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The 192nd General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Bill H.4915 186th (2009 - 2010)

An Act act to promote cost containment, transparency and efficiency in the provision of quality health insurance for individuals and small businesses

Bill Information

Sponsor:
Charles A. Murphy

Bill History

Displaying 1 to 25 of 44 actions for Bill H.4915
Date Branch Action
7/22/2010 House Amendment 27 adopted, as changed
7/22/2010 House Published as amended, see H4924
7/22/2010 House Amendment 50 adopted, as changed
7/22/2010 House Amendment 15 adopted
7/22/2010 House Amendment 41 adopted 151 YEAS to 1 NAYS (See Yea and Nay in Supplement,
7/22/2010 House Amendment 13 rejected 24 YEAS to 129 NAYS (See Yea and Nay in Supplement
7/22/2010 House Amendment 53 rejected
7/22/2010 House Amendment 16, as changed, adopted, as changed
7/22/2010 House No action taken on amendment 16, as changed
7/22/2010 House Amendment 49 adopted, as changed
7/22/2010 House Amendment 48 adopted, as changed
7/22/2010 House Amendment 46 rejected
7/22/2010 House Amendment 36 adopted
7/22/2010 House Amendment 18 adopted
7/22/2010 House Amendment 47 adopted
7/22/2010 House Amendment 40 adopted, as changed
7/22/2010 House Amendment 43 rejected
7/22/2010 House Amendment 51 adopted
7/22/2010 House Amendment 38 adopted
7/22/2010 House Amendment 35 adopted
7/22/2010 House Amendment 32 adopted
7/22/2010 House Amendment 29 adopted
7/22/2010 House Amendment 3 adopted, as changed
7/22/2010 House No action taken on amendment 3
7/22/2010 House Amendment 16 adopted, as changed

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