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CALENDAR
 
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Wednesday, March 4, 2020.
 
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 [At  twelve o'clock P.M.]
 
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ORDERS OF THE DAY.
 
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3. [H. 2369] Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Charles E. McCabe, an employee of the Massachusetts Department of Developmental Services (House, No. 2369). 3d. [03/13/19.] [Parisella-Petrolati.] 

 

15. [H. 1808] Bill relative to land in Bernardston (House, No. 1808). 3d. [05/13/19.] [O'Day-Petrolati.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

17. [H. 1837] Bill authorizing the town of Athol to establish a special fund for the town of Athol Public Library (House, No. 1837). 3d. [05/13/19.] [O'Day-Petrolati.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

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19. [H. 1789] Bill requiring automatic external defibrillators in Norfolk County public buildings (House, No. 1789). 3d. [05/15/19.] [O'Day-Petrolati.]

 

24. [H. 2355] Bill authorizing the certification and appointment of Adam J. Silva as a firefighter in the town of Wilmington (House, No. 2355). 3d. [05/20/19.] [Parisella-Petrolati.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

33. [H. 3641] 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. 3641). 3d. [06/06/19.] [O'Day-Petrolati.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

38. [H. 3627] Bill relative to the enhancement of child safety (House, No. 3627). 3d. [06/13/19.] [Straus-Petrolati.]

 

39. [H. 3698] Bill to dissolve the Newburyport Redevelopment Authority and transfer its lands to the city of Newburyport (House, No. 3698). 3d. [06/13/19.] [O'Day-Petrolati.] [Local Approval Received.] [Reported on Senate, No. 2202.]

 

46. [H. 892] Bill relative to the George L. Darey Inland Fisheries and Game Fund (House, No. 892). 3d. [07/08/19.] [Pignatelli-Petrolati.]

 

56. [H. 3867] Bill designating a certain water spray deck park within the Department of Conservation and Recreation's Melnea A. Cass Recreation Complex in the Roxbury neighborhood of the city of Boston as the "Nakieka "Kiki" Taylor Water Deck" (House, No. 3867). 3d. [07/11/19.] [Pignatelli-Petrolati.] [Reported on House, No. 888.]

 

59. [S. 2252] Bill (S.) modifying certain titles and providing for the appointment of certain positions by the town administrator of the town of Newbury (Senate, No. 2252). 3d. [07/16/19.] [O'Day-Petrolati.] [Local Approval Received.] [Reported on Senate, No. 1201.]

 

61. [H. 3817] Bill relative to the fire department of the town of Lancaster (House, No. 3817). 3d. [07/16/19.] [Parisella-Petrolati.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

62. [H. 3818] Bill relative to the deputy fire chief of the town of Lancaster (House, No. 3818). 3d. [07/16/19.] [Parisella-Petrolati.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

70. [H. 3193] Resolutions memorializing the Congress of the United States to declare the city of Quincy as the most patriotic city in America (House, No. 3193). Question on adoption. [Campbell.]

 

74. [H. 2709] Bill designating Dysautonomia & POTS awareness month (House, No. 2709). 3d. [07/29/19.] [Gregoire-Petrolati.]

 

75. [H. 2736] Bill designating inflammatory breast cancer awareness day (House, No. 2736). 3d. [07/29/19.] [Gregoire-Petrolati.]

 

76. [H. 2750] Bill designating domestic workers' rights day (House, No. 2750). 3d. [07/29/19.] [Gregoire-Petrolati.]

 

77. [H. 2797] Bill relative to recognition of the "Honor and Remember" flag in the Commonwealth (House, No. 2797). 3d. [07/30/19.] [Gregoire-Petrolati.] [Reported on Senate, No. 1868.]

 

82. [H. 869] Bill relative to failed septic systems (House, No. 869). 3d. [07/31/19.] [Pignatelli-Petrolati.]

 

84. [H. 3636] Bill relative to the town of Dennis waterways, dredge, and maintenance program (House, No. 3636). 3d. [08/05/19.] [O'Day-Petrolati.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

86. [H. 3937] Bill establishing the Littleton common smart sewer district in the town of Littleton (House, No. 3937). 3d. [08/05/19.] [O'Day-Petrolati.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

87. [H. 3938] Bill establishing the charter for the town of Webster (House, No. 3938). 3d. [08/05/19.] [O'Day-Petrolati.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

89. [S. 1193] Bill (S.) providing for the membership of the Board of Park Commissioners of the town of Dunstable (Senate, No. 1193). 3d. [08/08/19.] [O'Day-Petrolati.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

90. [H. 2911] Bill relative to tow lien reform (House, No. 2911). 3d. [08/08/19.] [Golden-Petrolati.]

 

96. [S. 2178] Bill (S.) designating United States cadet nurse corps day (Senate, No. 2178, changed). 3d. [08/19/19.] [Campbell-Petrolati.]

      [Changed in line 3, by striking out the words "fifteenth day of June" and inserting in place thereof the following "first day of July".]

 

97. [H. 4028] Bill regulating the use of credit reports by employers (House, No. 4028). 3d. [08/19/19.] [Hay-Petrolati.] [Reported on House, No. 1659.]

 

99. [H. 2712] Bill relative to the Fort Devens Museum (House, No. 2712). 3d. [08/26/19.] [Gregoire.]

 

103. [H. 3989] Bill establishing building trades recovery week (House, No. 3989). 3d. [09/05/19.] [Gregoire.] [Reported on House, No. 3692.]

 

104. [H. 4051] Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Ana Ferdaus, an employee of the Department of Transitional Assistance (House, No. 4051). 3d. [09/05/19.] [Parisella-Petrolati.]

 

132. [H. 3986] Bill authorizing the town of Leyden to continue the employment of Gilda Galvis (House, No. 3986). 3d. [10/03/19.] [Parisella-Petrolati.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

134. [H. 2110] Bill relative to the Recreational Tramway Board (House, No. 2110). 3d. [10/07/19.] [Naughton-Petrolati.]

 

141. [S. 2253] Bill (S.) further regulating the membership on the Ware River Watershed Advisory Committee (Senate, No. 2253). 3d. [10/15/19.] [Pignatelli-Petrolati.] [Reported on Senate, No. 478.]

 

146. [H. 4106] Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Kathleen Stone-Harrington, an employee of the Department of Children and Families (House, No. 4106). 3d. [10/17/19.] [Parisella-Petrolati.]

