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The 193rd General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Bill H.4245 192nd (2021 - 2022)

An Act providing for provisional licensure for speech-language pathologists

Bill Information

Sponsor:
Joint Committee on Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure

Cosponsors/Original Petitioners

Name District/Address
Paul McMurtry This sponsor is an original petitioner. * 11th Norfolk
Nick Collins This sponsor is an original petitioner. * First Suffolk
Marcos A. Devers This sponsor is an original petitioner. * 16th Essex
Michael D. Brady This sponsor is an original petitioner. * Second Plymouth and Bristol
Christopher Hendricks This sponsor is an original petitioner. * 11th Bristol
David F. DeCoste This sponsor is an original petitioner. * 5th Plymouth
William C. Galvin This sponsor is an original petitioner. * 6th Norfolk
Brian M. Ashe This sponsor is an original petitioner. * 2nd Hampden
Brian W. Murray This sponsor is an original petitioner. * 10th Worcester
Kimberly N. Ferguson This sponsor is an original petitioner. * 1st Worcester
Patrick M. O'Connor This sponsor is an original petitioner. * Plymouth and Norfolk
Hannah Kane This sponsor is an original petitioner. * 11th Worcester
Steven Ultrino This sponsor is an original petitioner. * 33rd Middlesex
David M. Rogers This sponsor is an original petitioner. * 24th Middlesex
Sean Garballey This sponsor is an original petitioner. * 23rd Middlesex
* — Sponsor is an original petitioner.

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