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Michael F. Rush

Democratic — Senator — Norfolk and Suffolk
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Michael F. Rush represents Senate District Norfolk and Suffolk in the Massachusetts Senate, is a member of seven committees, and is the primary sponsor of 166 bills.

2002 47116.0
2004 56140.0
2006 56060.0
2008 66983.18
2010 110043.04
2012 64038.48

For detailed campaign finance information visit Influence Explorer. Figures via the National Institute on Money in State Politics.

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News and Blog Coverage

Roll Call Vote to S.1766

Senator Rush offered an amendment to the bill regarding the deferral of the gas tax increase it contains. If passed this amendment would create a special legislative task force to investigate, study, and develop a legislative package to include MBTA cost saving reform measures and potential new revenue sources. Pursuant ...

The Week That Was -- State Senate Succession

I'm back from vacation and seem to have missed a few thing while I was away. Let's start with the state senate. Jack Hart announced that the rumor I alluded to a month ago was true; he is leaving the state senate to make more money in law practice (more, ...

Committee Membership

Sponsored Bills

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  • H 3744

    An Act establishing a sick leave bank for Diane Ranno an employee of the Department of Conservation and Recreation

  • H 3728

    An Act authorizing the commissioner of capital asset management and maintenance to grant a lease over certain property in the city of Boston

  • H 3636

    An Act designating a certain bridge in the city of Boston as The Paul McLaughlin Bridge

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  • H 3637

    An Act designating a certain bridge in the city of Boston The Honorable Arthur J. Lewis, Jr. Bridge

  • S 1950

    An Act establishing a sick leave bank for John J. Monahan, an employee of the Trial Court

  • S 897

    An Act relative to Forest Hills Cemetery

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