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Steven T. James
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House of Representatives
 
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CALENDAR
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Saturday, July 23, 2016.
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 [At eleven o’clock A. M.]
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ORDERS OF THE DAY.
 
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2. [S. 20] Bill (S.) relative to the special election in the city known as the town of Greenfield (Senate, No. 20, amended). 3d. [04/02/15.] [Mahoney-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
    [Amended by the Senate in section 1, in line 2, by striking out the following: “April 14” and inserting in place thereof the following: “May 12”.]
 
 
4. [H. 234] Bill concerning the transferal of innholders' licenses (House, No. 234). 3d. [04/15/15.] [Benson-Nangle.]
 
 
5. [H. 3183] Engrossed Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Daniel Cardillo, an employee of the Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance (see House, No. 3183). [Murphy-Nangle.] 
    [Returned by His Excellency the Governor with recommendation of amendment (for message, see House, No. 3352).]
       [Referred to the committee on Bills in the Third Reading – 05/04/15.]
 
 
7. [H. 2658] Bill relative to disabled veterans exemption of excise tax on a vehicle (House, No. 2658). 3d. [05/07/15.] [Kaufman-Nangle.]
 
 
8. [H. 2663] Bill relative to sales and excise tax exemptions for disabled veterans (House, No. 2663). 3d. [05/07/15.] [Kaufman-Nangle.]
 
 
23. [H. 1859] Bill relative to the Community Preservation Committee in the town of Nantucket (House, No. 1859). 3d. [06/03/15.] [O’Day-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
28. [S. 38] Bill (S.) relative to the town of Barre (Senate, No. 38). 3d. [06/22/15.] [Murphy-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
29. [H. 1691] Bill relative to the workers’ compensation exclusion for business owners (House, No. 1691). 3d. [06/22/15.] [Scibak-Nangle.] 
 
 
 
34. [H. 1871] Bill relative to the South Essex Sewerage District in the city of Salem (House, No. 1871). 3d. [06/24/15.] [O’Day-Nangle.]
 
 
39. [H. 2583] Bill to provide volunteer firefighters with a local option real estate tax exemption (House, No. 2583). 3d. [07/08/15.] [Kaufman-Nangle.]
 
 
51. [H. 1872] Bill relative to unpaid sewer use charges in the city of Holyoke (House, No. 1872). 3d. [07/27/15.] [O’Day-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
55. [H. 3653] Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Catherine Kungu, an employee of the Department of Developmental Services (House, No. 3653). 3d. [07/27/15.] [Murphy-Nangle.]
 
 
60. [H. 1690] Bill regarding youth sports referees (House, No. 1690). 3d. [07/29/15.] [Scibak-Nangle.] [Reported on Senate, No. 978.]
 
 
61. [H. 1695] Bill relative to participants in entertainment exhibitions (House, No. 1695, changed). 3d. [07/29/15.] [Scibak-Nangle.] 
         [Changed in section 2, in line 8, by inserting before the word “in”, the third time it appears, the words “for a limited period”.]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
67. [H. 3568] Bill relative to the charter of the town of Abington creating a department of public works (House, No. 3568). 3d. [07/30/15.] [O’Day-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
68. [H. 2264] Bill creating a special police force in the town of Duxbury (House, No. 2264). 3d. [08/03/15.] [Murphy-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
70. [H. 2273] Bill exempting William Gregory Gordon from the maximum age requirement for applying for civil service appointment as a police officer in the town of North Andover (House, No. 2273). 3d. [08/03/15.] [Murphy-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.] [Representative Dubois of Brockton, of the committee on Public Service, dissents.]
 
 
71. [H. 2998] Bill designating a certain section of state highway Route 2 in the city of Cambridge and town of Arlington as the James M. Gavin Memorial Highway (House, No. 2998). 3d. [08/03/15.] [Straus-Nangle.]
 
 
72. [H. 3234] Bill to allow the town of Canton to hold their annual municipal election on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November (House, No. 3234). 3d. [08/03/15.] [Mahoney-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
 
 
 
 
78. [H. 1712] Bill to limit indemnity and insurance responsibility for general contractors and subcontractors in construction work (House, No. 1712). 3d. [08/10/15.] [Scibak-Nangle.]
 
 
79. [H. 1771] Bill addressing workplace bullying, mobbing, and harassment, without regard to protected class status (House, No. 1771). 3d. [08/10/15.] [Scibak-Nangle.]
 
