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CALENDAR

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Wednesday, June 29, 2022.

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[At eleven o’clock A.M.]

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ORDERS OF THE DAY.

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11. [H. 2775] Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Autumn Fugere, an employee of the Department of Developmental Services (House, No. 2775). 3d. [05/17/21.] [Gordon-Honan.]

 

12. [H. 2777] Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Charles E. McCabe, an employee of the Massachusetts Department of Developmental Services (House, No. 2777). 3d. [05/17/21.] [Gordon-Honan.]

 

17. [H. 3811] Bill authorizing the town of Somerset to grant additional licenses for the sale of alcoholic beverages to be drunk off the premises (House, No. 3811). 3d. [06/01/21.] [Chan-Honan.] [Reported on House, No. 380.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

30. [H. 2774] Bill relative to the Ware Fire Department (House, No. 2774). 3d. [06/09/21.] [Gordon-Honan.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

64. [H. 2210] Bill relative to remote town meetings (House, No. 2210). 3d. [07/14/21.] [Tucker-Honan.]

 

74. [H. 3810] Bill exempting certain positions of the police department in the town of Lancaster from the civil service law (House, No. 3810). 3d. [07/19/21.] [Gordon-Honan.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

100. [H. 3752] Bill relative to outstanding fines, fees, penalties, or costs related to the use of fireworks or pyrotechnics in the city of Springfield (House, No. 3752). 3d. [07/26/21.] [Tucker-Honan.] [Local Approval Received.]

        [Changed in section 1, in line 5, by striking the word "paid" and inserting in place thereof the word "unpaid".]

 

103. [H. 540] Bill to prevent concussion and head injury (House, No. 540). 3d. [07/28/21.] [Peisch-Honan.] [Representative Diggs of Barnstable, of the committee on Education, dissents.]

 

105. [H. 610] Bill requiring instruction in CPR and the use of defibrillators for high school graduation (House, No. 610). 3d. [07/28/21.] [Peisch-Honan.]

 

106. [H. 690] Bill concerning disposable menstrual products in schools (House, No. 690). 3d. [07/28/21.] [Peisch-Honan.]

 

108. [H. 3447] Bill relative to special regulations for vehicle specific checkpoints (House, No. 3447). 3d. [08/05/21.] [Straus-Honan.]

 

118. [S. 2503] Bill (S.) authorizing the city of Fall River Housing Authority to convey a certain parcel of land to Southcoast Hospital Group, Inc (Senate, No. 2503). 3d. [08/26/21.] [Tucker-Honan.] [Reported on Senate, No. 1358.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

145. [H. 2160] Bill requiring automatic external defibrillators in Norfolk County public buildings (House, No. 2160). 3d. [10/7/21.] [Tucker -Honan.]

 

157. [H. 3945] Bill authorizing the city of Cambridge to provide police, fire, emergency and other municipal services to certain properties in the city of Somerville and the city of Boston (House, No. 3945). 3d. [10/25/21.] [Tucker-Honan.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

164. [H. 4192] Bill authorizing the town of Eastham, acting by and through its board of selectmen, to convey a conservation restriction on a certain parcel of land to the Eastham Conservation Foundation, Inc. (House, No. 4192). 3d. [11/2/21.] [Tucker-Honan.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

166. [H. 4106] Bill authorizing the town of Lincoln to establish a fee for checkout bags (House, No. 4106). 3d. [11/4/21.] [Tucker-Honan.] [Local Approval Received.]

        [Changed in section 3, in line 25, by striking out the following: "VI" and inserting in place thereof the following: "XVI".]

 

169. [H. 243] Bill expanding access to adoption (House, No. 243). 3d. [11/10/21.] [Finn-Honan.]

 

174. [H. 4091] Bill authorizing the town of Sudbury to establish a fee for checkout bags (House, No. 4091). 3d. [11/10/21.] [Tucker-Honan.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

182. [H. 417] Bill creating a maximum allowable check-cashing rate (House, No. 417). 3d. [11/16/21.] [Chan-Honan.]

 

189. [H. 3160] Bill making October 25th Dwarfism awareness day in the Commonwealth (House, No. 3160). 3d. [12/9/21.] [Cabral-Honan.]

 

190. [H. 3520] Bill to clarify penalties for violations occurring while driving with a hardship license (House, No. 3520). 3d. [12/9/21.] [Straus-Honan.]

 

191. [H. 2133] Bill relative to the building or rebuilding of bridges on land that falls under the jurisdiction of more than one municipality (House, No. 2133). 3d. [12/13/21.] [Tucker-Honan.]

 

192. [H. 2135] Bill to improve the local infrastructure development program (House, No. 2135). 3d. [12/13/21.] [Tucker-Honan.] [Reported on Senate, No. 1337.]

 

193. [H. 2138] Bill relative to partition fences (House, No. 2138). 3d. [12/13/21.] [Tucker-Honan.]

 

197. [H. 2152] Bill providing for the establishment of sustainable water resource funds (House, No. 2152). 3d. [12/16/21.] [Tucker-Honan.]

 

198. [H. 2185] Bill relative to veterans housing advantage (House, No. 2185). 3d. [12/16/21.] [Tucker-Honan.]

 

200. [H. 2203] Bill relative to courtesy retail parking spaces designed for non-handicapped veterans (House, No. 2203). 3d. [12/16/21.] [Tucker-Honan.]

 

201. [H. 2206] Bill relative to assessor certificates (House, No. 2206). 3d. [12/16/21.] [Tucker-Honan.]

 

202. [H. 2207] Bill relative to additional inspectors; inspector engaging in plumbing or gas fitting work (House, No. 2207). 3d. [12/16/21.] [Tucker-Honan.]

 

203. [H. 4035] Bill providing for municipal meeting postponement due to inclement weather (House, No. 4035). 3d. [12/16/21.] [Tucker-Honan.]

 

205. [H. 2159] Bill requiring the master plans of cities and towns to address climate change and renewable energy (House, No. 2159). 3d. [12/23/21.] [Tucker-Honan.]

 

206. [H. 2165] Bill authorizing cities and towns to establish reduced maximum tow rates during certain declared emergencies (House, No. 2165). 3d. [12/23/21.] [Tucker-Honan.]

 

207. [H. 3757] Bill regarding the disability pension of Harry Jean (House, No. 3757). 3d. [12/23/21.] [Gordon-Honan.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

208. [H. 3758] Bill regarding the disability pension for Ryan Lenane (House, No. 3758). 3d. [12/23/21.] [Tucker-Honan.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

209. [H. 3759] Bill regarding the disability pension for Terry Cotton (House, No. 3759). 3d. [12/23/21.] [Tucker-Honan.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

210. [H. 3772] Bill directing the Bristol County Retirement Board to grant creditable service to Frank Cabral Jr (House, No. 2206). 3d. [12/23/21.] [Gordon-Honan.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

211. [H. 3943] Bill directing the Bristol County Retirement Board to grant creditable service to Christopher J. Gallagher (House, No. 3943). 3d. [12/23/21.] [Gordon-Honan.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

213. [H. 2208] Bill relative to the maintenance of private roads, beaches and amenities in municipalities (House, No. 2208). 3d. [12/27/21.] [Tucker-Honan.]

 

216. [S. 2589] Bill (S.) regulating special police officers in the city known as the town of Agawam (Senate, No. 2589). 3d. [12/30/21.] [Tucker-Honan.] [New draft of Senate, No. 1369.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

218. [H. 2132] Bill relative to further increasing the fines for cruelty to animals, and establishing a fund dedicated to improvements for local animal shelters (House, No. 2132). 3d. [12/30/21.] [Tucker-Honan.]

 

219. [H. 2198] Bill relative to the preservation of wetlands and water resources in Chapter 40B applications (House, No. 2198). 3d. [01/3/22.] [Tucker-Honan.]

