MA S1669 | 2021-2022 | 192nd General Court

Note: Legislation replaced by S2679

Status

Spectrum: Strong Partisan Bill (Democrat 25-2)
Status: Introduced on March 29 2021 - 25% progression
Action: 2022-02-10 - Accompanied a study order, see S2679
Text: Latest bill text (Introduced) [PDF]

Summary

For legislation relative to providing a COVID-19 retirement credit to essential public-sector workers. Public Service.

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Title

Relative to providing a COVID-19 retirement credit to essential public-sector workers

Sponsors


History

DateChamberAction
2022-02-10SenateAccompanied a study order, see S2679
2021-07-02JointHearing rescheduled to 07/21/2021 from 01:00 PM-05:00 PM in Virtual Hearing
2021-06-30JointHearing scheduled for 07/07/2021 from 01:00 PM-05:00 PM in Virtual Hearing
2021-03-29HouseHouse concurred
2021-03-29SenateReferred to the Joint Committee on Public Service

Same As/Similar To

H2808 (Similar To) 2022-09-12 - Accompanied a study order, see H5206
H3702 (Similar To) 2021-05-28 - Signed by the Governor, Chapter 16 of the Acts of 2021
S2472 (Similar To) 2021-06-15 - Reported in part, S2475
H3771 (Similar To) 2021-05-18 - Text of amendment, see H3702
H3872 (Similar To) 2021-06-15 - Published as amended, see H3874
S2516 (Similar To) 2022-03-14 - Accompanied a study order, see S2756
H4121 (Similar To) 2021-09-23 - Adopted - 131 YEAS to 28 NAYS (See YEA and NAY No. 103 )
H2576 (Similar To) 2022-07-05 - Accompanied a study order, see H4960
S428 (Similar To) 2022-02-03 - Accompanied a study order, see S2650
S1773 (Similar To) 2022-02-10 - Accompanied a study order, see S2679
S2401 (Similar To) 2022-02-10 - Accompanied a study order, see S2680
H2611 (Similar To) 2022-07-13 - Accompanied a new draft, see H5020
H2553 (Similar To) 2022-01-19 - Bill reported favorably by committee and referred to the committee on House Ways and Means
S653 (Similar To) 2022-02-17 - Accompanied a study order, see S2699
S1690 (Similar To) 2022-02-10 - Accompanied a study order, see S2679
H4218 (Similar To) 2021-10-25 - Adopted
H4219 (Similar To) 2021-11-02 - Published as amended, see H4234
S1751 (Similar To) 2022-02-10 - Accompanied a study order, see S2679
S1696 (Similar To) 2022-03-21 - Accompanied H2682
S1707 (Similar To) 2022-02-10 - Accompanied a study order, see S2679
S1693 (Similar To) 2022-02-10 - Accompanied a study order, see S2679
H4234 (Similar To) 2021-12-02 - Reported by H4269
S1721 (Similar To) 2022-01-19 - Accompanied H19
S1736 (Similar To) 2022-02-10 - Accompanied a study order, see S2679
S1749 (Similar To) 2022-02-10 - Accompanied a study order, see S2679
S2289 (Similar To) 2022-02-14 - Accompanied a new draft, see H4459
H4443 (Similar To) 2022-08-03 - Signed by the Governor, Chapter 134 of the Acts of 2022
S2679 (Replaced by) 2022-02-17 - Discharged to the committee on Senate Rules
H4461 (Similar To) 2022-02-16 - Published as amended, see H4470
H4470 (Similar To) 2022-05-19 - Reported by H4805
H4945 (Similar To) 2022-06-29 - Read for information and returned
S2982 (Similar To) 2022-07-05 - Reprinted, as amended, see S2985
H5055 (Similar To) 2022-08-08 - Read; and referred to the committee on Senate Ways and Means

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