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The 193rd General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Bill S.2475 192nd (2021 - 2022)

An Act relative to extending certain COVID-19 measures adopted during the state of emergency.

Bill Information

Covid-19 measures extension
Special Attachments:
JR11A Report -- COVID-19 measures

Emergency Preamble

Whereas, The deferred operation of this act would tend to defeat its purpose, which is to which is to extend certain COVID-19 measures adopted during the state of emergency, therefore it is hereby declared to be an emergency law, necessary for the immediate preservation of the public health.

Bill History

Displaying 13 actions for Bill S.2475
Date Branch Action
6/15/2021 Senate Reported from the committee on conference
6/15/2021 Senate Reported on a part of S2472
6/15/2021 Senate Rules suspended
6/15/2021 Senate Committee of conference report accepted
6/15/2021 House Referred to the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling
6/15/2021 House Committee reported that the matter be placed in the Orders of the Day for the next sitting, the question being on acceptance
6/15/2021 House Rules suspended
6/15/2021 House Committee of conference report accepted, in concurrence
6/15/2021 House Emergency preamble adopted
6/15/2021 Senate Emergency preamble adopted
6/15/2021 House Enacted - 150 YEAS to 10 NAYS (See YEA and NAY No. 46 )
6/15/2021 Senate Enacted and laid before the Governor
6/16/2021 Executive Signed by the Governor, Chapter 20 of the Acts of 2021

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