 

220. [H. 3101] Bill designating the last day of February as rare disease day in the Commonwealth (House, No. 3101). 3d. [01/3/22.] [Cabral-Honan.]

 

221. [H. 3102] Bill designating the month of October as adopt a shelter dog month (House, No. 3102). 3d. [01/3/22.] [Cabral-Honan.]

 

222. [H. 3117] Bill designating July 8 as Massachusetts Emancipation Day a.k.a. Quock Walker Day (House, No. 3117). 3d. [01/3/22.] [Cabral-Honan.]

 

223. [H. 3122] Bill establishing plastic pollution action day in the commonwealth (House, No. 3122). 3d. [01/3/22.] [Cabral-Honan.]

 

224. [H. 3147] Bill designating inflammatory breast cancer awareness day (House, No. 3147). 3d. [01/3/22.] [Cabral-Honan.]

 

225. [H. 3177] Bill establishing building trades recovery week (House, No. 3177). 3d. [01/3/22.] [Cabral-Honan.]

 

226. [H. 3189] Bill relative to Rosa Parks Day (House, No. 3189). 3d. [01/3/21.] [Cabral-Honan.]

 

227. [H. 3206] Bill designating Domestic Workers’ Rights Day (House, No. 3206). 3d. [01/3/22.] [Cabral-Honan.]

 

228. [H. 3869] Bill establishing Massachusetts Right Whale Day (House, No. 3869). 3d. [01/5/22.] [Cabral-Honan.]

 

230. [H. 3211] Bill designating May 6 as Moyamoya Disease Awareness Day (House, No. 3211). 3d. [01/6/22.] [Cabral-Honan.]

 

233. [H. 2702] Bill clarifying call firefighter rights (House, No. 2702). 3d. [01/10/22.] [Gordon-Honan.]

 

236. [H. 3735] Bill designating September as PCOS awareness month (House, No. 3735). 3d. [01/13/22.] [Cabral-Honan.]

 

238. [H. 2568] Bill relative to the timely and consistent payment of law enforcement personnel (House, No. 2568). 3d. [01/20/22.] [Gordon-Honan.] [Reported on Senate, No. 1752.]

 

239. [H. 2663] Bill relative to civil service resident preference (House, No. 2663). 3d. [01/20/22.] [Gordon-Honan.]

 

240. [H. 4337] Bill relative to a petition for a special law re: fire cadet program for the city of Cambridge fire department (House, No. 4337). 3d. [01/20/22.] [Gordon-Honan.] [Reported on House, No. 4193.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

248. [H. 3506] Bill relative to the expansion of bicycle lanes (House, No. 3506). 3d. [01/31/22.] [Straus-Honan.]

 

250. [H. 4350] Bill relative to educational collaboratives (House, No. 4350). 3d. [01/31/22.] [Cabral-Honan.] [New draft of House, No. 3200.]

 

251. [H. 3626] Bill relative to speed limits (House, No. 3626). 3d. [02/03/22.] [Straus-Honan.]

 

261. [H. 4371] Bill approving the Townsend Special Act Charter (House, No. 4371). 3d. [02/07/22.] [Tucker-Honan.] [Reported on House, No. 4292.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

262. [H. 3576] Bill relative to drivers [sic] licenses for international students (House, No. 3576). 3d. [02/09/22.] [Straus-Honan.]

 

263. [H. 3632] Bill regarding right of way violations (CeCelia's Law) (House, No. 3632). 3d. [02/09/22.] [Straus-Honan.]

 

272. [H. 2384] Bill to define clinical social work practice (House, No. 2384). 3d. [02/16/22.] [Decker-Honan.] [Reported on Senate, No. 1456.]

 

273. [H. 300] Bill encouraging the growth of small businesses (House, No. 300). 3d. [02/22/22.] [Coppinger-Honan.]

  

276. [H. 1513] Bill to protect the privacy of 911 callers (House, No. 1513). 3d. [02/24/22.] [Day-Honan.] [Reported on Senate, No. 1074.]

 

277. [H. 4343] Bill to allow the town of Hingham to postpone its municipal election (House, No. 4343). 3d. [02/24/22.] [Ryan-Honan.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

278. [H. 4344] Bill establishing a voting precinct in the town of Hingham (House, No. 4344). 3d. [02/24/22.] [Ryan-Honan.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

280. [H. 286] Bill authorizing municipalities to expend certain funds for the acquisition of land to be used for rail trails (House, No. 286). 3d. [02/28/22.] [Coppinger-Honan.]

 

281. [H. 1451] Bill relative to speed limitations near waste or recycling collection vehicles (House, No. 1451). 3d. [02/28/22.] [Day-Honan.] [Reported on Senate, No. 1086.]

 

282. [H. 3433] Bill to increase safety on public ways (House, No. 3433). 3d. [03/01/22.] [Straus-Honan.]

 

283. [H. 3623] Bill relative to the enhancement of child safety (House, No. 3623). 3d. [03/01/22.] [Straus-Honan.]

 

286. [H. 1465] Bill providing for the expungement of racially restrictive covenants in recorded real property documents (House, No. 1465). 3d. [03/03/22.] [Day-Honan.]

 

289. [H. 1515] Bill to update expungement (House, No. 1515). 3d. [03/07/22.] [Day-Honan.] [Reported on Senate, No. 931.] 

 

290. [H. 1516] Bill concerning the arrest without a warrant of persons on probation and temporary custody (House, No. 1516). 3d. [03/07/22.] [Day-Honan.]

 

291. [H. 3394] Bill relative to increasing the fine for handicap parking violations for city/town implementation and compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (House, No. 3394). 3d. [03/07/22.] [Straus-Honan.] 

 

295. [H. 1846] Bill relative to caregiver authorization affidavits (House, No. 1846). 3d. [03/09/22.] [Day-Honan.] [Reported on Senate, No. 1058.]

 

296. [H. 4334] Bill designating a certain bridge in the town of Duxbury as the George W. W. Scott Bridge (House, No. 4334). 3d. [03/09/22.] [Straus-Honan.]

 

297. [H. 4335] Bill designating a certain intersection in the town of Duxbury as the Charlotte Bradford Memorial Square (House, No. 4335). 3d. [03/09/22.] [Straus-Honan.]

 

298. [H. 1370] Bill relative to accessory dwelling units (House, No. 1370). 3d. [03/10/22.] [Arciero-Honan.] [Reported on Senate, No. 908.]

  

299. [H. 1371] Bill further defining the purposes of the affordable housing trust in the city of Somerville (House, No. 1371). 3d. [03/10/22.] [Arciero-Honan.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

300. [H. 1870] Bill relative to the protection of persons with disabilities (House, No. 1870). 3d. [03/10/22.] [Day-Honan.]

  

302. [H. 4521] Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Maryann Donie, an employee of the Executive Office of Technology Services and Security (House, No. 4521). 3d. [03/14/22.] [Gordon-Honan.] 

 

305. [H. 1065] Bill relative to motor vehicle service contracts (House, No. 1065). 3d. [03/24/22.] [Murphy-Honan.]

 

307. [H. 4505] Bill promoting housing opportunity and mobility through eviction sealing (HOMES) (House, No. 4505). 3d. [03/24/22.] [Day-Honan.] [New draft of Senate, No. 921 and House, No. 1808.]

 

310. [H. 4497] Bill authorizing the town of Oakham to continue the employment of fire lieutenant Russel Willette (House, No. 4497). 3d. [03/28/22.] [Gordon-Honan.] [Reported on House, No. 4232.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

322. [H. 4457] Engrossed Bill providing for a comprehensive COVID-19 vaccination equity plan (see House, No. 4457). [Michlewitz-Honan.]

           [Being the text contained in Section 30 of the Engrossed Bill making appropriations for the fiscal year 2022 to provide for supplementing certain existing appropriations and for certain other activities and projects (see House, No. 4345, amended), which had been returned by His Excellency the Governor with recommendation of amendment (for message, see House, No. 4458, Attachment D.)]

