The murder of Caylee Anthony has inspired two bills that are now of the floor of the Pennsylvania House.
HB 1841 introduced by Tarah Toohil (R-116) would make strengthen the penalties of providing false reports to police during a criminal investigation involving a child.
HB 1842 introduced by Justin J. Simmons (R-131) would strengthen the penalties of for concealing the death of a child.
The bills — together known as Caylee’s Laws — would make upgrade both crimes to third-degree felonies and increase the maximum penalties to seven years and a $15,000 fine.
Hat tip Rep. Jim Cox (R-129)