Event Detail – Joint Committee on Public Service

Status:Completed

Event Date:7/26/2011

Start Time:1:00 PM

Location: B-2 Get Directions

Item Bill Number Bill Title Sponsor
1 H706 An Act relative to the retirement systems and pensions of the Commonwealth. Peter J. Koutoujian
2 S1361 An Act further regulating certain public employees creditable retirement service time for active service in the armed forces. Michael J. Rodrigues
3 H674 An Act providing creditable service for certain teachers. John J. Binienda
4 S1853 An Act prohibiting the Commonwealth from discrimination against those providing special education services to Massachusetts students under the authority and direction of chapter 71B of the General Laws of Massachusetts. Jennifer L. Flanagan
5 S1394 An Act relative to creditable service for Boston teachers. Steven A. Tolman
6 H672 An Act allowing certain county employees to buy back additional years for retirement purposes Demetrius J. Atsalis
7 S1298 An Act relative to maternity benefits for teachers Susan C. Fargo
8 H720 An Act relative to the retirement benefits of certain persons Elizabeth A. Poirier
9 H708 An Act to grant A. John Crisafulli three years of creditable service. David Paul Linsky
10 S1286 An Act clarifying teacher eligibility for creditable service Kenneth J. Donnelly
11 H679 An Act relative to credible service for school nurses. Geraldine M. Creedon
12 H721 An Act relative to teachers' retirement credits for parochial schools Angelo J. Puppolo, Jr.
13 H702 An Act to clarify creditable service for sabbatical leaves Jay R. Kaufman
14 H2932 An Act relative to nonpublic school service Cheryl A. Coakley-Rivera
15 H2973 An Act relative to the decrease by interchange of subsidiary accounts of employees in the state system of higher education Angelo M. Scaccia
16 H2975 An Act to make provisional employees in the labor service permanent employees Angelo M. Scaccia
17 H2485 An Act relative to creditable service for technology and engineering teachers Joyce A. Spiliotis
18 S1307 An Act relative to part-time higher education faculty eligibility in the state retirement system. Patricia D. Jehlen
19 H699 An Act relative to teacher's retirement Bradford Hill
20 S1326 An Act relative to teachers' retirement credits for parochial schools. Michael R. Knapik
21 H1604 An Act relative to creditable service for vocational school committee members Colleen M. Garry
22 H739 An Act relative to non-public school service Timothy J. Toomey, Jr.
23 S1312 An Act to authorize creditable service for certain public higher education faculty and professional employees. Brian A. Joyce
24 H2471 An Act Relative to Creditable Service for Public Safety Officers Louis L. Kafka
25 S1272 An Act extending creditable service for Teacher Corps service and Teach for America participants Stephen M. Brewer
26 S1318 An Act authorizing certain public employees creditable retirement service for service in the armed forces Thomas P. Kennedy
27 H1596 An Act relative to creditable service for teachers in charter schools Christopher G. Fallon
28 H2448 An Act providing creditable service of certain teachers Anne M. Gobi
29 H2486 An Act Extending Creditable Service for Peace Corps Service Cleon H. Turner
30 H2488 An Act relative to one day appointments Martin J. Walsh
31 S1355 An Act relative to creditable service Anthony W. Petruccelli
32 H3188 An Act regarding teacher retirement Paul W. Mark
33 H2976 An Act relating to contracts for certain town officers Stephen Stat Smith
34 S1317 An Act relative to credible service for school nurses Thomas P. Kennedy
35 S1332 An Act relative to creditable service for teachers Thomas M. McGee
36 S1310 An Act relative to the retirement options of certain educational personnel Brian A. Joyce
37 H2412 An Act relative to certain employees of the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission Garrett J. Bradley
38 H2414 An Act further regulating creditable service for certain teachers Garrett J. Bradley
39 H3474 An Act RELATIVE TO CREDITABLE SERVICE FOR EMPLOYEES OF THE COMMONWEALTH Garrett J. Bradley
40 H2968 An Act relative to the retirement of certain employees of the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority Eugene L. O'Flaherty