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John F. Keenan

Democratic — Senator — Norfolk and Plymouth
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John F. Keenan represents Senate District Norfolk and Plymouth in the Massachusetts Senate, is a member of 11 committees, and is the primary sponsor of 119 bills.

2010 72311.0
2012 40274.0

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News and Blog Coverage

Question on 'Another Agenda' Made Senate Debate on Tax Credit Crackle

“What else is going on here?” That’s what Bruce Tarr of Gloucester kept asking his Massachusetts Senate colleagues on the afternoon of Tuesday, May 19. He was arguing against an amendment to the new FY 2016 state budget that would, one, increase the Earned Income Tax Credit (“tax credit”) for ...

Roll Call Vote to S.1766

Senator John Keenan (D-Quincy) offered an amendment to S.1766, An Act Relative to Transportation Finance, which would require the MBTA to include in its 5 year Capital Investment Program repairs to existing infrastructure sufficient to maintain a State of Good Repair rating level. Having a public transportation system in a ...

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Committee Membership

Sponsored Bills

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  • S 1996

    An Act relative to the charter of the town of Abington creating a department of public works

  • S 1954

    An Act establishing a sick leave bank for Susan Welliver, an employee of the Massachusetts Department of Transportation

  • S 1160

    An Act relative to the in-office sales of medical devices and products

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  • S 1502

    An Act providing access to full spectrum addiction treatment services

  • S 1776

    An Act relative to municipal light plants

  • S 1162

    An Act relative to chronic care coordination

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