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CALENDAR
 
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Friday, July 27, 2018.
 
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 [At eleven o’clock A. M.]
 
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ORDERS OF THE DAY.
 
 
 
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3. [H. 785] Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Chris Grammaticas (House, No. 785). 3d. [03/09/17.] [Cronin-Murphy.]

 

 

11. [H. 3452] Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Kevin Blake, an employee of the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (House, No. 3452). 3d. [04/05/17.] [Parisella-Murphy.]

 

 

14. [H. 1114] Bill authorizing the town of Westport to convey a non-exclusive access easement in a portion of town property at 493 Old County Road to benefit 497 Old County Road (House, No. 1114). 3d. [04/20/17.] [O'Day-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

 

 

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17. [H. 1121] Bill regarding town meeting articles in the town of Framingham (House, No. 1121). 3d. [04/20/17.] [O'Day-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

24. [H. 1450] Bill authorizing the town of Ware to exempt David A. Powers from the maximum age requirement for applying for civil service appointment as a firefighter (House, No. 1450). 3d. [05/04/17.] [Parisella-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

27. [H. 3450] Engrossed Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Marie Visco, an employee of the Department of Public Health (see House, No. 3450, amended). [Parisella-Murphy.] 

    [Returned by His Excellency the Governor with recommendation of amendment (for message, see House, No. 3675).]

       [Amended by the House in line 3 by striking out the words "employee of the commonwealth who is related to Marie Visco and any"; and by inserting before the enacting clause the following emergency preamble:

               "Whereas, The deferred operation of this act would tend to defeat its purpose, which is to establish forthwith a sick leave bank for a certain employee of the department of public health, therefore it is hereby declared to be an emergency law, necessary for the immediate preservation of the public convenience.".]

       [Referred to the committee on Bills in the Third Reading – 05/08/17.]

 

 

32. [H. 1602] Bill enhancing the volunteer service tax reduction for veterans (House, No. 1602). 3d. [05/10/17.] [Kaufman-Murphy.]

 

38. [H. 3303] Bill relative to exempted accommodations (House, No. 3303). 3d. [05/11/17.] [Kaufman-Murphy.] [Reported on Senate, No. 1601.]

 

 

44. [H. 249] Bill relative to the powers and duties of a regional school district (House, No. 249). 3d. [05/24/17.] [Peisch-Murphy.]

 

 

48. [H. 1691] Bill declaring the third Saturday of the month of October as Massachusetts minutemen and militia day (House, No. 1691, changed). 3d. [05/25/17.] [Benson-Murphy.] [Reported on House, No. 1692.]

       [Changed in line 6 by inserting after the word "all" the word "Massachusetts".]

 

 

49. [H. 2676] Resolve relative to the commemoration of Governor James and General John Sullivan (House, No. 2676). 3d. [05/25/17.] [Benson-Murphy.]

 

 

50. [H. 2680] Bill relative to recognition of the "Honor and Remember" flag in the Commonwealth (House, No. 2680). 3d. [05/25/17.] [Benson-Murphy.]

 

 

51. [H. 3667] Bill relative to local control of boat excise revenue (House, No. 3667). 3d. [05/25/17.] [Kaufman-Murphy.] [Reported on House, No. 1634.]

 

 

53. [S. 1567] Bill clarifying occupancy excise and internet hotel room resellers (printed as Senate, No. 1567). 3d. [06/07/17.] [Kaufman-Murphy.] [Reported on House, No. 3324.]

54. [H. 2788] Bill granting the city of Somerville the authority to require the adoption of institutional master plans subject to the review and approval by the municipality (House, No. 2788). 3d. [06/07/17.] [O'Day-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

55. [H. 2923] Bill designating a certain area in the Dorchester section of the city of Boston in memory of Carl E. Hosea, Jr. (House, No. 2923). 3d. [06/07/17.] [Pignatelli-Murphy.]

 

 

56. [H. 3660] Bill requiring the hands-free use of mobile telephones while driving (House, No. 3660). 3d. [06/07/17.] [Straus-Murphy.] [Reported on House Nos. 1882, 1892 and 3444.]

 

 

62. [H. 302] Bill relative to school threats (House, No. 302). 3d. [06/08/17.] [Peisch-Murphy.]

 

 

73. [H. 137] Bill allowing businesses to sign up for the "Do Not Call" list (House, No. 137). 3d. [06/21/17.] [Chan-Murphy.]

 

 

78. [H. 169] Bill relative to unsolicited credit cards, checks, and vouchers by mail (House, No. 169). 3d. [06/23/17.] [Chan-Murphy.]

 

 

79. [H. 172] Bill regulating residential paving (House, No. 172). 3d. [06/23/17.] [Chan-Murphy.]

 

 

 

 

81. [H. 1163] Bill granting equal access to original birth certificates to all persons born in Massachusetts (House, No. 1163). 3d. [06/23/17.] [Hogan-Murphy.] [Reported on Senate, No. 1195.]

 

 

87. [H. 1242] Bill relative to critical incident intervention by emergency service providers (House, No. 1242). 3d. [06/29/17.] [Naughton-Murphy.]

 

 

88. [H. 1251] Bill relative to increasing hotel and motel safety (House, No. 1251). 3d. [06/29/17.] [Naughton-Murphy.]

 

 

89. [H. 1266] Bill relative to hidden compartments (House, No. 1266). 3d. [06/29/17.] [Naughton-Murphy.]

 

 

90. [H. 2500] Bill enhancing child safety (House, No. 2500). 3d. [06/29/17.] [Naughton-Murphy.]

 

 

92. [H. 3782] Bill designating a portion of Route 3 as the Middlesex 3 highway (House, No. 3782). 3d. [06/29/17.] [Straus-Murphy.] [Reported on House Bill No. 1841.]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

108. [H. 3819] Engrossed Bill requiring certain electronic toll collection fee notifications by the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (see House, No. 3819). [Sánchez-Murphy.]

         [Being the text contained in Section 5 of the General Appropriation Bill (see House, No. 3800), which had been returned by His Excellency the Governor with recommendation of amendment (for message, see House, No. 3828, Attachment C).]

          [Referred to the committee on Bills in the Third Reading – 07/19/17.]

 

 

113. [H. 3824] Engrossed Bill relative to the Massachusetts Bay Community College allied health academic facility (see House, No. 3824). [Sánchez-Murphy.]

         [Being the text contained in Section 87 of the General Appropriation Bill (see House, No. 3800), which had been returned by His Excellency the Governor with recommendation of amendment (for message, see House, No. 3828, Attachment H).]

          [Referred to the committee on Bills in the Third Reading – 07/19/17.]

 

 

114. [H. 3825] Engrossed Bill relative to transfers from the General Fund to the Stabilization Fund (see House, No. 3825). [Sánchez-Murphy.]

         [Being the text contained in Section 109 of the General Appropriation Bill (see House, No. 3800), which had been returned by His Excellency the Governor with recommendation of amendment (for message, see House, No. 3828, Attachment I).]

          [Referred to the committee on Bills in the Third Reading – 07/19/17.]

 

115. [H. 3826] Engrossed Bill relative to a report on additional tax reporting requirements (see House, No. 3826). [Sánchez-Murphy.]

         [Being the text contained in Section 125 of the General Appropriation Bill (see House, No. 3800), which had been returned by His Excellency the Governor with recommendation of amendment (for message, see House, No. 3828, Attachment J).]

          [Referred to the committee on Bills in the Third Reading – 07/19/17.]

 

 

106. [H. 184] Bill prohibiting intentional misrepresentation by a business of its location (House, No. 184). 3d. [07/20/17.] [Chan-Murphy.]

 

 

119. [H. 187] Bill relative to the sale of children's jewelry (House, No. 187). 3d. [07/26/17.] [Chan-Murphy.] [Senator Fattman, of the committee on Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure, dissents.]

 

 

120. [H. 203] Bill relative to issuing prize payments to charities (House, No. 203). 3d. [07/26/17.] [Chan-Murphy.]

 

 

122. [H. 1985] Bill updating chapter 93H data security protections to include biometric information (House, No. 1985). 3d. [07/26/17.] [Chan-Murphy.]

 

 

126. [H. 3774] Bill providing for the appointment of members of the Dalton Redevelopment Authority (House, No. 3774). 3d. [07/26/17.] [O'Day-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

128. [H. 3786] Bill amending the act establishing a Department of Inspectional Services in the city of Lynn (House, No. 3786). 3d. [07/26/17.] [O'Day-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

101. [H. 3265] Bill requiring the use of helmets for equine riders and drivers (House, No. 3265). 3d. [07/27/17.] [Naughton-Murphy.]

