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The 192nd General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Bill S.1555 191st (2019 - 2020)

An Act relative to the collective bargaining rights for employees of the committee for public counsel services

By Mr. Lewis, a petition (accompanied by bill, Senate, No. 1555) of Jason M. Lewis, Paul A. Schmid, III, Jack Patrick Lewis, Sean Garballey and other members of the General Court for legislation relative to collective bargaining rights for employees of the committee for public counsel services. Public Service.

Bill Information

Jason M. Lewis
Referred to Senate Committee on Ways and Means


Name District/Address
Jason M. Lewis Fifth Middlesex
Paul A. Schmid, III 8th Bristol
Jack Patrick Lewis 7th Middlesex
Sean Garballey 23rd Middlesex
Joseph A. Boncore First Suffolk and Middlesex
Mike Connolly 26th Middlesex
Sonia Chang-Diaz Second Suffolk
James B. Eldridge Middlesex and Worcester
Steven Ultrino 33rd Middlesex
Walter F. Timilty Norfolk, Bristol and Plymouth
Kay Khan 11th Middlesex
Patricia D. Jehlen Second Middlesex
Sal N. DiDomenico Middlesex and Suffolk
Mary S. Keefe 15th Worcester
Diana DiZoglio First Essex
Michael S. Day 31st Middlesex
Barry R. Finegold Second Essex and Middlesex
Thomas M. Stanley 9th Middlesex
Mark C. Montigny Second Bristol and Plymouth
Michael J. Barrett Third Middlesex
John H. Rogers 12th Norfolk
Angelo M. Scaccia 14th Suffolk
Rebecca L. Rausch Norfolk, Bristol and Middlesex
Daniel J. Hunt 13th Suffolk
Harriette L. Chandler First Worcester
Carolyn C. Dykema 8th Middlesex

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