            [Referred to the committee on Bills in the Third Reading – 03/30/22.]

 

323. [H. 4554] Bill prohibiting discrimination based on natural and protective hairstyles (House, No. 4554). Question on concurring with the Senate in its amendment. [Day-Michlewitz-Honan.] [New draft of House Bill No. 1907.]

        [Amended by the Senate by striking out all after the enacting clause and inserting in place the text contained in Senate document numbered 2796.]

         [Referred to the committee on Bills in the Third Reading – 04/04/22.]

 

324. [H. 2517] Bill relative to fire safety (House, No. 2517). 3d. [04/04/22.] [González-Honan.]

 

326. [H. 1169] Bill to add a compulsory death benefit to automobile liability insurance (House, No. 1169). 3d. [04/11/22.] [Murphy.]

 

327. [H. 1189] Bill relative to primary insurance (House, No. 1189). 3d. [04/11/22.] [Murphy-Honan.]

 

328. [H. 3968] Bill authorizing Holly Thyng to purchase creditable service from the Barnstable County Retirement Board (House, No. 3968). 3d. [04/11/22.] [Gordon-Honan.]

 

331. [H. 851] Bill preserving open space in the Commonwealth (House, No. 851). Question on concurring with the Senate in its amendment. [Domb-Michlewitz-Honan.] [Reported on Senate, No. 524 and House, No. 974.]

        [Amended by the Senate by striking out all after the enacting clause and inserting in place the text contained in Senate document numbered 2831.]

         [Referred to the committee on Bills in the Third Reading – 04/19/22.]

 

332. [H. 1222] Bill relative to insurance companies (House, No. 1222). 3d. [04/21/22.] [Murphy-Honan.]

 

333. [H. 3055] Bill creating a local option property tax cap for low-income seniors (House, No. 3055). 3d. [04/21/22.] [Cusack-Honan.]

 

335. [H. 4321] Bill relative to the authority of the Martha's Vineyard Commission and the town of Oak Bluffs to exchange parcels of land (House, No. 4321). 3d. [04/21/22.] [Tucker-Honan.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

336. [H. 3006] Bill providing for line-of-duty death benefits for firefighters (House, No. 3006). 3d. [05/02/22.] [Cusack-Honan.]

 

337. [H. 3734] Bill authorizing the town of Harvard to establish a cap on property taxes for means tested senior citizens (House, No. 3734). 3d. [05/02/22.] [Cusack.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

340. [H. 4534] Bill amending the charter of the city of Chelsea (House, No. 4534). 3d. [05/02/22.] [Tucker-Honan.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

342. [S. 2799] Bill (S.) amending the charter of the town of Sutton (Senate, No. 3766). 3d. [05/05/22.] [Tucker-Honan.] [New draft of Senate Bill No. 2482.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

343. [H. 2417] Bill relative to enhanced fire protection in new one- and two-family dwellings (House, No. 2417). 3d. [05/05/22.] [González.]

 

344. [H. 4451] Bill exempting the deputy police chief of the town of Wrentham from the civil service law (House, No. 4451). 3d. [05/05/22.] [Gordon-Honan.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

345. [H. 4452] Bill exempting the police chief of the town of Wrentham from the civil service law (House, No. 4452). 3d. [05/05/22.] [Gordon-Honan.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

346. [H. 4621] Bill authorizing the Berkshire County Retirement System to retire Chad Shimmon, a uniformed member of the town of Great Barrington Police Department (House, No. 4621). 3d. [05/05/22.] [Gordon.] [Reported on House, No. 4280.]

 

347. [H. 4667] Bill authorizing the licensing authority of the town of Hull to grant additional licenses for the sale of alcoholic beverages to be drunk on the premises (House, No. 4667). 3d. [05/05/22.] [Chan-Honan.] [Reported on House, No. 4235.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

350. [H. 4322] Bill concerning the rental of mopeds and motor scooters in the town of Oak Bluffs (House, No. 4322). 3d. [05/09/22.] [Tucker-Honan.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

351. [H. 4435] Bill authorizing Jeremiah Z. Valli to purchase creditable service from the Barnstable County Retirement Board (House, No. 4435). 3d. [05/09/22.] [Gordon-Honan.]

 

354. [H. 4572] Bill relative to the reserve time of public safety personnel in the city of Revere (House, No. 4572). 3d. [05/12/22.] [Gordon.] [Reported on House, No. 4278.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

355. [H. 4751] Bill regarding the disability pension for Richard Cintolo (House, No. 4751). 3d. [05/12/22.] [Gordon-Honan.] [Reported on House, No. 4373.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

356. [H. 4753] Bill regarding the disability pension for Scott O'Brien (House, No. 4753). 3d. [05/12/22.] [Gordon-Honan.] [Reported on House Bill No. 4374.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

359. [S. 460] Bill (S.) to allow Saugus town meeting to adopt a process to allow non-binding resolutions (printed as Senate, No. 460). 3d. [05/16/22.] [Ryan-Honan.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

362. [H. 4474] Bill authorizing the conveyance of easements by the city of Fitchburg to the town of Westminster (House, No. 4474). 3d. [05/16/22.] [Tucker.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

547. [H. 4577] Bill providing that officers in all positions of the Falmouth Police Department subject to Chapter 31 of the General Laws shall be exempt from the civil service law (House, No. 4577). 3d. [05/18/22.] [Gordon-Honan.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

548. [H. 440] Bill relative to termination of sales to wholesalers by suppliers of alcoholic beverages (House, No. 440). 3d. [05/23/22.] [ Chan-Honan.]

 

550. [H. 4750] Bill regarding the disability pension for Matthew Morris Retirement Board (House, No. 4750). 3d. [05/23/22.] [Gordon-Honan.] [Reported on House, No. 4372.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

537. [H. 4665] Bill authorizing the city of Salem to grant an additional license for the sale of wine and malt beverages not to be drunk on the premises of Peter's Bella Pizza at 84 Highland Avenue (House, No. 4665). 3d. [05/25/22.] [Chan.] [Reported on House, No. 4131.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

538. [H. 4666] Bill authorizing the town of Westford to grant one additional license for the sale of all alcoholic beverages (House, No. 4666). 3d. [05/25/22.] [Chan.] [Reported on House, No. 4196.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

553. [H. 4686] Bill relative to manufactured housing (House, No. 4686). 3d. [05/25/22.] [Arciero-Honan.] [Reported on House, No. 1376.] [Ms. Elugardo of Boston, of the committee on Housing, dissents.]

 

511. [H. 4326] Bill providing for the city of Worcester school committee election (House, No. 4326). 3d. [05/26/22.] [Ryan.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

512. [H. 4327] Bill relative to private street betterment assessments in the city of Worcester (House, No. 4327). 3d. [05/26/22.] [Tucker.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

408. [H. zs03] Bill prohibiting gunfire directed at dwelling houses (House, No. 1803). 3d. [05/31/22.] [Day.] [Reported on Senate, No. 1064 and House, No. 1662.]

 

446. [H. 2873] Bill relative to embarkation fees (House, No. 2873). 3d. [05/31/22.] [Cusack.] [Senator Fattman, of the committee on Revenue, dissents.]

 

523. [H. 4569] Bill Recognizing Sikh Appreciation Month (House, No. 4569). 3d. [05/31/22.] [Cabral.] [Reported on House, No. 3139.] 

