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The 191st General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Bill S.2476 191st (Current)

An Act to accelerate the transition of cars, trucks and buses to carbon-free power

Senate, January 23, 2020 - The committee on Ways and Means to whom was referred the Senate Bill to advance electric vehicle adoption (Senate, No. 1923),-- reports, recommending that the same ought to pass with an amendment substituting a new draft entitled "An Act to accelerate the transition of cars, trucks and buses to carbon-free power" (Senate, No. 2476).

Bill Information

Senate Committee on Ways and Means
Displaying 23 Senate Amendments
Clerk # Sponsor Title Action
Tarr, Bruce E. Financial Incentives Rejected
Tarr, Bruce E. DOER Municipal Guide Rejected
(2nd Redraft)
Tarr, Bruce E. MBTA Study Adopted
4 Withdrawn
5 Withdrawn
6 Withdrawn
Tarr, Bruce E. Increased electric demand Rejected
8 Withdrawn
Rausch, Rebecca L. Automobile usage reports to municipalities Adopted
(2nd Redraft)
Keenan, John F. Siting of Electric Vehicle Charging Facilities Adopted
Crighton, Brendan P. EV Procurement Adopted
(2nd Redraft)
Chang-Diaz, Sonia Zero Emission Bus Reporting Adopted
13 Withdrawn
14 Withdrawn
Hinds, Adam G. EV Charging Stations along MassPike Adopted
16 Withdrawn
Comerford, Joanne M. Increased Low-Income Vehicle Rebates Rejected
Comerford, Joanne M. Used Car Rebates Rejected
19 Withdrawn
20 Withdrawn
Tarr, Bruce E. Cost of change to state building code requirements Rejected
Rodrigues, Michael J. Technical Amendment Adopted
Tarr, Bruce E. MBTA Carbon Emissions Adopted

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