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The 192nd General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Bill S.652 190th (2017 - 2018)

An Act to promote transparency and prevent price gouging of pharmaceutical drug prices

By Mr. Montigny, a petition (accompanied by bill, Senate, No. 652) of Mark C. Montigny, Jason M. Lewis, Jose F. Tosado, Diana DiZoglio and other members of the General Court for legislation to promote transparency and prevent price gouging of pharmaceutical drug prices. Health Care Financing.

Bill Information

Presenter:
Mark C. Montigny

Cosponsors

Name District/Address
Mark C. Montigny Second Bristol and Plymouth
Jason M. Lewis Fifth Middlesex
José F. Tosado 9th Hampden
Diana DiZoglio 14th Essex
Steven Ultrino 33rd Middlesex
Kenneth I. Gordon 21st Middlesex
Harriette L. Chandler First Worcester
Marjorie C. Decker 25th Middlesex
James J. Dwyer 30th Middlesex
Kay Khan 11th Middlesex
Patricia D. Jehlen Second Middlesex
Michael D. Brady Second Plymouth and Bristol
James R. Miceli 19th Middlesex
Robert M. Koczera 11th Bristol
Colleen M. Garry 36th Middlesex
Smitty Pignatelli 4th Berkshire
Antonio F. D. Cabral 13th Bristol
John F. Keenan Norfolk and Plymouth
Patrick M. O'Connor Plymouth and Norfolk
Paul R. Heroux 2nd Bristol
James M. Cantwell 4th Plymouth
Angelo M. Scaccia 14th Suffolk
James B. Eldridge Middlesex and Worcester
Mike Connolly 26th Middlesex
Kevin G. Honan 17th Suffolk
Joan B. Lovely Second Essex
Elizabeth A. Malia 11th Suffolk
Denise Provost 27th Middlesex
Anne M. Gobi Worcester, Hampden, Hampshire and Middlesex

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