 

574. [H. 4746] Bill authorizing the town of Raynham to grant additional licenses for the sale of wine and malt beverages not to be drunk on the premises (House, No. 4746). 3d. [05/31/22.] [Chan-Honan.] [Reported on House, No. 4324.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

578. [H. 4738] Bill establishing a charter for the town of Brewster (House, No. 4738). 3d. [06/02/22.] [Tucker-Honan.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

515. [H. 4483] Bill changing the board of selectmen of the town of Tyngsborough to a select board (House, No. 4483). 3d. [06/08/22.] [Tucker.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

516. [H. 4484] Bill establishing the position of town manager in the town of Tyngsborough (House, No. 4484). 3d. [06/08/22.] [Tucker.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

521. [H. 4549] Bill relative to recall elections in the town of Granby (House, No. 4549). 3d. [06/08/22.] [Ryan.] [Reported on House, No. 4285.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

587. [H. 4632] Bill establishing a building permit surcharge and special revenue fund in the town of Winchester (House, No. 4632). 3d. [06/08/22.] [Tucker-Honan.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

588. [H. 4752] Bill providing for the retirement of Richard Seibert, a police officer in the city known as the town of Braintree (House, No. 4752). 3d. [06/08/22.] [Gordon-Honan.] [Reported on House, No. 4529.] [Local Approval Received.]

  

369. [S. 1339] Bill (S.) authorizing the town of Charlemont to establish a tax on commercial recreation services (printed as Senate, No. 1339). 3d. [06/09/22.] [Cusack.] [Senator Fattman, of the committee on Revenue, dissents.] [Local Approval Received.]

  

487. [H. 3802] Bill regarding a hardship exemption for persons under the age of 60 in the town of Harwich (House, No. 3802). 3d. [06/09/22.] [Cusack.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

490. [H. 3908] Bill authorizing the city of Lawrence to establish a program for enforcement against illegal bars and illegal casinos (House, No. 3908). 3d. [06/09/22.] [Day.] [Local Approval Received.]

  

507. [H. 4300] Bill relative to property tax exemptions for affordable accessory dwelling unit rental properties in the city of Salem restricted as affordable housing (House, No. 4300). 3d. [06/09/22.] [Cusack.] [Local Approval Received.]

  

536. [H. 4664] Bill authorizing the town of Plainville to grant an additional license for the sale of alcoholic beverages (House, No. 4664). 3d. [06/09/22.] [Chan.] [Reported on House, No. 4086.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

590. [S. 2380] Bill (S.) designating a certain bridge in the town of Ipswich as the Global War on Terror memorial bridge (Senate, No. 2380). 3d. [06/09/22.] [Straus-Honan.]

 

591. [S. 2705] Bill (S.) authorizing the city of Taunton to contract for the renewal of services relative to the operation and maintenance of its wastewater treatment plant, sewers and pump stations, for a term not to exceed 5 years (Senate, No. 2705). 3d. [06/09/22.] [Cabral-Honan.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

592. [H. 3967] Bill authorizing certain members of the Webster Fire Department to buy-back eligible retirement service time (House, No. 3967). 3d. [06/09/22.] [Gordon-Honan.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

387. [H. 510] Bill relative to the town of Avon (House, No. 510). 3d. [06/13/22.] [Parisella.] [Local Approval Received.] 

 

468. [H. 3461] Bill establishing a pilot program allowing for in-person payment of daily parking fees at certain commuter rail stations operated by the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (House, No. 3461). 3d. [06/13/22.] [Straus.]

 

593. [H. 4722] Bill relative to the theft of vehicle catalytic converters (House, No. 4722). 3d. [06/13/22.] [Straus-Honan.]

  

594. [H. 4729] Bill changing the board of selectmen of the town of Lee to a select board (House, No. 4729). 3d. [06/13/22.] [Tucker-Honan.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

215. [H. 4296] Engrossed Bill further regulating police detail work in the town of Hudson (see House, No. 4296). [Gordon-Honan.] [Reported on House, No. 3921.] [Local Approval Received.]

         [Returned by His Excellency the Governor with recommendation of amendment (for message, see House, No. 4882.]

         [Referred to the committee on Bills in the Third Reading – 06/16/22.]

 

612. [H. 4743] Bill designating a certain portion of state highway in the town of Plymouth as Plimoth Patuxet highway (House, No. 4743). 3d. [06/16/22.] [Straus-Honan.]

 

458. [H. 3059] Bill relative to expanding agricultural land (House, No. 3059). 3d. [06/21/22.] [Cusack.] [Reported on House, No. 2810.]

 

613. [S. 535] Bill (S.) designating a certain boat launch area in the town of Rutland as the Detective John D. Songy boat launch (Senate, No. 535). 3d. [06/21/22.] [Domb-Honan.]

  

614. [H. 4454] Bill providing certain death benefits for the widow of a former firefighter of the city of Boston (House, No. 4454). 3d. [06/21/22.] [Gordon-Honan.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

615. [H. 4832] Bill dedicating the grove at Heritage State Park in the city of Fall River as the David Almond grove, in honor of the late David Almond (House, No. 4832). 3d. [06/21/22.] [Domb-Honan.]

 

616. [[H. 4870] Bill relative to the appointment of special police officers in the city of Fall River (House, No. 4870). 3d. [06/21/22.] [Gordon-Honan.] [Reported on House, No. 4766.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

18. [H. 3812] Bill providing for alcoholic beverage licenses in the town of Dunstable (House, No. 3812). Question on concurring with the Senate in its amendment. [Chan-Honan.] [Reported on Senate, No. 383.] [Local Approval Received.]

      [Amended by the Senate in lines 3 and 4 by striking out the following: "to be drunk on the premises pursuant to section 12 of said chapter 138, and for off-premises consumption pursuant to section 15 of" and inserting in place thereof the words "pursuant to".]

       [Referred to the committee on Bills in the Third Reading – 06/23/22.]

 

462. [H. 3207] Bill relative to restricted vital records (House, No. 3207). 3d. [06/23/22.] [Cabral.]

 

518. [H. 4504] Bill increasing penalties for hit and runs with recreational vehicles in the Commonwealth to be known as the James Ward Act (House, No. 4504). 3d. [06/23/22.] [Day.] [Reported on House No. 1720.]

 

456. [H. 3008] Bill relative to condominiums (House, No. 3008). 3d. [06/27/22.] [Cusack.]

 

535. [H. 4663] Bill authorizing the town of Milford to grant an additional license for the sale of all alcoholic beverages not to be consumed on the premises (House, No. 4663). 3d. [06/27/22.] [Chan.] [Reported on Senate, No. 2488 and House, No. 3933.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

539. [H. 4668] Bill authorizing the town of Milford to grant an additional license for the sale of all alcoholic beverages not to be consumed on the premises (House, No. 4668). 3d. [06/27/22.] [Chan.] [Reported on House, No. 4267.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

622. [H. 4789] Bill authorizing the creation of a linkage fee for development in the city of Chelsea (House, No. 4789). 3d. [06/27/22.] [Tucker-Honan.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

623. [H. 4809] Bill authorizing Duxbury to offset betterment assessments from funds from Federal Emergency Management Agency (House, No. 4809). 3d. [06/27/22.] [Tucker-Honan.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

624. [H. 4868] Bill to establish minimum reimbursement rate to insurance claimants (House, No. 4868). 3d. [06/27/22.] [Murphy-Honan.] [Reported on House, No. 1111.]

 

599. [S. 1596] Bill (S.) further regulating public safety in the city of Somerville (Senate, No. 1596). 3d. [06/28/22.] [González.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

377. [S. 2818] Bill (S.) authorizing the town of Southbridge to grant additional licenses for the sale of all alcoholic beverages to be drunk on the premises (Senate, No. 2818). 3d. [06/28/22.] [Chan.] [New draft of Senate, No. 2509.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

509. [H. 4312] Bill authorizing Christopher Arrigo to purchase creditable service from the Barnstable County Retirement Board (House, No. 4312). 3d. [06/28/22.] [Gordon.]

