Massachusetts Representative Steven Owens [D]

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MAH5009Intro
25%
That the city known as the town of Watertown be authorized to adopt an affordable housing linkage fee for non-residential development. Housing. [Local Approval Received.]
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2022-08-18
To House Steering, Policy and Scheduling Committee
MAH5100Intro
25%
That the city known as the town of Watertown be authorized to acquire certain property in the city of Waltham. Municipalities and Regional Government. [Local Approval Received.]
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2022-08-15
Read second and ordered to a third reading
MAH5104Enroll
75%
Relative to accelerating improvements to the local and regional public health system to address disparities in the delivery of public health services
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2022-08-11
To House Bills in the Third Reading Committee
MAS2138Intro
25%
For legislation relative to transportation and environmental justice. Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy.
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2022-08-08
Ought NOT to pass (under Joint Rule 10) and placed in the Orders of the Day for the next session
MAS2139Intro
25%
For legislation to promote zero-emission vehicle fleets by 2035. Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy.
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2022-08-08
Ought NOT to pass (under Joint Rule 10) and placed in the Orders of the Day for the next session
MAH5103Engross
50%
To reduce traffic fatalities
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2022-08-08
Senate concurred in the House amendment with still further amendments
MAH5105Engross
50%
Relative to electric bicycles
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2022-08-08
To Senate Ways and Means Committee
MAH901PassRelative to the adoption of certain research animals. Environment, Natural Resources and Agriculture.
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2022-08-04
Signed by the Governor, Chapter 149 of the Acts of 2022
MAH4442PassFurther regulating the enforcement of illegal hunting practices
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2022-08-04
Signed by the Governor, Chapter 145 of the Acts of 2022
MAH4339Engross
50%
Prohibiting license revocation for student loan default
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2022-07-31
House concurred in the Senate amendment with a further amendment, see House document numbered 5195
MAH5090PassThe committee of conference on the disagreeing votes of the two branches with reference to the Senate amendment of the House Bill expanding protections for reproductive rights (House, No. 4954), reports recommending passage of the accompanying bill (...
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2022-07-29
Signed by the Governor, Chapter 127 of the Acts of 2022
MAH3549Intro
25%
For legislation to establish standardized analysis tools to be used to report crashes and incidents involving cyclists, other vulnerable users or pedestrians. Transportation.
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2022-07-28
New draft substituted, see H5103
MAH4328Intro
25%
Relative to accelerating improvements to the local and regional public health system to address disparities in the delivery of public health services
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2022-07-28
New draft substituted, see H5104
MAH4676Intro
25%
Relative to electric bicycles
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2022-07-28
New draft substituted, see H5105
MAH135Intro
25%
For legislation to regulate face surveillance. Advanced Information Technology, the Internet and Cybersecurity.
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2022-07-26
Accompanied a new draft, see H5091
MAH2230Intro
25%
For legislation to improve outdoor and indoor air quality for communities exposed to transportation pollution. Public Health.
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2022-07-26
Accompanied a new draft, see H5085
MAH4554PassProhibiting discrimination based on natural and protective hairstyles
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2022-07-26
Signed by the Governor, Chapter 117 of the Acts of 2022
MAH5085Intro
25%
To improve outdoor and indoor air quality for communities burdened by transportation pollution
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2022-07-26
To House Ways and Means Committee
MAH5091Intro
25%
To regulate face surveillance
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2022-07-26
To House Ways and Means Committee
MAH2066Intro
25%
Relative to ensuring access to addiction services to residents of secure facilities approved by the Department of Public Health or the Department of Mental Health. Mental Health, Substance Use and Recovery.
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2022-07-25
Accompanied a new draft, see H5018
MAH3306Intro
25%
Relative to improving outdoor lighting and increasing dark-sky visibility. Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy.
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2022-07-25
Amended by substitution of a bill with the same title, H5079
MAH4954Engross
50%
Expanding protections for reproductive rights
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2022-07-25
Reported by H5090
MAH5031Intro
25%
To modernize participation in public meetings
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2022-07-25
Read second and ordered to a third reading
MAH5018Intro
25%
Ensuring access to addiction services
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2022-07-25
To House Ways and Means Committee
MAH491Intro
25%
For legislation to authorize vaccination sites to provide employees, contractors, vendors, and volunteers to take a COVID-19 rapid antigen test. Covid-19 and Emergency Preparedness and Management.
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2022-07-20
Accompanied a study order, see H4968
MAH3152Intro
25%
For legislation to further regulate the participation in public meetings. State Administration and Regulatory Oversight.