 

155. [H. 4079] Bill granting the city of Medford the authority to require the adoption of institutional master plans subject to the review and approval by the municipality (House, No. 4079). 3d. [10/21/19.] [O'Day-Petrolati.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

156. [H. 4080] Bill amending the charter of the town of Dedham (House, No. 4080). 3d. [10/21/19.] [O'Day-Petrolati.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

161. [H. 1661] Bill relative to job creation through employee ownership (House, No. 1661). 3d. [10/24/19.] [Hay-Petrolati.]

 

162. [H. 3991] Bill amending certain liquor licenses in the town of Winchester (House, No. 3991). 3d. [10/24/19.] [Chan-Petrolati.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

167. [H. 4140] Bill authorizing the town of Dedham to grant one additional license for the sale of beer and wine to be drunk on the premises (House, No. 4140). 3d. [10/28/19.] [Chan-Petrolati.] [Reported on House, No. 295.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

168. [H. 4144] Bill authorizing the retirement board of the city of Salem to retire Brian Benson, a police officer of the city of Salem (House, No. 4144). 3d. [10/28/19.] [Parisella-Petrolati.] [Reported on House, No. 3749.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

170. [S. 1196] Bill (S.) allocating marijuana-related revenue in the town of Millbury (Senate, No. 1196, amended). 3d. [11/04/19.] [O'Day-Petrolati.] [Local Approval Received.]

          [Amended by the Senate in section 1, in lines 2 and 3, by striking out the words "manager of the town of Millbury shall deposit into the town's stabilization funds without appropriation" and inserting in place thereof the words "of Millbury shall, without appropriation, credit to the town's stabilization funds, as allocated pursuant to subsection (b),".]

 

171. [H. 2751] Bill relative to restricted vital records (House, No. 2751). 3d. [11/04/19.] [Gregoire-Petrolati.]

 

173. [H. 4102] Bill relative to disqualification of bidders on city contracts (House, No. 4102). 3d. [11/04/19.] [O'Day-Petrolati.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

174. [H. 4116] Bill to establish a beach capital improvement fund (House, No. 4116). 3d. [11/04/19.] [O'Day-Petrolati.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

176. [H. 4158] Bill relative to the disability retirement of Ryan Moore and Donald Demiranda, police officers in the town of Falmouth (House, No. 4158). 3d. [11/04/19.] [Parisella-Petrolati.] [Reported on House, No. 3973.]

 

180. [H. 3068] Bill protecting motorists and emergency personnel (House, No. 3068). 3d. [11/12/19.] [Straus-Petrolati.]

 

181. [H. 3584] Bill relative to the move over law (House, No. 3584). 3d. [11/12/19.] [Straus-Petrolati.]

 

185. [H. 4181] Bill to prevent jaywalking (House, No. 4181). 3d. [11/12/19.] [Straus-Petrolati.] [Reported on House, No. 3030.]

 

197. [H. 2383] Bill authorizing James S. Armentrout to purchase creditable service from the Barnstable County Retirement Board (House, No. 2383). 3d. [11/20/19.] [Parisella-Petrolati.]

 

199. [H. 4189] Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Nelly Montanez, an employee of the Department of Environmental Protection (House, No. 4189). 3d. [11/20/19.] [Parisella-Petrolati.]

 

200. [S. 1483] Bill (S.) concerning health insurance benefits for surviving spouses of firefighters in the city of Boston (Senate, No. 1483). 3d. [11/26/19.] [Parisella-Cullinane-Petrolati.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

201. [H. 1686] Bill relative to physician assistant non-competes (House, No. 1686). 3d. [11/26/19.] [Hay-Cullinane-Petrolati.]


202. [H. 3777] Bill relative to veterans housing advantage (House, No. 3777). 3d. [11/26/19.] [O'Day-Petrolati.]

 

203. [H. 1059] Bill relative to Commonwealth automobile reinsurers (House, No. 1059). 3d. [12/02/19.] [Murphy-Petrolati.]

 

204. [H. 2143] Bill relative to the maximum storage charges on motor vehicles involuntarily towed (House, No. 2143). 3d. [12/02/19.] [Naughton-Petrolati.] [Senator Montigny, of the committee on Public Safety and Homeland Security, dissents.]

 

206. [H. 4204] Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Richard Farnham, an employee of Berkshire County Jail and House of Correction (House, No. 4204). 3d. [12/02/19.] [Parisella-Petrolati.]


209. [H. 1777] Bill relative to tax title expense (House, No. 1777). 3d. [12/09/19.] [O'Day-Petrolati.]

 

210. [H. 1799] Bill relative to variances (House, No. 1799). 3d. [12/09/19.] [O'Day-Petrolati.]

 

214. [H. 4198] Bill authorizing the city known as the town of Greenfield to lease a certain parcel of land (House, No. 4198). 3d. [12/09/19.] [O'Day-Petrolati.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

215. [H. 1820] Bill relative to courtesy retail parking spaces designed for non-handicapped veterans (House, No. 1820). 3d. [12/16/19.] [O'Day-Petrolati.]

 

216. [H. 4221] Bill authorizing the town of Shutesbury to convey certain land (House, No. 4221). 3d. [12/16/19.] [O'Day-Petrolati.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

221. [H. 1289] Bill facilitating site plan review (House, No. 1289). 3d. [12/30/19.] [Honan-Petrolati.] [Representative DeCoste of Norwell, of the committee on Housing, dissents.]


222. [H. 1299] Bill relative to zoning density (House, No. 1299). 3d. [12/30/19.] [Honan-Petrolati.] [Representative DeCoste of Norwell, of the committee on Housing, dissents.]

 

224. [H. 1280] Bill relative to smart growth housing production (House, No. 1280). 3d. [01/06/20.] [Honan-Petrolati.] [Representative DeCoste of Norwell, of the committee on Housing, dissents.]

 

225. [H. 1281] Bill to expedite multifamily housing construction (House, No. 1281). 3d. [01/06/20.] [Honan-Petrolati.] [Representative DeCoste of Norwell, of the committee on Housing, dissents.]

 

226. [H. 2173] Bill relative to the timely and consistent payment of law enforcement personnel (House, No. 2173). 3d. [01/06/20.] [Parisella-Petrolati.] [Reported on Senate, No. 1560.]

 

227. [H. 2339] Bill clarifying call firefighter rights (House, No. 2339). 3d. [01/06/20.] [Parisella-Petrolati.]

