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The 192nd General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Hearing DetailsJoint Committee on Children, Families and Persons with Disabilities

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Item Name Start Time Duration Webcast
Joint Committee on Children, Families and Persons with Disabilities 9/15/2021 10:00 AM 02:36:08

Agenda

Bill Bill Title Sponsor
H.188  An Act fast-tracking adoptions for children in DCF custody Donald R. Berthiaume, Jr.
H.189  An Act establishing that the rights of a child to supersede the rights of the biological rights Donald R. Berthiaume, Jr.
H.220  An Act relative to children in the care, protection, and custody of the Commonwealth Sean Garballey
H.241  An Act relative to the prevention of child sexual abuse in schools and youth organizations John J. Lawn, Jr.
H.243  An Act expanding access to adoption Jack Patrick Lewis
H.244  An Act relative to family child care disclosures Kate Lipper-Garabedian
H.245  An Act to provide relief for the cost of child care Jay D. Livingstone
H.251  An Act to allow freedom in counseling Joseph D. McKenna
H.259  An Act to provide for the alternative method of examining competency James J. O'Day
H.277  An Act to improve child safety Steven G. Xiarhos
H.3776  An Act relative to basing dispositional orders on a child’s best interest Joan Meschino
H.4068  An Act relative to educational support for children in foster care David Henry Argosky LeBoeuf
S.90  An Act protecting youth during custodial interrogations Cynthia Stone Creem
S.93  An Act to ensure reporting of excessive force on children John J. Cronin
S.123  An Act relative to expanding access to adoption Joan B. Lovely
S.132  An Act relative to preventing sexual abuse of children and youth by adults in positions of authority or trust Joan B. Lovely
S.138  An Act to support children with neonatal abstinence syndrome Susan L. Moran