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The 192nd General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Order S.3052 192nd (Current)

Order relative to authorizing the joint committee on Public Health to make an investigation and study of certain current Senate documents relative to public health matters

Senate, July 25, 2022 -- The committee on Public Health, to whom was referred the petitions (accompanied by bill, Senate, No. 1451) of John F. Keenan for legislation relative to the prescription monitoring program; (accompanied by bill, Senate, No. 1462) of Jason M. Lewis for legislation relative to the storage of epinephrine at schools; (accompanied by bill, Senate, No. 1483) of Mark C. Montigny for legislation to expand health care proxy access to medical records; and (accompanied by bill, Senate, No. 1489) of Michael O. Moore, Jack Patrick Lewis, Angelo J. Puppolo, Jr., Joan B. Lovely and other members of the General Court for legislation to improve outcomes for sudden cardiac arrest, reports the accompanying Order (Senate, No. 3052).

Bill Information

Joint Committee on Public Health
Referred to Senate Committee on Rules

Order History

Displaying 4 actions for Order S.3052
Date Branch Action
7/25/2022 Senate Reported from the committee on Public Health
7/25/2022 Senate Accompanied by S1451, S1462, S1483 and S1489
7/25/2022 Senate Order reported favorably by committee and referred to the committee on Rules of the two branches, acting concurrently
8/4/2022 Senate Discharged to the committee on Senate Rules

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