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The 192nd General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Bill H.1497 187th (2011 - 2012)

An Act prohibiting the use of prescriber-identifiable data for marketing purposes

By Mr. Kulik of Worthington, a petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 1497) of Stephen Kulik and others for legislation to regulate the license, transfer, use, or sale of prescriber-identifiable data only for commercial purposes by pharmacies. Public Health.

Bill Information

Stephen Kulik


Name District/Address
Stephen Kulik 1st Franklin
Denise Andrews 2nd Franklin
Cory Atkins 14th Middlesex
Jennifer E. Benson 37th Middlesex
John J. Binienda 17th Worcester
Cheryl A. Coakley-Rivera 10th Hampden
Benjamin B. Downing Berkshire, Hampshire, Franklin and Hampden
James J. Dwyer 30th Middlesex
Carlos Henriquez 5th Suffolk
Kay Khan 11th Middlesex
Elizabeth A. Malia 11th Suffolk
Alice Hanlon Peisch 14th Norfolk
George T. Ross 2nd Bristol
John W. Scibak 2nd Hampshire
Carl M. Sciortino, Jr. 34th Middlesex
David B. Sullivan 6th Bristol
Martha M. Walz 8th Suffolk
Ruth B. Balser 12th Middlesex
Nick Collins 4th Suffolk
Carolyn C. Dykema 8th Middlesex
James B. Eldridge
Colleen M. Garry 36th Middlesex
Patricia D. Jehlen
David Paul Linsky 5th Middlesex
Alice K. Wolf 25th Middlesex
Michael J. Finn 6th Hampden
Gale D. Candaras
Gailanne M. Cariddi 1st Berkshire
Linda Dorcena Forry 12th Suffolk
Denise Provost 27th Middlesex
Stephen Stat Smith 28th Middlesex
Theodore C. Speliotis 13th Essex
Joyce A. Spiliotis 12th Essex
Ellen Story 3rd Hampshire

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