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Event Detail – Joint Committee on the Judiciary

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Event Date:4/3/2013

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Constitutional Amendments & Legislation

Item Bill Number Bill Title Sponsor
1 S13 By Ms. Creem, a petition (accompanied by proposal, Senate, No. 13) of Cynthia S. Creem for a legislative amendment to the Constitution relative to the subject matter of initiative petitions. The Judiciary. Cynthia S. Creem
2 S14 By Mr. Ross, a petition (accompanied by proposal, Senate, No. 14) of Richard J. Ross, Bruce E. Tarr, Robert L. Hedlund, Michael R. Knapik and other members of the General Court for a legislative amendment to the Constitution to prohibit eminent domain. The Judiciary. Richard J. Ross
3 S15 By Mr. Tarr, a petition (accompanied by proposal, Senate, No. 15) of Bruce E. Tarr, Richard J. Ross and Geoff Diehl for a legislative amendment to the Constitution relative to the reform of the Executive Council. The Judiciary. Bruce E. Tarr
4 S783 By Mr. Ross, a petition (accompanied by bill, Senate, No. 783) of Richard J. Ross, Bruce E. Tarr, Robert L. Hedlund, Michael R. Knapik and other members of the General Court for legislation to require that eminent domain takings be for public use purposes and defining the term public use. The Judiciary. Richard J. Ross
5 S790 By Mr. Rush (by request), a petition (accompanied by bill, Senate, No. 790) of Hal Shurtleff for legislation relative to due process to prohibit the Commonwealth and its political subdivisions from adopting environmental and developmental policies that would infringe or restrict private property rights. The Judiciary. Michael F. Rush
6 H1184 By Mr. Ayers of Quincy, a petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 1184) of Bruce J. Ayers for legislation to authorize the Department of Highways to acquire certain land in the city of Quincy and the town of Milton by eminent domain for flood control and prevention purposes. The Judiciary. Bruce J. Ayers
7 H1272 By Mr. Coppinger of Boston (by request), a petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 1272) of Hal Shurtleff relative to private property owners due process rights. The Judiciary. Edward F. Coppinger
8 H1397 By Mr. Jones of North Reading, a petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 1397) of Bradley H. Jones, Jr. and others for legislation to prohibit eminent domain takings for the purpose of economic development. The Judiciary. Bradley H. Jones, Jr.
9 H1557 By Mr. Peterson of Grafton, a petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 1557) of George N. Peterson, Jr. and Paul K. Frost relative to protecting the rights of private property owners from certain land takings. The Judiciary. George N. Peterson, Jr.
10 H1558 By Mr. Peterson of Grafton, a petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 1558) of George N. Peterson, Jr. and Paul K. Frost relative to state agency compensation for owners of private property taken by eminent domain for regulatory purposes. The Judiciary. George N. Peterson, Jr.
11 H1677 By Mr. Walsh of Lynn, a petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 1677) of Steven M. Walsh relative to requiring owners of "Brownfields" sites taken by eminent domain to be responsible for clean-up costs. The Judiciary. Steven M. Walsh
12 H1680 By Ms. Walz of Boston, a petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 1680) of Martha M. Walz and others relative to eminent domain takings. The Judiciary. Martha M. Walz
13 H64 By Ms. Andrews of Orange, a petition (accompanied by proposal, House, No. 64) of Denise Andrews and Cleon H. Turner for a legislative amendment to the Constitution relative to the terms of office of Executive Councilors and members of the General Court. The Judiciary. Denise Andrews
14 H65 By Mr. Golden of Lowell, a petition (accompanied by proposal, House, No. 65) of Thomas A. Golden, Jr., for a legislative amendment to the Constitution relative to term limits for judges. The Judiciary. Thomas A. Golden, Jr.
15 H66 By Mr. Jones of North Reading, a petition (accompanied by proposal, House, No. 66) of Bradley H. Jones, Jr. and others for a legislative amendment to the Constitution relative to prohibiting eminent domain takings. The Judiciary. Bradley H. Jones, Jr.
16 H67 By Mr. Rushing of Boston, a petition (accompanied by proposal, House, No. 67) of Byron Rushing and others for a legislative amendment to the Constitution relative to the subject matter of initiative petitions. The Judiciary. Byron Rushing
17 H68 By Ms. Story of Amherst, a petition (accompanied by proposal, House, No. 68) of Ellen Story for a legislative amendment to the Constitution relative to the retirement of judges. The Judiciary. Ellen Story
18 H69 By Ms. Walz of Boston, a petition (accompanied by proposal, House, No. 69) of Martha M. Walz and others for a legislative amendment to the Constitution relative to eminent domain takings. The Judiciary. Martha M. Walz
19 H1432 By Ms. Khan of Newton, a petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 1432) of Kay Khan and others relative to youthful offenders and criminal offender record information. The Judiciary. Kay Khan
20 H3229 By Mr. Hill of Ipswich, a petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 3229) of Bradford Hill and others for legislation to raise the upper limit of juvenile court jurisdiction from 17 years old to 18 years of age. The Judiciary. Bradford Hill

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