 

 

131. [H. 212] Bill relative to the wholesale of malt beverages produced by a pub brewery (House, No. 212). 3d. [07/27/17.] [Chan-Murphy.]

 

 

132. [H. 1993] Bill making municipalities eligible to attend auctions for the purchase of motor vehicles (House, No. 1993). 3d. [07/27/17.] [Chan-Murphy.]

 

 

133. [H. 1994] Bill regulating the granting of temporary licenses for the sale of wine, beer, and malt liquor at auctions (House, No. 1994). 3d. [07/27/17.] [Chan-Murphy.]

 

 

134. [H. 2824] Bill to allow non-profits to purchase alcohol from retail package stores for charitable events (House, No. 2824). 3d. [07/27/17.] [Chan-Murphy.]

 

 

136. [H. 128] Bill relative to smart growth housing production (House, No. 128). 3d. [08/03/17.] [Honan-Murphy.] [Representatives Diehl of Whitman and DeCoste of Norwell, of the committee on Housing, dissent.]

 

 

137. [H. 2794] Bill authorizing the town of Nantucket to impose a real estate transfer fee for affordable and workforce housing (House, No. 2794). 3d. [08/03/17.] [Kaufman-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.] [Representative Durant of Spencer, of the committee on Revenue, dissents.]

 

 

138. [H. 3761] Bill authorizing the town of Nantucket to supply itself and its inhabitants with water (House, No. 3761). 3d. [08/03/17.] [Pignatelli-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

141. [H. 1806] Bill designating Marshfield as the home of Senator Daniel Webster and Governor Edward Winslow (House, No. 1806). 3d. [08/17/17.] [Straus-Murphy.]

 

 

145. [H. 3836] Bill authorizing the municipalities of Natick and Framingham to name certain bridges (House, No. 3836). 3d. [08/17/17.] [O'Day-Murphy.]

 

 

150. [H. 3854] Bill to promote urban agriculture and horticulture (House, No. 3854). 3d. [08/28/17.] [Kaufman-Murphy.] [Reported on Senate No. 1532 and House No. 3338.]

 

 

151. [H. 3856] Bill relative to expanding agricultural land (House, No. 3856). 3d. [08/28/17.] [Kaufman-Murphy.] [Reported on House Nos. 1465 and 3350.]

 

 

 

152. [H. 3859] Bill authorizing the town of Provincetown to impose a 0.5% real estate transfer fee (House, No. 3859). 3d. [08/28/17.] [Kaufman-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.] [Reported on House No. 2638.] [Representative Durant of Spencer, of the committee on Revenue, dissents.]

 

 

158. [H. 2186] Bill relative to single risk limitations (House, No. 2186). 3d. [09/07/17.] [Michlewitz-Murphy.]

 

 

159. [S. 2117] Bill (S.) establishing a sick leave bank for David Lamkin, an employee of the Department of Correction (Senate, No. 2117, amended). 3d. [09/11/17.] [Parisella-Murphy.]

        [Amended by the Senate by inserting before the enacting clause the following emergency preamble:-

              "Whereas, The deferred operation of this act would tend to defeat its purpose, which is to establish forthwith a sick leave bank for a certain employee of the department of correction, therefore it is hereby declared to be an emergency law, necessary for the immediate preservation of the public convenience.".]

 

 

160. [H. 567] Bill relative to title insurance closing protection letters (House, No. 567). 3d. [09/11/17.] [Michlewitz-Murphy.]

 

 

164. [H. 3875] Bill dissolving the Redevelopment Authority in the town of Ashland (House, No. 3875). 3d. [09/14/17.] [O'Day-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

166. [H. 3863] Bill authorizing the town of Athol to establish a special fund for the town of Athol Public Library (House, No. 3863). 3d. [09/18/17.] [O'Day-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

173. [H. 3906] Bill relative to clarifying property tax exemptions for solar and wind systems (House, No. 3906). 3d. [09/27/17.] [Kaufman-Murphy.] [Reported on House, Nos. 1487, 2651 and 3310.]

 

 

175. [H. 3882] Bill authorizing the city of Somerville to impose impact fees for any development project for the purposes of funding the Green Line Extension (House, No. 3882). 3d. [09/28/17.] [O'Day-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

180. [H. 2087] Bill relative to establishing a charter commission (House, No. 2087). 3d. [10/04/17.] [Mahoney-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

187. [H. 3929] Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Brenda Fitzgerald-Mello, an employee of the Department of Children and Families (House, No. 3929). 3d. [10/10/17.] [Parisella-Murphy.]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

84. [H. 3754] Engrossed Bill authorizing the town of Dracut to grant 4 additional licenses for the sale of alcoholic beverages to be drunk on the premises (see House, No. 3754, amended). [Benson-Murphy.] [Reported on House, No. 2817.] [Local Approval Received.]

     [Returned by His Excellency the Governor with recommendation of amendment (for message, see House, No. 3954).]

        [Amended by the House in section 1, in lines 6 and 7, by striking out the sentence contained in those lines and inserting in place thereof the following sentence: "A license granted pursuant to this section shall be clearly marked on its face 'B-3 Business District' and shall be subject to all of said chapter 138 except section 17.".]

        [Referred to the committee on Bills in the Third Reading – 10/16/17.]

 

 

193. [H. 3907] Bill relative to fuel cell technology (House, No. 3907). 3d. [10/17/17.] [Kaufman-Murphy.] [Reported on House, No. 1492.]

 

 

195. [H. 2128] Bill relative to cool season grass seed (House, No. 2128). 3d. [10/19/17.] [Pignatelli-Murphy.]

 

 

200. [H. 2155] Bill requiring legal aviation service worker training (House, No. 2155). 3d. [10/25/17.] [Dykema-Murphy.]

 

 

216. [H. 3936] Bill requiring medical exams for certain school bus drivers (House, No. 3936). 3d. [11/06/17.] [Straus-Murphy.] [Reported on House, No. 1877.]

 

225. [H. 4001] Bill relative to the establishment of a means tested senior citizen property tax exemption (House, No. 4001). 3d. [11/09/17.] [Kaufman-Murphy.] [Reported on Senate No. 1506 and House Nos. 1524, 1644 and 2610.]

 

 

226. [H. 3990] Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Patricia Burnette, an employee of the Department of Mental Health (House, No. 3990). 3d. [11/13/17.] [Parisella-Murphy.]

 

 

227. [S. 2166] Bill (S.) establishing a sick leave bank for Donna Paul, an employee of the Department of Correction (Senate, No. 2166). 3d. [11/20/17.] [Parisella-Murphy.]

 

 

228. [H. 4004] Bill relative to property tax exemptions for rental properties in the town of Lincoln deed restricted as affordable housing (House, No. 4004). 3d. [11/20/17.] [Kaufman-Murphy.] [Reported on House, No. 3693.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

230. [H. 4042] Bill relative to failed septic systems (House, No. 4042). 3d. [11/22/17.] [Pignatelli-Murphy.] [Reported on House, Nos. 2941 and 2942.]

 

 

231. [H. 4003] Bill relative to property tax deferrals for seniors (House, No. 4003). 3d. [11/30/17.] [Kaufman-Murphy.] [Reported on House, No. 3342.]

 

 

 

237. [H. 4020] Bill authorizing the Silver Lake Regional School District to convey drainage easements to the town of Kingston (House, No. 4020). 3d. [12/11/17.] [O'Day-Murphy.]

 

 

238. [H. 2135] Bill relative to shellfish reefs and water quality (House, No. 2135). 3d. [12/14/17.] [Pignatelli-Murphy.]

 

 

239. [H. 3370] Bill relative to the Fort Devens Museum (House, No. 3370). 3d. [12/14/17.] [Benson-Murphy.]

 

 

240. [H. 3865] Bill authorizing the town of Provincetown to continue the employment of Michael Trovato (House, No. 3865). 3d. [12/14/17.] [Parisella-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

244. [H. 1804] Bill establishing the George Washington memorial highway (House, No. 1804). 3d. [12/18/17.] [Straus-Murphy.]

 

 

246. [H. 1431] Bill clarifying call firefighter rights (House, No. 1431). 3d. [12/21/17.] [Parisella-Murphy.]