 
85. [H. 3715] Bill relative to the town of Northborough and the sale of all alcoholic beverages (House, No. 3715). 3d. [08/10/15.] [Benson-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 3628.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
86. [H. 1740] Bill relative to job creation through employee ownership (House, No. 1740). 3d. [08/20/15.] [Scibak-Nangle.] [Representatives McKenna of Webster and Orrall of Lakeville, of the committee on Labor and Workforce Development, dissent.]
 
 
89. [H. 3564] Bill establishing a beach restoration fund in the town of Sandwich (House, No. 3564). 3d. [08/20/15.] [O’Day-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
97. [H. 3681] Bill dissolving the Geriatric Authority of Holyoke (House, No. 3681). 3d. [08/20/15.] [O’Day-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 3555.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
 
 
109. [H. 3721] Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Philippe Fauche, an employee of the Department of Mental Health (House, No. 3721). 3d. [09/03/15.] [Murphy-Nangle.]
 
 
110. [H. 141] Bill relative to partial payments (House, No. 141). 3d. [09/08/15.] [Ferrante-Nangle.]
 
 
111. [H. 140] Bill to allow certain stores and shops to open on holidays (House, No. 140). 3d. [09/10/15.] [Ferrante-Nangle.]
 
 
123. [H. 1831] Bill supporting municipal fiscal stability through a special education stabilization fund (House, No. 1831, changed). 3d. [10/01/15.] [O’Day-Nangle.] [Reported on Senate, No. 1089.]
[Changed in line 1 by striking out the figures “2008” and inserting in place thereof the figures “2014”, in line 2 by striking out the following: “13C” and inserting in place thereof the following: “13D”, and in line 3 by striking out the following: “13D” and inserting in place thereof the following:“13E”.]
 
 
128. [H. 3757] Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Erica Amoako, an employee of the Department of Developmental Services (House, No. 3757). 3d. [10/07/15.] [Murphy-Nangle.]
 
 
134. [H. 1518] Bill relative to the safety of courthouses and remote court proceedings (House, No. 1518). 3d. [10/8/15.] [Fernandes-Nangle.] [Reported on Senate, No. 939.]
 
 
135. [H. 3200] Bill concerning long-term homeowners (House, No. 3200). 3d. [10/08/15.] [Kaufman-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
138. [H. 3780] Bill enhancing the volunteer service tax reduction for seniors (House, No. 3780). 3d. [10/08/15.] [Kaufman-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 2655.] 
 
 
139. [H. 3781] Bill relative to reducing tax burden on property owners (House, No. 3781). 3d. [10/08/15.] [Kaufman-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 2690.] 
 
 
160. [H. 2839] Bill designating the Commonwealth of Massachusetts as a Purple Heart State (House, No. 2839). 3d. [10/29/15.] [Kocot-Nangle.]
 
 
169. [H. 108] Bill relative to the safe placement of newborn infants (House, No. 108). 3d. [11/05/15.] [Kahn-Nangle.]
 
 
172. [H. 3315] Bill requiring the hands-free use of mobile telephones while driving (House, No. 3315). 3d. [11/17/15.] [Straus-Nangle.] [Reported on House, Nos. 3068 and 3119.]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
173. [H. 3837] Engrossed Bill relative to applications for waivers of the patient protection and affordable care act (see House, No. 3837, amended). Question on concurring with the Senate in its further amendment. [Dempsey-Nangle.] 
      [Being the text contained in Section 77 contained in the engrossed Bill making appropriations for the fiscal year 2015 to provide for supplementing certain existing appropriations and for certain other activities and projects (see House, No. 3829), which had been returned by His Excellency the Governor with recommendation of amendment (for message, see House, No. 3838, Attachment E).]
         [Amended by the House striking out all after the enacting clause and inserting in place thereof the following:
              “SECTION 1. Section 77 of chapter 119 of the Acts of 2015 is hereby amended by striking out the figure ‘90’ and inserting in place thereof the following figure:— 30.
              SECTION 2.  This act shall take effect as of November 2, 2015.”.]
         [Amended by the Senate by striking out all after the enacting clause and inserting in place thereof the following text:
               “SECTION 1. Notwithstanding any general or special law to the contrary, the board of the commonwealth health insurance connector shall submit a report to the joint committee on health care financing and the house and senate committees on ways and means not less than 45 days prior to submitting an application and not less than 10 days after submitting an application under clause (x) of section 3 of chapter 176Q of the General Laws detailing the intent and proposed changes to the state plan and state laws.
               SECTION 2.  This act shall take effect as of November 2, 2015.”.]
         [Referred to the committee on Bills in the Third Reading – 11/17/15.]
 
 
177. [H. 2805] Bill relative to sleep deprivation avoidance and promotion of good sleeping practices (House, No. 2805). 3d. [11/23/15.] [Kocot-Nangle.]
 