 

228. [H. 4159] Bill authorizing the town of Nantucket to supply itself and its inhabitants with water (House, No. 4159). 3d. [01/06/20.] [Pignatelli-Petrolati.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

229. [S. 2366] Bill (S.) authorizing the town of Boxford to grant 2 additional licenses for the sale of alcoholic beverages to be drunk on the premises (Senate, No. 2366). 3d. [01/09/20.] [Chan-Petrolati.] [Reported on Senate, No. 2261.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

231. [H. 4058] Bill validating the actions taken at the annual town election held in the town of Dudley (printed in House, No. 4058). 3d. [01/09/20.] [Lawn-Petrolati.]

 

232. [H. 4115] Bill authorizing the city of Boston to limit buildings according to their use or construction to specified districts (House, No. 4115). 3d. [01/09/20.] [Honan-Petrolati.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

234. [H. 1277] Bill relative to accessory dwelling units (House, No. 1277). 3d. [01/13/20.] [Honan-Petrolati.] [Representative DeCoste of Norwell, of the committee on Housing, dissents.]

 

235. [H. 1781] Bill providing for the establishment of sustainable water resource funds (House, No. 1781). 3d. [01/13/20.] [O'Day.]

 

236. [H. 2264] Bill relative to death benefits to surviving spouses of call and volunteer firefighters (House, No. 2264). 3d. [01/13/20.] [Parisella-Petrolati.] [Reported on Senate, No. 1515.]

 

237. [H. 2352] Bill allowing additional compensation of an assistant municipal collector or assistant treasurer upon certification (House, No. 2352). 3d. [01/13/20.] [Parisella-Petrolati.]

 

258. [S. 2381] Bill (S.) authorizing the city of Easthampton to grant 8 additional licenses for the sale of all alcoholic beverages to be drunk on the premises, 4 additional licenses for the sale of wine and malt beverages to be drunk on the premise and 1 additional license for the sale of wine and malt beverages not to be drunk on the premises (Senate, No. 2381). 3d. [01/16/20.] [Chan-Petrolati.] [Reported on Senate, No. 2188.] [Local Approval Received.]


259. [H. 4094] Bill authorizing the county of Dukes County to borrow funds to pay costs of acquiring land, constructing buildings and other facilities as the county shall require, making capital improvements to county facilities, acquiring items of capital equipment, and for the payment of all other costs incidental and related thereto (House, No. 4094). 3d. [01/16/20.] [O'Day-Petrolati.]

 

260. [H. 4095] Bill changing the position of treasurer in the county of Dukes County to an appointed position (House, No. 4095). 3d. [01/16/20.] [O'Day-Petrolati.]

 

261. [H. 4218] Bill regarding breakfast after the bell (House, No. 4218). Question on concurring with the Senate in its amendment. [Peisch-Michlewitz-Petrolati.] [New draft of House Bill No. 591.] [Also based on Senate Bill No. 267.]

         [Amended by the Senate by striking out all after the enacting clause and inserting in place thereof the text contained in Senate document numbered 2473.]

         [Referred to the committee on Bills in the Third Reading – 01/23/20.]

 

262. [H. 202] Bill modernizing Lottery payment options (House, No. 202). 3d. [01/23/20.] [Chan-Petrolati.] [Reported on Senate, No. 127 and House, Nos. 38 and 202 and on a part of House, No. 27.]

 

263. [H. 260] Bill relative to license suspensions (House, No. 260). 3d. [01/23/20.] [Chan-Petrolati.]


264. [H. 608] Bill further regulating the Assisted Living Advisory Council (House, No. 608). 3d. [01/23/20.] [Balser-Galvin-Petrolati.]

 

265. [H. 1768] Bill relative to municipal form based codes (House, No. 1768). 3d. [01/23/20.] [O'Day-Petrolati.]

 

266. [H. 4277] Bill authorizing the city of Springfield to convert the use of park land at DeBerry Park for a new DeBerry and Homer Street Elementary School and to replace it with additional park land in the city of Springfield (House, No. 4277). 3d. [01/23/20.] [O'Day-Petrolati.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

267. [H. 4283] Bill relative to the town treasurer, town tax collector, and town clerk of the town of Chester (House, No. 4283). 3d. [01/23/20.] [O'Day-Petrolati.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

257. [H. 4155] Bill city of Chelsea affordable housing trust fund board (House, No. 4155). 3d. [02/03/20.] [O'Day.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

269. [S. 1872] Bill (S.) designating May 6 as Moyamoya Disease Awareness Day (Senate, No. 1872). 3d. [02/03/20.] [Gregoire-Petrolati.] [Reported on House, No. 2756.]

 

270. [H. 4334] Bill authorizing the city of Fitchburg to grant 1 additional license for the sale of all alcoholic beverages not to be drunk on the premises (House, No. 4334). 3d. [02/03/20.] [Chan-Petrolati.] [Reported on House, No. 3747.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

271. [H. 4335] Bill authorizing the city of Boston to grant one additional license for the sale of alcoholic beverages to be drunk on the premises (House, No. 4335). 3d. [02/03/20.] [Chan-Petrolati.] [Reported on House, No. 4100.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

272. [H. 4336] Bill authorizing the town of Clinton to grant a license for the sale of all alcoholic beverages to Super Sumit, Inc.  (House, No. 4336). 3d. [02/03/20.] [Chan-Petrolati.] [Reported on House, No. 4164.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

273. [H. 4337] Bill authorizing the town of Clinton to grant a license for the sale of all alcoholic beverages to 1044 Main Street Clinton LLC (House, No. 4337). 3d. [02/03/20.] [Chan-Petrolati.] [Reported on House, No. 4165.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

274. [H. 4338] Bill authorizing the licensing authority of the city of Woburn to grant additional alcoholic beverage licenses (House, No. 4338). 3d. [02/03/20.] [Chan-Petrolati.] [Reported on House, No. 4220.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

275. [H. 4339] Bill authorizing the town of Westford to grant two additional licenses for the sale of alcoholic beverages to be drunk on the premises (House, No. 4339). 3d. [02/03/20.] [Chan-Petrolati.] [Reported on House, No. 4234.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

276. [H. 4340] Bill authorizing the town of Webster to grant an additional license for the sale of all alcoholic beverages to be drunk on the premises (House, No. 4340). 3d. [02/03/20.] [Chan-Petrolati.] [Reported on House, No. 4270.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

279. [H. 4292] Bill requiring instruction in CPR and the use of defibrillators for high school graduation (House, No. 4292). 3d. [02/06/20.] [Peisch-Petrolati.] [Reported on House, No. 475.]

