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The 192nd General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Bill S.2020 189th (2015 - 2016)

An Act relative to substance use prevention

The committee on Ways and Means to whom was committed the Senate Bill to improve the accessibility and affordability of naloxone and other pharmaceutical drugs of public health concern (Senate, No. 603) (the committee on Rules having recommended that the bill be amended by substituting a new draft with the same title (Senate, No. 2010)),-- reports recommending that the proposed Rules amendment be amended by substituting a new draft entitled “An Act relative to substance use prevention” (Senate, No. 2020) [Estimated cost: $1,200,000] (Senator Keenan dissenting)

Bill Information

Sponsor:
Senate Committee on Ways and Means

Bill History

Displaying 1 to 25 of 46 actions for Bill S.2020
Date Branch Action
10/1/2015 Senate Reprinted as amended, see S2022
10/1/2015 Senate Passed to be engrossed - Roll Call #173 [YEAS 38 - NAYS 0]
10/1/2015 Senate Substituted new draft for S603
10/1/2015 Senate Amendment #40 (Tarr) pending
10/1/2015 Senate Read third
10/1/2015 Senate Ordered to a third reading
10/1/2015 Senate Substituted as a new draft for S2010
10/1/2015 Senate Ways and Means amendment adopted, as amended
10/1/2015 Senate Amendment #42 (Spilka) adopted
10/1/2015 Senate Amendment #41 (Wolf) adopted
10/1/2015 Senate Amendment #7 (Brownsberger) pending
10/1/2015 Senate Amendment #33 (Hedlund) adopted
10/1/2015 Senate Amendment #39 (Tarr) adopted
10/1/2015 Senate Amendment #34 (Keenan) adopted
10/1/2015 Senate Amendment #7 (Brownsberger) adopted, as amended
10/1/2015 Senate Further amendment #7.1 (Flanagan) adopted
10/1/2015 Senate Amendment #24 (Rodrigues) adopted
10/1/2015 Senate Amendment #21 (Brownsberger) adopted
10/1/2015 Senate Amendment #19 (Lesser) adopted
10/1/2015 Senate Amendment #17 (Donoghue) adopted
10/1/2015 Senate Amendment #12 (Moore) adopted
10/1/2015 Senate Amendment #11 (Moore) adopted
10/1/2015 Senate Amendment #8 (Brownsberger) adopted
10/1/2015 Senate Amendment #6 (Brownsberger) rejected
10/1/2015 Senate Amendment #1 (deMacedo) adopted

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