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The 191st General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Resolve H.2963 191st (Current)

Resolve to establish a special commission to perform an investigation and providing for a study relative to the potential implementation of a time limit for handicapped parking placard use in a metered spot

By Mr. Ayers of Quincy, a petition (accompanied by resolve, House, No. 2963) of Bruce J. Ayers for an investigation by a special commission (including members of the General Court) relative to the feasibility of establishing a time limit for handicapped parking placard use in metered spots. Transportation.

Bill Information

Presenter:
Bruce J. Ayers
Status:
Referred to Joint Committee on Transportation

Resolve History

Displaying 12 actions for Resolve H.2963
Date Branch Action
1/22/2019 House Referred to the committee on Transportation
1/22/2019 Senate Senate concurred
12/23/2019 Joint Hearing scheduled for 01/02/2020 from 10:00 AM-04:00 PM in A-1
2/6/2020 House Reporting date extended to Wednesday March 4, 2020, pending concurrence
2/6/2020 Senate Senate concurred
3/5/2020 House Reporting date extended to Wednesday March 25, 2020, pending concurrence
3/23/2020 Senate Reporting date extended to Monday June 1, 2020, pending concurrence
3/27/2020 House House concurred
6/1/2020 House Reporting date extended to Thursday July 2, 2020, pending concurrence
6/18/2020 Senate Senate concurred
7/6/2020 House Reporting date extended to Monday July 20, 2020, pending concurrence
7/20/2020 Senate Senate concurred

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