 

280. [H. 4312] Bill authorizing the town of Hanover to grant 13 additional licenses for the sale of alcoholic beverages to be drunk on the premises (House, No. 4312). 3d. [02/06/20.] [Chan-Petrolati.] [Reported on House, No. 4060.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

93. [H. 3969] Bill establishing a charter for the town of Medway (House, No. 3969, amended). Question on concurring with the Senate in its amendment. [O'Day-Petrolati.] [Local Approval Received.]

        [Amended by the House in section 2, in line 158, by striking out the words "parks and recreation commission,"; in line 159, by inserting after the word "board", the following: ", 3 members of the parks and recreation commission" (as changed by the Senate committee on Bills in the Third Reading); and in lines 326 to 329, inclusive, by striking out the paragraph contained in those lines and inserting in place thereof the following paragraph:

               "3-9-1 There shall be a housing authority composed of 5 members who shall be elected and appointed in accordance with the requirements of sections 5 and 5A of chapter 121B of the General Laws for the election and appointment of a housing authority in a town. The housing authority members shall serve for terms as provided in said sections 5 and 5A." (as changed by the Senate committee on Bills in the Third Reading).]

        [Amended by the Senate in section 2, in line 567, by striking out the following: "section 23B of chapter 39" and inserting in place thereof the following: "sections 18 to 25, inclusive of chapter 30A."]

         [Referred to the committee on Bills in the Third Reading – 02/10/20.]

 

281. [S. 2393] Bill (S.) authorizing the town of Halifax to continue the employment of Robert G. Gaynor (Senate, No. 2393). 3d. [02/10/20.] [Parisella-Petrolati.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

282. [H. 155] Bill relative to persons with developmental disabilities (House, No. 155). 3d. [02/10/20.] [Khan-Petrolati.]

 

283. [H. 1330] Bill relative to speed limitations near waste or recycling collection vehicles (House, No. 1330). 3d. [02/10/20.] [Cronin-Petrolati.] [Reported on Senate, No. 982.]

 

284. [H. 1562] Bill relative to school safety (House, No. 1562). 3d. [02/10/20.] [Cronin-Petrolati.]

 

285. [H. 3259] Bill establishing criminal responsibility for motor vehicle "hit and runs" on private property (House, No. 3259). 3d. [02/10/20.] [Cronin-Petrolati.]

 

286. [H. 4206] Bill designating a certain bridge in the city of Woburn as the Vietnam Veterans memorial bridge (House, No. 4206). 3d. [02/10/20.] [Straus-Petrolati.]

 

287. [H. 4207] Bill designating a certain bridge in the city of Woburn as the Angelo Piazza bridge (House, No. 4207). 3d. [02/10/20.] [Straus-Petrolati.]

 

288. [H. 4375] Bill relative to offenses while driving on a suspended license (House, No. 4375). 3d. [02/10/20.] [Cronin-Petrolati.] [Reported on House, No. 1474.]

 

289. [H. 4601] Bill increasing penalties for hit and runs with recreational vehicles in the Commonwealth to be known as the James Ward act (House, No. 4601). 3d. [02/10/20.] [Cronin-Petrolati.] [Reported on House, No. 1488.]

 

290. [H. 1413] Bill to increase transparency in the Massachusetts land record systems to protect the property rights of homeowners and businesses (House, No. 1413). 3d. [02/13/20.] [Cronin-Petrolati.] [Reported on Senate, No. 960.]

 

291. [H. 3685] Bill relative to the Northampton Housing Authority (House, No. 3685). 3d. [02/13/20.] [Honan-Petrolati.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

292. [H. 4402] Bill allowing the town of Sharon to grant licenses for the sale of all alcoholic beverages not to be drunk on the premises (House, No. 4402). 3d. [02/13/20.] [Chan-Petrolati.] [Reported on House, No. 3821.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

293. [H. 4603] Bill relative to statewide grand juries (House, No. 4603). 3d. [02/13/20.] [Cronin-Petrolati.] [Reported on Senate, No. 855 and House, No. 1572.]

 

294. [H. 4610] Bill relative to duck hunting in densely populated areas (House, No. 4610). 3d. [02/13/20.] [Cronin-Petrolati.] [Reported on House, No. 3926.]

 

143. [H. 4117] Bill authorizing the city of Salem to convert a license for the sale of wine and malt beverages to be drunk on the premises to a license for the sale of all alcoholic beverages to be drunk on the premises (House, No. 4117). Question on concurring with the Senate in its amendment. [Chan-Petrolati.] [Reported on House, No. 4040.] [Local Approval Received.]

         [Amended by the Senate by inserting after section 1 (as published) the following section:

               "SECTION 2. Section 3 of chapter 158 of the acts of 2015 is hereby repealed.".]

         [Referred to the committee on Bills in the Third Reading – 02/18/20.]

 

295. [H. 833] 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. 833). 3d. [02/18/20.] [Pignatelli-Petrolati.] 

 

296. [H. 1892] Bill granting equal access to original birth certificates to all persons born in Massachusetts (House, No. 1892). 3d. [02/18/20.] [Mahoney-Petrolati.] 

 

297. [H. 3261] Bill relative to anti-litigation provisions in condominium documents (House, No. 3261). 3d. [02/18/20.] [Cronin-Petrolati.]

 

298. [H. 3392] Bill relative to child-centered family law (House, No. 3392). 3d. [02/18/20.] [Cronin-Petrolati.] [Reported on Senate, No. 928.] [Senators Eldridge, Chang-Diaz, Brownsberger, Creem and Lesser, of the committee on the Judiciary, dissent.]

 

299. [H. 3427] Bill relative to the protection of persons with disabilities (House, No. 3427). 3d. [02/18/20.] [Cronin-Petrolati.] 

 

300. [H. 3455] Bill protecting the safety of victims of violent crimes (House, No. 3455). 3d. [02/18/20.] [Cronin-Petrolati.] [Reported on Senate, No. 890.]

 

301. [H. 4294] Bill relative to the edible crab fishery (House, No. 4294). 3d. [02/18/20.] [Pignatelli-Petrolati.] 

 

302. [H. 4319] Bill authorizing the town of Hopkinton to remove certain land from a conservation restriction (House, No. 4319). 3d. [02/18/20.] [O'Day-Petrolati.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

304. [H. 4347] Bill relative to individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities (House, No. 4347). 3d. [02/18/20.] [Khan-Petrolati.] [Reported on House, No. 141.]

