Amendment #1007 to H3600

Massachusetts Center for the Book

Representatives Hogan of Stow, Heroux of Attleboro, Dwyer of Woburn, Cantwell of Marshfield, DiZoglio of Methuen, Cutler of Duxbury, Walsh of Framingham, Pignatelli of Lenox, Ultrino of Malden, Ferguson of Holden, Scibak of South Hadley, Vieira of Falmouth, Gifford of Wareham, Cronin of Easton, Provost of Somerville, Linsky of Natick, Ehrlich of Marblehead, Ashe of Longmeadow, Puppolo of Springfield, Khan of Newton, Dykema of Holliston, Garry of Dracut, Arciero of Westford, Kane of Shrewsbury, Vega of Holyoke, Benson of Lunenburg, Ferrante of Gloucester, Kuros of Uxbridge, Calter of Kingston, Kafka of Stoughton, Roy of Franklin, Rushing of Boston, Keefe of Worcester, Kelcourse of Amesbury, Cariddi of North Adams, Higgins of Leominster, Connolly of Cambridge, Galvin of Canton, Garballey of Arlington, Garlick of Needham, Kocot of Northampton, Muratore of Plymouth, Hecht of Watertown, Honan of Boston, Mark of Peru, Hill of Ipswich and Fiola of Fall River move to amend the bill in section 2 by inserting after item 7000-9506 the following item: “7000-9508 For the Massachusetts Center for the Book, Inc., chartered as the Commonwealth Affiliate of the Center for the Book in the Library of Congress; provided, that the Massachusetts Center for the Book, Inc. shall continue its work as a public-private partnership...$250,000”.


Amendment #1007 to H3600

Massachusetts Center for the Book

Representative:

Alice Hanlon Peisch

James M. Murphy

Marjorie C. Decker

Michelle M. DuBois