Massachusetts Senator Joanne Comerford [D]

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MAS1914Intro
25%
For legislation to promote healthy alternatives to sugary drinks. Revenue.
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2022-10-03
Accompanied a study order, see H5250
MAS1897Intro
25%
For legislation to provide financial relief to small businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic. Revenue.
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2022-10-03
Accompanied a study order, see H5250
MAS2575Engross
50%
For legislation to establish a special fund for recaptured funds from demolition liens or related grants in the town of Templeton. Municipalities and Regional Government. [Local approval received]
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2022-10-03
Read second and ordered to a third reading
MAH130Intro
25%
For legislation to establish a comprehensive statewide policy concerning streaming entertainment services and the recovery of municipal costs for the management and maintenance of digital infrastructure. Advanced Information Technology, the Internet ...
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2022-09-29
Accompanied a study order, see H4892
MAS250Intro
25%
For legislation to ensure the health and safety of the commonwealth’s students and educators. Covid-19 and Emergency Preparedness and Management.
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2022-09-29
Accompanied a study order, see H4938
MAH5232Intro
25%
By Representative Sabadosa of Northampton and Senator Comerford, a joint petition of Lindsay N. Sabadosa and Joanne M. Comerford (with the approval of the mayor and city council) that the Northampton Retirement Board be authorized to grant creditable...
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2022-09-29
Read second and ordered to a third reading
MAH5254Intro
25%
For legislation to further regulate the conveyance of certain state owned land to the city of Northampton. State Administration and Regulatory Oversight. [Local Approval Received.]
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2022-09-29
To Joint State Administration and Regulatory Oversight Committee
MAS456Intro
25%
For legislation to allow individuals to protect their voter information. Election Laws.
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2022-09-26
Accompanied a study order, see H5284
MAH830Intro
25%
Relative to amending the charter of the city of Northampton to allow residents sixteen years or age or older to vote in preliminary and city elections. Election Laws. [Local Approval Received.]
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2022-09-26
Accompanied a study order, see H5284
MAS1809Intro
25%
For legislation to protect youth from nicotine addiction. Revenue.
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2022-09-26
Accompanied a study order, see H5247
MAS1833Intro
25%
For legislation relative to exemptions from taxation of structures and buildings essential to the operation of agricultural and horticultural lands. Revenue.
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2022-09-26
Accompanied a study order, see H5247
MAH225Intro
25%
For legislation to prohibit the use of procedures which cause physical pain or deny a reasonable humane existence to persons with disabilities. Children, Families and Persons with Disabilities.
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2022-09-26
Accompanied a study order, see H5286
MAH4559Engross
50%
That the town of Shutesbury be authorized to establish a means-tested senior citizen property tax exemption in said town. Revenue. [Local Approval Received.]
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2022-09-26
Read; and placed in the Orders of the Day for the next session
MAH2083Intro
25%
Relative to behavioral health urgent care. Mental Health, Substance Use and Recovery.
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2022-09-22
Accompanied a study order, see H5281
MAS1313Intro
25%
For legislation to establish a pilot program to provide a support structure for parents during the COVID-19 global pandemic. Mental Health, Substance Use and Recovery.
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2022-09-22
Accompanied a study order, see H5225
MAS1262Intro
25%
For legislation relative to mental health providers. Mental Health, Substance Use and Recovery.
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2022-09-22
Accompanied a study order, see H5228
MAH2851Intro
25%
Relative to further regulating tax revenue. Revenue.
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2022-09-22
Accompanied a study order, see H5243
MAH2065Intro
25%
For legislation to provide mental health benefits on a nondiscriminatory basis to certain residents of the Commonwealth. Mental Health, Substance Use and Recovery.
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2022-09-22
Accompanied a study order, see H5281
MAS891Intro
25%
For legislation to prevent COVID-19 evictions and foreclosures and promote an equitable housing recovery.. Housing.
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2022-09-19
Accompanied a study order, see H5268
MAH1372Intro
25%
Relative to housing stability for families by strengthening the HomeBASE program. Housing.
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2022-09-19
Accompanied a study order, see H5269
MAS874Intro
25%
For legislation to promote housing stability and homelessness prevention through a right to counsel pilot program in Massachusetts in response to the COVID-emergency. Housing.
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2022-09-19
Accompanied a study order, see H5266
MAH1424Intro
25%
Relative to the condominium laws. Housing.
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2022-09-19
Accompanied a study order, see H5276
MAS888Intro
25%
For legislation to promote affordable housing. Housing.
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2022-09-19
Accompanied a study order, see H5276
MAS885Intro
25%
For legislation to maintain stable housing for families with pets in an economic crisis and beyond. Housing.