 
178. [H. 3366] Bill designating the Boston cream pie cupcake as the official cupcake of the Commonwealth (House, No. 3366). 3d. [11/23/15.] [Kocot-Nangle.]
 
 
179. [H. 3694] Bill relative to the retirement classification of Boston school police officers (House, No. 3694). 3d. [11/30/15.] [Murphy-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
180. [H. 1752] Bill relative to Sunday wages (House, No. 1752). 3d. [12/03/15.] [Scibak-Nangle.]
 
 
185. [H. 3709] Bill relative to the creation of a capital stabilization fund in the town of Winchendon (House, No. 3709). 3d. [12/10/15.] [O’Day-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
188. [H. 3685] Bill to amend the town charter of Concord (House, No. 3685). 3d. [12/14/15.] [O’Day-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
193. [H. 2923] Bill to expand membership opportunities in local cultural councils (House, No. 2923). 3d. [12/21/15.] [Atkins-Nangle.]
 
195. [S. 1467] Bill (S.) relative to taxes due upon the death of active duty personnel and the elderly (Senate, No. 1467). 3d. [12/23/15.] [Kaufman-Nangle.]
 
 
197. [H. 3873] Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Alimatu Lamptey, an employee of the Department of Mental Health (House, No. 3873). 3d. [12/23/15.] [Murphy-Nangle.] 
 
 
200. [H. 20] Bill related to the forfeiture of pension upon conviction of child pornography and other offenses (House, No. 20). 3d. [12/28/15.] [Murphy-Nangle.] [Reported on a part of House, No. 18.]
 
 
201. [H. 3288] Bill providing the retirement board of the city of Cambridge to grant creditable service to Kenneth T. Mui, Andrew Topouzoglou, Steven DeMarco, and Anthony Cacciola (House, No. 3288). 3d. [12/28/15.] [Murphy-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
207. [H. 531] Bill authorizing the establishment of senior citizen safety zones (House, No. 531). 3d. [01/07/16.] [Garlick-Nangle.]
 
 
210. [H. 3925] Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Robert Stevens, an employee of the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development (House, No. 3925). 3d. [01/07/16.] [Murphy-Nangle.]
 
 
216. [H. 2768] Bill designating inflammatory breast cancer awareness day (House, No. 2768). 3d. [01/19/16.] [Kocot-Nangle.] 
 
 
219. [H. 3544] Bill requiring medical exams for certain school bus drivers (House, No. 3544). 3d. [01/25/16.] [Straus-Nangle.]
 
 
221. [H. 3893] Bill relative to the town manager in the town of Tewksbury (House, No. 3893). 3d. [01/25/16.] [O’Day-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
222. [H. 82] Resolve providing for an investigation and study by a special commission relative to gender-responsive programming for juvenile justice system involved girls (House, No. 82). 3d. [01/27/16.] [Khan-Galvin-Dempsey-Nangle.] [Reported on Senate, No. 76.]
 
 
225. [H. 2208] Bill relative to employment benefits for Patricia Kannler (House, No. 2208, amended). 3d. [01/27/16.] [Murphy-Dempsey-Nangle.]
     [Amended by the House mended in line 5 by striking out the word “installments” and inserting in place thereof the words “enter into an installment agreement to pay”.]  
 
 
228. [H. 3416] Bill authorizing the release of certain land in the town of Cummington from the operation of an agricultural preservation restriction (House, No. 3416, amended). 3d. [01/27/16.] [Schmid-Dempsey-Nangle.]
     [Amended by the House in line 6 by inserting after the word “used” the words “by the town”.]  
 
230. [H. 3972] Bill relative to workers' compensation (House, No. 3972). 3d. [01/27/16.]  [Scibak-Dempsey-Nangle.] [New draft of House Bill No. 3765.]
 
 
238. [H. 3828] Bill authorizing the city of Everett to establish a linkage fee revolving fund (House, No. 3828). 3d. [02/01/16.] [O’Day-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
242. [S. 2002] Bill (S.) relative to the appointment of assistant city clerks in the city of Gardner (Senate, No. 2002). 3d. [02/04/16.] [O’Day-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
247. [H. 3866] Bill authorizing the city of Leominster to pay a certain unpaid bill (House, No. 3866). 3d. [02/04/16.] [O’Day-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
252. [H. 2257] Bill relative to firefighters cessation program (House, No. 2257). 3d. [02/22/16.] [Murphy-Nangle.]
 
