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The 192nd General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Amendment S.35 192nd (Current)

Senate, March 18, 2021 -- The committee on Senate Ways and Means to whom was referred the House Bill financing a program for improvements to the Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund and providing relief to employers and workers in the Commonwealth (House, No. 90); 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 35. (Net State Cost: $351,000,000.00)

Bill Information

Sponsor:
Senate Committee on Ways and Means
Displaying 25 Senate Amendments
Clerk # Sponsor Title Action
1
(Redraft)
Jehlen, Patricia D. Commission on Unemployment Trust Fund Solvency Adopted
2
Rausch, Rebecca L. Temporary Corporate Tax Rate Restoration to Offset Revenue Losses Rejected
3
Tarr, Bruce E. Enhancing Penalties for Unemployment Fraud Rejected YEAS 9 - NAYS 31
4
Tarr, Bruce E. Authorizing use of federal stimulus funds for the UI trust fund Rejected
5
(Redraft)
Jehlen, Patricia D. Notification of tax relief Adopted
6
O'Connor, Patrick M. COVID-19 Unemployment Gap Coverage Rejected YEAS 6 - NAYS 33
7
DiZoglio, Diana Amendment to continue expanded take-out/delivery options in response to COVID-19 Rejected YEAS 9 - NAYS 30
8
DiZoglio, Diana Amendment relative to third-party delivery cost containment for restaurants Rejected YEAS 8 - NAYS 31
9
DiZoglio, Diana Amendment relative to business interruption insurance Withdrawn
10
DiZoglio, Diana Amendment establishing COVID-19 Nascent Business Relief Fund Rejected YEAS 8 - NAYS 31
11
DiZoglio, Diana Amendment relative to business interruption insurance Rejected
12
Moore, Michael O. Community Action Agencies Withdrawn
13
Tarr, Bruce E. Taxation of pass-through entities Rejected
14
Lovely, Joan B. Real estate tax abatements to help Phase IV businesses Withdrawn
15
Gobi, Anne M. Providing for the protection of emergency first responders from dismissal Withdrawn
16
Tarr, Bruce E. PPP eligible forgiveness Withdrawn
17
Moore, Michael O. Reporting on COVID Spending Withdrawn
18
Moore, Michael O. Equalizing DOR Interest Rates Rejected
19
Moore, Michael O. Tax Amnesty Rejected
20
Feeney, Paul R. Providing relief to additional middle-income unemployed workers Withdrawn
21
Feeney, Paul R. Providing relief to all unemployed workers consistent with Federal act Withdrawn
22
(2nd Redraft)
Rodrigues, Michael J. Corrective Amendment Adopted
23
Collins, Nick Retirement Credit for Essential Workers Withdrawn
24
Collins, Nick Retroactive reimbursement Withdrawn
25
Moore, Michael O. Employee Eligibility Withdrawn

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