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The 191st General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Proposal for Constitutional Amendment S.16 191st (Current)

Proposal for a legislative amendment to the Constitution to provide resources for education and transportation through an additional tax on incomes in excess of one million dollars

By Mr. Lewis, a petition (accompanied by proposal for constitutional amendment, Senate, No. 16) of Jason M. Lewis, Mike Connolly, Jack Patrick Lewis, Julian Cyr and other members of the General Court for a legislative amendment to the Constitution to provide resources for education and transportation through an additional tax on incomes in excess of one million dollars. Revenue.

Bill Information

Presenter:
Jason M. Lewis

Proposal for Constitutional Amendment History

Displaying 9 actions for Proposal for Constitutional Amendment SD.1709
Date Branch Action
1/18/2019 Senate Petition filed
1/22/2019 Senate Referred to the committee on Revenue
1/22/2019 House House concurred
3/21/2019 Joint Hearing scheduled for 04/11/2019 from 11:00 AM-05:00 PM in Gardner Auditorium
4/25/2019 Senate Proposal for Constitutional Amendment reported favorably by committee and placed on file
4/25/2019 House Proposal for Constitutional Amendment reported adversely by committee and placed on file
5/6/2019 Senate Called for consideration in the joint session
5/8/2019 Senate Joint session held and recessed to Wednesday, June 12, 2019
6/12/2019 Senate Joint session held and recessed to Wednesday, November 13, 2019

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