 
253. [H. 3640] Bill providing for recall elections in the town of Bolton (House, No. 3640). 3d. [02/22/16.] [Mahoney-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
256. [H. 3961] Bill relative to local control of boat excise revenue (House, No. 3961). 3d. [02/22/16.] [Kaufman-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 2689.]
 
 
259. [H. 4024] Bill improving the accuracy of eyewitness identification procedures (House, No. 4024).  3d. [02/24/16.] [Fernandes-Dempsey-Nangle.] [New draft of House Bill No. 3861.]
 
 
260. [S. 1839] Bill (S.) designating a certain bridge in the city of Westfield as the all Westfield patriots bridge (Senate, No. 1839). 3d. [02/25/16.] [Straus-Nangle.]
 
 
261. [S. 1995] Bill (S.) relative to constables in the town of Middleborough (Senate, No. 1995). 3d. [02/25/16.] [O’Day-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
262. [S. 2074] Bill (S.) providing for further protection from pertussis (Senate, No. 2074). 3d. [02/25/16.] [Hogan-Sánchez-Nangle.] [Reported on Senate, No. 1993.]
 
 
263. [H. 225] Bill updating chapter 93H data security protections to include biometric information (House, No. 225). 3d. [02/25/16.] [Benson-Nangle.]
 
 
264. [H. 230] Bill to allow non-profits to purchase alcohol from retail package stores for charitable events (House, No. 230). 3d. [02/25/16.] [Benson-Nangle.]
 
 
265. [H. 247] Bill regulating the granting of temporary licenses for the sale of wine, beer, and malt liquor at auctions (House, No. 247). 3d. [02/25/16.] [Benson-Nangle.]
267. [H. 253] Bill relative to the sale of children’s jewelry (House, No. 253). 3d. [02/25/16.] [Benson-Nangle.]
 
 
268. [H. 275] Bill relative to issuing prize payments to charities (House, No. 275). 3d. [02/25/16.] [Benson-Nangle.]
 
 
270. [H. 2709] Bill designating the last day of February as rare disease day in the Commonwealth (House, No. 2709). 3d. [02/25/16.] [Kocot-Nangle.]
 
 
271. [H. 2729] Bill relative to the official amphibian of the Commonwealth (House, No. 2729). 3d. [02/25/16.] [Kocot-Nangle.]
 
 
272. [H. 2742] Bill to establish Uncle Sam day (House, No. 2742). 3d. [02/25/16.] [Kocot-Nangle.]
 
 
273. [H. 2790] Bill declaring the third Saturday of the month of October as Massachusetts minutemen and militia day (House, No. 2790). 3d. [02/25/16.] [Kocot-Nangle.]
 
 
274. [H. 2793] Bill designating domestic workers’ rights day (House, No. 2793). 3d. [02/25/16.] [Kocot-Nangle.]
 
 
275. [H. 2796] Bill designating the official seasoning of the Commonwealth (House, No. 2796). 3d. [02/25/16.] [Kocot-Nangle.]
 
 
276. [H. 3626] Bill declaring the first Monday of the month of May as school crossing guard day (House, No. 3626). 3d. [02/25/16.] [Kocot-Nangle.]
 
 
281. [H. 3524] Bill designating March as fibromuscular dysplasia awareness month (House, No. 3524). 3d. [02/29/16.] [Kocot-Nangle.]
 
 
285. [H. 4030] Bill relative to the establishment of a means tested senior citizen property tax exemption (House, No. 4030). 3d. [03/03/16.] [Kaufman-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 2524.]
 
 
223. [H. 3969] Bill eliminating health disparities on the basis of race, ethnicity, disability and gender (see House, No. 3969, amended). Question on concurring with the Senate in its amendments. [Dempsey-Nangle.] [New draft of House Bill No. 2048.]
         [Amended by the House in section 4, in line 20, by inserting after the word “by” the words “and report to”; and in line 47, by inserting the following: “section 16O” the words “, and the health policy commission; and in lines 47 and 48, by striking out the words “of each year and shall be posted on the official website of the commonwealth” and inserting in place thereof the following: “, 2017 and before July 1 of each subsequent year thereafter. The report shall be posted on the official website of the commonwealth.”.]
         [Amended by the Senate by striking out all after the enacting clause and inserting in place thereof the text contained in Senate document numbered 2143, amended in section 4, in line 34, inserting after the word “development” the words “including the division of insurance”, in line 40, inserting after the word “healthcare” the words “and health insurance”,  in line 43, striking out the following: “and (vii)” and inserting in place thereof the following: “(vii) food and nutrition access and quality; and (viii)”; and striking out the title and inserting in place thereof the following title: “An Act eliminating health disparities.”.]
         [Referred to the committee on Bills in the Third Reading – 03/07/16.]
 