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2022-07-18
Accompanied a new draft, see H5031
MAH5028Intro
25%
Text of a further amendment, offered by Mr. Day of Stoneham, to the Senate amendment to the House Bill prohibiting discrimination based on natural and protective hairstyles (House, No. 4554). July 14, 2022.
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2022-07-14
Text of an amendment, see H4554
MAS2027Intro
25%
For legislation for the issuance of an annual proclamation by the Governor to designate the second Monday in October as indigenous people's day. State Administration and Regulatory Oversight.
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2022-07-13
To Senate Rules Committee
MAH3191Intro
25%
By Representatives Lewis of Framingham and Fluker Oakley of Boston, a petition of Jack Patrick Lewis, Brandy Fluker Oakley and others for the issuance of an annual proclamation by the Governor to designate the second Monday in October as indigenous p...
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2022-07-12
To House Steering, Policy and Scheduling Committee
MAH2063Intro
25%
For legislation to transfer Bridgewater State Hospital from the Department of Corrections to the Department of Mental Health. Mental Health, Substance Use and Recovery.
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2022-07-12
To House Ways and Means Committee
MAH4821Intro
25%
To require public universities to provide medication abortion
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2022-07-12
To House Ways and Means Committee
MAH4818Intro
25%
Restricting toxic PFAS chemicals in consumer products to protect our health
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2022-07-12
To House Ways and Means Committee
MAH851Engross
50%
Relative to preserving open space in the Commonwealth. Environment, Natural Resources and Agriculture.
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2022-07-11
Committee of conference appointed (DiDomenico-Eldridge-Tarr), in concurrence
MAH1426Intro
25%
Relative to tenant’s first right of refusal. Housing.
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2022-07-07
To House Ways and Means Committee
MAH1462Intro
25%
Relative to pretrial release and probation. The Judiciary.
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2022-07-07
To Joint Judiciary Committee
MAH1145Intro
25%
Relative to healthcare coverage of applied behavioral analysis therapy for certain patients with Down Syndrome. Financial Services.
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2022-07-07
To Joint Health Care Financing Committee
MAH2081Intro
25%
For legislation to establish the behavioral health crisis and suicide prevention trust fund. Mental Health, Substance Use and Recovery.
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2022-07-07
To Joint Health Care Financing Committee
MAH1471Intro
25%
Relative to screening of prospective school employees for prior investigations into child abuse or sexual misconduct. The Judiciary.
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2022-07-07
To Joint Judiciary Committee
MAH1714Intro
25%
Relative to the rights and protections of children. The Judiciary.
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2022-07-07
To Joint Judiciary Committee
MAH1763Intro
25%
Relative to the sealing of certain records. The Judiciary.
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2022-07-07
To Joint Judiciary Committee
MAH4303Intro
25%
For legislation to further regulate the manufacturing of assault weapons and large capacity feeding devices. Public Safety and Homeland Security.
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2022-07-07
To Joint Judiciary Committee
MAH2639Intro
25%
Relative to pension benefits for surviving spouses of Department of Children and Families social workers killed in the line of duty. Public Service.
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2022-07-05
Accompanied a study order, see H4960
MAH2747Intro
25%
Relative to creditable service for certain state contract employees. Public Service.
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2022-07-05
Accompanied a study order, see H4960
MAH469Intro
25%
Relative to further regulating telephone solicitation. Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure.
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2022-06-30
Accompanied a study order, see H4880
MAH2090Intro
25%
Relative to establishing a special commission to study and report on the history of state institutions for people with developmental and mental health disabilities in the Commonwealth. Mental Health, Substance Use and Recovery.
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2022-06-30
Accompanied a new draft, see H4961
MAH4931Engross
50%
Relative to pesticides
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2022-06-30
To Senate Ways and Means Committee
MAH4930Intro
25%
Expanding protections for reproductive rights
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2022-06-29
Published as amended, see H4954
MAH2440Intro
25%
Relative to unreasonable limits on in-person visitation of inmates. Public Safety and Homeland Security.
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2022-06-28
To House Ways and Means Committee
MAH2264Intro
25%
For legislation to further regulate access to emergency contraception. Public Health.
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2022-06-28
New draft substituted, see H4930
MAH2489Intro
25%
Relative to the sale, transfer, or possession of large capacity ammunition gun feeding devices. Public Safety and Homeland Security.
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2022-06-28
To House Ways and Means Committee
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