 

524. [H. 4573] Bill providing for special police officers in the city of Leominster (House, No. 4573). 3d. [06/28/22.] [Gordon.] [Reported on House, No. 4023.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

609. [H. 4631] Bill relative to a conservation restriction in the town of Hanson (House, No. 4631). 3d. [06/28/22.] [Tucker.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

611. [H. 4661] Bill designating a certain bridge in the city of North Adams as the William F. Evans memorial bridge (House, No. 4661). 3d. [06/28/22.] [Straus.]

 

625. [H. 4712] Bill authorizing the town of Lanesborough to continue the employment of Daniel Bolognia, Charles Garrity, Peter Pannesco, Peter Oakley, David Rolle, Donald Whalen and Michael Wooliver (House, No. 4712). 3d. [06/28/22.] [Gordon.]

 

626. [H. 4929] Bill relative to step therapy and patient safety (House, No. 4929). 3d. [06/28/22.] [Lawn-Michlewitz-Honan.] [New draft of House bill No. 1311.]

 

627. [H. 4930] Bill expanding protections for reproductive rights (House, No. 4930). 3d. [06/28/22.] [Decker-Lawn-Michlewitz-Honan.] [New draft of House bill No. 2264.]

 

628. [H. 4931] Bill relative to pesticides (House, No. 4931). 3d. [06/28/22.] [Domb-Michlewitz-Honan.] [New draft of House bill No. 4600.]

 

629. [H. 4932] Bill making appropriations for fiscal year 2022 to provide for supplementing certain existing appropriations and for certain other activities and projects (House, No. 4932). 3d. [06/28/22.] [Michlewitz-Honan.] [Reported on a part of House, No. 4881.] [Total Appropriation: $56,000,000.00.]

 

292. [H. 3534] Bill relative to expired licenses (House, No. 3534). 2d. [Straus.]

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

 

293. [H. 2186] Report of the committee on Municipalities and Regional Government ought NOT to pass, on the petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 2186) of Marc T. Lombardo and others for legislation to prohibit cities or towns from failing to enforce federal immigration laws by designating themselves as sanctuary cities and to withhold unrestricted general government aid to cities and towns for non-compliance. [Tucker.]

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

 

312. [S. 2703] Bill (S.) establishing the third Saturday in July as Negro Election Day (Senate, No. 2703). 2d. [Cabral.] [New draft of Senate Bill No. 2083.]

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

 

313. [S. 2704] Bill (S.) designating July 8 as Massachusetts Emancipation Day, also known as Quock Walker Day (Senate, No. 2704). 2d. [Cabral.] [New draft of Senate Bill No. 2059.]

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

 

314. [H. 1498] Bill establishing criminal responsibility for motor vehicle “hit and runs” on private property (House, No. 1498). 2d. [Day.]

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

 

315. [H. 1500] Bill relative to anti-litigation provisions in condominium documents (House, No. 1500). 2d. [Day.]

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

 

316. [H. 1501] Bill relative to construction defect claims by condominium owners (House, No. 1501). 2d. [Day.]

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

 

317. [H. 3419] Bill regarding municipal truck routes (House, No. 3419). 2d. [Straus.]

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

 

318. [H. 3512] Bill designating Marshfield the home of Senator Daniel Webster and Governor Edward Winslow (House, No. 3512). 2d. [Straus.]

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

 

319. [H. 3531] Bill relative to pup trailers (House, No. 3531). 2d. [Straus.]

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

 

320. [H. 3631] Bill increasing the penalties for passing a stopped school bus (House, No. 3631). 2d. [Straus.]

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

 

370. [S. 1803] Bill (S.) relative to charges associated with condominiums in tax title (Senate, No. 1803). 2d. [Cusack.]

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

 

371. [S. 1807] Bill (S.) relative to excise tax repayments (Senate, No. 1807). 2d. [Cusack.]

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

 

372. [S. 1820] Bill (S.) to aid economic recovery of the tourism industry (Senate, No. 1820). 2d. [Cusack.]

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

 

373. [S. 1965] Bill (S.) relative to the taxation of above ground conduits, wires, and pipes used in the transportation of natural gas (Senate, No. 1965). 2d. [Cusack.]

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

 

376. [S. 2789] Bill (S.) designating March as Fibromuscular Dysplasia Awareness Month (Senate, No. 2789). 2d. [Cabral.] [New draft of Senate, No. 2124.]

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

 

378. [H. 4] Bill relative to Chapter 12A (House, No. 4). 2d. [Cabral.] [Reported on House, No. 3.]

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

 

379. [H. 38] Bill relative to Lottery compliance investigations (House, No. 38). 2d. [Chan.]

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

 

380. [H. 172] Bill relative to research by independent testing laboratories (House, No. 172). 2d. [Donahue.]

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

 

381. [H. 175] Bill relative to employment discrimination protections for legal cannabis (House, No. 175). 2d. [Donahue.]

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

 

382. [H. 298] Bill improving housing opportunities (House, No. 298). 2d. [Coppinger.]

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

 

383. [H. 358] Bill promoting fairness in the rendering of dwelling accommodation services (House, No. 358). 2d. [Chan.] [Reported on House, No. 456.]

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

 

384. [H. 376] Bill relative to sales at retail (House, No. 376). 2d. [Chan.]

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

 

385. [H. 392] Bill relative to license suspensions (House, No. 392). 2d. [Chan.]

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

 

386. [H. 425] Bill to keep college graduates working (House, No. 425). 2d. [Chan.] [Reported on House, No. 412.]

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

 

388. [H. 926] Bill relative to improving pesticide protections for Massachusetts schoolchildren (House, No. 926). 2d. [Domb.]

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

 

389. [H. 1035] Bill providing mortgage customers additional mandatory information regarding their accounts (House, No. 1035). 2d. [Murphy.]

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

 

390. [H. 1037] Bill relative to modernization of insurance laws (House, No. 1037). 2d. [Murphy.]

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

 

391. [H. 1046] Bill to relative to an underinsurance [sic] issue (House, No. 1046). 2d. [Murphy.]

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

 

392. [H. 1080] Bill relative to Commonwealth automobile reinsurers (House, No. 1080). 2d. [Murphy.]

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

 

393. [H. 1082] Bill relative to special insurance brokers (House, No. 1082). 2d. [Murphy.]

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

 

394. [H. 1109] Bill expanding the use of video conferencing (House, No. 1109). 2d. [Murphy.]

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

 

395. [H. 1119] Bill relative to the cleanup of accidental home heating oil spills (House, No. 1119). 2d. [Murphy.]

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

 

396. [H. 1139] Bill providing for temporary emergency licensing of appraisers of motor vehicle damage covered by auto insurance policies (House, No. 1139). 2d. [Murphy.]

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

 

397. [H. 1140] Bill making changes to certain references in the banking laws of the Commonwealth (House, No. 1140). 2d. [Murphy.]

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

 

398. [H. 1141] Bill relative to insurance company rebates (House, No. 1141). 2d. [Murphy.]

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

 

399. [H. 1146] Bill expanding the use of video and telephone conferencing (House, No. 1146). 2d. [Murphy.]

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

 

400. [H. 1164] Bill relative to investments by fraternal benefit societies (House, No. 1164). 2d. [Murphy.]

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

 

401. [H. 1165] Bill to eliminate penalty charges when cancelling auto insurance policies (House, No. 1165). 2d. [Murphy.]

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

 

402. [H. 1238] Bill relative to notices by insurance companies (House, No. 1238). 2d. [Murphy.]

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

 

403. [H. 1342] Bill relative to the Honorable George V. Kenneally, Jr (House, No. 1342). 2d. [Rogers.]

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

 

404. [H. 1413] Bill promoting accessory dwelling units (House, No. 1413). 2d. [Arciero.]

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

 

405. [H. 1416] Bill relative to electronic meetings and voting in condominiums (House, No. 1416). 2d. [Arciero.]

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

 

406. [H. 1633] Bill relative to the collateral consequences of alimony (House, No. 1633). 2d. [Day.] [Reported on Senate, No. 983 and House, No. 1767.]

