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The 189th General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Bill H.5111 186th (2009 - 2010)

An Act establishing a sick leave bank for Karen Reilly, an employee of the Department of Children and Families.

Bill Information

Sponsor:
Christopher N. Speranzo

Bill History

Displaying 17 actions for Bill H.5111
Date Branch Action
8/30/2010 House Referred to the committee on HOUSE RULES
12/9/2010 House Reported, referred to the committee on JOINT RULES, reported, rules suspended and referred to the committee on Public Service
12/13/2010 Senate Senate concurred
12/16/2010 House Bill reported favorably by committee as changed and referred to the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling
12/28/2010 House Committee reported that the matter be placed in the Orders of the Day for the next sitting
12/28/2010 House Rules suspended
12/28/2010 House Read second, amended and ordered to a third reading
12/30/2010 House Rules suspended
12/30/2010 House Read third and passed to be engrossed
1/3/2011 Senate Read; and referred to the committee on Senate Ways and Means
1/4/2011 Senate Committee recommended ought to pass
1/4/2011 Senate Rules suspended
1/4/2011 Senate Read second, ordered to a third reading, read third and passed to be engrossed
1/4/2011 House Emergency preamble adopted
1/4/2011 Senate Emergency preamble adopted
1/4/2011 House Enacted
1/4/2011 Senate Enacted and laid before the Governor

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