaching of subjects on ethics, anti-corruption, and governance:
HB 5769 – Mandating the compulsory teaching of ethics subjects in Philippine tertiary education (Rep. Ruth Mariano-Hernandez)
HB 6003 – Requiring the inclusion of anti-corruption and governance education in higher education curriculum, appropriating funds therefor (Deputy Speaker Eduardo ‘Bro. Eddie’ Villanueva)
Bills creating Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) training centers:
Substitute Bill to HB 2542 – Converting the Balicuatro College of Arts and Trades in the Municipality of Allen, Province of Northern Samar, into the Northern Samar Polytechnic Institute, appropriating funds therefor (Rep. Paul Ruiz Daza)
HBs 6110, 6220, 6241 & 6296 – Establishing TESDA training centers in certain parts of the country and appropriating funds therefor (Deputy Speaker Conrado Estrella III, Reps. Vincent Garcia, Juan Fidel Felipe Nograles, and Joseph ‘Jojo’ Lara)
Measures pertaining to the implementation of student financial assistance programs:
HR 30 – Inquiry into the Commission on Higher Education’s (CHED) scholarship allowance for identified beneficiaries (Rep. Lord Allan Jay Velasco)
HRs 108 & 109 – Investigation into the continued collection of various school fees in several state universities in violation of RA 10931, also known as the Universal Access to Quality Tertiary Education Act (Rep. Sarah Jane Elago)
HR 111 – Calling for an immediate review of the implementation of voluntary opt-out mechanism as provided in RA 10931 (Rep. Sarah Jane Elago)
HRs 394 & 395 – Urging the Unified Student Financial Assistance System for Tertiary Education (UniFAST) Board to scrap its definition of "similar or related fees," which allows the illegal collection of redundant, exorbitant, and dubious school fees, in the implementing rules and regulations (IRR) of RA 10931 (Rep. Sarah Jane Elago)
HR 693 – Inquiry to assess and evaluate the implementation of RA 10687, otherwise known as the UniFAST Act to ensure that the mandate of the law is effectively and efficiently carried out (Deputy Speaker Ferdinand Hernandez)
Last Updated: 31-May-2020, 03:38:03 PM