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

 

407. [H. 1638] Bill to simplify administrative aspect of evidentiary use of medical information (House, No. 1638). 2d. [Day.]

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

 

409. [H. 1804] Bill to further clear titles to real property affected by technical irregularities in    recorded instruments (House, No. 1804). 2d. [Day.] [Reported on House, No. 1841.]

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

 

410. [H. 1816] Bill to clarify homestead estates (House, No. 1816). 2d. [Day.] [Reported on Senate, No. 971.]

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

 

411. [H. 1821] Bill updating the definition of sexual assault counsellor to expand confidentiality protections (House, No. 1821). 2d. [Day.] [Reported on Senate, No. 1128.]

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

 

412. [H. 1829] Bill relative to the jurisdiction of the housing court (House, No. 1829). 2d. [Day.] [Reported on Senate, No.                      995.]

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

 

413. [H. 1830] Bill modernizing time-share extension and termination procedures (House, No. 1830). 2d. [Day.] [Reported on Senate, No. 1052.]

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

 

414. [H. 1863] Bill relative to tort actions for latent diseases (House, No. 1863). 2d. [Day.]

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

 

415. [H. 1903] Bill relative to the composition of the Victim and Witness Assistance Board (House, No. 1903). 2d. [Day.] [Reported on Senate, No. 1050.]

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

 

416. [H. 1906] Bill protecting the safety of victims of violent crimes (House, No. 1906). 2d. [Day.]

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

 

417. [H. 1941] Bill protecting wages of employees who receive wages through an electronic wage card (House, No. 1941). 2d. [Cutler.]

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

 

418. [H. 2015] Bill relative to employee definition harmonization (House, No. 2015). 2d. [Cutler.] [Reported on Senate, No. 1215.]

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

 

419. [H. 2416] Bill relative to fire protection (House, No. 2416). 2d. [González.]

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

 

420. [H. 2427] Bill relative to local law enforcement continuity between the city of Boston and the town of Dedham (House, No. 2427). 2d. [González.]

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

 

421. [H. 2429] Bill relative to critical incident intervention by emergency service providers (House, No. 2429). 2d. [González.]

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

 

422. [H. 2452] Bill relative to increasing hotel and motel safety (House, No. 2452). 2d. [González.]

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

 

423. [H. 2475] Bill relative to the reduction of certain toxic chemicals in firefighter personal protective equipment (House, No. 2475). 2d. [González.]

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

 

424. [H. 2482] Bill relative to medical services (House, No. 2482). 2d. [González.]

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

 

425. [H. 2486] Bill requiring live fire practice for a firearms license (House, No. 2486). 2d. [González.]

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

 

426. [H. 2502] Bill relative to local law enforcement continuity (House, No. 2502). 2d. [González.]

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

 

427. [H. 2505] Bill relative to firearms in certain public buildings (House, No. 2505). 2d. [González.]

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

 

428. [H. 2507] Bill enhancing child safety (House, No. 2507). 2d. [González.]

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

 

429. [H. 2511] Bill relative to swimming pool alarms (House, No. 2511). 2d. [González.]

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

 

430. [H. 2527] Bill relative to criminal manufacture and possession of certain weapons (House, No. 2527). 2d. [González.]

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

 

431. [H. 2529] Bill relative to furthering the success of opiate intervention programs (House, No. 2529). 2d. [González.]

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

 

432. [H. 2530] Bill relative to silencers (House, No. 2530). 2d. [González.]

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

 

433. [H. 2539] Bill relative to overdose fatalities (House, No. 2539). 2d. [González.]

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

 

434. [H. 2546] Bill relative to the availability of personal floatation devices at certain municipal and recreational programs and camps (House, No. 2546). 2d. [González.]

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

 

435. [H. 2599] Bill relative to arson investigators (House, No. 2599). 2d. [Gordon.]

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

 

436. [H. 2608] Bill relative to public safety personnel (House, No. 2608). 2d. [Gordon.] [Reported on Senate, No. 1743 and House, Nos. 2669 and 2683.]

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

 

437. [H. 2613] Bill relative to protecting local retirees (House, No. 2613). 2d. [Gordon.] [Reported on Senate, No. 1712.]

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

 

438. [H. 2651] Bill relative to maintenance of physical examinations records for public safety personnel (House, No. 2651). 2d. [Gordon.] [Reported on Senate, No. 1717.]

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

 

439. [H. 2653] Bill relative to death benefits to surviving spouses of call and volunteer firefighters (House, No. 2653). 2d. [Gordon.] [Reported on Senate, No. 1704.]

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

 

440. [H. 2751] Bill relative to the membership of the PRIM Board (House, No. 2751). 2d. [Gordon.] [Reported on Senate, No. 1737 and House, No. 2609.]

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

 

441. [H. 2760] Bill relative to police officers and firefighters relative to Chapter 41, Section 111F (House, No. 2760). 2d. [Gordon.]

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

 

442. [H. 2829] Bill relating to guardians of surviving children of emergency first responders (House, No. 2829). 2d. [Cusack.]

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

 

443. [H. 2841] Bill relative to ensuring fairness and equity in the assessment of the value of property (House, No. 2841). 2d. [Cusack.]

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

 

444. [H. 2849] Bill relative to taxes due upon the death of active duty personnel and the elderly (House, No. 2849). 2d. [Cusack.]

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

 

445. [H. 2856] Bill relative to the electronic filing of certain forms used in property valuation (House, No. 2856). 2d. [Cusack.]

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

 

447. [H. 2882] Bill relative to fines on certain commercial and revenue property (House, No. 2882). 2d. [Cusack.] [Senator Fattman, 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.]

 

448. [H. 2889] Bill relative to chapter land applications (House, No. 2889). 2d. [Cusack.]

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

 

449. [H. 2891] Bill to protect elder housing (House, No. 2891). 2d. [Cusack.]

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

 

450. [H. 2915] Bill relative to the establishment of a means tested senior citizen property tax exemption (House, No. 2915). 2d. [Cusack.] [Reported on Senate, Nos. 1916, and 1937 and House, Nos. 2905, 2930 and 3732.]

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

 

451. [H. 2918] Bill repealing the property tax exemption for Massport lessees (House, No. 2918). 2d. [Cusack.]

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

 

452. [H. 2921] Bill relative to tax abatement for permanently disabled veterans (House, No. 2921). 2d. [Cusack.]

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

 

453. [H. 2942] Bill authorizing the city of Boston to fund affordable housing through a fee on certain real estate transfers (House, No. 2942). 2d. [Cusack.] [Senators Collins and Fattman, of the committee on Revenue, dissent.] [Local Approval Received.]

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

 

454. [H. 2993] Bill supporting residents and communities in resolving tax debt (House, No. 2993). 2d. [Cusack.]

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

 

455. [H. 2995] Bill promoting urban agriculture and horticulture (House, No. 2995). 2d. [Cusack.] [Reported on Senate, No. 1893.]

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

 

457. [H. 3022] Bill relative to charges associated with condominiums in tax title (House, No. 3022). 2d. [Cusack.]

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

 

459. [H. 3069] Bill relative to property tax relief for 100% disabled veterans (House, No. 3069). 2d. [Cusack.]

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

 

460. [H. 3074] Bill relative to local control of boat excise revenue (House, No. 3074). 2d. [Cusack.] [Senator Fattman, 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.]

 

461. [H. 3158] Bill designating Dysautonomia & POTS awareness month (House, No. 3158). 2d. [Cabral.]

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

 

463. [H. 3230] Bill relative to landscape sprinkler systems (House, No. 3230). 2d. [Cabral.]

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

 

464. [H. 3290] Bill relative to the maximum storage charges on motor vehicles involuntarily towed (House, No. 3290). 2d. [Roy.]

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

 

465. [H. 3295] Bill relative to S-license compliance (House, No. 3295). 2d. [Roy.]

