Sponsored by Steven Walsh - Massachusetts (Current)

StatusStateBillSummary/TitleLast Actionsort icon
Intro
25%
MAH135Relative to housing and support services to unaccompanied homeless youth. Children, Families and Persons with Disabilities.
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2014-11-03
New draft substituted, see H4517
Intro
25%
MAH3385For legislation to require certain telecommunications service companies to provide call center service assistance. Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy.
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2014-09-11
Accompanied a study order, see H4457
Intro
25%
MAH1882Relativerelative to creating an alternative process for the disposition of vacant real property owned by municipalities. Municipalities and Regional Government.
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2014-09-04
Accompanied a study order, see H4442
Intro
25%
MAH2763Relativerelative to the exemption of certain private pension income from taxation. Revenue.
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2014-09-02
Accompanied a study order, see H4437
Intro
25%
MAH398For legislation to require certification of all public school teachers. Education.
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2014-08-25
Accompanied a study order, see H4425
Intro
25%
MAH825Relative to regulating the disposal of prescription medication. Environment, Natural Resources and Agriculture.
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2014-08-11
Accompanied a study order, see H4395
Pass
100%
MAH2222Relativerelative to the placement of the children of corrections officers on the civil service eligibility list. Public Service.
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2014-08-08
Signed by the Governor, Chapter 273 of the Acts of 2014
Intro
25%
MAH3505Relative to the discharge of waste by vessels operating in the marine boundaries of the Commonwealth. Environment, Natural Resources and Agriculture.
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2014-08-07
Accompanied a study order, see H4393
Pass
100%
MAH2882Bill Title: An Act designating PANDAS/PANS Awareness Day By Mr. Scibak of South Hadley, a petition of John W. Scibak and others for the annual proclamation by the Governor setting apart May 4th as PANDAS/PANS Awareness Day, to raise awareness of the...
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2014-07-23
Signed by the Governor, Chapter 175 of the Acts of 2014
Intro
25%
MAH248Relative to secondary metals dealings. Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure.
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2014-07-10
Accompanied a new draft, see H4274
Intro
25%
MAH476Relativerelative to funding for improvements to early education child care facilities. Education.
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2014-07-10
Accompanied a study order, see H4283
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%
MAH3634Bill Title: An Act establishing a birth-related neurological injury compensation program in the commonwealth By Mr. Walsh of Lynn, a petition of Steven M. Walsh establishing a birth related neurological injury trust fund in the Commonwealth. Health ...
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2014-07-09
Accompanied a study order, see H4265
Intro
25%
MAS1146For legislation relative to rock wall climbing safeguards. Public Safety and Homeland Security.
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2014-07-08
New draft substituted, see S2253
Intro
25%
MAH3099Relativerelative to motor vehicle license suspension record privacy. Transportation.
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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%
MAH1808For legislation to improve access to the services of educational psychologists. Mental Health and Substance Abuse.
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2014-06-30
Accompanied a study order, see H4234
Intro
25%
MAH1675Relative to the definition of a dangerous weapon and the possession of such weapons in the vicinity of educational facilities. The Judiciary.
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2014-06-26
Accompanied a study order, see H4218
Intro
25%
MAH1676For legislation to prohibit the possession of ingredients used in manufacturing certain drugs. The Judiciary.
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2014-06-26
Accompanied a study order, see H4218
Intro
25%
MAH1677Relative to requiring owners of "Brownfields" sites taken by eminent domain to be responsible for clean-up costs. The Judiciary.
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2014-06-26
Accompanied a study order, see H4218
Intro
25%
MAH1678For legislation to clarify the reporting of medical liability claims. The Judiciary.
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2014-06-26
Accompanied a study order, see H4218
Engross
50%
MAS942For legislation to protect abandoned animals in vacant properties. Municipalities and Regional Government.
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2014-06-26
Committee reported that the matter be placed in the Orders of the Day for the next sitting for a second reading
Intro
25%
MAH2414Relativerelative to the sanctity of collective bargaining agreements with non-commissioned officers of the Department of State Police. Public Service.
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2014-06-23
Accompanied a study order, see H4189
Intro
25%
MAH2483Relative to retiree check off By Mr. Walsh of Lynn, a petition of Steven M. Walsh providing for a voluntary check-off deduction for membership in a retiree association or union. Public Service.
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2014-06-23
Accompanied a study order, see H4189
Intro
25%
MAH1060Relativerelative to penalties assessed by the Executive Office of Health and Human Services for hospital readmissions. Health Care Financing.
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2014-06-16
Read second and ordered to a third reading
Intro
25%
MAH1679Relativerelative to a penalty for the unauthorized transmission to, or interference with, a public or commercial radio station. The Judiciary.
