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The 191st General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Bill S.1224 190th (2017 - 2018)

An Act improving treatment for Alzheimer’s and dementia

By Ms. L'Italien, a petition (accompanied by bill, Senate, No. 1224) of Barbara A. L'Italien, Brian M. Ashe, Colleen M. Garry, Jason M. Lewis and other members of the General Court for legislation to improve treatment for Alzheimer’s and dementia. Public Health.

Bill Information

Presenter:
Barbara A. L'Italien

Cosponsors

Name District/Address
Barbara A. L'Italien Second Essex and Middlesex
Brian M. Ashe 2nd Hampden
Colleen M. Garry 36th Middlesex
Jason M. Lewis Fifth Middlesex
James B. Eldridge Middlesex and Worcester
Danielle W. Gregoire 4th Middlesex
Michael D. Brady Second Plymouth and Bristol
Michael F. Rush Norfolk and Suffolk
Thomas M. McGee Third Essex
Marjorie C. Decker 25th Middlesex
William N. Brownsberger Second Suffolk and Middlesex
Walter F. Timilty Norfolk, Bristol and Plymouth
Sal N. DiDomenico Middlesex and Suffolk
James M. Murphy 4th Norfolk
Thomas J. Calter 12th Plymouth
Jack Lewis 7th Middlesex
Eileen M. Donoghue First Middlesex
Joan B. Lovely Second Essex
José F. Tosado 9th Hampden
Thomas M. Stanley 9th Middlesex
Mike Connolly 26th Middlesex
Michael J. Barrett Third Middlesex
Edward F. Coppinger 10th Suffolk
Patrick M. O'Connor Plymouth and Norfolk
Julian Cyr Cape and Islands
Linda Dorcena Forry First Suffolk
Sean Garballey 23rd Middlesex
John F. Keenan Norfolk and Plymouth

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