Kulik has not made a statement on this issue, to our knowledge.
The PA ACLU warns
this bill was amended last-minute, and guts the good reforms initially proposed and "goes further by allowing probation officers to conduct searches without even reasonable suspicion, including of a person’s home; by allowing courts to prohibit people on probation from using medical marijuana and other prescription medications; and by keeping people who live in poverty on probation indefinitely for failure to pay fines and fees."
Garret agrees with the ACLU PA's assessment that the bill as amended would make Pennsylvania's probation system worse, not better. Garret would not support the supports the original goals of the bill to restrict probation and protect civil rights.