 

305. [H. 4349] Bill relative to supported decision-making agreements for certain adults with disabilities (House, No. 4349). 3d. [02/18/20.] [Khan-Petrolati.] [Reported on House, No. 172.]


239. [S. 2307] Bill (S.) authorizing the city council of the city of Somerville to appoint a clerk of committees and assistant clerks of committees (Senate, No. 2307). 3d. [02/20/20.] [O'Day.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

238. [S. 2265] Bill (S.) exempting Paul Jacques from the maximum age requirement for applying for civil service appointment as a police officer in the town of North Andover (Senate, No. 2265). 3d. [02/24/20.] [Parisella.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

306. [H. 397] Bill to prevent concussion and head injury (House, No. 397). 3d. [02/24/20.] [Peisch-Petrolati.] 

 

307. [H. 548] Bill relative to school disciplinary hearings (House, No. 548). 3d. [02/24/20.] [Peisch-Petrolati.] 

 

308. [H. 3080] Bill relative to pup trailers (House, No. 3080). 3d. [02/24/20.] [Straus-Petrolati.] 

 

309. [H. 3082] Bill relative to expired licenses (House, No. 3082). 3d. [02/24/20.] [Straus-Petrolati.] 

 

310. [H. 3105] Bill regarding right of way violations (House, No. 3105). 3d. [02/24/20.] [Straus-Petrolati.] 

 

311. [H. 3160] Bill relative to funeral processions and fines (House, No. 3160). 3d. [02/24/20.] [Straus-Petrolati.] 


312. [H. 3671] Bill relative to the expansion of bicycle lanes (House, No. 3671). 3d. [02/24/20.] [Straus-Petrolati.] 

 

313. [H. 3673] Bill increasing the penalties for passing a stopped school bus (House, No. 3673). 3d. [02/24/20.] [Straus-Petrolati.] 

 

314. [H. 3735] Bill relative to licensed funeral home vehicles (House, No. 3735). 3d. [02/24/20.] [Straus-Petrolati.] 

 

315. [H. 4193] Bill relative to the historic curatorship program in the town of Hamilton (House, No. 4193). 3d. [02/24/20.] [Cusack-Petrolati.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

316. [H. 4360] Bill designating a certain bridge in the town of Sandwich as the Commander Francis T. Williams & Sandwich Veterans memorial bridge (House, No. 4360). 3d. [02/24/20.] [Straus-Petrolati.] 

 

373. [H. 4010] Bill authorizing the town of Ware to exempt Christopher Scott Romani from the maximum age requirement for applying for civil service appointment as a police officer (House, No. 4010). 3d. [02/26/20.] [Parisella-Petrolati.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

317. [S. 2360] Bill (S.) exempting all positions in the police department of the town of Rockport from the civil service law (Senate, No. 2360). 3d. [02/27/20.] [Parisella.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

333. [H. 4308] Bill creating a maximum allowable check-cashing rate (House, No. 4308). 3d. [02/27/20.] [Chan.] [Reported on House, No. 277.]

 

374. [H. 1492] Bill expanding access to adoption (House, No. 1492). 3d. [02/27/20.] [Khan-Petrolati.]

 

375. [H. 3575] Bill to enhance child passenger safety (House, No. 3575). 3d. [02/27/20.] [Naughton-Petrolati.] 

 

376. [H. 3661] Bill relative to the reduction of certain toxic chemicals in firefighter personal protective equipment (House, No. 3661). 3d. [02/27/20.] [Naughton-Petrolati.] 

 

377. [H. 4205] Bill authorizing David Mottor to purchase creditable service from the Easthampton Contributory Retirement Board (House, No. 4205). 3d. [02/27/20.] [Parisella-Petrolati.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

378. [H. 4240] Bill authorizing the town of Leicester to continue the employment of Paul S. Doray (House, No. 4240). 3d. [02/27/20.] [Parisella-Petrolati.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

379. [H. 4242] Bill relative to the appointment of retired police officers as special police officers in the town of Plymouth (House, No. 4242). 3d. [02/27/20.] [Parisella-Petrolati.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

380. [H. 4273] Bill relative to the appointment of retired police officers as special police officers in the town of Weston (House, No. 4273). 3d. [02/27/20.] [Parisella-Petrolati.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

381. [H. 4320] Bill in relation to the town of Milford authorizing the hiring of a chief of police (House, No. 4320). 3d. [02/27/20.] [Parisella-Petrolati.] [Local Approval Received.]

 

382. [H. 4506] Bill authorizing and accelerating transportation investment (House, No. 4506). 3d. [02/27/20.] [Straus-Cabral-Michlewitz-Petrolati.] [Reported on a part of House, No. 4326.] [Bond Issue: $14,580,000,000.00.]

 

383. [H. 4508] Bill relative to transportation finance (House, No. 4508). 3d. [02/27/20.] [Michlewitz-Petrolati.] [Reported on a part of House, No. 4285.] [Representative Smola of Warren, of the committee on Ways and Means, dissents.]

 

179. [S. 2361] Engrossed Bill authorizing the appointment of special police officers in the town of West Bridgewater (see Senate, No. 2361, amended). Question on concurring with the Senate in its amendment. [Parisella-Petrolati.] [Reported on Senate, No. 2293.] [Local Approval Received.]

        [Amended by the Senate in section 4, in lines 30 and 31, by striking out the sentence contained in those lines and inserting in place thereof the following sentence: "A special police officer appointed pursuant to this act shall be considered a reserve or intermittent police officer and subject to the third paragraph of section 90B of chapter 41 of the General Laws and shall not be considered a full-time police officer.".]

         [Returned by His Excellency the Governor with recommendation of amendment (for message, see Senate, No. 2542).]

         [Referred to the committee on Bills in the Third Reading – 03/02/20.]

 

384. [H. 4315] Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Susan Edwards, an employee of the Department of Developmental Services (House, No. 4315). Question on concurring with the Senate in its amendment. [Parisella-Petrolati.]

         [Amended by the Senate in line 5, by inserting after the name "Edwards" the words: "to care for her immediate family member".]

         [Referred to the committee on Bills in the Third Reading – 03/02/20.]

 

385. [H. 1794] Bill to ensure adequate handicapped parking (House, No. 1794). 3d. [03/02/20.] [O'Day-Petrolati.] 

 

386. [H. 1798] Bill to establish commonsense permitting reforms for businesses and landowners (House, No. 1798). 3d. [03/02/20.] [O'Day-Petrolati.] 

