Sponsored by John J. Binienda - Massachusetts (Current)

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25%
MAH4318For legislation to establish a sick leave bank for Robert Binton, an employee of the Department of Transportation. Public Service.
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2014-07-28
Read second and ordered to a third reading
Intro
25%
MAS2227For legislation to amend chapter 422 of the acts of 2006 relative to the Worcester DCU arena and convention center. Municipalities and Regional Government. [Local Approval Received.]
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2014-07-17
Read second and ordered to a third reading
Intro
25%
MAS1157For legislation to prohibit the confiscation of lawfully owned firearms during a state of emergency. Public Safety and Homeland Security.
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2014-07-15
Accompanied a study order, see S2266
Intro
25%
MAH1414Relativerelative to petitions to the Juvenile Court or Probate Court on behalf of certain special juveniles. The Judiciary.
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2014-07-14
Committee reported that the matter be placed in the Orders of the Day for the next sitting for a second reading
Intro
25%
MAH1008Relativerelative to the annual reporting of patient safety by health care providers. Health Care Financing.
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2014-07-09
Accompanied a study order, see H4266
Intro
25%
MAH76Relative to access to medical treatments for children with autism. Children, Families and Persons with Disabilities.
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2014-07-03
Intro
25%
MAH1456For legislation to impose a penalty for the confinement of farm animals in a manner that does not allow them to turn around freely, lie down, stand up, and fully extend their limbs. The Judiciary.
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2014-06-30
Accompanied a new draft, see S2232
Intro
25%
MAH3261Relative to updating the wire interception law. Public Safety and Homeland Security.
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2014-06-30
Accompanied a study order, see H4233
Intro
25%
MAH1198For legislation to increase the penalties for violations of certain hunting laws. The Judiciary.
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2014-06-26
Accompanied a study order, see H4218
Intro
25%
MAH1201Relativerelative to community service to expedite the sealing of delinquency records. The Judiciary.
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2014-06-26
Accompanied a study order, see H4218
Intro
25%
MAH1202For legislation to prohibit the towing of certain motor vehicles containing an unsupervised animal. The Judiciary.
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2014-06-26
Accompanied a study order, see H4218
Intro
25%
MAH1203For legislation to prevent illegal drug dealing near recreational facilities. The Judiciary.
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2014-06-26
Accompanied a study order, see H4218
Intro
25%
MAH1204Relative to the inclusion of K-2 or spice, any form of cannabis, including synthetic compounds or structures molecularly similar to cannabis under the controlled substances law. The Judiciary.
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2014-06-26
Accompanied a study order, see H4218
Intro
25%
MAH1205For legislation to authorize the use of video-conferencing in certain court proceedings involving children and families. The Judiciary.
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2014-06-26
Accompanied a study order, see H4218
Intro
25%
MAH1206Relative to the civil liability of drug dealers. The Judiciary.
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2014-06-26
Accompanied a study order, see H4218
Intro
25%
MAH1207Relativerelative to fines and penalties for the theft of motor vehicle fuel. The Judiciary.
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2014-06-26
Accompanied a study order, see H4218
Intro
25%
MAH1208Relative to the safety and protection of police officers in the execution of police warrants. The Judiciary.
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2014-06-26
Accompanied a study order, see H4218
Intro
25%
MAH1209Relativerelative to the penalty for providing false information by persons arrested by law enforcement officers. The Judiciary.
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2014-06-26
Accompanied a study order, see H4218
Intro
25%
MAH1210Relativerelative to the penalties for Class D controlled substance violations. The Judiciary.
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2014-06-26
Accompanied a study order, see H4218
Intro
25%
MAH1249For legislation relative to juvenile intimidation of witnesses, jurors and persons furnishing information in connection with criminal proceedings. The Judiciary.
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2014-06-26
Accompanied a study order, see H4218
Intro
25%
MAH1251Relativerelative to motor vehicle opeators leaving the scene of a collision. The Judiciary.
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2014-06-26
Accompanied a study order, see H4218
Intro
25%
MAH1252For legislation to regulate sex offender registration in the 21st century. The Judiciary.
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2014-06-26
Accompanied a study order, see H4218
Intro
25%
MAH1377Relativerelative to the classification of sex offenders diagnosed as pedophiles by a licensed mental health clinician. The Judiciary.
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2014-06-26
Accompanied a study order, see H4218
Intro
25%
MAH1794For legislation to ensure access to Department of Mental Health services for certain individuals with autism spectrum disorder and related conditions. Mental Health and Substance Abuse.
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2014-06-26
Accompanied a study order, see H4210
Intro
25%
MAH3352Relative to the forfeiture of vehicles used in connection with certain crimes committed in the city of Worcester. The Judiciary. [Local Approval Received.]
