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The 191st General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Bill S.1237 190th (2017 - 2018)

An Act to prevent death and disability from stroke

By Mr. Montigny, a petition (accompanied by bill, Senate, No. 1237) of Mark C. Montigny, Jason M. Lewis, Angelo J. Puppolo, Jr., Danielle W. Gregoire and other members of the General Court for legislation to create designated stroke centers. Public Health.

Bill Information

Presenter:
Mark C. Montigny

Bill History

Displaying 15 actions for Bill S.1237
Date Branch Action
1/23/2017 Senate Referred to the committee on Public Health
1/23/2017 House House concurred
6/19/2017 Joint Hearing scheduled for 06/27/2017 from 01:00 PM-05:00 PM in A-2
2/7/2018 Senate Reporting date extended to Wednesday March 7, 2018, pending concurrence
2/7/2018 House House concurred
3/12/2018 Senate Reporting date extended to Thursday, March 22, 2018, pending concurrence
4/2/2018 Senate Ought NOT to pass (under JR 10)
4/2/2018 Senate Rules suspended
4/2/2018 Senate Report amended by substitution of bill
4/2/2018 Senate Read and referred to the committee on Senate Rules
12/20/2018 Senate Reported from the committee on Senate Rules
12/20/2018 Senate Committee reported that the matter be placed in the Orders of the Day for the next session with an amendment, substituting therefor a new draft, see S2690
12/27/2018 Senate Taken out of the Orders of the Day
12/27/2018 Senate Read second
12/27/2018 Senate New draft substituted, see S2690

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