Massachusetts Representative Tami Gouveia [D]

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MAH312Intro
25%
For legislation to limit consumer exposure to deceptive calling practices. Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure.
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2022-06-30
Accompanied a study order, see H4880
MAS656Intro
25%
For legislation to strengthen the state credit union charter. Financial Services.
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2022-06-30
Accompanied a study order, see S2974
MAS1112Intro
25%
For legislation to improve protections relative to domestic violence. The Judiciary.
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2022-06-30
To Joint Judiciary Committee
MAH2089Intro
25%
For legislation to require the determination of qualified mental health professionals prior to prisoners being placed on mental health watch. Mental Health, Substance Use and Recovery.
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2022-06-30
Accompanied a new draft, see H4948
MAH305Intro
25%
For legislation to regulate pet daycare facilities in cities and towns. Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure.
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2022-06-30
Accompanied a study order, see H4880
MAS2546Intro
25%
For legislation to promote American manufacturing. State Administration and Regulatory Oversight.
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2022-06-30
Accompanied a study order, see S2975
MAH4929Engross
50%
Relative to step therapy and patient safety
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2022-06-30
To Senate Ways and Means Committee
MAH4931Engross
50%
Relative to pesticides
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2022-06-30
To Senate Ways and Means Committee
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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2022-06-29
To Joint State Administration and Regulatory Oversight Committee
MAH3152Intro
25%
For legislation to further regulate the participation in public meetings. State Administration and Regulatory Oversight.
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2022-06-29
To Joint State Administration and Regulatory Oversight Committee
MAH3213Intro
25%
For legislation to further regulate the Open Meeting Law to support remote participation. State Administration and Regulatory Oversight.
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2022-06-29
To Joint State Administration and Regulatory Oversight Committee
MAH4930Intro
25%
Expanding protections for reproductive rights
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2022-06-29
Published as amended, see H4954
MAH4954Engross
50%
Expanding protections for reproductive rights
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2022-06-29
Passed to be engrossed - 136 YEAS to 17 NAYS (See YEA and NAY No. 209 )
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
MAH1311Intro
25%
Relative to step therapy and patient safety. Health Care Financing.
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2022-06-28
New draft substituted, see H4929
MAH2418Intro
25%
Relative to local and state law enforcement involvement in federal immigration enforcement. Public Safety and Homeland Security.
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2022-06-28
To House Ways and Means Committee
MAH2519Intro
25%
For legislation to create alternatives for community emergency law enforcement services. Public Safety and Homeland Security.
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2022-06-28
Accompanied a new draft, see H4928
MAS1579Intro
25%
For legislation to protect the civil rights and safety of all Massachusetts residents. Public Safety and Homeland Security.
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2022-06-28
Accompanied H2418
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
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
MAH4600Intro
25%
Relative to pesticides
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2022-06-28
New draft substituted, see H4931
MAH4928Intro
25%
To create alternatives for community emergency services (ACES)
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2022-06-28
To Joint Health Care Financing Committee
MAH2088Intro
25%
Relative to preventing overdose deaths and increasing access to treatment. Mental Health, Substance Use and Recovery.
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2022-06-27
To Joint Health Care Financing Committee
MAH4868Intro
25%
To establish minimum reimbursement rate to insurance claimants
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2022-06-27
Read second and ordered to a third reading
MAH210Intro
25%
Relative to the powers of the Child Advocate to appear, intervene in or bring actions on behalf the Commonwealth. Children, Families and Persons with Disabilities.
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2022-06-24
Accompanied a study order, see H4908
MAH3954Intro
25%
Relative to providing for a universal basic income for youth aging out of foster care. Children, Families and Persons with Disabilities.
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2022-06-24
Accompanied a study order, see H4908
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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2022-06-23
To Joint Revenue Committee
MAH3731Engross
50%
For legislation to make permanent a senior means tested property tax exemption in the town of Concord. Revenue. [Local Approval Received.]