 

 

249. [H. 3711] Bill relative to the assessment of betterments for improvements to private ways in the town of Sandwich (House, No. 3711). 3d. [12/28/17.] [Kaufman-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

250. [H. 1915] Bill relative to drivers licenses for international students (House, No. 1915). 3d. [01/05/18.] [Straus-Murphy.]

 

 

252. [H. 4053] Bill relative to the Board of Building Regulations and Standards (House, No. 4053). 3d. [01/05/18.] [Benson-Murphy.] [Reported on House, No. 1722.]

 

 

254. [H. 4049] Bill relative to the board of park commissioners of the town of Dunstable (House, No. 4049). 3d. [01/11/18.] [Stanley-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

255. [H. 4064] Bill relative to tax titles in the town of East Bridgewater (House, No. 4064). 3d. [01/11/18.] [Kaufman-Murphy.] [Reported on House, No. 1505.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

256. [H. 4066] Bill relative to the electronic filing of certain forms used in property valuation (House, No. 4066). 3d. [01/11/18.] [Kaufman-Murphy.] [Reported on House, No. 1636.]

 

 

257. [H. 4091] Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Gayle Vassallo, an employee of the Department of Developmental Services (House, No. 4091). 3d. [01/11/18.] [Parisella-Murphy.]

 

 

258. [H. 4092] Bill providing for the terms of certain bonds issued by the Commonwealth (printed in House, No. 4092). 3d. [01/11/18.] [Cabral-Sánchez-Murphy.]

 

 

259. [H. 4100] Bill relative to the move over law (House, No. 4100). 3d. [01/11/18.] [Straus-Murphy.] [Reported on House, No. 1871.]

 

 

267. [H. 3157] Bill expanding educational opportunities for vocational students (House, No. 3157). 3d. [01/18/18.] [Brodeur-Murphy.]

 

 

280. [H. 1922] Resolutions memorializing the Congress of the United States to declare the city of Quincy as the most patriotic city in America (House, No. 1922). Question on adoption. [Lawn-Murphy.]

 

 

281. [H. 1782] Bill to expand membership opportunities in local cultural councils (House, No. 1782). 3d. [01/24/18.] [Atkins-Murphy.]

 

 

284. [S. 1723] Bill (S.) designating May 6 as Moyamoya Disease Awareness Day (Senate, No. 1723). 3d. [01/25/18.] [Benson-Murphy.]

 

 

285. [H. 1788] Bill relative to procurement services for artists (House, No. 1788). 3d. [01/25/18.] [Atkins-Murphy.]

 

 

288. [H. 1077] Bill to hold property owners accountable for recurring public nuisance (House, No. 1077). 3d. [01/29/18.] [O'Day-Murphy.]

 

 

289. [H. 1085] Bill relative to regional stabilization funds (House, No. 1085). 3d. [01/29/18.] [O'Day-Murphy.]

 

290. [H. 1243] Bill to enhance child passenger safety (House, No. 1243). 3d. [01/29/18.] [Naughton-Murphy.]

 

 

291. [H. 2509] Bill relative to the maximum storage charges on motor vehicles involuntarily towed (House, No. 2509). 3d. [01/29/18.] [Naughton-Murphy.]

 

 

292. [H. 2673] Bill relative to restricted vital records (House, No. 2673). 3d. [01/29/18.] [Benson-Murphy.]

 

 

294. [H. 4086] Bill relative to boards and commissions of the city of Boston (House, No. 4086). 3d. [01/29/18.] [O'Day-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

297. [H. 305] Bill relative to hazing in schools (House, No. 305). 3d. [01/31/18.] [Peisch-Murphy.]

 

 

298. [H. 1098] Bill authorizing the town of Marshfield to withdraw from the Metropolitan Area Planning District (House, No. 1098). 3d. [01/31/18.] [O'Day-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

299. [H. 1109] Bill relative to vacant and abandoned property in the Commonwealth (House, No. 1109). 3d. [01/31/18.] [O'Day-Murphy.]

 

 

301. [H. 2418] Bill relative to electric signatures for town warrants (House, No. 2418). 3d. [02/01/18.] [O'Day-Murphy.]

 

304. [H. 1117] Bill supporting our natural landmarks (House, No. 1117). 3d. [02/05/18.] [O'Day-Murphy.]

 

 

305. [H. 1831] Bill relative to motorcycle inspections (House, No. 1831). 3d. [02/05/18.] [Straus-Murphy.]

 

 

306. [H. 1852] Bill relative to train culverts in the town of Lynnfield (House, No. 1852). 3d. [02/05/18.] [Straus-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

308. [H. 4117] Bill relative to shellfishing permits for veterans (House, No. 4117). 3d. [02/05/18.] [Pignatelli-Murphy.]

 

 

309. [H. 1116] Bill regarding municipal fines (House, No. 1116). 3d. [02/06/18.] [O'Day-Murphy.]

 

 

310. [H. 2116] Bill providing for the establishment of sustainable water resource funds (House, No. 2116). 3d. [02/06/18.] [Pignatelli-Murphy.]

 

 

315. [S. 2156] Bill (S.) establishing a special fund for recaptured funds from demolition liens or related grants in the town of Fairhaven (Senate, No. 2156). 3d. [02/07/18.] [O'Day-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

322. [H. 4145] Bill relative to representation on the board of trustees for soldiers' memorials in the town of Orange (House, No. 4145). 3d. [02/07/18.] [O'Day-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

323. [H. 4170] Bill relative to the STEM Advisory Council (House, No. 4170). 3d. [02/07/18.] [Wagner-Murphy.] [Reported on House, No. 2003.]

 

 

324. [H. 1653] Bill designating the month of October as adopt a shelter dog month (House, No. 1653). 3d. [02/08/18.] [Benson-Murphy.]

 

 

325. [H. 2718] Bill designating Concord Road in the town of Westford as the Colonel John Robinson memorial highway (House, No. 2718). 3d. [02/08/18.] [Straus-Murphy.]

 

 

327. [H. 1111] Bill relative to authorizing governmental bodies and other approved parties to use shared legal representation and consultants in matters of common interest (House, No. 1111). 3d. [02/12/18.] [O'Day-Murphy.]

 

 

328. [H. 3369] Bill protecting information relating to the religious affiliation of an individual (House, No. 3369). 3d. [02/12/18.] [Benson-Murphy.]

 

 

339. [H. 2969] Bill relative to principle-based reserving for life insurance (House, No. 2969). 3d. [03/01/18.] [Michlewitz-Roy-Murphy.]

 

 

342. [H. 1003] Bill relative to membership in an employee organizations (House, No. 1003). 3d. [03/05/18.] [Brodeur-Murphy.]

 

 

 

 

343. [H. 1860] Bill to clarify penalties for violations occurring while driving with a hardship license (House, No. 1860). 3d. [03/05/18.] [Straus-Murphy.]

 

 

344. [H. 1861] Bill protecting motorists and emergency personnel (House, No. 1861). 3d. [03/05/18.] [Straus-Murphy.]

 

 

346. [H. 4235] Bill relative to anti-litigation provisions in condominium documents (House, No. 4235). 3d. [03/09/18.] [Cronin-Murphy.] [Reported on House, No. 752.]

 

 

347. [H. 4236] Bill relative to construction defect claims by condominium owners (House, No. 4236). 3d. [03/09/18.] [Cronin-Murphy.] [Reported on House, No. 753.]

 

 

37. [H. 2623] Bill authorizing the town of Charlemont to establish a tax on commercial recreation services (House, No. 2623). Question on concurring with the Senate in its amendment. [Kaufman-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

         [Amended by the Senate by striking out all after the enacting clause and inserting in place thereof the text contained in Senate document numbered 2356.]

          [Referred to the committee on Bills in the Third Reading – 03/21/18.]

 

 

386. [H. 3682] Bill relative to fair and accurate motor vehicle insurance quotes (House, No. 3682). 3d. [03/21/18.] [Michlewitz-Murphy.]

 

387. [H. 4107] Bill to establish an early retirement incentive program for Barnstable County (House, No. 4107). 3d. [03/21/18.] [Parisella-Murphy.]

 

 

389. [H. 4069] Bill electronic vehicle charging stations (House, No. 4069). 3d. [03/26/18.] [Straus-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

391. [S. 1819] Bill (S.) designating March as fibromuscular dysplasia awareness month (Senate, No. 1819, amended). 3d. [04/02/18.] [Benson-Murphy.]

