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The 191st General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Bill S.2212 189th (2015 - 2016)

An Act relative to safe application and removal of body art

The committee on Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure to whom was referred the petitions (accompanied by bill, Senate, No. 1120) of Harriette L. Chandler for legislation relative to requiring the licensure of persons engaged in the removal of body art; (accompanied by bill, Senate, No. 1126) of Harriette L. Chandler for legislation relative to body art and body piercing regulation; and (accompanied by bill, House, No. 1883) of Bruce J. Ayers for legislation to prohibit the practice of body piercing, so-called, unless licensed by the Department of Public Health,- reports the accompanying bill (Senate, No. 2212).

Bill Information

Sponsor:
Joint Committee on Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure
Status:
Referred to Senate Committee on Rules

Bill History

Displaying 7 actions for Bill S.2212
Date Branch Action
4/7/2016 Senate Reported from the committee on Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure
4/7/2016 Senate New draft of H1883, S1120 and S1126
4/7/2016 Senate Bill reported favorably by committee and referred to the committee on Health Care Financing
4/29/2016 Senate Reporting date extended to Wednesday June 22, 2016, pending concurrence
5/2/2016 House Adopted, in concurrence
6/27/2016 Senate Bill reported favorably by committee and referred to the committee on Senate Rules
1/3/2017 Senate No further action taken

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