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2022-06-16
Read second and ordered to a third reading
MAH1111Intro
25%
For legislation to establish a set of minimum reimbursement rates for labor by insurers to claimants for first- or third-party motor vehicle insurance claims in the Commonwealth. Financial Services.
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2022-06-15
Accompanied a new draft, see H4868
MAS2202Intro
25%
For legislation relative to building energy and decarbonization. Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy.
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2022-06-15
To Joint Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy Committee
MAH3674Intro
25%
For legislation to require funeral directors to make available to potential clients information regarding funeral and burial benefits for veterans. Veterans and Federal Affairs.
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2022-06-15
Accompanied a new draft, see H4873
MAH2491Intro
25%
Relative to 3D printed weapons and “ghost guns”, so-called. Public Safety and Homeland Security.
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2022-06-15
Accompanied a new draft, see H4869
MAS2138Intro
25%
For legislation relative to transportation and environmental justice. Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy.
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2022-06-15
To Joint Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy Committee
MAH3199Intro
25%
Relative to state agency language access and inclusion. State Administration and Regulatory Oversight.
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2022-06-15
Accompanied a new draft, see H4872
MAS2515Intro
25%
For legislation to authorize the town of Acton to adopt and enforce local regulations restricting new fossil fuel infrastructure in certain construction. Municipalities and Regional Government. [Local approval received]
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2022-06-15
To Joint Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy Committee
MAH4872Intro
25%
Relative to language access and inclusion
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2022-06-15
To House Ways and Means Committee
MAH4869Intro
25%
Relative to 3D printed guns and ghost guns
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2022-06-15
To House Ways and Means Committee
MAH2504Intro
25%
Relative to prisoners in segregated confinement. Public Safety and Homeland Security.
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2022-06-13
To Joint Public Safety and Homeland Security Committee
MAH3115Intro
25%
For legislation to require that government agencies make certain demographic data available to the public. State Administration and Regulatory Oversight.
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2022-06-13
To House Ways and Means Committee
MAH879Intro
25%
For legislation to establish a special commission (including members of the General Court) to study competitive reuse, refill, repurpose and recycling industries. Environment, Natural Resources and Agriculture.
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2022-06-13
Accompanied a study order, see H4865
MAH1208Intro
25%
For legislation to provide health insurance coverage for certain medically necessary functional repair or restoration of craniofacial disorders. Financial Services.
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2022-06-09
Accompanied S648
MAH1726Intro
25%
Relative to consent laws for adolescents. The Judiciary.
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2022-06-09
Accompanied a study order, see H4844
MAH135Intro
25%
For legislation to regulate face surveillance. Advanced Information Technology, the Internet and Cybersecurity.
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2022-06-09
To Joint Judiciary Committee
MAH1477Intro
25%
Relative to enforcement of certain federal law by sheriffs and employees of correctional institutions. The Judiciary.
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2022-06-09
Accompanied a study order, see H4844
MAH1709Intro
25%
For legislation to prohibit marriage of minors. The Judiciary.
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2022-06-09
To Joint Judiciary Committee
MAH1928Intro
25%
Relative to eliminating mandatory minimum sentences related to drug offenses. The Judiciary.
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2022-06-09
Accompanied a study order, see H4844
MAH1705Intro
25%
Relative to community based juvenile justice programs to support school-age and vulnerable youth. The Judiciary.
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2022-06-09
Accompanied a study order, see H4844
MAH1866Intro
25%
Relative to reporting of bail and charges to the Committee for Public Counsel Services. The Judiciary.
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2022-06-09
Accompanied a study order, see H4844
MAH1908Intro
25%
For legislation to encourage and enhance employment and licensure opportunities for persons previously prosecuted or convicted of one or more criminal offenses. The Judiciary.
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2022-06-09
To Joint Judiciary Committee
MAH1624Intro
25%
Relative to district court jurisdiction of threats to use deadly weapons, explosives, chemical or biological agents, or other devices or substances capable of causing death, serious bodily injury or substantial property damage. The Judiciary.
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2022-06-09
Accompanied a study order, see H4844
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