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The 192nd General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Bill S.123 191st (2019 - 2020)

An Act providing consumers with equal protection for all real estate appraisals

By Ms. Creem, a petition (accompanied by bill, Senate, No. 123) of Cynthia Stone Creem, Ruth B. Balser, William M. Straus, Michael D. Brady and other members of the General Court for legislation to provide consumers with equal protection for all real estate appraisals. Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure.

Bill Information

Presenter:
Cynthia Stone Creem
Status:
Referred to Senate Committee on Ways and Means

Cosponsors

Name District/Address
Cynthia Stone Creem First Middlesex and Norfolk
Ruth B. Balser 12th Middlesex
William M. Straus 10th Bristol
Michael D. Brady Second Plymouth and Bristol
Angelo J. Puppolo, Jr. 12th Hampden
Mathew J. Muratore 1st Plymouth
David F. DeCoste 5th Plymouth
Bradford Hill 4th Essex
David Paul Linsky 5th Middlesex
Edward F. Coppinger 10th Suffolk
Nicholas A. Boldyga 3rd Hampden
Anne M. Gobi Worcester, Hampden, Hampshire and Middlesex
Josh S. Cutler 6th Plymouth
Brian M. Ashe 2nd Hampden
Steven Ultrino 33rd Middlesex
Viriato M. deMacedo Plymouth and Barnstable
Joseph A. Boncore First Suffolk and Middlesex
Dean A. Tran Worcester and Middlesex
Kay Khan 11th Middlesex
Natalie M. Higgins 4th Worcester
Kathleen R. LaNatra 12th Plymouth
Patrick M. O'Connor Plymouth and Norfolk
Jerald A. Parisella 6th Essex
David M. Rogers 24th Middlesex
Rebecca L. Rausch Norfolk, Bristol and Middlesex

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