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The 193rd General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Bill S.1381 193rd (Current)

An Act to increase access to disposable menstrual products

By Ms. Jehlen, a petition (accompanied by bill, Senate, No. 1381) of Patricia D. Jehlen, Rebecca L. Rausch, Jack Patrick Lewis, Angelo J. Puppolo, Jr. and other members of the General Court for legislation to increase access to disposable menstrual products. Public Health.

Bill Information

Presenter:
Patricia D. Jehlen

Petitioners

Name District/Address
Patricia D. Jehlen Second Middlesex
Rebecca L. Rausch Norfolk, Worcester and Middlesex
Jack Patrick Lewis 7th Middlesex
Angelo J. Puppolo, Jr. 12th Hampden
Thomas M. Stanley 9th Middlesex
Michael J. Barrett Third Middlesex
Sal N. DiDomenico Middlesex and Suffolk
Patrick M. O'Connor First Plymouth and Norfolk
Mark C. Montigny Second Bristol and Plymouth
Kathleen R. LaNatra 12th Plymouth
Jacob R. Oliveira Hampden, Hampshire and Worcester
Vanna Howard 17th Middlesex
Brian M. Ashe 2nd Hampden
Manny Cruz 7th Essex
James K. Hawkins 2nd Bristol
Lydia Edwards Third Suffolk
John F. Keenan Norfolk and Plymouth
James B. Eldridge Middlesex and Worcester
Adam Gomez Hampden
Liz Miranda Second Suffolk
Brendan P. Crighton Third Essex
Edward J. Kennedy First Middlesex
Jason M. Lewis Fifth Middlesex
Anne M. Gobi Worcester and Hampshire
John J. Cronin Worcester and Middlesex
Paul W. Mark Berkshire, Hampden, Franklin and Hampshire
Robyn K. Kennedy First Worcester
Joan B. Lovely Second Essex
Susan L. Moran Plymouth and Barnstable

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