 

387. [H. 1813] Bill regarding municipal tools to lessen land use disputes (House, No. 1813). 3d. [03/02/20.] [O'Day-Petrolati.] 

 

388. [H. 1922] Bill relative to death certificates (House, No. 1922). 3d. [03/02/20.] [Mahoney-Petrolati.] 

 

389. [H. 2055] Bill relative to the lawful return of property (House, No. 2055). 3d. [03/02/20.] [Naughton-Petrolati.] 

 

390. [H. 2072] Bill relative to non-resident firearm licensing (House, No. 2072). 3d. [03/02/20.] [Naughton-Petrolati.] 

 

391. [H. 2135] Bill relative to kayak safety (House, No. 2135). 3d. [03/02/20.] [Naughton-Petrolati.] 

 

392. [H. 2150] Bill relative to police pursuits (House, No. 2150). 3d. [03/02/20.] [Naughton-Petrolati.] 

 

393. [H. 4282] Bill enhancing flexibility for event licensing in the town of Foxborough (printed in House, No. 4282). 3d. [03/02/20.] [Chan-Petrolati.]

 

54. [H. 3684] Engrossed Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Patricia Harrison, an employee of the Department of Developmental Services (see House, No. 3684, amended). [Parisella-Petrolati.]

        [Amended by the House 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 developmental services, therefore it is hereby declared to be an emergency law, necessary for the immediate preservation of the public convenience.".]

          [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. 3965).]


110. [H. 525] Bill relative to educational collabratives [sic] (House, No. 525). 2d. [Gregoire.] [Reported on Senate, No. 1859.]

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

 

111. [H. 2666] Bill designating the last day of February as rare disease day in the Commonwealth (House, No. 2666). 2d. [Gregoire.]

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

 

112. [H. 2669] Bill designating the month of October as adopt a shelter dog month (House, No. 2669). 2d. [Gregoire.]

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

 

113. [H. 2702] Bill establishing "Here's to America" as the official patriotic song of the Commonwealth (House, No. 2702). 2d. [Gregoire.]

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

 

114. [H. 2739] Bill designating the song "Roadrunner" as the official rock song of the Commonwealth (House, No. 2739). 2d. [Gregoire.] [Senator Finegold, of the committee on State Administration and Regulatory Oversight, dissents.]

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

 

115. [H. 2753] Bill designating the official seasoning of the Commonwealth (House, No. 2753). 2d. [Gregoire.]

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

 

116. [H. 2762] Resolve relative to the commemoration of Governor James and General John Sullivan (House, No. 2762). 2d. [Gregoire.]

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

 

117. [H. 2767] Bill designating the Boston cream pie cupcake as the official cupcake of the Commonwealth (House, No. 2767). 2d. [Gregoire.]

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

 

118. [H. 2789] Bill designating the song "14 Counties of Massachusetts" as the official county song of the Commonwealth (House, No. 2789). 2d. [Gregoire.]

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

 

158. [H. 2948] Bill to protect Native American heritage (House, No. 2948). 2d. [McMurtry.]

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

 

188. [H. 807] Bill designating a certain area in the Dorchester section of the city of Boston in memory of Carl E. Hosea, Jr. (House, No. 807). 2d. [Pignatelli.]

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

 

241. [H. 1250] Bill relative to accessory dwelling units (House, No. 1250). 2d. [Honan-Petrolati.] [Representative DeCoste of Norwell, of the committee on Housing, dissents.]

 

242. [H. 1759] Bill to improve the local infrastructure development program (House, No. 1759). 2d. [O'Day.]

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


243. [H. 1769] Bill supporting affordable housing with a local option for a fee to be applied to certain real estate transactions (House, No. 1769). 2d. [O'Day.]

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

 

244. [H. 1782] Bill relative to regional stabilization funds (House, No. 1782). 2d. [O'Day.]

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

 

245. [H. 1790] Bill authorizing municipalities to expend certain funds for the acquisition of land to be used for rail trails (House, No. 1790). 2d. [O'Day-Petrolati.]

 

246. [H. 1821] Bill relative to authorizing governmental bodies and other approved parties to use shared legal representation and consultants in matters of common interest (House, No. 1821). 2d. [O'Day.]

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

 

247. [H. 1826] Bill relative to assessor certificates (House, No. 1826). 2d. [O'Day.]

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


248. [H. 1827] Bill supporting municipal fiscal stability through a special education stabilization fund (House, No. 1827). 2d. [O'Day.]

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

 

249. [H. 1829] Bill relative to the maintenance of private roads, beaches and amenities in municipalities (House, No. 1829). 2d. [O'Day.]

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

 

250. [H. 2704] Bill protecting information relating to the religious affiliation of an individual (House, No. 2704). 2d. [Gregoire.]

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

 

251. [H. 2755] Bill [sic] eliminate the MGL30B exemption for solid waste, recycling, etc. (House, No. 2755). 2d. [Gregoire-Petrolati.]

 

252. [H. 2780] Bill making amendments to the Massachusetts Business Corporation Act (House, No. 2780). 2d. [Gregoire.]

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

 

253. [H. 2783] Bill relating to the public records law (House, No. 2783). 2d. [Gregoire.]

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

 

254. [H. 2785] Bill relative to landscape sprinkler systems (House, No. 2785). 2d. [Gregoire-Petrolati.]

 

255. [H. 3047] Bill relative to historic route designations (House, No. 3047). 2d. [Straus.] [Reported on Senate, No. 2080 and House, No. 3011.]

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

 

256. [H. 3191] Bill designating a certain bridge in the city of Gardner as the Cpl. Lawrence L. Lukasevicius memorial bridge (House, No. 3191). 2d. [Straus.]

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

 

277. [H. 3547] Bill relative to encouraging the growth of small businesses (House, No. 3547). 2d. [Coppinger-Petrolati.] [Reported on Senate, No. 88.]

 

278. [H. 4310] Bill relative to updating the used car law (House, No. 4310). 2d. [Chan-Petrolati.] [Reported on House, No. 356.]


318. [H. 210] Bill relative to the direct wine shipper license (House, No. 210). 2d. [Chan.]

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

 

319. [H. 446] Bill relative to the powers and duties of a regional school district (House, No. 446). 2d. [Peisch.]

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

 

320. [H. 894] Bill relative to landfills and areas of critical environmental concern (House, No. 894). 2d. [Pignatelli-Petrolati.] 

