Wednesday's session day was also accompanied by a number of press events.
First off hundreds of pharmacists and student pharmacists joined to talk about the importance of needing funding so they can put their patients first.
Next in the Rotunda was a group of advocates and legislators speaking out on why marijuana should be legalized and what the benefits would be.
Lastly in the Capitol Rotunda was an event for Pennsylvania's annual Aviation Advocacy Day.
And at a press conference in Strawberry Square, Attorney General Josh Shapiro announced charges against 14 businesses and 12 people who are accused of illegally obtaining and renting out license plates.