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The 193rd General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Bill S.1849 189th (2015 - 2016)

An Act to study the feasibility of high-speed rail access between Springfield and Boston

By Mr. Lesser, a petition (accompanied by bill, Senate, No. 1849) of Eric P. Lesser, Thomas M. McGee, Harriette L. Chandler, James T. Welch and other members of the General Court for legislation to study the feasibility of high-speed rail access between Springfield and Boston. Transportation.

Bill Information

Eric P. Lesser
Referred to Senate Committee on Ways and Means


Name District/Address
Eric P. Lesser First Hampden and Hampshire
Thomas M. McGee Third Essex
Harriette L. Chandler First Worcester
James T. Welch Hampden
Donald F. Humason, Jr. Second Hampden and Hampshire
Benjamin B. Downing Berkshire, Hampshire, Franklin and Hampden
Anne M. Gobi Worcester, Hampden, Hampshire and Middlesex
Ryan C. Fattman Worcester and Norfolk
James B. Eldridge Middlesex and Worcester
Joseph F. Wagner 8th Hampden
Aaron Vega 5th Hampden
Carlos Gonzalez 10th Hampden
Brian M. Ashe 2nd Hampden
Jose F. Tosado 9th Hampden
Thomas M. Petrolati 7th Hampden
Benjamin Swan 11th Hampden
Angelo J. Puppolo, Jr. 12th Hampden
John W. Scibak 2nd Hampshire
John C. Velis 4th Hampden
Ellen Story 3rd Hampshire
Michael J. Finn 6th Hampden
Peter V. Kocot 1st Hampshire
William Smitty Pignatelli 4th Berkshire
Tricia Farley-Bouvier 3rd Berkshire
Antonio F. D. Cabral 13th Bristol
Chris Walsh 6th Middlesex

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