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The 192nd General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Bill S.1605 192nd (Current)

An Act requiring healthcare employers to develop and implement programs to prevent workplace violence

By Ms. Lovely, a petition (accompanied by bill, Senate, No. 1605) of Joan B. Lovely, Steven G. Xiarhos, Diana DiZoglio, John H. Rogers and other members of the General Court for legislation to require healthcare employers to develop and implement programs to prevent workplace violence. Public Safety and Homeland Security.

Bill Information

Presenter:
Joan B. Lovely
Status:
Referred to Senate Committee on Ways and Means

Cosponsors

Name District/Address
Joan B. Lovely Second Essex
Steven G. Xiarhos 5th Barnstable
Diana DiZoglio First Essex
John H. Rogers 12th Norfolk
Carol A. Doherty 3rd Bristol
Joseph W. McGonagle, Jr. 28th Middlesex
Michael D. Brady Second Plymouth and Bristol
Jessica Ann Giannino 16th Suffolk
Joanne M. Comerford Hampshire, Franklin and Worcester
Michael O. Moore Second Worcester
Brian M. Ashe 2nd Hampden
Walter F. Timilty Norfolk, Bristol and Plymouth
David Henry Argosky LeBoeuf 17th Worcester
Jonathan D. Zlotnik 2nd Worcester
Hannah Kane 11th Worcester
Adam J. Scanlon 14th Bristol
Maria Duaime Robinson 6th Middlesex
Sal N. DiDomenico Middlesex and Suffolk
John J. Cronin Worcester and Middlesex
Paul R. Feeney Bristol and Norfolk
Adam G. Hinds Berkshire, Hampshire, Franklin and Hampden
Erika Uyterhoeven 27th Middlesex
Marc R. Pacheco First Plymouth and Bristol

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