Massachusetts General Court

40 Senators
  • 37 Democrats
  • 3 Republicans
161 Representatives
  • 127 Democrats
  • 28 Republicans
  • 1 Independent

Bills

Recently Introduced

HD 4090

A communication from the District Attorney of Norfolk County (see Section 99 of Chapter 272 of the General Laws) submitting a report relative to wiretaps for calendar year 2022

  • Introduced Jan 26 2023
  • Sponsored by Norfolk District Attorney

HD 4089

A report of the Middlesex District Attorney (under Section 99 of Chapter 272 of the General Laws) submitting a report relative to wiretaps for calendar year 2022

  • Introduced Jan 26 2023
  • Sponsored by Middlesex District Attorney

HD 4087

A report of the District Attorney of the Cape and Islands District (under Section 99 of Chapter 272 of the General Laws) submitting a report relative to wiretaps for calendar year 2022

  • Introduced Jan 26 2023
  • Sponsored by Cape And Islands District Attorney

HD 4088

A communication from the District Attorney of Essex County (see Section 99 of Chapter 272 of the General Laws) submitting a report relative to wiretaps for calendar year 2022

  • Introduced Jan 26 2023
  • Sponsored by Essex County District Attorney
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Recently Passed

S 3114

An Act authorizing the increase of a tax exemption for eligible seniors in the town of Tewksbury

S 3012

An Act relative to the submission of articles to Wareham town meetings

S 3011

An Act relative to funding for the Wareham affordable housing trust

S 2870

An Act relative to the maximum age requirement for police officers for the city of Taunton

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Available Sessions

Session Bill Count
193rd Legislature (2023-2024) 6360
192nd Legislature (2021-2022) 17108
191st Legislature (2019-2020) 15625
190th Legislature (2017-2018) 8190

Sources

Data on Open States is updated periodically throughout the day from the official website of the Massachusetts General Court.

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