        [Amended by the Senate by inserting before the enacting clause the following emergency preamble:

               "Whereas, The deferred operation of this act would tend to defeat its purpose, which is to designate by proclamation of the Governor the month of March as Fibromuscular Dysplasia Awareness Month, therefore it is declared to be an emergency law, necessary for the immediate preservation of the public convenience.".]

 

 

392. [S. 2265] Bill (S.) relative to the General Lafayette Trail (Senate, No. 2265). 3d. [04/02/18.] [Straus-Murphy.]

 

 

393. [H. 2778] Bill relative to elections in the city known as the town of Greenfield (House, No. 2778). 3d. [04/02/18.] [Mahoney-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

408. [H. 2465] Bill relative to agricultural commission input on board of health regulations (House, No. 2465). 3d. [04/09/18.] [Hogan-Murphy.]

413. [H. 3534] Bill honoring Bob Cousy (House, No. 3534). 3d. [04/17/18.] [Straus-Murphy.]

 

 

418. [H. 1667] Bill designating Dysautonomia & POTS Awareness Month (House, No. 1667). 3d. [04/19/18.] [Benson-Murphy.]

 

 

419. [H. 1678] Bill designating inflammatory breast cancer awareness day (House, No. 1678). 3d. [04/19/18.] [Benson-Murphy.]

 

 

420. [H. 1683] Bill designating the song "Roadrunner" as the official rock song of the Commonwealth (House, No. 1683). 3d. [04/19/18.] [Benson-Murphy.]

 

 

421. [H. 1693] Bill designating the official seasoning of the Commonwealth (House, No. 1693). 3d. [04/19/18.] [Benson-Murphy.]

 

 

425. [H. 4329] Bill relative to Lottery compliance investigations (House, No. 4329). 3d. [04/25/18.] [Chan-Murphy.] [Reported on House, No. 27 and on a part of House, No. 23.]

 

 

426. [H. 1851] Bill relating to road building equipment classifications (House, No. 1851). 3d. [04/26/18.] [Straus-Murphy.]

 

 

 

 

 

 

427. [H. 4344] Bill increasing the penalty for tailgating emergency vehicles (House, No. 4344). 3d. [04/26/18.] [Straus-Murphy.] [Reported on House, No. 1859.]

 

 

428. [H. 4352] Bill requiring fair housing training for real estate agents and brokers (House, No. 4352). 3d. [04/26/18.] [Chan-Murphy.] [Reported on House, No. 139.]

 

 

394. [S. 2271] Bill (S.) relative to the appointment of retired police officers in the town of Essex (Senate, No. 2271). 3d. [04/30/18.] [Parisella.] [Reported on Senate, No. 2077.]

 

 

396. [H. 1363] Bill relative to the retirement classification of Boston school police officers (House, No. 1363). 3d. [04/30/18.] [Parisella.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

429. [S. 2157] Bill (S.) validating certain proceedings of the town of Hull (printed in Senate, No. 2157). 3d. [04/30/18.] [O'Day-Murphy.]

 

 

431. [H. 1944] Bill authorizing veterans to use facilities of the Pioneer Valley Transit Authority without cost to such veterans (House, No. 1944). 3d. [04/30/18.] [Lawn-Murphy.]

 

 

433. [H. 4163] Bill to establish a public art fund in the town of Amherst (House, No. 4163). 3d. [04/30/18.] [O'Day-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

437. [H. 4392] Bill to allow for school districts to collect a fee associated with nonresident pupil transportation (House, No. 4392). 3d. [04/30/18.] [Peisch-Murphy.] [Reported on House, Nos. 257, 2029, 2046 and 2837.]

 

 

439. [H. 4434] Bill requiring reserve electric power at wastewater treatment facilities (House, No. 4434). 3d. [04/30/18.] [Pignatelli-Murphy.] [Reported on House, No. 4230.]

 

 

441. [S. 2294] Bill (S.) further regulating the membership of the licensing commission and the board of election commissioners of the city of Somerville (Senate, No. 2294). 3d. [05/03/18.] [O'Day-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

442. [H. 201] Bill prohibiting robocalls to all mobile telephone devices (House, No. 201). 3d. [05/03/18.] [Chan-Murphy.]

 

 

443. [H. 210] Bill relative to used police cars sold at auction (House, No. 210). 3d. [05/03/18.] [Chan-Murphy.]

 

 

444. [H. 1256] Bill related to state fire code enforcement reporting (House, No. 1256). 3d. [05/03/18.] [Naughton-Murphy.]

 

 

445. [H. 1257] Bill relative to seat belts on school buses (House, No. 1257). 3d. [05/03/18.] [Naughton-Murphy.]

 

 

447. [H. 4144] Bill providing for recall elections in the town of Erving (House, No. 4144). 3d. [05/03/18.] [Mahoney-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

448. [H. 4146] Bill exempting the position part-time officer in the police department in the town of Athol from the civil service law (House, No. 4146). 3d. [05/03/18.] [Parisella-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

450. [H. 4428] Bill authorizing the town of Brookline to grant 35 additional licenses for the sale of all alcoholic beverages to be drunk on the premises and 5 additional licenses for the sale of wines and malts to be drunk on the premise (House, No. 4428). 3d. [05/03/18.] [Chan-Murphy.] [Reported on House, No. 4068.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

454. [H. 4309] Bill authorizing the city of Somerville to offer an exemption for certain owner occupied residential properties for water and sewer charges and rates (House, No. 4309). 3d. [05/07/18.] [O'Day-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

455. [H. 4416] Bill authorizing the town of Dedham to convert a license for the sale of wine and malt beverages not to be drunk on the premises to a license for the sale of all alcoholic beverages not to be drunk on the premises (House, No. 4416). 3d. [05/07/18.] [Chan-Murphy.] [Reported on House, No. 4161.] [Local Approval Received.] [Mr. Howitt of Seekonk, of the committee on Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure, dissents.]

456. [H. 4417] Bill authorizing the town of Dedham to grant an additional license for the sale of all alcoholic beverages to be drunk on the premises (House, No. 4417). 3d. [05/07/18.] [Chan-Murphy.] [Reported on House, No. 4164.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

457. [H. 4429] Bill authorizing the town of Tyngsborough to grant additional licenses for the sale of alcoholic beverages (House, No. 4429). 3d. [05/07/18.] [Chan-Murphy.] [Reported on House, No. 4254.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

458. [H. 4430] Bill authorizing the town of Tyngsborough to grant an additional license for the sale of all alcoholic beverages not to be drunk on the premises (House, No. 4430). 3d. [05/07/18.] [Chan-Murphy.] [Reported on House, No. 4255.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

473. [H. 382] Bill relative to designation of polling places (House, No. 382). 3d. [05/09/18.] [Mahoney-Murphy.]

 

 

474. [H. 1000] Bill allowing 12 and 13 year old youth to be employed as soccer referees (House, No. 1000). 3d. [05/09/18.] [Brodeur-Murphy.]

 

 

475. [H. 1300] Bill relative to the recreational tramway board (House, No. 1300). 3d. [05/09/18.] [Naughton-Murphy.]

 

 

476. [H. 1312] Bill relative to kayak safety (House, No. 1312). 3d. [05/09/18.] [Naughton-Murphy.]

479. [H. 4396] Bill requiring instruction in CPR and the use of defibrillators for high school graduation (House, No. 4396). 3d. [05/09/18.] [Peisch-Murphy.] [Reported on House, No. 3733.]

 

 

480. [H. 4398] Bill enabling municipal and regional planning agency employees to fully participate in gaming policy advisory committees (House, No. 4398). 3d. [05/09/18.] [Wagner-Murphy.] [Reported on Senate, No. 183, House, No. 10 and on a part of House, No. 8.].]

 

 

481. [H. 4437] Bill relative to a senior exemption for the town of Harwich (House, No. 4437). 3d. [05/09/18.] [Kaufman-Murphy.] [Reported on House, No. 2636.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

482. [H. 4462] Bill authorizing the town of Montague to grant 1 additional license for the sale of all alcoholic beverages to be drunk on the premises (House, No. 4462). 3d. [05/10/18.] [Chan-Murphy.] [Reported on House, No. 4340.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

483. [H. 4463] Bill relative to speed limitations near waste or recycling collection vehicles (House, No. 4463). 3d. [05/10/18.] [Cronin-Murphy.] [Reported on House, No. 707.]