 
288. [S. 723] Bill (S.) further regulating condominium associations (Senate, No. 723, amended). 3d. [03/10/16.] [Honan-Nangle.]
     [Amended by the Senate in line 4 (as published) by inserting after the word “action” the words “unless the request was unreasonable or was designed or intended to harass or intimidate”; and by inserting after the enacting clause (as changed by the Senate committee on Bills in the Third Reading) the following section:
            “SECTION 1. Section 1 of Chapter 142A of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2014 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out the definition of ‘Claimant’ and inserting in place thereof the following definition:–
            ‘Claimant’, an owner and resident of a residential building, containing at least 1 but not more than 4 dwelling units, who has entered into a construction contract with a contractor to carry out construction work on the building or an owner and resident of a single condominium unit in a residential building, who has entered into a construction contract with a contractor to carry out construction work on an area of the building under that owner's exclusive control, and who is making a claim against said contractor for failure of performance under the contract.”.]  
291. [H. 217] Bill regulating residential paving (House, No. 217). 3d. [03/10/16.] [Benson-Nangle.]
 
 
292. [H. 2308] Bill relative to death benefits to surviving spouses of call and volunteer firefighters (House, No. 2308, changed). 3d. [03/10/16.] [Murphy-Nangle.]
     [Changed in section 1, in line 3, by striking out the word “age” and inserting in place thereof the words “the age of”, and in section 3, in lines 9 and 10, by striking out the words “for such hospital, surgical, medical, dental and other health insurance”.]  
 
 
293. [H. 2784] Bill declaring the second Monday in October as “Italian-American Heritage Day” (House, No. 2784). 3d. [03/10/16.] [Kocot-Nangle.]
 
 
294. [H. 2795] Bill officially making the month of March multiple system atrophy awareness month (House, No. 2795). 3d. [03/10/16.] [Kocot-Nangle.]
 
 
295. [H. 2824] Bill designating shaken baby syndrome awareness week (House, No. 2824). 3d. [03/10/16.] [Kocot-Nangle.]
 
 
296. [H. 2825] Bill establishing school bus driver day (House, No. 2825). 3d. [03/10/16.] [Kocot-Nangle.]
 
 
 
 
297. [H. 2831] Bill designating the song “14 Counties of Massachusetts” as the official county song of the Commonwealth (House, No. 2831). 3d. [03/10/16.] [Kocot-Nangle.]
 
 
299. [H. 4026] Bill relative to exempted accommodations (House, No. 4026). 3d. [03/10/16.] [Kaufman-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 2451.]
 
 
300. [H. 3726] Bill expanding access to craft beer (House, No. 3726). 3d. [03/14/16.] [Benson-Nangle.]
 
 
301. [H. 4045] Bill relative to regional school district instructors service as an elected official in the city of New Bedford (House, No. 4045). 3d. [03/14/16.] [O’Day-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 3707.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
305. [H. 159] Bill to protect businesses from unwanted telemarketing (House, No. 159). 3d. [03/24/16.] [Benson-Nangle.]
 
 
306. [H. 208] Bill relative to unsolicited credit cards, checks, and vouchers by mail (House, No. 208). 3d. [03/24/16.] [Benson-Nangle.]
 
 
307. [H. 232] Bill relative to fines for license violations (House, No. 232). 3d. [03/24/16.] [Benson-Nangle.]
 
 
 
308. [H. 250] Bill prohibiting intentional misrepresentation by a business of its location (House, No. 250). 3d. [03/24/16.] [Benson-Nangle.]
 
 
309. [H. 282] Bill relative to the wholesale of malt beverages produced by a pub brewery (House, No. 282). 3d. [03/24/16.] [Benson-Nangle.]
 
 
311. [H. 603] Bill relative to voter registration for program participants (House, No. 603). 3d. [03/24/16.] [Mahoney-Nangle.]
 
 
312. [H. 734] Bill relative to shellfish reefs and water quality (House, No. 734). 3d. [03/24/16.] [Schmid-Nangle.]
 
 
314. [H. 1194] Bill to correct procedural omission regarding actions against certain decedents under Uniform Probate Code (House, No. 1194). 3d. [03/24/16.] [Fernandes-Nangle.]
 
 
316. [H. 1830] Bill relative to municipal use of insurance proceeds (House, No. 1830). 3d. [03/24/16.] [O’Day-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 1862.]
 
 
317. [H. 1832] Bill relating to contracts for certain town officers (House, No. 1832). 3d. [03/24/16.] [O’Day-Nangle.]
 