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

 

466. [H. 3299] Bill relative to tow lien reform (House, No. 3299). 2d. [Roy.]

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

 

467. [H. 3385] Bill to protect Native American heritage (House, No. 3385). 2d. [Fiola.] [Reported on Senate, Nos. 2239 and 2240, and House No. 3377.]

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

 

469. [H. 3493] Bill relative to container safety on roadways (House, No. 3493). 2d. [Straus.]

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

 

470. [H. 3553] Bill prohibiting the practice of coal rolling (House, No. 3553). 2d. [Straus.]

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

 

471. [H. 3555] Bill relative to motor vehicle leasing parity (House, No. 3555). 2d. [Straus.]

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

 

472. [H. 3558] Bill to promote transportation demand management (House, No. 3558). 2d. [Straus.]

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

 

473. [H. 3633] Bill relative to penalties for unlawful passing of a school bus (House, No. 3633). 2d. [Straus.]

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

 

474. [H. 3645] Bill relative to honoring the founding of the United States Army, the United States Air Force, and the National Guard (House, No. 3645). 2d. [McMurtry.]

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

 

475. [H. 3646] Bill in support of veterans and dependents through municipal tax bills (House, No. 3646). 2d. [McMurtry.]

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

 

476. [H. 3652] Bill relative to assisting veterans in need (House, No. 3652). 2d. [McMurtry.]

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

 

477. [H. 3653] Bill relative to half-staff notifications (House, No. 3653). 2d. [McMurtry.]

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

 

478. [H. 3659] Bill Resolve relative to recognition for the naval armed guard service (House, No. 3659). 2d. [McMurtry.]

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

 

479. [H. 3665] Bill establishing veterans’ service officers as mandated reporters (House, No. 3665). 2d. [McMurtry.]

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

 

480. [H. 3673] Bill relative to veteran inclusion (House, No. 3673). 2d. [McMurtry.]

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

 

481. [H. 3681] Bill relative to parking at certain airports for disabled veterans (House, No. 3681). 2d. [McMurtry.]

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

 

482. [H. 3683] Bill increasing access to medical care for veterans (House, No. 3683). 2d. [McMurtry.]

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

 

483. [H. 3692] Bill relative to a volunteer veteran corps mentoring program (House, No. 3692). 2d. [McMurtry.]

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

 

484. [H. 3720] Bill confirming Commercial Wharf East Condominium Association present uses as authorized by the Downtown Waterfront-Faneuil Hall Urban Renewal Plan and Chapter 663 of the Acts of 1964 and Chapter 310 of the Acts of 1972 and preventing residents from being forced to sell their property and leave (House, No. 3720). 2d. [Domb.]

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

 

485. [H. 3729] Bill relative to universal background checks for private gun sales (House, No. 3729). 2d. [González.]

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

 

486. [H. 3767] Bill authorizing the city of Melrose to regulate certain property tax exemption eligibility requirements for the elderly (House, No. 3767). 2d. [Cusack.] [Local Approval Received.]

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

 

488. [H. 3858] Bill providing for electric vehicle charging stations in the city of Cambridge (House, No. 3858). 2d. [Straus.] [Local Approval Received.]

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

 

491. [H. 3938] Bill authorizing the city of Somerville to impose a real estate transfer fee (House, No. 3938). 2d. [Cusack.] [Local Approval Received.] [Senator Fattman, 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.]

 

492. [H. 3966] Bill authorizing the town of Provincetown to impose a 0.5% real estate transfer fee (House, No. 3966). 2d. [Cusack.] [Local Approval Received.] [Senator Fattman, 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.]

 

493. [H. 4058] Bill facilitating the appropriation and expenditure of community preservation funds for community housing purposes in the town of Chatham (House, No. 4058). 2d. [Arciero.] [Local Approval Received.]

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

 

494. [H. 4059] Bill establishing a housing trust fund in the town of Chatham (House, No. 4059). 2d. [Arciero.] [Local Approval Received.]

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

 

495. [H. 4060] Bill establishing a real property transfer fee in the town of Chatham (House, No. 4060). 2d. [Cusack.] [Local Approval Received.] [Senator Fattman, 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.]

 

496. [H. 4062] Bill relative to the Office of the State Climatologist (House, No. 4062). 2d. [Domb.] [Senator Fattman, 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.]

 

497. [H. 4137] Bill relative to telemarketer disclosures (House, No. 4137). 2d. [Chan.]

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

 

498. [H. 4176] Bill relative to the delivery of property tax bills (House, No. 4176). 2d. [Cusack.]

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

 

499. [H. 4183] Bill regulating the flight of unmanned aircraft/drones in the airspace over all early, elementary and secondary education facilities in the Commonwealth (House, No. 4183). 2d. [Straus.]

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

 

500. [H. 4201] Bill authorizing the town of Nantucket to impose a real estate transfer fee for affordable and workforce housing (House, No. 4201). 2d. [Cusack.] [Local Approval Received.] [Senator Fattman, 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.]

 

501. [H. 4203] Bill to support families on Nantucket (House, No. 4203). 2d. [Arciero.] [Local Approval Received.]

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

 

502. [H. 4209] Bill defining a domestic partner as a spouse and dependent as to the city of Somerville (House, No. 4209). 2d. [Gordon.] [Local Approval Received.]

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

 

504. [H. 4276] Bill establishing representative town meetings (House, No. 4276). 2d. [Ryan.]

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

 

505. [H. 4282] Bill authorizing the city of Cambridge to impose a real estate transfer fee (House, No. 4282). 2d. [Cusack.] [Local Approval Received.] [Senator Fattman, 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.]

 

506. [H. 4295] Bill establishing a real estate transfer fee upon the transfer of property in the town of Arlington (House, No. 4295). 2d. [Cusack.] [Local Approval Received.] [Senator Fattman, 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.]

 

508. [H. 4311] Bill relative to recall elections in the town of Monterey (House, No. 4311). 2d. [Ryan.] [Local Approval Received.]

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

 

510. [H. 4316] Bill establishing a Beachwood/Lenstock maintenance district in the town of Stockbridge (House, No. 4316). 2d. [Tucker.] [Local Approval Received.]

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

 

514. [H. 4450] Bill authorizing the town of Brookline to hold hybrid town meetings (House, No. 4450). 2d. [Ryan.] [Local Approval Received].

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

 

517. [H. 4503] Bill to require the reporting of satisfaction of judgments awarding money damages(House, No. 4503). 2d. [Day.] [Reported on Senate, No. 969 and House, No. 1671.]

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

 

519. [H. 4506] Bill to protect victims of stalking in violation of harassment prevention orders (House, No. 4506). 2d. [Day.] [Reported on House No. 1658.]

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

 

520. [H. 4545] Bill to facilitate the unionization of the cannabis workforce (House, No. 4545). 2d. [Donahue.] [Reported on House No. 3710.]

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

 

522. [H. 4553] Bill protecting public higher education student information (House, No. 4553). 2d. [Rogers.] [Reported on House, Nos. 1353 and 1356.]

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

 

525. [H. 4575] Bill authorizing the town of Natick to hold hybrid town meeting [sic] (House, No. 4575). 2d. [Ryan.] [Local Approval Received].

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

 

526. [H. 4576] Bill amending the charter of the town of Bourne (House, No. 4576). 2d. [Tucker.] [Local Approval Received].

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

 

527. [H. 4587] Bill modernizing the Massachusetts alcohol laws (House, No. 4587). 2d. [Chan.] [Reported on House, No. 26.]

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

 

528. [H. 4588] Bill relative to consumer rights of renters (House, No. 4588). 2d. [Chan.] [Reported on House, No. 332.]

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

 

529. [H. 4589] Bill relative to acceptance of out-of-state identification in Massachusetts (House, No. 4589). 2d. [Chan.] [Reported on Senate, No. 248 and House, No. 436.]