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2014-06-11
Accompanied a study order, see H4180
Intro
25%
MAH2002For legislation to require pain assessment and management in health care facilities. Public Health.
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2014-06-09
Accompanied a study order, see H4147
Intro
25%
MAH2111For legislation to require diaper-changing areas in restrooms of certain restaurants. Public Health.
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2014-06-09
Accompanied a study order, see H4147
Intro
25%
MAH2112For legislation to establish a provider vaccine brand choice program within the Department of Public Health. Public Health.
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2014-06-09
Accompanied a study order, see H4147
Intro
25%
MAH3506Relativerelative to chronic care coordination. Public Health.
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2014-06-09
Accompanied a study order, see H4147
Intro
25%
MAH650Relative to allowing cities and towns to provide for early voting in elections in the Commonwealth. Election Laws.
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2014-06-05
Accompanied a study order, see H4145
Intro
25%
MAH2903Bill Title: An Act to reduce paperwork in the Commonwealth By Mr. Walsh of Lynn, a petition of Steven M. Walsh establishing a paperwork reduction program for agencies of the Commonwealth. State Administration and Regulatory Oversight.
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2014-06-04
Accompanied a study order, see H4143
Intro
25%
MAH1090Relative to establishing a tuition free program for teachers and paraprofessionals By Mr. Walsh of Lynn, a petition of Steven M. Walsh establishing a tuition-free program within the Board of Higher Education for teachers and paraprofessionals. Highe...
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2014-06-02
Accompanied a study order, see H4134
Intro
25%
MAH1169Relativerelative to private mortgage insurance and the Affordable Housing Trust Fund. Housing.
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2014-06-02
Accompanied a study order, see H4136
Intro
25%
MAH984Relativerelative to insurance coverage for pediatric autoimmune neuropsychiatric disorders associated with streptococcal infections and pediatric acute-onset neuropsychiatric syndrome. Financial Services.
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2014-05-22
Intro
25%
MAH1739For legislation to establish earned paid sick time for certain employees rendering personal care. Labor and Workforce Development.
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2014-05-05
Accompanied S900
Intro
25%
MAS1094For legislation to establish a statewide discount program for pharmaceuticals. Public Health.
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2014-04-28
Accompanied a study order, see S2114
Intro
25%
MAH303Relativerelative to an investigation by a special commission (including members of the General Court) for the distribution formula of the State Lottery. Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure.
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2014-04-17
Accompanied a study order, see H4042
Intro
25%
MAH304For legislation to further regulate consumer rebates on certain purchases. Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure.
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2014-04-17
Accompanied a study order, see H4042
Intro
25%
MAH305Relativerelative to scrap metal dealers. Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure.
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2014-04-17
Accompanied a study order, see H4042
Intro
25%
MAH457Relative to improving the quality of education by reviving the foundation budget review commission. Education.
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2014-04-17
Intro
25%
MAH999Relativerelative to insurance coverage for colorectal cancer screenings and breast cancer screenings. Financial Services.
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2014-04-15
Accompanied a study order, see H4039
Intro
25%
MAH2902For legislation to provide for the disposition of certain state property based on smart growth land use policies. State Administration and Regulatory Oversight.
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2014-04-07
Accompanied H2874
Intro
25%
MAH1708For legislation to further regulate the method of calculating the period of time for employees in filing certain complaints with the Attorney General under the labor relations laws of the Commonwealth. Labor and Workforce Development.
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2014-03-19
Accompanied S858
Pass
100%
MAS1998For legislation to establish sick leave bank for Angela Furey, an employee of the Trial Court. The Judiciary.
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2014-03-14
Signed by the Governor, Chapter 51 of the Acts of 2014
Intro
25%
MAS1298For legislation relative to the sanctity of collective bargaining. Public Service.
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2014-03-10
Intro
25%
MAH2741For legislation to establish an oil heat energy efficiency fund from an additional assessment on home heating oil. Revenue.
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2014-03-06
Accompanied a new draft, see S2025
Intro
25%
MAH1750For legislation to establish employment rights for certain domestic workers. Labor and Workforce Development.
[Detail][Text]
2014-01-30
Accompanied a new draft, see H3884
Pass
100%
MAS1765For legislation relative to the adjustment of disability retirement benefits to Lynn Police Officer Gregory LeBlanc. Public Service. [Local Approval Received.]
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2013-12-04
Signed by the Governor, Chapter 175 of the Acts of 2013
Intro
25%
MAS1915For legislation to establish a sick leave bank for Cynthia (Bouchard) White, an employee of the Trial Court. The Judiciary.
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2013-11-21
New draft substituted, see S1937
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