 
 
 
318. [H. 1835] Bill relative to regional stabilization funds (House, No. 1835). 3d. [03/24/16.] [O’Day-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 1878.]
 
 
319. [H. 1851] Bill relating to the issuance of temporary notes by cities, towns and districts (House, No. 1851). 3d. [03/24/16.] [O’Day-Nangle.]
 
 
320. [H. 1852] Bill relative to streamlining municipal finance (House, No. 1852). 3d. [03/24/16.] [O’Day-Nangle.]
 
 
321. [H. 1855] Bill relative to parking advancements for the revitalization of communities (PARC) (House, No. 1855). 3d. [03/24/16.] [O’Day-Nangle.]
 
 
322. [H. 1861] Bill relative to handicap automobile licenses or placards (House, No. 1861). 3d. [03/24/16.] [O’Day-Nangle.]
 
 
323. [H. 1863] Bill relative to authorizing governmental bodies and other approved parties to use shared legal representation and consultants in matters of common interest (House, No. 1863). 3d. [03/24/16.] [O’Day-Nangle.]
 
 
324. [H. 1874] Bill extending certain permits (House, No. 1874). 3d. [03/24/16.] [O’Day-Nangle.]
 
 
325. [H. 2084] Bill relative to elevator inspections (House, No. 2084). 3d. [03/24/16.] [Naughton-Nangle.]
326. [H. 2996] Bill relative to motorcycle inspections (House, No. 2996). 3d. [03/24/16.] [Straus-Nangle.]
 
 
327. [H. 3035] Bill relative to speed limits in historic districts (House, No. 3035). 3d. [03/24/16.] [Straus-Nangle.]
 
 
328. [H. 3130] Bill relative to the appointment of veterans’ agents (House, No. 3130). 3d. [03/24/16.] [Parisella-Nangle.]
 
 
330. [H. 3638] Bill authorizing the town of Marshfield to withdraw from the Metropolitan Area Planning District (House, No. 3638). 3d. [03/24/16.] [O’Day-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
339. [H. 4029] Bill relative to tax abatements for disabled veterans (House, No. 4029). 3d. [03/24/16.] [Kaufman-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 2476.]
 
 
342. [H. 4106] Bill to allow audiovisual depositions (House, No. 4106). 3d. [03/24/16.] [Fernandes-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 1193.]
 
 
343. [H. 4108] Bill protecting incapacitated persons (House, No. 4108). 3d. [03/24/16.] [Fernandes-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 1250.]
 
 
 
 
 
345. [H. 3851] 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. 3851). 3d. [03/28/16.] [O’Day-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
355. [H. 4129] Bill relative to streamlined low-voltage alarm system installation and permitting (House, No. 4129). 3d. [03/31/16.] [Benson-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 3846.]
 
 
358. [H. 1839] Bill to ensure adequate handicapped parking (House, No. 1839). 3d. [04/06/16.] [O’Day-Nangle.]
 
 
359. [H. 1854] Bill extending municipal bonding terms for local infrastructure development programs (House, No. 1854). 3d. [04/06/16.] [O’Day-Nangle.]
 
 
360. [H. 266] Bill updating a certain requirement for on premises liquor license applicants (House, No. 266). 3d. [04/07/16.] [Benson-Nangle.]
 
 
361. [H. 657] Bill providing for the establishment of sustainable water resource funds (House, No. 657). 3d. [04/07/16.] [Schmid-Nangle.]
 
 
362. [H. 1860] Bill relative to vacant and abandoned property in the Commonwealth (House, No. 1860). 3d. [04/07/16.] [O’Day-Nangle.]
 
 
363. [H. 1864] Bill relative to the effective enforcement of municipal ordinances and bylaws (House, No. 1864). 3d. [04/07/16.] [O’Day-Nangle.]
 
 
364. [H. 1866] Bill strengthening the enforcement of certain dog laws (House, No. 1866). 3d. [04/07/16.] [O’Day-Nangle.]
 
 
365. [H. 3214] Bill relative to clarity and truthfulness in direct mailings (House, No. 3214). 3d. [04/07/16.] [Benson-Nangle.]
 
 
370. [H. 3984] Bill validating the actions taken at an annual town meeting held in the town of Hudson (printed in House, No. 3984). 3d. [04/13/16.] [Mahoney-Nangle.]
 
 
371. [H. 112] Bill protecting Department of Children and Families social workers’ home addresses (House, No. 112). 3d. [04/19/16.] [Khan-Nangle.]
 
 
372. [H. 257] Bill relative to notification of licensees (House, No. 257). 3d. [04/19/16.] [Benson-Nangle.]
 
