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The 193rd General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Bill H.3983 188th (2013 - 2014)

An Act relative to workforce reform

Bill Information

Sponsor:
House Committee on Ways and Means
Special Attachments:
Amendment #33 - Jones, et al

Emergency Preamble

Whereas, The deferred operation of this act would tend to defeat its purpose, which is to strengthen forthwith the laws relative to labor and workforce development in the commonwealth, therefore it is hereby declared to be an emergency law, necessary for the immediate preservation of the public convenience.

Clerk # Sponsor Title Action
25
Mirra, Leonard Review mandates every five years instead of twelve Withdrawn
26
Orrall, Keiko M. Tax Credit for Teen Employees Withdrawn
27
Jones, Bradley H. Relating the UI Experience Rate Table to Duration of Unemployment Rejected
(Roll Call #311)
28
Orrall, Keiko M. Initial employment opportunities Withdrawn
29
Puppolo, Angelo J. Injured on duty benefits for environmental police officers Withdrawn
30
Madden, Timothy R. Section 36 amendment Withdrawn
31
Madden, Timothy R. Section 7, Chapter 151 amendment Withdrawn
32
Donahue, Daniel M. UI Workshare Notification Withdrawn
33
Jones, Bradley H. Relative to the positively extended rate table Withdrawn
34
Diehl, Geoff Delaying increases in the minimum wage by one year, thereby allowing businesses time to adjust Withdrawn
35
Diehl, Geoff Jobs Impact Study Withdrawn
36
Diehl, Geoff An Amendment Encouraging Youth Employment Withdrawn
37
Diehl, Geoff An Amendment Increasing Income Withdrawn
38
Diehl, Geoff Ensuring Tipped Employees Continue to Receive Tips: Withdrawn
39
Diehl, Geoff Repealing the State Minimum Wage and Linking it to the Federal Minimum Wage: Withdrawn
40
Diehl, Geoff Providing 26 Weeks of Unemployment Insurance Benefits Withdrawn
41
Diehl, Geoff Requiring Training Programs for recipients of Unemployment Insurance Adopted, as Changed
42
Diehl, Geoff Tip Pooling Withdrawn
43
Diehl, Geoff Exempting the food and beverage industry from the minimum wage increase: Withdrawn
44
Diehl, Geoff Exempting small employers from the minimum wage increases Withdrawn
45
Diehl, Geoff Preserving Current UI Experience Ratings Withdrawn
46
O'Connell, Shaunna L. Relative to establishing a 1-year waiting period for new taxes Laid aside
on point of order
47
O'Connell, Shaunna L. Relative to establishing a one year waiting period before new regulations can take effect Laid aside
on point of order (Roll Call #312)
48
O'Connell, Shaunna L. Relative to treble damages Rejected
(Roll Call #313)
49
Provost, Denise Temporary Workers Withdrawn

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