Massachusetts Representative Susannah Whipps Lee [I]

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MAH4339Enroll
75%
Prohibiting license revocation for student loan default
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2022-12-05
To House Bills in the Third Reading Committee
MAS2574Engross
50%
For legislation to create a Parks and Recreation Commission in the town of Templeton. Municipalities and Regional Government. [Local approval received]
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2022-11-28
Read second and ordered to a third reading
MAH91Intro
25%
Relative to agricultural and horticultural lands. Revenue.
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2022-11-21
Joint session held and dissolved
MAH5364Engross
50%
Relative to a commission to study the intentional misrepresentation of a service animal
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2022-11-17
To Senate Ways and Means Committee
MAS2575PassFor 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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2022-11-07
Signed by the Governor, Chapter 258 of the Acts of 2022
MAS3116PassAuthorizing the town of Northfield to establish the Grandin water district
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2022-11-03
Signed by the Governor, Chapter 257 of the Acts of 2022
MAH1563Intro
25%
Relative to the intentional misrepresentation of a service animal. The Judiciary.
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2022-10-27
New draft substituted, see H5364
MAH1709Intro
25%
For legislation to prohibit marriage of minors. The Judiciary.
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2022-10-27
Accompanied a study order, see H5173
MAH1269Intro
25%
For legislation to provide insurance coverage for chemical dependency, including alcoholism, within the Division of Medical Assistance. Health Care Financing.
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2022-10-13
Accompanied a study order, see H5201
MAH264Intro
25%
For legislation to establish a homeless persons bill of rights. Children, Families and Persons with Disabilities.
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2022-10-13
Accompanied a study order, see H5201
MAS868Intro
25%
For legislation to empower cities and towns to impose a fee on certain real estate transactions to support affordable housing. Housing.
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2022-10-13
Accompanied a study order, see H5351
MAH1377Intro
25%
For legislation to authorize cities and towns to impose a fee up to 2 per cent of the purchase price upon the transfer of certain real property. Housing.
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2022-10-13
Accompanied a study order, see H5351
MAH4202Intro
25%
Relative to waivers for non-fault overpayments of certain unemployment insurance benefits. Labor and Workforce Development.
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2022-10-13
Accompanied a study order, see H5348
MAH772Intro
25%
Relative to political campaign contributions. Election Laws.
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2022-10-03
Accompanied a study order, see H5307
MAS1930Intro
25%
For legislation to support job growth in the commonwealth. Revenue.
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2022-10-03
Accompanied a study order, see H5250
MAH2842Intro
25%
Relative to the expiration date of the film tax credit. Revenue.
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2022-10-03
Accompanied a study order, see H5250
MAS1980Intro
25%
For legislation relative to the Massachusetts Maritime Commercial Development tax credit. Revenue.
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2022-10-03
Accompanied a study order, see H5248
MAS1999Intro
25%
For legislation for meals tax relief to promote economic recovery during the COVID State of Emergency. Revenue.
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2022-10-03
Accompanied a study order, see H5248
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
MAH3093Intro
25%
Relative to the taxation of forest lands. Revenue.
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2022-09-26
Accompanied a study order, see H5247
MAH2080Intro
25%
By Ms. Decker of Cambridge, a petition of Marjorie C. Decker and others that the Department of Mental Health establish a COVID-19 mental health pilot program. Mental Health, Substance Use and Recovery.
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2022-09-22
Accompanied a study order, see H5225
MAH2125Intro
25%
Relative to requirements and procedures necessary for first responders to provide urgent help to persons overdosing from opioids. Mental Health, Substance Use and Recovery.
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2022-09-22
Accompanied a study order, see H5281
MAH2121Intro
25%
Relative to assisted outpatient therapy. Mental Health, Substance Use and Recovery.
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2022-09-22
Accompanied a study order, see H5225
MAH2518Intro
25%
For legislation to require the use of helmets for equine riders and drivers. Public Safety and Homeland Security.
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2022-09-22
Accompanied a study order, see H5239
MAH2970Intro
25%
Relative to a property tax credit for certain veterans. Revenue.
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2022-09-22
Accompanied a study order, see H5244
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
MAH1434Intro
25%
For legislation to establish ongoing stabilization of the housing market for renters and homeowners during the COVID-19 emergency and recovery. Housing.
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2022-09-19
Accompanied a study order, see H5268
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
MAH1436Intro
25%
For legislation to establish a statewide right to counsel program for evictions to promote housing stability and prevent homelessness. Housing.
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2022-09-19
Accompanied a study order, see H5273
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
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
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
MAH2342Intro
25%
For legislation to establish an entry-level licensing program to allow applicants to practice under supervision prior to becoming licensed mental health counselors. Public Health.
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2022-09-15
Accompanied a study order, see H5222
MAH1060Intro
25%
Relative to healthcare coverage for non-opioid pain management. Financial Services.
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2022-09-15
Accompanied a study order, see H5222
MAH1061Intro
25%
For legislation to strengthen and expand access to behavioral healthcare. Financial Services.
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2022-09-15
Accompanied a study order, see H5222
MAH233Intro
25%
Relative to establishing a healthy incentives program for the purpose of ensuring the needs of SNAP recipients and farmers. Children, Families and Persons with Disabilities.
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2022-09-15
Accompanied a study order, see H4906
MAH2380Intro
25%
Relative to certified medication aides. Public Health.
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2022-09-15
Accompanied a study order, see H5222
MAH1090Intro
25%
Relative to the definition of licensed mental health professional in the insurance laws. Financial Services.
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2022-09-15
Accompanied a study order, see H5222
MAH234Intro
25%
For legislation to further regulate the closing of community service offices. Children, Families and Persons with Disabilities.
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2022-09-15
Accompanied a study order, see H5261
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
MAH1202Intro
25%
Relative to access to generic medications. Financial Services.
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2022-09-15
Accompanied a study order, see H5222
MAH844Intro
25%
Relative to political designations and terminology. Election Laws.
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2022-09-12
Accompanied a study order, see H5026
MAH2808Intro
25%
Relative to providing a COVID-19 retirement credit to essential public-sector workers. Public Service.
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2022-09-12
Accompanied a study order, see H5206
MAH795Intro
25%
Relative to campaign contributions for the benefit of elected political committees or non-elected political committees organized on behalf of a political party. 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
MAH2436Intro
25%
Relative to making firearm owners civilly liable for damage caused by lost or stolen firearms. Public Safety and Homeland Security.
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2022-09-08
Accompanied a study order, see H5190
MAH3209Intro
25%
By Mr. Muradian of Grafton, a petition of David K. Muradian, Jr., and others for the annual issuance by the Governor of a proclamation setting apart the Wednesday next after the first Monday in November in every even-numbered year as election worker ...
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2022-09-08
Accompanied a study order, see H4969
MAH2950Intro
25%
For legislation to provide tax credits to restaurants utilizing reusable utensils, dishes, glasses and bulk condiments. Revenue.
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2022-09-08
Accompanied a study order, see H5200
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
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