 
373. [H. 1556] Bill providing further protection for grand jurors (House, No. 1556). 3d. [04/19/16.] [Fernandes-Nangle.]
 
 
374. [H. 2277] Bill relative to the Muscular Dystrophy Association (House, No. 2277). 3d. [04/19/16.] [Murphy-Nangle.]
 
375. [H. 3321] Bill regarding decennial division of wards and precincts in the city of Boston (House, No. 3321). 3d. [04/19/16.] [Mahoney-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
377. [H. 4015] Bill designating a certain building at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design (House, No. 4015). 3d. [04/19/16.] [Sannicandro-Nangle.]
 
 
379. [H. 4115] Bill to hold property owners accountable for recurring public nuisance (House, No. 4115). 3d. [04/19/16.] [O’Day-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 1825.]
 
 
380. [H. 1844] Bill to establish commonsense permitting reforms for businesses and landowners (House, No. 1844). 3d. [04/21/16.] [O’Day-Nangle.]
 
 
381. [H. 1876] Bill to protect residential building lots (House, No. 1876). 3d. [04/21/16.] [O’Day-Nangle.]
 
 
382. [H. 4203] Bill relative to single risk limitations (House, No. 4203). 3d. [04/21/16.] [Michlewitz-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 914.]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
384. [S. 1654] Bill (S.) regarding Huntington's Disease awareness month (Senate, No. 1654, amended). 3d. [04/28/16.] [Kocot-Nangle.]
         [Amended by the Senate 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 designate the month of May as Huntington’s Disease Awareness month, therefore it is hereby declared to be an emergency law, necessary for the immediate preservation of the public convenience.”.]
 
 
385. [H. 3018] Bill relative to historic route designations (House, No. 3018). 3d. [04/28/16.] [Straus-Nangle.]
 
 
387. [H. 3662] Bill relative to abating a public nuisance on Cedar Pond in the town of Orleans (House, No. 3662). 3d. [04/28/16.] [Schmid-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
388. [H. 3799] Bill to prevent concussion and head injury (House, No. 3799). 3d. [04/28/16.] [Peisch-Nangle.]
 
 
389. [H. 3967] Bill relative to the lease of the Simes House in the town of Plymouth for its historic preservation, restoration and rehabilitation (House, No. 3967, changed). 3d. [04/28/16.] [O’Day-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
      [Changed by striking out section 2.]
 
 
 
390. [H. 4145] Bill concerning athletic activities of students with disabilities (House, No. 4145). 3d. [04/28/16.] [Peisch-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 404.]
 
 
393. [H. 4190] Bill relative to establishing a sick leave bank for Franco Tarquinio, an employee of the Department of Children and Families (House, No. 4190). 3d. [04/28/16.] [Murphy-Nangle.]
 
 
141. [H. 3806] Bill regulating secondary metals dealings (House, No. 3806, amended). Question on concurring with the Senate in its amendments. [Benson-Dempsey-Nangle.] [New draft of House Bill No. 3797, also based on Senate, No. 202.]
         [Amended by the House by striking out section 5 and inserting in place thereof the following section:
               “SECTION 5. Section 4 shall take effect 90 days after the commissioner promulgates rules and regulations necessary for the implementation of the Massachusetts abandoned property registry.”.]
         [Amended by the Senate by striking out all after the enacting clause and inserting in place thereof the text contained in Senate document numbered 2235, amended in section 5, in lines 193 and 194, striking out the following: “(iv) consumer electronics retailers primarily engaged in the business of selling new consumer electronics” and inserting in place thereof the following: “(iv) consumer electronics retailers primarily engaged in the business of selling new consumer electronics; or (v) providers of commercial mobile services, as defined in 47 U.S.C. 332(d), and their authorized agents and retailers that have a contractual relationship with a provider of commercial mobile services to sell their authorized products and services.” (as changed by the Senate committee on Bills in the Third Reading),
                  In lines 344 and 345, striking out the following: “or (iv) consumer electronics retailers primarily engaged in the business of selling new consumer electronics” and inserting in place thereof the following: “(iv) consumer electronics retailers primarily engaged in the business of selling new consumer electronics; or (v) providers of commercial mobile services, as defined in 47 U.S.C. 332(d), and their authorized agents and retailers that have a contractual relationship with a provider of commercial mobile services to sell their authorized products and services.” (as changed by the Senate committee on Bills in the Third Reading); and inserting after section 5 the following section:
               “SECTION 5A. Any local ordinances pertaining to secondary raw metals dealing, that is consistent with or exceeds the requirements of chapter 140B1/2 in effect prior to the effective date of said chapter 140B1/2 may remain in effect.” (as changed by the Senate committee on Bills in the Third Reading).]
          [Referred to the committee on Bills in the Third Reading – 05/02/16.]
 