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2014-06-26
Accompanied a study order, see H4218
Intro
25%
MAH3572Relativerelative to the compensation of the chief probation officers of the Trial Court. The Judiciary.
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2014-06-26
Accompanied a study order, see H4218
Intro
25%
MAH3865Relativerelative to the commitment for observation of criminal defendants requiring strict security. The Judiciary.
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2014-06-26
Accompanied a study order, see H4218
Intro
25%
MAH1981Relativerelative to the modernization of optometric patient care. Public Health.
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2014-06-25
Intro
25%
MAH1094For legislation to further enhance efficiency and accountability of operations at local housing authorities. Housing.
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2014-06-23
Accompanied a new draft, see H4211
Intro
25%
MAH2216Relativerelative to pension benefits relating to Thomas V. Brennan, Jr. Public Service.
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2014-06-23
Accompanied a study order, see H4189
Intro
25%
MAH2217For legislation to grant preference to certain veterans taking civil service examinations for promotional appointment as a police officer or fire fighter. Public Service.
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2014-06-23
Accompanied a study order, see H4189
Intro
25%
MAH2218For legislation to provide purchasing power protection for certain benefits for retired teachers. Public Service.
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2014-06-23
Accompanied a study order, see H4189
Intro
25%
MAH2219For legislation to provide creditable service for certain teachers for retirement purposes. Public Service.
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2014-06-23
Accompanied a study order, see H4189
Intro
25%
MAH87For legislation to support the transition to adult services for persons with disabilities. Children, Families and Persons with Disabilities.
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2014-06-11
Intro
25%
MAH1549Relative to improving the apprehension of drunk drivers and other law violators. The Judiciary.
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2014-06-11
Accompanied a study order, see H4180
Intro
25%
MAH182Relativerelative to alcoholic beverage franchise laws. Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure.
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2014-06-09
Accompanied a study order, see H4153
Intro
25%
MAH2092Relativerelative to consent and counseling of pregnant women under sixteen years of age. Public Health.
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2014-06-09
Accompanied a study order, see H4147
Intro
25%
MAH4158Relative to economic development in the Commonwealth (House, No. 4045) ought to be adopted Filed by Mr. Binienda of Worcester. June 9, 2014.
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2014-06-09
Adopted
Pass
100%
MAS2065For legislation relative to the board of health in the city of Worcester. Municipalities and Regional Government. [Local Approval Received.]
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2014-06-06
Signed by the Governor, Chapter 120 of the Acts of 2014
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25%
MAH563For legislation to regulate the registration of certain web sites by political parties and committees and candidates for public office. Election Laws.
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2014-06-05
Accompanied a study order, see H4145
Intro
25%
MAH1156For legislation to authorize municipalities to protect low and moderate income tenants and units of governmentally involved housing. Housing.
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2014-06-05
Intro
25%
MAH3178Relative to inland fisheries and game licenses By Mr. Binienda of Worcester, a petition of John J. Binienda and Michael O. Moore that certain disabled veterans be exempt from inland fisheries and game fees. Veterans and Federal Affairs.
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2014-06-05
Accompanied a study order, see S2167
Intro
25%
MAH3179For legislation to exempt certain decorated veterans from parking meter fines. Veterans and Federal Affairs.
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2014-06-05
Accompanied a study order, see S2167
Intro
25%
MAS585For legislation to establish a commission on the funding needs for quality public higher education. Higher Education.
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2014-06-05
Accompanied a study order, see S2168
Intro
25%
MAH1093For legislation to regulate the width of stairways in housing constructed for elderly persons. Housing.
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2014-06-02
Accompanied a study order, see H4136
Intro
25%
MAH3349Relativerelative to the procurement policies of the housing authority of the city of Worcester. Housing.
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2014-06-02
Accompanied a study order, see H4136
Intro
25%
MAH4140Relative to preservation in the Commonwealth (House, No. 4138) ought to be adopted Filed by Mr. Binienda of Worcester. June 2, 2014.
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2014-06-02
Adopted
Intro
25%
MAH1674Relative to national criminal offender record information checks for persons working with individuals served by the Department of Mental Retardation. The Judiciary.
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2014-05-28
Accompanied a new draft, see H4125
Intro
25%
MAH1009Relativerelative to a review of MassHealth payment rates for adult foster care services by the Executive Office of Health and Human Services. Health Care Financing.
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2014-05-19
Pass
100%
MAH3957For legislation to establish a sick leave bank for Christine Green, an employee of the Worcester Recovery Center and Hospital. Public Service.
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2014-05-14
Signed by the Governor, Chapter 98 of the Acts of 2014
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