 

 

397. [H. 1388] Bill relative to death benefits to surviving spouses of call and volunteer firefighters (House, No. 1388). 3d. [05/14/18.] [Parisella.]

 

 

498. [S. 2225] Bill (S.) creating the title of musician laureate of the Commonwealth (Senate, No. 2225). 3d. [05/16/18.] [Atkins-Murphy.]

 

 

499. [H. 795] Bill strengthening the penalty for assault or assault and battery on an emergency medical technician, ambulance operator, ambulance attendant or health care provider (House, No. 795). 3d. [05/17/18.] [Cronin-Murphy.]

 

 

500. [H. 933] Bill relative to the protection of persons with disabilities (House, No. 933). 3d. [05/17/18.] [Cronin-Murphy.]

 

 

501. [H. 2307] Bill relative to offenses while driving on a suspended license (House, No. 2307). 3d. [05/17/18.] [Cronin-Murphy.]

 

 

370. [H. 718] Bill to establish the uniform enforcement of foreign judgments (House, No. 718). 3d. [05/21/18.] [Cronin.] [Reported on Senate, No. 823.]

 

 

379. [H. 2724] Bill restoring accountability in claims against certain non-governmental actions for damage caused by public way defects (House, No. 2724). 3d. [05/21/18.] [Straus.]

 

 

380. [H. 2752] Bill regarding right of way violations (House, No. 2752). 3d. [05/21/18.] [Straus.]

 

 

 

395. [H. 19] Bill providing for continuing education credits flexibility (House, No. 19). 3d. [05/21/18.] [Parisella.]

 

 

470. [H. 2195] Bill to add a compulsory death benefit to automobile liability insurance (House, No. 2195). 3d. [05/21/18.] [Michlewitz.]

 

 

471. [H. 3690] Bill relative to interstate branching of a credit union and the Massachusetts Credit Union Share Insurance Corporation (House, No. 3690). 3d. [05/21/18.] [Michlewitz.]

 

 

502. [H. 220] Bill to prevent concussion and head injury (House, No. 220). 3d. [05/21/18.] [Peisch-Murphy.]

 

 

510. [H. 4436] Bill relative to the public safety on urban college campuses (House, No. 4436). 3d. [05/23/18.] [Naughton-Murphy.] [Reported on House, No. 629.]

 

 

511. [S. 2423] Bill (S.) establishing the East Bridgewater town center sewer district on [sic] the town of East Bridgewater (Senate, No. 2423). 3d. [05/24/18.] [O'Day-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

512. [S. 2519] Bill (S.) observing United States Navy Birthday Day (Senate, No. 2519). 3d. [05/24/18.] [Benson-Murphy.] [Reported on Senate, No. 1766.]

 

 

 

515. [H. 4483] Bill relative to the city of Greenfield charter (House, No. 4483, changed). 3d. [05/24/18.] [O'Day-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

        [Changed in section 1, in line 1472, by striking out the word "acceptable" and inserting in place thereof the word "acceptance", in line 1476, by striking out the year: "2015" and inserting in place thereof the year: "2018", and in lines 1477 to 1484, inclusive, by striking out the two paragraphs contained in those lines.]

 

 

350. [H. 1081] Bill relative to municipal deposits (House, No. 1081). 3d. [05/29/18.[ [O'Day.]

 

 

355. [H. 1819] Bill to increase safety on public ways (House, No. 1819). 3d. [05/29/18.] [Straus.]

 

 

356. [H. 2425] Bill relative to handicap automobile licenses or placards (House, No. 2425). 3d. [05/29/18.] [O'Day.]

 

 

357. [H. 2831] Bill relative to rail-trail construction (House, No. 2831, changed). 3d. [05/29/18.] [Wagner.]

         [Changed in section 1, in line 3, by striking out the word "organization" and inserting in place thereof the word "organizations".]

 

 

358. [H. 3216] Bill supporting municipal fiscal stability through a special education stabilization fund (House, No. 3216). 3d. [05/29/18.] [O'Day.]

 

 

374. [H. 1164] Bill further regulating the Commission on Falls Prevention (House, No. 1164). 3d. [05/29/18.] [Hogan.]

 

 

377. [H. 2289] Bill criminalizing sexual assault by fraud by a medical professional (House, No. 2289). 3d. [05/29/18.] [Cronin.]

 

 

384. [H. 4233] Bill relative to farmers' markets (House, No. 4233). 3d. [05/29/18.] [Pignatelli.] [Reported on House, Nos. 431 and 432.]

 

 

410. [H. 76] Bill to authorize the town of Foxborough to establish additional mandated reporters in the town of Foxborough for the purposes of the protection and care of children (House, No. 76). 3d. [05/29/18.] [Khan.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

468. [H. 1306] Bill relative to fire safety (House, No. 1306). 3d. [05/29/18.] [Naughton.]

 

 

522. [S. 1208] Bill (S.) further regulating the Commission on Falls Prevention (Senate, No. 1208). 3d. [05/30/18.] [Hogan-Murphy.]

 

 

400. [H. 2566] Bill providing for an early retirement incentive program for employees of the Massachusetts Port Authority (House, No. 2566). 3d. [05/31/18.] [Parisella.] 

 

 

 

506. [H. 3153] Bill regulating the use of credit reports by employers (House, No. 3153). 3d. [05/31/18.] [Brodeur.] [Reported on House, No. 2372.]

 

 

529. [S. 1717] Bill (S.) proclaiming May as aviation awareness month (Senate, No. 1717). 3d. [06/04/18.] [Benson-Murphy.]

 

 

530. [S. 1820] Bill (S.) requiring the flag of the Commonwealth to be flown at half-staff on state buildings and installations on September 11 of each year (Senate, No. 1820). 3d. [06/04/18.] [Benson-Murphy.]

 

 

534. [H. 4534] Bill authorizing the city of Worcester to lease a certain building (House, No. 4534). 3d. [06/11/18.] [O'Day-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

535. [S. 1715] Bill (S.) requiring the inclusion of representatives of individuals who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, questioning or queer and as transgender on the advisory board to the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination. (Senate, No. 1715). 3d. [06/13/18.] [Benson-Murphy.]

 

 

373. [H. 908] Bill prohibiting gunfire directed at dwelling houses (House, No. 908). 3d. [06/14/18.] [Cronin.] [Reported on Senate, No. 839.]

 

 

403. [H. 3790] Bill relative to accidental disability retirement for Jan Witkowski (House, No. 3790). 3d. [06/14/18.] [Parisella.]

542. [S. 95] Bill (S.) relative to protecting biometric information under the security breach law (Senate, No. 95). 3d. [06/19/18.] [Chan-Murphy.]

 

 

543. [S. 264] Bill (S.) relative to the powers and duties of a regional school district (Senate, No. 264). 3d. [06/19/18.] [Peisch-Murphy.]

 

 

544. [S. 1117] Bill (S.) relative to solar drying of laundry (Senate, No. 1117). 3d. [06/19/18.] [O'Day-Murphy.]

 

 

545. [H. 4551] Bill authorizing the town of Auburn to relocate Faith Avenue and convey remnant parcels of real property (House, No. 4551). 3d. [06/21/18.] [O'Day-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

548. [H. 4621] Bill authorizing the city of Marlborough to grant additional licenses for the sale of alcoholic beverages not to be drunk on the premises (House, No. 4621). 3d. [06/25/18.] [Chan-Murphy.] [Reported on House, No. 4442.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

123. [H. 3746] Bill amending the charter of the town of Oxford to elect 3 members of the housing authority (House, No. 3746). Question on concurring with the Senate in its amendment. [O'Day-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

         [Amended by the Senate by striking out section 1 and inserting in place thereof the following section:

               "SECTION 1. Subsection 4-5-1 of section 5 of chapter 4 of the charter of the town of Oxford, which is on file in the office of the archivist of the commonwealth, as provided in section 12 of chapter 43B of the General Laws, is hereby amended by striking out the first sentence and inserting in place thereof the following sentence:— There shall be a housing authority of 5 members, 1 of whom shall be appointed under the authority of the commonwealth, 3 of whom shall be elected and 1 of whom shall be chosen in accordance with the General Laws.".]

          [Referred to the committee on Bills in the Third Reading – 06/27/18.]

