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The 192nd General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Report S.11 192nd (Current)

Proposed Joint Rules for the 2021-2022 Legislative Session

Senate, February 4, 2021 -- Text of the proposed Joint Rules recommended by the Temporary Committee on Rules to be adopted as the Joint Rules governing the 2021-2022 legislative session.

Bill Information

Sponsor:
Temporary Committee on Rules

Report History

Displaying 19 actions for Report S.11
Date Branch Action
2/4/2021 Senate Reported from the Temporary Committee on Rules
2/4/2021 Senate Order relative to subject matter adopted
2/4/2021 Senate Placed in the Orders of the Day for Thursday, February 11, 2021
2/11/2021 Senate Amendment #1 (Tarr) rejected -- see Roll Call #16 (6 Yeas to 33 Nays)
2/11/2021 Senate Amendment #2 (Tarr) rejected
2/11/2021 Senate Amendment #3 (DiZoglio) rejected
2/11/2021 Senate Amendment #4 (DiZoglio) rejected
2/11/2021 Senate Amendment #5 (DiZoglio) rejected
2/11/2021 Senate Amendment #6 (DiZoglio) rejected
2/11/2021 Senate Amendment #7 (DiZoglio) rejected
2/11/2021 Senate Amendment #8 (DiZoglio) rejected
2/11/2021 Senate Amendment #9 (DiZoglio) adopted
2/11/2021 Senate Amendment #10 (Timilty) adopted
2/11/2021 Senate Amendment #11 (Keenan) rejected
2/11/2021 Senate Amendment #12 (Keenan) rejected
2/11/2021 Senate Amendment #13 (Tarr) adopted
2/11/2021 Senate Amendment #14 (Eldridge) adopted -- see Roll Call #17 (39 Yeas to 0 Nays)
2/11/2021 Senate Amendment #16 (Tarr) rejected
2/11/2021 Senate Reprinted as amended, see S14

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