HARRISBURG – This week, the House approved Senate Bill 106, which proposes amending Pennsylvania’s Constitution to restore the balance of power in government and restore voter confidence in our elections and their outcomes. The House of Representatives amended Senate Bill 106 to add four additional proposed Constitutional amendments, intended to rein in executive power and ensure no single person, authority, or interest can outweigh the voices of the people of the Commonwealth. Senator Ryan Aument strongly feels the people of Pennsylvania deserve transparency, accountability, and integrity from their government. Senate Bill 106 will now return to the Senate for final concurrence on the House amendments. The constitutional amendment process requires passage in both chambers in consecutive legislative sessions, followed by a ballot referendum that gives voters in Pennsylvania the final say.