 

 

551. [H. 4574] Bill authorizing the city of Malden to continue the employment of Barbara O'Brien (House, No. 4574). 3d. [06/27/18.] [Parisella-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

378. [H. 2356] Bill to add law enforcement councils to the Massachusetts TORT Claims Act (House, No. 2356). 3d. [07/02/18.] [Cronin.]

 

 

552. [H. 4533] Bill [sic] removal of elected financial officials for the town of Sherborn (House, No. 4533). 3d. [07/02/18.] [Mahoney-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

553. [H. 4548] Bill authorizing the town of Falmouth to continue the employment of police chief Edward Dunne (House, No. 4548). 3d. [07/02/18.] [Parisella-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

 

 

554. [S. 2241] Bill (S.) authorizing the city of Westfield to categorize all certain private ways a [sic] public streets (Senate, No. 2241). 3d. [07/03/18.] [Straus-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

555. [S. 2286] Bill (S.) to provide property tax exemptions for certain nonprofit senior housing in Boxford (Senate, No. 2286, amended). 3d. [07/03/18.] [Kaufman-Murphy.] [Reported on Senate, No. 2035.] [Local Approval Received.]

         [Amended by the Senate in lines 11 and 12 by striking out the words "and approved by the commissioner of Revenue"; and by adding the following sentence: "The board of assessors shall establish criteria for determining whether a resident is eligible for an exemption pursuant to this act.".]

 

 

556. [S. 2307] Bill (S.) authorizing the town of Wareham to grant an additional license for the sale of wines and malt beverages not to be drunk on the premises (Senate, No. 2307). 3d. [07/03/18.] [Chan-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

559. [H. 482] Bill providing for equitable coverage in disability policies (House, No. 482). 3d. [07/03/18.] [Michlewitz-Murphy.] [Reported on Senate, No. 545.]

 

 

560. [H. 4547] Bill authorizing the town of Whately to continue the employment of John Hannum (House, No. 4547). 3d. [07/03/18.] [Parisella-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

561. [H. 4607] Bill establishing a town manager form of government for the town of Pembroke (House, No. 4607). 3d. [07/03/18.] [O'Day-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

562. [H. 4630] Bill amending the charter of the town of Provincetown by adding an additional alternate member on the conservation commission (House, No. 4630). 3d. [07/03/18.] [O'Day-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

564. [H. 4660] Bill relative to a real property exemption for disabled persons in the town of Westford (House, No. 4660). 3d. [07/03/18.] [Kaufman-Murphy.] [Reported on House, No. 4559.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

565. [H. 1101] Engrossed Bill relative to the membership of the Millbury Redevelopment Authority (see House, No. 1101). [O'Day-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

         [Returned by His Excellency the Governor with recommendation of amendment (for message, see House, No. 4712).]

         [Referred to the committee on Bills in the Third Reading – 07/09/18.]

 

 

567. [S. 2589] Bill (S.) providing for recall elections in the town of Uxbridge (Senate, No. 2589). 3d. [07/10/18.] [Murphy.] [Reported on a part of Senate order No. 2399.]

 

 

 

 

 

568. [H. 4629] Bill amending the charter of the town of Stoneham to change the name of the board of selectmen (House, No. 4629). 3d. [07/10/18.] [O'Day-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

570. [H. 4661] Bill authorizing the town of Andover to establish a means-tested senior citizen property tax exemption (House, No. 4661). 3d. [07/10/18.] [Kaufman-Murphy.] [Reported on House, No. 4560.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

572. [H. 4569] Bill designating a certain bridge in the town of Burlington as the Lance Corporal Gregory E. MacDonald Memorial Bridge (House, No. 4569). 3d. [07/12/18.] [Straus-Murphy.]

 

 

573. [H. 4581] Bill relative to the appointment of retired police officers in the town of Stoneham (House, No. 4581). 3d. [07/12/18.] [Parisella-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

574. [H. 4620] Bill to establish an appointed highway superintendent in the town of Groveland (House, No. 4620). 3d. [07/12/18.] [O'Day-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

575. [H. 4631] Bill authorizing the certification and appointment of Adam J. Silva as a firefighter in the town of Wilmington (House, No. 4631). 3d. [07/12/18.] [Parisella-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

 

576. [H. 4663] Bill authorizing the city of Worcester to provide certain retirement and medical benefits to firefighter Brian Patrick Carroll (House, No. 4663). 3d. [07/12/18.] [Parisella-Murphy.] [Reported on House, No. 4535.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

577. [H. 4676] Bill granting certain retirement benefits to fire fighter Scott Holt (House, No. 4676). 3d. [07/12/18.] [Parisella-Murphy.] [Reported on House, No. 4504.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

580. [H. 4705] Bill concerning the appointment of retired Salem police officers as special police officers within the city of Salem  (House, No. 4705). 3d. [07/12/18.] [Parisella-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

581. [H. 4505] Bill authorizing Commercial Wharf East Condominium Association under the Tidelands Public Trust Doctrine and preventing residents from being forced to leave (House, No. 4505). 3d. [07/16/18.] [O'Day-Murphy.]

 

 

583. [H. 4718] Bill amending the membership of the representative town meeting of Norwood (House, No. 4718). 3d. [07/16/18.] [O'Day-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

587. [S. 1418] Bill (S.) relative to the provision of group health insurance benefits in the town of Athol (Senate, No. 1418). 3d. [07/18/18.] [Parisella-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

588. [S. 2507] Bill (S.) authorizing the town of Sturbridge to issue one additional license for the sale of all-alcoholic beverages not to be drunk on the premises at 122 Main Street (Senate, No. 2507). 3d. [07/18/18.] [Substituted by the Senate for a report of the committee on Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure, ought not to pass (under Joint Rule 10).] [Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

589. [H. 4628] Bill authorizing the city of Beverly to issue additional liquor licenses  (House, No. 4628). 3d. [07/18/18.] [Chan-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

590. [H. 4644] Bill repealing the act establishing the Nantucket Mosquito Control Project (House, No. 4644). 3d. [07/18/18.] [Pignatelli-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

591. [H. 4645] Bill authorizing the town of Orleans to establish an affordable housing trust fund (House, No. 4645). 3d. [07/18/18.] [O'Day-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

592. [H. 4652] Bill to remove auditor position from city charter to instead create position under city ordinance, remove residency requirement, and to set term limits [sic] (House, No. 4652). 3d. [07/18/18.] [O'Day-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

 

 

 

593. [H. 4658] Bill relative to the powers and duties of the town manager in the town of Hanover (House, No. 4658). 3d. [07/18/18.] [O'Day-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

594. [H. 4768] Bill authorizing the town of Foxborough to grant one additional license for the sale of all alcoholic beverages not to be consumed on the premises (House, No. 4768). 3d. [07/18/18.] [Chan-Murphy.] [Reported on House, No. 4642.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

595. [H. 4679] Bill relative to data (House, No. 4679). 3d. [07/19/18.] [Golden-Murphy.] [Reported on House, No. 1743.]

 

 

398.  [H. 1390] Engrossed Bill relative to protecting the rights of custodial and other non-teaching employees of school districts (see House, No. 1390, amended). [Parisella.] [Reported on Senate, No. 1442.]  

         [Question:  Shall this bill pass, notwithstanding the objections of His Excellency the Governor.]

         [Returned by His Excellency the Governor with his objections thereto in writing (for message, see House, No. 4799).]

          [Amended by striking out all after the enacting clause inserting in place thereof the following: "Section 59B of chapter 71 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2016 Official Edition, is hereby amended by inserting after the word "chapter", in line 14, the following words:— ; provided, however, that the promotion and discipline, up to and including termination, of employees in custodial, maintenance and other non-teaching positions shall be conducted in accordance with any governing collective bargaining agreement.]

596. [H. 4742] Bill for prevention and access to appropriate care and treatment of addiction (House, No. 4742). Question on concurring with the Senate in its amendment. [Garlick-Roy-Sánchez-Murphy.] [New draft of House Bill No. 4725.]

         [Amended by the Senate by striking out all after the enacting clause and inserting in place thereof the text contained in Senate document numbered 2623.]

          [Referred to the committee on Bills in the Third Reading – 07/23/18.]

 

 

493. [H. 2898] Bill supporting working parents who choose to run for public office (House, No. 2898, amended). 3d. [07/23/18.] [Mahoney.] [Reported on Senate, No. 386.] [Representative Lombardo of Billerica, of the committee on Election Laws, dissents.]

