Skip to Content
The 191st General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Bill S.1475 190th (2017 - 2018)

An Act relative to the sanctity of collective bargaining

By Mr. Timilty, a petition (accompanied by bill, Senate, No. 1475) of James E. Timilty, Shaunna L. O'Connell, Diana DiZoglio, John H. Rogers and other members of the General Court for legislation relative to the sanctity of collective bargaining. Public Service.

Bill Information

Presenter:
James E. Timilty
Status:
Referred to Senate Committee on Ways and Means

Cosponsors

Name District/Address
James E. Timilty Bristol and Norfolk
Shaunna L. O'Connell 3rd Bristol
Diana DiZoglio 14th Essex
John H. Rogers 12th Norfolk
Jason M. Lewis Fifth Middlesex
Michael O. Moore Second Worcester
F. Jay Barrows 1st Bristol
Donald F. Humason, Jr. Second Hampden and Hampshire
Michael F. Rush Norfolk and Suffolk
James M. Cantwell 4th Plymouth
Richard J. Ross Norfolk, Bristol and Middlesex
Jennifer L. Flanagan Worcester and Middlesex
Angelo L. D'Emilia 8th Plymouth
Patrick M. O'Connor Plymouth and Norfolk
Anne M. Gobi Worcester, Hampden, Hampshire and Middlesex
James T. Welch Hampden
Thomas M. McGee Third Essex
Barbara A. L'Italien Second Essex and Middlesex
James M. Murphy 4th Norfolk
James B. Eldridge Middlesex and Worcester
Thomas M. Stanley 9th Middlesex
Joseph A. Boncore First Suffolk and Middlesex
Julian Cyr Cape and Islands
Juana B. Matias 16th Essex
Kathleen O'Connor Ives First Essex
Michael D. Brady Second Plymouth and Bristol
Joan B. Lovely Second Essex

The information contained in this website is for general information purposes only. The General Court provides this information as a public service and while we endeavor to keep the data accurate and current to the best of our ability, we make no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness, accuracy, reliability, suitability or availability with respect to the website or the information contained on the website for any purpose. Any reliance you place on such information is therefore strictly at your own risk.