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The 193rd General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Bill H.622 190th (2017 - 2018)

An Act eliminating racial and ethnic health disparities in the Commonwealth

By Messrs. Sánchez of Boston and Rushing of Boston, a petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 622) of Jeffrey Sánchez, Byron Rushing and others for legislation to eliminate racial and ethnic health disparities. Health Care Financing.

Bill Information

Jeffrey Sánchez , Byron Rushing
Referred to House Committee on Ways and Means


Name District/Address
Jeffrey Sánchez 15th Suffolk
Byron Rushing 9th Suffolk
Sonia Chang-Diaz Second Suffolk
Jonathan Hecht 29th Middlesex
Steven Ultrino 33rd Middlesex
Kenneth I. Gordon 21st Middlesex
Daniel Cullinane 12th Suffolk
Paul R. Heroux 2nd Bristol
Smitty Pignatelli 4th Berkshire
Evandro C. Carvalho 5th Suffolk
Denise Provost 27th Middlesex
Jack Lewis 7th Middlesex
Denise C. Garlick 13th Norfolk
Frank I. Smizik 15th Norfolk
Tackey Chan 2nd Norfolk
Russell E. Holmes 6th Suffolk
Marjorie C. Decker 25th Middlesex
Mike Connolly 26th Middlesex
Paul A. Schmid, III 8th Bristol
David M. Rogers 24th Middlesex
Linda Dorcena Forry First Suffolk
Christine P. Barber 34th Middlesex
Rady Mom 18th Middlesex
Thomas M. Stanley 9th Middlesex
Aaron Vega 5th Hampden
José F. Tosado 9th Hampden
Daniel J. Ryan 2nd Suffolk
Julian Cyr Cape and Islands
Claire D. Cronin 11th Plymouth
Chynah Tyler 7th Suffolk
Bud Williams 11th Hampden
Gerard Cassidy 9th Plymouth
Elizabeth A. Malia 11th Suffolk

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