         [Amended in section 1, in line 2, by striking out the following: "`body', in line 68" and inserting in place thereof the following: "`office' in line 66", in line 3, by inserting after the word "or" the words "customary and reasonable", in line 4, by striking out the words "performing work" and inserting in place thereof the words "campaigning on his or her own behalf" and by inserting after the word "campaign" the words "from the date that nomination papers become available through the date of the general election"; and by adding the following section:

              "SECTION 2. The director of the office of campaign and political finance shall promulgate rules and regulations to implement this act no later than December 31, 2018.".]

 

 

 

 

597. [H. 4781] Bill relative to excise tax revenue for the Chatham other post-employment benefits liability trust fund (House, No. 4781). 3d. [07/23/18.] [Kaufman-Murphy.] [Reported on House, No. 4609.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

599. [H. 4619] Bill relative to the affordable housing trust fund of the town of Brewster (House, No. 4619). 3d. [07/24/18.] [Honan-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

600. [H. 4687] Bill relative to the town meeting of the town of North Reading (House, No. 4687). 3d. [07/24/18.] [Mahoney-Murphy.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

 

112. [H. 3823] Engrossed Bill relative to community benefit districts (see House, No. 3823). [Sánchez-Murphy.]

         [Question:  Shall this bill pass, notwithstanding the objections of His Excellency the Governor.]

         [Returned by His Excellency the Governor with his objections thereto in writing (for message, see House, No. 3980).]

 

 

116. [H. 3827] Engrossed Bill relative to a study of the trauma registry in the Department of Public Health (see House, No. 3827). [Sánchez-Murphy.] 

         [Question:  Shall this bill pass, notwithstanding the objections of His Excellency the Governor.]

         [Returned by His Excellency the Governor with his objections thereto in writing (for message, see House, No. 4048).]

 

 

161. [H. 191] Bill relative to notification of licensees (House, No. 191). 2d. [Chan-Murphy.]

 

 

162. [H. 196] Bill updating a certain requirement for on premises liquor license applicants (House, No. 196). 2d. [Chan-Murphy.]

 

 

163. [H. 2819] Bill creating a maximum allowable check-cashing rate (House, No. 2819). 2d. [Chan-Murphy.] [Senator Fattman, of the committee on Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure, dissents.]

 

 

334. [H. 1026] Bill relative to job creation through employee ownership (House, No. 1026). 2d. [Brodeur.] [Representatives McKenna of Webster and Orrall of Lakeville, of the committee on Labor and Workforce Development, dissent.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

335. [H. 1083] Bill relative to the procedure for approval of plans not subject to subdivision control law (House, No. 1083). 2d. [O'Day.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

 

 

 

336. [H. 1248] Bill relative to law enforcement officers safety act (House, No. 1248). 2d. [Naughton.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

337. [H. 2657] Bill relative to the timely and consistent payment of law enforcement personnel (House, No. 2657). 2d. [Benson.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

351. [H. 1087] Bill to ensure adequate handicapped parking (House, No. 1087). 2d. [O'Day.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

352. [H. 1090] Bill to establish commonsense permitting reforms for businesses and landowners (House, No. 1090). 2d. [O'Day.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

353. [H. 1093] Bill relative to variances (House, No. 1093). 2d. [O'Day.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

354. [H. 1105] Bill extending municipal bonding terms for local infrastructure development programs (House, No. 1105). 2d. [O'Day.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

359. [H. 3379] Bill relative to landscape sprinkler systems (House, No. 3379). 2d. [Benson.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

360. [H. 4195] Bill relative to the international trade commission (House, No. 4195). 2d. [Wagner.] [Reported on House, No. 2835.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

361. [H. 4196] Bill supporting affordable housing with a local option for a fee to be applied to certain real estate transactions (House, No. 4196). 2d. [O'Day.] [Reported on House, No. 3512.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

 

 

 

 

362. [H. 4206] Bill to exempt the deliberation of public bodies at town meeting from the open meeting law (House, No. 4206). 2d. [Benson.] [Reported on House, No. 3374.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

363. [H. 4212] Bill authorizing cities and towns to increase the local tax rate on meals (House, No. 4212). 2d. [Kaufman.] [Reported on Senate, No. 1559.] [Representative Garry of Dracut, of the committee on Revenue, dissents.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

369. [S. 1740] Bill (S.) to designating February 14 as Frederick Douglass Day (Senate, No. 1740, amended). 2d. [Benson.]

        [Amended by the Senate by striking out all after the enacting clause and inserting in place the following:

                 "SECTION 1. Chapter 6 of the General Laws is hereby amended by inserting after section 15FFFFFF the following section:—

                  Section 15GGGGGG. The governor shall annually issue a proclamation setting apart February 14 as Frederick Douglass Day, in recognition of the outstanding contributions of Frederick Douglass to the abolitionist movement and his lifelong fight for equality in the city of New Bedford, the commonwealth and throughout the United States, and recommend that the day be observed in an appropriate manner by the people."; by inserting before the enacting clause the following emergency preamble:

                  "Whereas, The deferred operation of this act would tend to defeat its purpose, which is forthwith to recognize the outstanding contributions of Frederick Douglass, therefore it is hereby declared to be an emergency law, necessary for the immediate preservation of the public convenience."; and by striking out the title and inserting in place thereof the following title: "An Act designating February 14 as Frederick Douglass Day.".]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

371. [H. 767] Bill to strengthen civil rights (House, No. 767). 2d. [Cronin.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

372. [H. 774] Bill to advance hate-crime protections for victims who are targeted due to their gender (House, No. 774). 2d. [Cronin.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

 

 

 

 

375. [H. 1792] Bill relative to increasing the fines and penalties for texting and driving (House, No. 1792). 2d. [Straus.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

376. [H. 1872] Bill relative to year of manufacture registration plates (House, No. 1872). 2d. [Straus.] [Reported on Senate, No. 835.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

381. [H. 3099] Bill concerning the Massachusetts probation service (House, No. 3099). 2d. [Cronin.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

382. [H. 3432] Bill relative to expired licenses (House, No. 3432). 2d. [Straus.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

383. [H. 4226] Bill to prevent jaywalking (House, No. 4226). 2d. [Straus.] [Reported on House, No. 1834.] [Representative Meschino of Hull, of the committee on Transportation, dissents.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

399. [H. 2519] Bill relative to the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority (House, No. 2519). 2d. [Parisella.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

406. [H. 1460] Bill relative to Mass Port police officers (House, No. 1460). 2d. [Parisella.] [Reported on Senate, No. 1434.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

407. [H. 3657] Bill to improve child safety (House, No. 3657). 2d. [Khan.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

 

 

 

 

411. [H. 2945] Bill relative to landfills and areas of critical environmental concern (House, No. 2945). 2d. [Pignatelli.] [Reported on Senate, No. 440.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

460. [H. 207] Bill relative to updating the used car law (House, No. 207). 2d. [Chan.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

461. [H. 521] Bill relative to tobacco premium ratings (House, No. 521). 2d. [Michlewitz.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

462. [H. 534] Bill relative to homeowners insurance (House, No. 534). 2d. [Michlewitz.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

463. [H. 1232] Bill relative to elevator inspections (House, No. 1232). 2d. [Naughton.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

464. [H. 1265] Bill relative to non-resident firearm licensing (House, No. 1265). 2d. [Naughton.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

465. [H. 1287] Bill relative to unloaded rifles or shotguns (House, No. 1287). 2d. [Naughton.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

466. [H. 1293] Bill promoting police and youth partnership (House, No. 1293). 2d. [Naughton.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

467. [H. 1297] Bill relative to dangerous weapons (House, No. 1297). 2d. [Naughton.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

        [Changed in line 3 by inserting after the word "fuel" the words "or technology".]

