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The 191st General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Bill H.5001 186th (2009 - 2010)

An Act establishing expanded gaming in the Commonwealth.

Bill Information

Sponsor:
Brian S. Dempsey

Bill History

Displaying 17 actions for Bill H.5001
Date Branch Action
7/30/2010 House Reported from the committee of conference
7/30/2010 House Reported on the residue of H4619
7/30/2010 House Referred to the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling
7/30/2010 House Committee reported that the matter be placed in the Orders of the Day for the next sitting, the question being on acceptance
7/31/2010 House Rules suspended
7/31/2010 House Senate committee on Bills in the Third Reading report accepted
7/31/2010 House Committee of conference report accepted 40 YEAS to 0 NAYS (See Senate Roll Call, No. 380)
7/31/2010 Senate Referred to the committee on Senate Ethics and Rules
7/31/2010 Senate Ethics and Rules report accepted 25 YEAS to 14 NAYS (See Senate Roll Call, No. 386)
7/31/2010 Senate Committee of conference report accepted 24 YEAS to 15 NAYS (See Senate Roll Call, No. 387)
7/31/2010 House Enacted 152 YEAS to 0 NAYS (See Yea and Nay in Supplement,
7/31/2010 Senate Ethics and Rules report accepted 26 YEAS to 13 NAYS (See Senate Roll Call, No. 410)
7/31/2010 Senate Enacted 25 YEAS to 15 NAYS (See Senate Roll Call, No. 412)
8/2/2010 Senate Laid before the Governor
8/2/2010 Executive Governor returned to the House with an amendment
8/4/2010 House For message, see H5003
8/4/2010 House Referred to the committee on House Bills in the Third Reading

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