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Open States

Massachusetts General Court


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Recently Passed
  • S 2665
    Sponsored by: Charles D. Baker
    An Act validating certain proceedings of the town of Concord
  • S 2663
    Sponsored by: Marc R. Pacheco
    An Act establishing a sick leave bank for Kelli Jones, an employee of the Department of Mental Health
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Recently Introduced
  • SD 2816
    Sponsored by: Department of Transportation
    Communication of the Department of Transportation ( pursuant to Section 74 of Chapter 154 of the Acts of 2018) submitting its FY19 MassDOT Discretionary Program Funding Application.
  • SD 2815
    Sponsored by: Martha's Vineyard Regional Transit Authority
    Report of the Martha's Vineyard Regional Transit Authority
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Recently Passed
  • H 4660
    Sponsored by: Revenue
    An Act relative to a real property exemption for disabled persons in the Town of Westford
  • H 4849
    Sponsored by: Revenue
    An Act authorizing the city of Newton to amend the income qualifications for a certain tax deferral program
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Recently Introduced
  • H 4955
    Sponsored by: Charles D. Baker
    An Act authorizing the town of Hanover to grant abatement of real estate taxes to certain surviving spouse
  • H 4952
    Sponsored by: Harold P. Naughton, Jr.
    An Act establishing a Board of Selectmen-Town Administrator form of government for the town of Berlin
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Available Sessions

Session Bills
187th Legislature (2011-2012) 6896 bills
188th Legislature (2013-2014) 6730 bills
189th Legislature (2015-2016) 7123 bills
190th Legislature (2017-2018) 8204 bills


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