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The 189th General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Bill S.2362 188th (2013 - 2014)

An Act further regulating the crime of accosting and annoying

By Mr. Richard T. Moore, a petition (subject to Joint Rule 12) of Richard T. Moore for legislation relative to accosting and annoying. The Judiciary.

Bill Information

Presenter:
Richard T. Moore

Bill History

Displaying 15 actions for Bill S.2362
Date Branch Action
8/14/2014 Senate Referred to the committee on Rules of the two branches, acting concurrently
8/18/2014 Senate Rules suspended
8/18/2014 Senate Referred to the committee on the Judiciary
8/21/2014 House House concurred
9/18/2014 Senate Bill reported favorably by committee and referred to the committee on Senate Ethics and Rules
10/30/2014 Senate Committee recommended that the matter be placed in the Orders of the Day for the next session
10/30/2014 Senate Rules suspended
10/30/2014 Senate Read second, ordered to a third reading, read third (title changed) and passed to be engrossed
11/3/2014 House Committee reported that the matter be placed in the Orders of the Day for the next sitting
11/3/2014 House Rules suspended
11/3/2014 House Read second and ordered to a third reading
12/15/2014 House Read third and passed to be engrossed
12/18/2014 House Enacted
12/18/2014 Senate Enacted and laid before the Governor
12/24/2014 Executive Signed by the Governor, Chapter 417 of the Acts of 2014

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