 

321. [H. 1485] Bill to promote efficiency in co-parent adoptions (House, No. 1485). 2d. [Cronin-Petrolati.] [Reported on Senate, No. 1013.]

 

322. [H. 1761] Bill promoting cluster residential development (House, No. 1761). 2d. [O'Day.]

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

 

323. [H. 1764] Bill relative to zoning voting thresholds (House, No. 1764). 2d. [O'Day.]

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


324. [H. 1778] Bill relative to public hearing notification for variances from the terms of the applicable zoning ordinance or by-law (House, No. 1778). 2d. [O'Day.]

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

 

325. [H. 2116] Bill enhancing child safety (House, No. 2116). 2d. [Naughton-Petrolati.] 

 

326. [H. 3836] Bill relative to the building or rebuilding of bridges on land that falls under the jurisdiction of more than one municipality (House, No. 3836). 2d. [O'Day-Petrolati.] 

 

327. [H. 3837] Bill protecting neighboring communities from deleterious construction (House, No. 3837). 2d. [O'Day-Petrolati.] 

 

328. [H. 4289] Bill authorizing cities and towns to establish reduced maximum tow rates and parking fines during certain declared emergencies (House, No. 4289). 2d. [O'Day.] [Reported on House, No. 1792.]

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

 

329. [H. 4293] Bill concerning disposable menstrual products in schools (House, No. 4293). 2d. [Peisch.] [Reported on House, No. 565.]

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

 

330. [H. 4297] Bill relative to the proper bonding and grounding of CSST (House, No. 4297). 2d. [Chan.] [Reported on Senate, No. 99 and House, No. 308.]

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

 

331. [H. 4300] Bill relative to Lottery compliance investigations (House, No. 4300). 2d. [Chan-Petrolati.] [Reported on House, No. 39 and a part of House, No. 27.]

 

332. [H. 4307] Bill relative to negative equity (House, No. 4307). 2d. [Chan.] [Reported on House, No. 220.]

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

 

334. [H. 4604] Bill relative to expunged records (House, No. 4604). 2d. [Cronin-Petrolati.] [Reported on House, Nos. 3250 and 3251.] [Representative Sullivan of Abington, of the committee on the Judiciary, dissents.]


335. [H. 4605] Bill relative to construction defect claims by condominium owners (House, No. 4605). 2d. [Cronin-Petrolati.] [Reported on Senate, No. 835 and House, No. 3260]

 

336. [H. 3647] Report of the committee on Cannabis Policy, ought NOT to pass (under Joint Rule 10), on the petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 3647) of David F. DeCoste relative property owners' right to ban smoking of medical marijuana. [D. Rogers.]

 

337. [H. 179] Report of the committee on Community Development and Small Businesses, ought NOT to pass (under Joint Rule 10), on the petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 179) of Tackey Chan and others relative to the establishment of an interagency council to address inequality, promote opportunity and end poverty. [Coppinger.]

 

338. [H. 180] Report of the committee on Community Development and Small Businesses, ought NOT to pass (under Joint Rule 10), on the petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 180) of Michelle L. Ciccolo and others relative to municipal master plans. [Coppinger.]

 

339. [H. 181] Report of the committee on Community Development and Small Businesses, ought NOT to pass (under Joint Rule 10), on the petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 181) of Lori A. Ehrlich, Brendan P. Crighton and others for an investigation by a special commission (including members of the General Court) relative to local journalism in underserved communities. [Coppinger.]


340. [H. 183] Report of the committee on Community Development and Small Businesses, ought NOT to pass (under Joint Rule 10), on the petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 183) of Carlos González and others for legislation to establish the micro and minority business strategy committee to develop strategies for supporting micro businesses in inner city communities. [Coppinger.]

 

341. [H. 184] Report of the committee on Community Development and Small Businesses, ought NOT to pass (under Joint Rule 10), on the petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 184) of Carlos González and others relative to state grants targeting minority communities. [Coppinger.]

 

342. [H. 188] Report of the committee on Community Development and Small Businesses, ought NOT to pass (under Joint Rule 10), on the petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 188) of Todd M. Smola and Susannah M. Whipps for legislation to establish an industrial mill building revitalization task force (including members of the General Court) to stimulate the re-development, rehabilitation and revitalization of industrial mill buildings and surrounding areas in the Commonwealth. [Coppinger.]

 

343. [H. 189] Report of the committee on Community Development and Small Businesses, ought NOT to pass (under Joint Rule 10), on the petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 189) of Chynah Tyler and others relative to the calculation of area median income in municipalities with a population over 100,000 residents. [Coppinger.]

 

344. [H. 190] Report of the committee on Community Development and Small Businesses, ought NOT to pass (under Joint Rule 10), on the petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 190) of Bud L. Williams and others for legislation to establish the Western Massachusetts balanced sustainable development commission. [Coppinger.]

 

345. [H. 3546] Report of the committee on Community Development and Small Businesses, ought NOT to pass (under Joint Rule 10), on the petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 3546) of David Henry Argosky LeBoeuf and others for legislation to establish an online portal that serves as a single, unified entry point for small business owners to access and complete initial and ongoing state services and requirements in relation to the creation or ongoing operation of a small business located in the Commonwealth. [Coppinger.]

 

346. [H. 225] Report of the committee on Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure, ought NOT to pass (under Joint Rule 10), on the petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 225) of Shawn Dooley and Michael J. Soter (by vote of the town) that the town of Plainville be authorized to grant six additional licenses for the sale of all alcoholic beverages to be drunk on the premises. [Chan.]

 

347. [H. 291] Report of the committee on Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure, ought NOT to pass (under Joint Rule 10), on the petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 291) of Joseph D. McKenna and Ryan C. Fattman (by vote of the town) that the town of Webster be authorized to grant an additional license for the sale of all alcoholic beverages to be drunk on the premises. [Chan.]

 

348. [H. 306] Report of the committee on Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure, ought NOT to pass (under Joint Rule 10), on the petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 306) of Joan Meschino and Patrick M. O'Connor (by vote of the town) relative to authorizing certain officials in the town of Hull to issue 1-day licenses for the sale of alcoholic beverages and common victualler and entertainment licenses. [Chan.]

 

349. [H. 343] Report of the committee on Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure, ought NOT to pass (under Joint Rule 10), on the petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 343) of Todd M. Smola and Anne M. Gobi (by vote of the town) relative to authorizing the town of Palmer to issue three additional liquor licenses. [Chan.]

