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The 192nd General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Bill S.548 192nd (Current)

An Act relative to crumbling concrete foundations

By Ms. Gobi, a petition (accompanied by bill, Senate, No. 548) of Anne M. Gobi, Eric P. Lesser, Brian M. Ashe, Joanne M. Comerford and other members of the General Court for legislation relative to crumbling concrete foundations. Environment, Natural Resources and Agriculture.

Bill Information

Presenter:
Anne M. Gobi
Status:
Referred to Joint Committee on Environment, Natural Resources and Agriculture

Cosponsors

Name District/Address
Anne M. Gobi Worcester, Hampden, Hampshire and Middlesex
Eric P. Lesser First Hampden and Hampshire
Brian M. Ashe 2nd Hampden
Joanne M. Comerford Hampshire, Franklin and Worcester
Kimberly N. Ferguson 1st Worcester
Lindsay N. Sabadosa 1st Hampshire
Jacob R. Oliveira 7th Hampden
Donald R. Berthiaume, Jr. 5th Worcester
Timothy R. Whelan 1st Barnstable
Angelo J. Puppolo, Jr. 12th Hampden
Joseph D. McKenna 18th Worcester
Ryan C. Fattman Worcester and Norfolk
David Henry Argosky LeBoeuf 17th Worcester
Todd M. Smola 1st Hampden
James B. Eldridge Middlesex and Worcester
Michael O. Moore Second Worcester
Hannah Kane 11th Worcester
Marcos A. Devers 16th Essex
Harriette L. Chandler First Worcester
David K. Muradian, Jr. 9th Worcester
Susan L. Moran Plymouth and Barnstable
Brian W. Murray 10th Worcester
Susannah M. Whipps 2nd Franklin
Patrick M. O'Connor Plymouth and Norfolk
Jack Patrick Lewis 7th Middlesex
James J. O'Day 14th Worcester

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