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

 

530. [H.  4590] Bill relative to the sale of malt beverages produced by a pub brewery (House, No. 4590). 2d. [Chan.] [Reported on House, No. 475.]

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

 

531. [H. 4598] Bill relative to failed septic systems (House, No. 4598). 2d. [Domb.] [Reported on House, No. 1009.]

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

 

532. [H. 4613] Bill relative to employment protections for victims of abusive behavior (House, No. 4613). 2d. [Cutler.] [Reported on Senate, No. 1173 and House, No. 2018.]

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

 

533. [H. 4614] Bill regulating the use of credit reports by employers (House, No. 4614). 2d. [Cutler.] [Reported on Senate, Nos. 1154 and 1183 and House, No. 2019.]

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

 

534. [H. 4622] Bill authorizing Tisbury to modify fire department employment (House, No. 4622). 2d. [Gordon.] [Reported on House, No. 4124.] [Local Approval Received.]

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

 

541. [H. 4675] Bill relative to the Steamship Authority audit report (House, No. 4675). 2d. [Straus.] [Reported on House, No. 4527.]

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

 

542. [H. 3637] Resolutions urging the Congress of the United States to update the Drug Addiction Treatment Act of 2000 and remove excessive training requirements mandated for obtaining a waiver to prescribe buprenorphine (House, No. 3637). Question on adoption. [McMurtry.]

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

 

543. [H. 3639] Resolutions memorializing the Congress of the United States to declare the city of Quincy as the most patriotic city in America (House, No. 3639). Question on adoption. [McMurtry.].

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

 

544. [H. 3658] Resolutions for a United States constitutional amendment and a limited amendment proposing convention (House, No. 3658). Question on adoption. [McMurtry.]

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

 

545. [H. 3660] Resolutions calling on Article V of the United States Constitution for the convening of a convention of the states (House, No. 3660). Question on adoption. [McMurtry.]

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

 

546. [H. 4672] Resolutions establishing the annual observance of COVID-19 Remembrance Day (House, No. 4672). Question on adoption. [Cabral.]

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

 

554. [H. 5] Bill relative to Inspector General annual reports (House, No. 5). 2d. [Cabral.] [Reported on House, No. 3.]

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

 

555. [H. 1512] Bill relative to the punishment of organized retail crimes (House, No. 1512). 2d. [Day.]

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

 

557. [H. 3129] Bill relative to making amendments to the Massachusetts Business Corporation Act (House, No. 3129). 2d. [Cabral.]

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

 

558. [H. 4110] Bill relative to charter school procurement (House, No. 4110). 2d. [Cabral.]

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

 

559. [H. 4281] Bill directing the Superintendent of State Office Buildings to install a permanent memorial in the Massachusetts State House in honor of Mercy Otis Warren (House, No. 4281). 2d. [Cabral.]

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

 

560. [H. 4559] Bill authorizing the town of Shutesbury to establish a means-tested senior citizen property tax exemption (House, No. 4559). 2d. [Cusack.] [Local Approval Received.]

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

 

561. [H. 4567] Bill authorizing the town of Brookline to impose a real estate transfer fee (House, No. 4567). 2d. [Cusack.] [Senator Fattman, of the committee on Revenue, dissents.] [Local Approval Received.]

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

 

562. [H. 4581] Bill relative to the duties of the Clerk and Assistant Clerk of the Supreme Judicial Court for Suffolk County (House, No. 4581). 2d. [Day.]

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

 

567. [H. 4648] Bill authorizing the town of Wellfleet to establish a real estate transfer fee (House, No. 4648). 2d. [Cusack.] [Senator Fattman, of the committee on Revenue, dissents.] [Local Approval Received.]

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

 

568. [H. 4649] Bill expanding the exemption for residential property in the town of Wellfleet (House, No. 4649). 2d. [Cusack.] [Local Approval Received.]

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

 

569. [H. 4651] Bill relative to the Swansea Water Commissioner health benefits (House, No. 4651). 2d. [Tucker.]

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

 

570. [H. 4652] Bill relative to changing the Swansea Water District Commissioner election and term (House, No. 4652). 2d. [Tucker.]

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

 

571. [H. 4698] Bill relative to the scheduling of employees (House, No. 4698). 2d. [Cutler.] [Reported on Senate, Nos. 1235 and 1236 and House, No. 1974.]

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

 

572. [H. 4699] Bill prohibiting employment discrimination based on the legal use of cannabis (House, No. 4699). 2d. [Cutler.] [Reported on House, No. 2056.]

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

 

573. [H. 4715] Bill to promote efficiency in co-parent adoptions (House, No. 4715). 2d. [Day.] [Reported on Senate, No. 1124 and House, No. 1712.]

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

 

584. [S. 2574] Bill (S.) creating a Parks and Recreation Commission in the town of Templeton (Senate, No. 2574). 2d. [Tucker.] [Local Approval Received.]

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

 

585. [H. 835] Bill relative to certain county elections for certain vacancies (House, No. 835). 2d. [Ryan.]

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

 

586. [H. 4690] Bill relative to the amendment of section 2-1(a) and section 7-4 of the home rule charter of the city of Methuen (House, No. 4690). 2d. [Ryan.] [Local Approval Received.]

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

 

600. [S. 2518] Bill (S.) authorizing the treasurer of the town of Middleborough to pay from available funds to Middleborough High School students, parents or guardians amounts paid but not reimbursed for the costs of the 2020 senior trip (Senate, No. 2518). 2d. [Tucker.] [Local Approval Received.]

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

 

601. [S. 2875] Bill (S.) changing the name of the board of selectmen in the town of Newbury to the select board (Senate, No. 2875). 2d. [Tucker.] [Local Approval Received.] [Reported on Senate, No. 1361.]

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

 

602. [H. 2446] Bill to enhance child passenger safety (House, No. 2446). 2d. [González.]

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

 

603. [H. 2476] Bill relative to novelty sparklers (House, No. 2476). 2d. [González.]

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

 

604. [H. 2687] Bill to provide residency preference for the Boston Police Department and the Boston Fire Department (House, No. 2687). 2d. [Gordon.] [Local Approval Received.]

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

 

605. [H. 2795] Bill relative to the civil service hiring of surviving dependents (House, No. 2795). 2d. [Gordon.]

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

 

606. [H. 3737] Bill relative to blood testing for certain drivers (House, No. 3737). 2d. [Straus.]

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

 

607. [H. 3941] Bill relative to the exempting [sic] certain positions in the city of Gardner from the provisions of civil service (House, No. 3941). 2d. [Gordon.] [Local Approval Received.]

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

 

608. [H. 4627] Bill relative to the transfer of original documents to the Stockbridge-Munsee Community of the Mohican Nation from the town of Stockbridge (House, No. 4627). 2d. [Tucker.] [Local Approval Received.]

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

 

610. [H. 4654] Bill authorizing Jeffrey H. Jackson to purchase creditable service from the Barnstable County Retirement Board (House, No. 4654). 2d. [Gordon.]

        [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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630. [H. 2492] Bill relative to the disclosure of certain police reports (House, No. 2492). 2d. [González.]

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

 

631. [H. 4169] Bill relative to armed private security information (House, No. 4169). 2d. [González.]

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

 

632. [H. 4773] Bill amending the charter of the town of Swampscott (House, No. 4773). 2d. [Tucker.] [Local Approval Received.]

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

 

633. [H. 4806] Bill relative to regulation of hydrofluorocarbons substitutes (House, No. 4806). 2d. [González.] [Reported on House, No. 4476.]

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

 

634. [H. 2485] Report of the committee on Public Safety and Homeland Security ought NOT to pass, on petitions for legislation to authorize non-profit or charitable organizations to apply for waivers to the elevator inspection fees [based on petitions of David Paul Linsky, accompanied by bill, House, No. 2485; and Paul W. Mark and another, accompanied by House No. 2497] [González.]

          [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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