 

350. [H. 361] Report of the committee on Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure, ought NOT to pass (under Joint Rule 10), on the petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 361) of Susannah M. Whipps and Anne M. Gobi that the town of Athol be authorized to grant six additional liquor licenses for the sale of alcoholic beverages to be drunk on the premises. [Chan.]

 

351. [H. 3870] Report of the committee on Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure, ought NOT to pass (under Joint Rule 10), on the petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 3870) of Kate Hogan (by vote of the town) that the town of Maynard be authorized to grant one additional license for the sale of all alcoholic beverages not to be drunk on premise. [Chan.]

 

352. [H. 3992] Report of the committee on Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure, ought NOT to pass (under Joint Rule 10), on the petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 3992) of Michael S. Day and Jason M. Lewis (by vote of the town) that the town of Winchester be authorized to grant not more than 6 licenses for the sale of all alcoholic beverages on the premises to nonprofit charitable corporations. [Chan.]


353. [H. 4197] Report of the committee on Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure, ought NOT to pass (under Joint Rule 10), on the petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 4197) of Sheila C. Harrington (by vote of the town) that the town of Groton be authorized to grant two additional licenses for the sale of all alcoholic beverages not to be drunk on the premises and three additional licenses for the sale of all alcoholic beverages to be drunk on the premises in said town. [Chan.]

 

354. [H. 4271] Report of the committee on Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure, ought NOT to pass (under Joint Rule 10), on the petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 4271) of Paul McMurtry and Michael F. Rush (by vote of the town) that the town of Dedham be authorized to grant one additional license for the sale of wines and malt beverages to be drunk on premises. [Chan.]

 

355. [H. 4288] Report of the committee on Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure, ought NOT to pass (under Joint Rule 10), on the petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 4288) of Patricia A. Haddad (by vote of the town) that the town of Somerset be authorized to grant additional licenses for the sale of alcoholic beverages to be drunk on the premises in said town. [Chan.]

 

356. [H. 720] Report of the committee on Election Laws, ought NOT to pass (under Joint Rule 10), on the petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 720) of Andres X. Vargas, Dylan A. Fernandes and others for legislation to lower the voting age for municipal elections. [Lawn.]

 

357. [H. 2439] Report of the committee on Revenue, ought NOT to pass (under Joint Rule 10), on the petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 2439) of Mindy Domb and others relative to the earned income tax credit for working families. [Cusack.]

 

358. [H. 2804] Report of the committee on Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy, ought NOT to pass (under Joint Rule 10), on the petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 2804) of Ruth B. Balser and others relative to the use of electric and gas energy efficiency funds allocated for low income residential customers. [Golden.]

 

359. [H. 2889] Report of the committee on Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy, ought NOT to pass (under Joint Rule 10), on the petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 2889) of Paul W. Mark and others for legislation to establish an energy efficiency authority, and a green jobs program and loan fund. [Golden.]

 

360. [H. 2907] Report of the committee on Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy, ought NOT to pass (under Joint Rule 10), on the petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 2907) of James M. Murphy, Mark J. Cusack and Bruce J. Ayers relative to requiring legislative approval of natural gas compressor stations. [Golden.]

 

361. [H. 2955] Report of the committee on Transportation, ought NOT to pass (under Joint Rule 10), on the petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 2955) of Bruce J. Ayers for legislation to increase the fines and penalties for texting while driving. [Straus.]

 

362. [H. 3039] Report of the committee on Transportation, ought NOT to pass (under Joint Rule 10), on the petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 3039) of Jonathan Hecht, Sean Garballey and others relative to local community master plan transportation demand management. [Straus.]

 

363. [H. 3058] Report of the committee on Transportation, ought NOT to pass (under Joint Rule 10), on the petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 3058) of Daniel J. Hunt and others for legislation to protect vulnerable road users by requiring certain vehicles to be equipped with side under-ride guards and blind spot mirrors. [Straus.]

 

364. [H. 3075] Report of the committee on Transportation, ought NOT to pass (under Joint Rule 10), on the petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 3075) of Adrian C. Madaro and others relative to a congestion pricing pilot program for the Ted Williams and Sumner Tunnels. [Straus.]

 

365. [H. 3076] Report of the committee on Transportation, ought NOT to pass (under Joint Rule 10, on the petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 3076) of Adrian C. Madaro relative to congestion in the East Boston section of the city of Boston at the Sumner and Ted Williams tunnels and along the Route 1A corridor. [Straus.]

 

366. [H. 3090] Report of the committee on Transportation, ought NOT to pass (under Joint Rule 10), on the petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 3090) of Aaron Michlewitz relative to crosswalk traffic violations. [Straus.]

 

367. [H. 3109] Report of the committee on Transportation, ought NOT to pass (under Joint Rule 10), on the petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 3109) of Alice Hanlon Peisch relative to bicycle fines. [Straus.]

 

368. [H. 3137] Report of the committee on Transportation ought NOT to pass, on the petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 3137) of Theodore C. Speliotis and Bruce E. Tarr to authorize the Registry of Motor Vehicles to develop, design and implement a redesigned registration plate system for motor vehicles. [Straus-Petrolati.]


369. [H. 3583] Report of the committee on Transportation, ought NOT to pass (under Joint Rule 10), on the petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 3583) of William J. Driscoll, Jr. and others that the Massachusetts Department of Transportation be authorized to mark state-owned trails that intersect state-owned roads with marked crosswalks and pedestrian crossing signs with flashing lights and reflectors from trailhead to trailhead. [Straus.]

 

370. [H. 3624] Report of the committee on Transportation, ought NOT to pass (under Joint Rule 10), on the petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 3624) of Tommy Vitolo and others relative to the registration and excise tax of certain rental cars. [Straus.]

 

371. [H. 3212] Report of the committee on Veterans and Federal Affairs, ought NOT to pass (under Joint Rule 10), on the petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 3212) of Bradford Hill and others for legislation to allow veterans living in housing authorities to deduct the cost of traveling for medical purposes from the income total assessed by said authority. [Campbell.]

 

372. [H. 3226] Report of the committee on Veterans and Federal Affairs, ought NOT to pass (under Joint Rule 10), on the petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 3226) of Mathew J. Muratore and others relative to parking at certain airports for disabled veterans. [Campbell.]

 

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394. [H. 2106] Bill promoting police and youth partnership (House, No. 2106). 2d. [Naughton-Petrolati.]