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The 192nd General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Amendment S.2851 192nd (Current)

Senate, - The committee on Rules to whom was referred House Bill relative to work and family mobility (House, No. 4470); reports, recommending that the same ought to pass with an amendment striking out all after the enacting clause and inserting in place thereof the text of Senate document numbered 2851.

Bill Information

Sponsor:
Senate Committee on Rules

Bill History

Displaying 1 to 25 of 26 actions for Bill S.2851
Date Branch Action
4/28/2022 Senate Reported from the committee on Senate Rules
4/28/2022 Senate Recommended new text for H4470
4/28/2022 Senate Order relative to subject matter adopted
5/5/2022 Senate Amendment #2 (Tarr) rejected -see Roll Call #161 (Yeas 8 to Nays 31)
5/5/2022 Senate Amendment #3 (Tarr) rejected -see Roll Call #162 (Yeas 7 to Nays 32)
5/5/2022 Senate Amendment #4 (Tarr) rejected
5/5/2022 Senate Amendment #5 (Tarr) rejected
5/5/2022 Senate Amendment #6 (Tarr) rejected
5/5/2022 Senate Amendment #7 (Fattman) rejected -see Roll Call #163 (Yeas 10 to Nays 29)
5/5/2022 Senate Amendment #8 (Tarr) laid aside as duplicative
5/5/2022 Senate Amendment #9 (Pacheco) laid aside as beyond the scope of the bill
5/5/2022 Senate Amendment #10 (Tarr) rejected -see Roll Call #164 (Yeas 9 to Nays 30)
5/5/2022 Senate Amendment #12 (Tarr) rejected
5/5/2022 Senate Amendment #13 (Tarr) rejected
5/5/2022 Senate Amendment #17 (Tarr) rejected
5/5/2022 Senate Amendment #18 (Tarr) rejected
5/5/2022 Senate Amendment #20 (Tarr) rejected
5/5/2022 Senate Amendment #21 (Tarr) rejected
5/5/2022 Senate Amendment #22 (Velis) rejected
5/5/2022 Senate Amendment #23 (Tarr) rejected
5/5/2022 Senate Amendment #24 (Velis) rejected
5/5/2022 Senate Amendment #25 (Tarr) rejected -see Roll Call #165 (Yeas 7 to Nays 31)
5/5/2022 Senate Amendment #11 (Crighton) adopted
5/5/2022 Senate Reprinted as amended, see S2872
5/5/2022 Senate Substituted, as amended for H4470

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