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The 191st General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Resolve H.2122 190th (2017 - 2018)

Resolve establishing a special commission to study the effects of coastal and ocean acidification and its existing and potential effects on species that are commercially harvested and grown along the Massachusetts coast

By Mr. Fernandes of Falmouth, a petition (accompanied by resolve, House, No. 2122) of Dylan Fernandes and others for an investigation by a special commission (including members of the General Court) of the effects of ocean acidification on the Commonwealth's fishing industry. Environment, Natural Resources and Agriculture.

Bill Information

Presenter:
Dylan Fernandes

Cosponsors

Name District/Address
Dylan Fernandes Barnstable, Dukes and Nantucket
Timothy R. Whelan 1st Barnstable
Lori A. Ehrlich 8th Essex
William L. Crocker, Jr. 2nd Barnstable
Frank I. Smizik 15th Norfolk
Carmine L. Gentile 13th Middlesex
James B. Eldridge Middlesex and Worcester
David T. Vieira 3rd Barnstable
James M. Cantwell 4th Plymouth
William Driscoll 7th Norfolk
Juana B. Matias 16th Essex
David M. Rogers 24th Middlesex
Randy Hunt 5th Barnstable
Mike Connolly 26th Middlesex
Jack Lewis 7th Middlesex
Mathew Muratore 1st Plymouth
Josh S. Cutler 6th Plymouth
Julian Cyr Cape and Islands
Mary S. Keefe 15th Worcester
Brendan P. Crighton Third Essex
Sarah K. Peake 4th Barnstable
Bruce J. Ayers 1st Norfolk
Natalie Higgins 4th Worcester
Joan Meschino 3rd Plymouth
Denise Provost 27th Middlesex
Paul A. Schmid, III 8th Bristol

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