 

 

472. [H. 4304] Bill relative to hydro (House, No. 4304). 2d. [Golden.] [Reported on House, No. 2697.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

484. [H. 1650] Bill designating the last day of February as rare disease day in the Commonwealth (House, No. 1650). 2d. [Benson.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

485. [H. 1654] Bill creating the official shellfish of the Commonwealth (House, No. 1654). 2d. [Benson.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

486. [H. 1655] Bill regarding Huntington's Disease awareness month (House, No. 1655). 2d. [Benson.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

487. [H. 1700] Bill relative to sleep deprivation avoidance and promotion of good sleeping practices (House, No. 1700). 2d. [Benson.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

 

 

 

 

488. [H. 1701] Bill designating the Boston Cream Pie Cupcake as the official cupcake of the Commonwealth (House, No. 1701). 2d. [Benson.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

489. [H. 1713] Bill designating shaken baby syndrome awareness week (House, No. 1713). 2d. [Benson.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

490. [H. 1714] Bill establishing school bus driver day (House, No. 1714). 2d. [Benson.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

491. [H. 1717] Bill designating the song "14 Counties of Massachusetts" as the official county song of the Commonwealth (House, No. 1717). 2d. [Benson.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

492. [H. 2731] Bill relative to special regulations for vehicle specific checkpoints (House, No. 2731). 2d. [Straus-Murphy.]

 

494. [H. 3364] Bill relative to the official butterfly of the Commonwealth (House, No. 3364). 2d. [Benson.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

495. [H. 3368] Bill establishing "Here's to America" as the official patriotic song of the Commonwealth (House, No. 3368). 2d. [Benson.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

496. [H. 3376] Bill designating gingham as the official textile of Massachusetts (House, No. 3376). 2d. [Benson.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

497. [H. 4386] Bill relative to non discrimination training in the workplace (House, No. 4386). 2d. [Brodeur-Murphy.] [Reported on House, Nos. 1037 and 1047.]

 

 

505. [H. 390] Bill relative to certain county elections for certain vacancies (House, No. 390). 2d. [Mahoney.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

507. [H. 3156] Bill to clarify the tips law (House, No. 3156). 2d. [Brodeur-Murphy.]

 

 

508. [H. 4419] Bill relative to the judicial enforcement of noncompetition agreements (House, No. 4419). 2d. [Brodeur.] [Reported on Senate, Nos. 840, 988, 1017 and 1020 and House, Nos. 43, 854, 2366 and 2371 and a part of House, No. 42.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

520. [H. 2360] Report of the committee on Labor and Workforce Development, ought NOT to pass, on the petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 2360) of Tackey Chan relative to workers' compensation insurance [Brodeur.] [Representative Rogers of Norwood, of the committee on Labor and Workforce Development, dissents.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

521. [H. 2364] Report of the committee on Labor and Workforce Development, ought NOT to pass, on the petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 2364) of David F. DeCoste relative to the right to organize of certain workers [Brodeur.] [Representative Rogers of Norwood, of the committee on Labor and Workforce Development, dissents.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

539. [H. 575] Bill amending Chapter 234 of the Acts of 2012 (House, No. 575). 2d. [Roy-Murphy.]

 

 

540. [H. 576] Bill making corrective amendments to Chapter 234 of the Acts of 2012 47CC (House, No. 576). 2d. [Roy-Murphy.]

 

 

586. [H. 4577] Bill relative to net metering (House, No. 4577). 2d. [Murphy.] [Reported on House, No. 2712.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]

 

 

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602. [H. 4834] Report of the committee of conference on the disagreeing votes of the two branches, with reference to the Senate amendments of the House Bill automatically registering eligible voters and enhancing safeguards against fraud (House, No. 4671). 

         [The committee on conference recommends passage of a Bill automatically registering eligible voters and enhancing safeguards against fraud (House, No. 4834).] Question on acceptance. [Sánchez-Murphy.]

         [Amended by the Senate by in section 3, in line 14, inserting after the word "resides" the words "; provided, however, that an automatic voter registration agency that collects and transmits applicant data electronically shall ensure that the applicant data is transmitted to the state secretary, who shall transmit such information to the board of registrars or election commission of the city or town where the applicant resides" and

               In line 16 inserting after the word "transmission" the words ", the frequency and nature of such transmissions";

               In section 4, in lines 29 and 30, striking out the words "location where eligible citizens may register as voters, provided they are state agencies" and inserting in place thereof the words "state agency where an eligible citizen may register as a voter";

               In lines 37 and 38 striking out the sentence contained in those lines and inserting in place thereof the following sentence: "The state secretary shall enter into memoranda of understanding with the registry of motor vehicles and with the division of medical assistance and commonwealth health insurance connector authority who shall serve as automatic voter registration agencies; provided, however, that the terms of such memoranda shall include, without limitation, the timeline for the establishment or enhancement of interfaces and the schedule for data to be shared between the secretary's office and the automatic voter registration agencies; provided further, that only information obtained by the registry of motor vehicles from driver's license transactions and identification card transactions shall be used for automatic voter registration purposes.",

               In line 60 striking out the sentence contained in those lines and inserting in place thereof the following paragraph:

              "(c) An agency that has entered into a memorandum of understanding to become an automatic voter registration agency shall: (i) conduct automatic voter registration, as specified by subsections (d) to (g), inclusive; (ii) work with the state secretary to implement this chapter and meet the goals of automatic voter registration enumerated in section 65; and (iii) provide notice to each applicant: (A) explaining that the agency application shall serve as an attestation to eligibility and an application to register to vote unless the person declines to be registered; (B) informing the applicant of the eligibility requirements to register to vote; and (C) advising the applicant that non-citizens are ineligible to register, and that the agency must decline to register an applicant unless the applicant is a United States citizen and is otherwise eligible to register to vote.",

               In line 65 striking out the word "Each" and inserting in place thereof the words "In accordance with the memorandum of understanding required by subsection (b), each",

               In line 68 inserting after the figures: "65" the following: "; provided, however, that an applicant who meets the qualifications to register to vote, does not decline to register to vote and completes a qualifying transaction with an automatic voter registration agency not less than 21 days prior to an election shall be entitled to vote in that election";

              In lines 68 and 69 striking out the sentence contained in those lines;

              In lines 75 to 84, inclusive, by striking out the paragraph contained in those lines and inserting in place thereof the following paragraph:

              "(e) For each applicant, an automatic voter registration agency shall transmit electronic records containing information on the applicant's legal name, age, residence, citizenship and the applicant's electronic signature to the state secretary who shall transmit the same to the board of registrars or election commission of the city or town in which the person resides in a manner prescribed by the state secretary.  An automatic voter registration agency may consult with the registry of motor vehicles or other agencies to augment data to be transmitted in a manner prescribed by the state secretary. An automatic voter registration agency shall not transmit a record that contains: (i) a home address designated as confidential pursuant to section 8 of chapter 9A, or (ii) any record that does not clearly and consistently contain both the applicant's electronic signature and sworn or verified information for the applicant's: (A) legal name; (B) age; (C) residence; and (D) citizenship."; and

              In line 97 striking out the words "as the state secretary deems necessary or";

              In section 7, in line 119, striking out the following: "term 'automatic voter registration agency' shall have the meaning assigned to it in section 42G 1/2 of this chapter" and inserting in place thereof the following: "term 'automatic voter registration' shall have the meaning assigned to it in section 42G ½ and the term 'Registrars' or 'registrars of voters' shall have the meaning assigned to it in section 1 of chapter 50"; and

               In lines 127, 128 and 129 striking out the paragraph contained in those lines and inserting in place thereof the following paragraph:

               "(v) determining the extent to which automatic voter registration materials should be provided in languages other than English and Spanish, if necessary to comply with the National Voting Rights Act; and";

               Striking out section 10: and

               Striking out section 12 and inserting in place thereof the following section:

              "SECTION 12.  Sections 2, 3, 4, 7 and 8 shall take effect on January 1, 2020.".]

 

 

603. [H. 4835] Report of the committee of conference on the disagreeing votes of the two branches, with reference to the Senate amendment of the House Bill promoting climate change adaptation, environmental and natural resource protection, and investment in recreational assets and opportunity (House, No. 4613). 

         [The committee on conference recommends passage of a Bill promoting climate change adaptation, environmental and natural resource protection, and investment in recreational assets and opportunity (House, No. 4835).] [Bond Issue: $2,402,883,000.00.]Question on acceptance. [Sánchez-Murphy.]

         [Amended by the Senate by striking out all after the enacting clause and inserting in place thereof the text contained in Senate document numbered 2602.]

 

 

 

 

 

604. [S. 2243] Resolutions (S.) for a United States constitutional amendment and amendments convention (Senate, No. 2243, amended).  Question on adoption. [Lawn.] [Reported on Senate, No. 379.]

         [Amended by the Senate by striking out lines 22 to 45, inclusive, and lines 53 to 75, inclusive.]

        [From the committee on House Steering, Policy and Scheduling, the time within which said committee was required to report having expired.]