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2022-09-19
Accompanied a study order, see H5267
MAH3735Engross
50%
By Ms. Elugardo of Boston, a petition of Nika C. Elugardo and others for the annual issuance of a proclamation by the Governor setting apart the month of September as polycystic ovary syndrome awareness month. State Administration and Regulatory Over...
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2022-09-19
To Senate Rules Committee
MAH203Intro
25%
Relative to the coordination of services for children and adolescents awaiting clinically-appropriate behavioral health services. Children, Families and Persons with Disabilities.
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2022-09-15
Accompanied a study order, see H5222
MAH2298Intro
25%
Relative to establishing and implementing a food and health pilot program for certain MassHealth enrollees diagnosed with diet-related health conditions. Public Health.
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2022-09-15
Accompanied a study order, see H5222
MAH2461Intro
25%
For legislation to enhance 911 operations for behavioral health crisis response. Public Safety and Homeland Security.
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2022-09-15
Accompanied a study order, see H5222
MAH2266Intro
25%
Relative to the board of registration in naturopathy. Public Health.
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2022-09-15
Accompanied a study order, see H5222
MAH4640Intro
25%
Relative to out-of-hospital birth access and safety
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2022-09-15
Accompanied a study order, see H5222
MAS3111Engross
50%
For legislation to authorize the town of Bernardston to continue the employment of fire department member Lloyd Grover, reports the accompanying bill (Senate, No. 3111).
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2022-09-15
Read second and ordered to a third reading
MAS454Intro
25%
For legislation to limit political spending by foreign-influenced corporations. Election Laws.
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2022-09-12
Accompanied a study order, see H5026
MAH831Intro
25%
Relative amending the charter of the city of Northampton to allow for early mail-in ballots in said city. Election Laws. [Local Approval Received.]
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2022-09-12
Accompanied a study order, see H5026
MAS474Intro
25%
For legislation to protect the voting rights of eligible incarcerated people. Election Laws.
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2022-09-12
Accompanied a study order, see H5026
MAH832Intro
25%
Relative to amending the charter of the city of Northampton to allow resident non-citizens to vote in preliminary and city elections. Election Laws. [Local Approval Received.]
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2022-09-12
Accompanied a study order, see H5026
MAH1063Intro
25%
Relative to insurance payments for use of ambulance services. Financial Services.
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2022-09-12
Accompanied a study order, see H5208
MAS455Intro
25%
For legislation relative to political campaign contributions. Election Laws.
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2022-09-12
Accompanied a study order, see H5026
MAS473Intro
25%
For legislation relative to voting rights. Election Laws.
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2022-09-12
Accompanied a study order, see H5026
MAS484Intro
25%
For legislation to modernize access and improving laws in voting. Election Laws.
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2022-09-12
Accompanied a study order, see H5026
MAS485Intro
25%
For legislation to provide a local option for ranked choice voting in municipal elections. Election Laws.
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2022-09-12
Accompanied a study order, see H5026
MAH3990Intro
25%
That the town of Warwick be authorized to grant non-citizen permanent residents the right to vote in municipal elections. Election Laws.
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2022-09-12
Accompanied a study order, see H5026
MAH4061Intro
25%
For legislation to authorize persons sixteen years of age or older to vote in town elections in the town of Wendell. Election Laws.
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2022-09-12
Accompanied a study order, see H5026
MAH4170Intro
25%
Relative to public pension fund divestment from climate risk investments and negative economic impacts from carbon producing industries. Public Service.
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2022-09-12
Accompanied a study order, see H5206
MAS3116Engross
50%
Authorizing the town of Northfield to establish the Grandin water district
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2022-09-12
To House Steering, Policy and Scheduling Committee
MAS1287Intro
25%
For legislation to increase investment in behavioral health care in the Commonwealth. Mental Health, Substance Use and Recovery.
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2022-09-08
Ought NOT to pass (under Joint Rule 10) and placed in the Orders of the Day for the next session
MAS1274Intro
25%
For legislation to better coordinate suicide prevention services, behavioral health crisis care, and emergency services through 988 implementation. Mental Health, Substance Use and Recovery.
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2022-09-08
Ought NOT to pass (under Joint Rule 10) and placed in the Orders of the Day for the next session
MAH3529Intro
25%
Relative to providing for distinctive registration plates for firefighters. Transportation.
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2022-09-08
Accompanied a study order, see H4966
MAH2498Intro
25%
Relative to elevator inspections for small towns. Public Safety and Homeland Security.
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2022-09-08
Accompanied a study order, see H5221
MAS2938Intro
25%
For legislation to authorize the town of Northfield to establish the Grandin Water District. Municipalities and Regional Government. [Local approval received]
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2022-09-08
New draft (Comerford) substituted, see S3116
MAH5252Intro
25%
Authorizing the town of Montague to grant one additional liquor license for the sale of all alcoholic beverages to be drunk on the premises
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2022-09-08
Read second and ordered to a third reading
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