Cynthia S. Creem 186th (2009 - 2010) Assistant Majority Leader

D Newton
Cynthia S. Creem

Addresses

State House
Room 312A
Boston, MA 02133
Phone: 617-722-1639
Fax: 617-722-1266
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Bill Docket Bill Title
S.19 SD1216 For legislation to protect the confidentiality of patient prescription records
S.37 SD607 For legislation relative to Workers’ Pathways to Self Sufficiency
S.40 SD1392 For legislation relative to foster youth who remain in the care of the Department of Children and Families after they attain eighteen years of age
S.69 SD992 For legislation relative to welfare reform
S.78 SD60 For legislation relative to eligibility criteria for nursing homes serving pediatric residents
S.176 SD983 For legislation relative to authorizing the direct shipment of wins
S.183 SD1163 For legislation to futher regulate pawn shops and dealers of second articles
S.218 SD1469 For legislation to provide health education in schools
S.259 SD1258 For legislation relative to providing Chapter 70 accountability for adequate access to school nursing
H.262 HD3466 Relative to the certification of interior designers
S.272 SD318 For legislation to establish a charter school working group
S.275 SD1067 For legislation relative to the special education circuit breaker
S.278 SD1968 For legislation to fulfill the promise of education reform adequate funding for student success
S.306 SD348 For legislation that provisions be made to create a special commission on insitutional long term care services
S.322 SD548 For legislation relative to a silver alert program to protect those with alzheimers.
S.323 SD852 For legislation relative to dementia special care units in long-term care facilities.
H.344 HD653 For legislation to impose a penalty for the devocalization of dogs and cats
S.353 SD591 For legislation relative to the agreement among the states to elect the president by national popular vote.
S.396 SD296 For legislation to protect the natural and historic resources of the Commonwealth
H.400 HD2423 That producers and distributors of anti-freeze be required to add bittering agents
H.402 HD2440 For legislation to provide for a comprehensive health education program in the public schools.
S.442 SD1912 For legislation for a healthy Massachusetts: safer alternatives to toxic chemicals
H.530 HD2577 Relaltive to early childhood education and care in the Commonwealth
S.603 SD1982 For legislation relative to equal access to higher education and generating revenue for the commonwealth
S.617 SD87 For legislation relative to authorizing municipalities to protect low and mederate income tenants and units of governmentally involved housing
H.660 HD2035 Relative to the agreement among states to elect the President by national popular vote
S.666 SD1309 For legislation to preserve publicly assisted affordable housing
S.678 SD1605 For legislation to establish uniform wage compliance and recordkeeping
S.680 SD1561 For legislation establishing a temporary workers right to know.
H.798 HD2223 For legislation to prohibit the use plastic bags by retail establishments
S.847 SD1180 For legislation relative to a board of midwifery
S.918 SD212 For legislation relative to missing persons
H.930 HD3426 Relative to the health insurance of children of divorced parents
S.1085 SD1433 For legislation relative to increasing the cost of living adjustment (cola) base
H.1181 HD298 Relative to non-smoking units in housing for elderly persons
S.1273 SD1650 For legislation relative to the senior circuit breaker tax credit
S.1482 SD473 For legislation relative to the failure to remove existing poles
S.1527 SD1511 For legislation relative to the establishment of municipal lighting authorities.
S.1610 SD1535 For legislation relative to public health
S.1687 SD389 For legislation relative to gender based discrimination and hate crimes
S.1693 SD1627 For legislation to further regulate sex offender registration
H.1728 HD431 Relative to gender based discrimination and hate crimes
S.1731 SD271 For legislation to prohibit sex offenders from operating school buses and ice cream trucks
S.1756 SD1240 For legislation relative to the modernization of optometric patient care
H.1797 HD878 For legislation to establish a "right to know" policy for certain temporary employees
H.2074 HD3463 Relative to public access of private restrooms
H.2080 HD1708 For legislation to establish a board of registration in midwifery
H.2119 HD2819 For legislation to expedite the period of time providing notification to patients of mammographic examinations
H.2127 HD852 For legislation to establish a health care trust for the preservation of the health care system of the Commonwealth
H.2128 HD3370 For the establishment of a special task force (including members of the General Court) to make an investigation of issues relating to the practice of defensive medicine in the Commonwealth
H.2161 HD3218 For legislation to further regulate the use of certain cleaning products in schools, hospitals, day care centers and public housing to provide for a reduction in asthma and other health threats
H.2186 HD2205 Relative to the removal or transportaton of trash
H.2487 HD244 Relative to cost of living adjustments for retired public employees of the Commonwealth
H.2999 HD3470 Relative to profession of interior designers bidding on state contracts
H.3255 HD2243 For the expenditure of funds by the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority for the improvement of certain commuter rail stations located in the city of Newton
H.3307 HD851 For legislation to further regulate the use of electronic communication devices by operators of school buses
H.3416 HD1391 For legislation to protect the interests and well being of residents in nursing homes, rest homes, and long-term care facilities
H.3438 HD1398 For legislation to protect from net loss public lands or easements taken or acquired for natural resource
H.3493 HD1370 Relative to the term "stadium" as used in the uniform state plumbing code
H.3573 HD1557 For legislation to preserve publicly assisted affordable housing
H.3660 HD2708 For legislation to ensure that high school graduates possess a reasonable breadth and depth of knowledge and skills
H.3711 HD1972 (by vote of the town) that the town of Brookline be authorized to lease a certain parcel of land to the Brookline Arts Center, Inc.
H.3712 HD1977 (by vote of the town) that the town of Brookline be authorized to sell taxi licenses
H.3713 HD1980 (by vote of the town) authorizing the town of Brookline to lease town owned property for an additional twenty years
H.3714 HD1981 (by vote of the town) relative to authorizing the town of Brookline to establish a retiree health care liability trust fund
H.3809 HD984 Relative to insurance coverage for autism
H.3826 HD1978 (by vote of the town) relative to the appointment to the office of chief of the fire department of the town of Brookline
H.4197 HD4511 (by vote of the town) relative to the residency requirements for police officers in the town of Brookline
H.4198 HD4512 (by vote of the town) relative to civil service exemptions for certain employees in the town of Brookline
H.4239 HD4307 (with the approval of the mayor and city council) relative to the retirment reclassification of the fire apparatus mechanic in the city of Newton
H.4451 HD4824 (by vote of the town) relative to health insurance coverage for retired employees of the town of Brookline
H.4856 HD4952 Relative to the licensure of professional landscape architects

Personal Information

Profession: Attorney

Education & Public Service

  • Boston University School of Law, J.D.
  • Boston University, B.S. in Business Administration
  • MA Senate, 1999-present
  • Executive Council;
  • Newton Board of Aldermen
First Middlesex and Norfolk -- Consisting of the city of Newton in the county of Middlesex; and the towns of Brookline and Wellesley, precincts A, C to E, inclusive, and H in the county of Norfolk.