 
394. [H. 11] Bill relative to disabled persons’ parking placards (House, No. 11). 3d. [05/02/16.] [Straus-Nangle.] [Reported on a part of House, No. 8.]
 
 
395. [H. 241] Bill relative to protecting consumers of the Commonwealth (House, No. 241). 3d. [05/02/16.] [Benson-Nangle.]
 
396. [H. 246] Bill making municipalities eligible to attend auctions for the purchase of motor vehicles (House, No. 246). 3d. [05/02/16.] [Benson-Nangle.]
 
 
397. [H. 280] Bill relative to the sale of alcohol on Sundays (House, No. 280). 3d. [05/02/16.] [Benson-Nangle.]
 
 
398. [H. 315] Bill relative to the dismissal of teachers (House, No. 315). 3d. [05/02/16.] [Peisch-Nangle.]
 
 
399. [H. 602] Bill relative to specially qualified voters (House, No. 602). 3d. [05/02/16.] [Mahoney-Nangle.]
 
 
400. [H. 605] Bill relative to absentee voting (House, No. 605). 3d. [05/02/16.] [Mahoney-Nangle.]
 
 
402. [H. 2249] Bill relative to the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority (House, No. 2249). 3d. [05/02/16.] [Murphy-Nangle.] [Representative Whelan of Brewster, of the committee on Public Service, dissents.]
 
 
403. [H. 2951] Bill relative to split-screen technology (House, No. 2951). 3d. [05/02/16.] [Straus-Nangle.]
 
 
404. [H. 4107] Bill relative to child-centered family law (House, No. 4107). 3d. [05/02/16.] [Fernandes-Nangle.] [Reported on Senate, No. 834 and House, No. 1207.]
405. [H. 4126] Bill relative to promoting fair housing practices (House, No. 4126). 3d. [05/02/16.] [Benson-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 162.]
 
 
406. [H. 4171] Bill amending MGL 21E and 310 CMR 4.03 (House, No. 4171). 3d. [05/02/16.] [Schmid-Nangle.] [Reported on House, Nos. 720 and 775.]
 
 
407. [H. 4181] Bill prohibiting robocalls to all mobile telephone devices (House, No. 4181). 3d. [05/02/16.] [Benson-Nangle.] [Reported on House, Nos. 193 and 273.]
 
 
409. [H. 269] Bill providing timely consumer protection for users of real estate appraisal services (House, No. 269). 3d. [05/05/16.] [Benson-Nangle.]
 
 
410. [H. 839] Bill relative to tobacco premium ratings (House, No. 839). 3d. [05/05/16.] [Michlewitz-Nangle.]
 
 
411. [H. 928] Bill to add a compulsory death benefit to automobile liability insurance (House, No. 928). 3d. [05/05/16.] [Michlewitz-Nangle.]
 
 
421. [S. 1674] Bill (S.) designating May 6 as Moyamoya Disease awareness day (Senate, No. 1674). 3d. [05/11/16.] [Kocot-Nangle.]
 
 
 
422. [S. 2224] Bill (S.) authorizing the town of Becket to establish a parks and recreation committee (Senate, No. 2224). 3d. [05/11/16.] [O’Day-Nangle.] [New draft of Senate Bill No. 2085.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
423. [H. 1930] Bill relative to needlestick injury prevention in public health facilities and settings (House, No. 1930). 3d. [05/11/16.] [Hogan-Sánchez-Nangle.]
 
 
424. [H. 3878] Bill relative to firefighters in the town of Concord (House, No. 3878). 3d. [05/11/16.] [Murphy-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
425. [H. 4178] Bill relative to the International Trade Commission’s reporting requirements (House, No. 4178). 3d. [05/11/16.] [Wagner-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 296.]
 
 
427. [H. 4211] Bill providing for a workforce housing financing plan (House, No. 4211). 3d. [05/11/16.] [Kaufman-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 2541.] [Senator Fattman of Webster, of the committee on Revenue, dissents.]
 
 
428. [H. 4212] Bill relative to industrial zoned small business property tax exemption (House, No. 4212). 3d. [05/11/16.] [Kaufman-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 2543.]
 
 
 
 
430. [H. 4216] Bill increasing the exemption for residential property in the town of Provincetown (House, No. 4216). 3d. [05/11/16.] [Kaufman-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 3587.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
431. [H. 2415] Bill relative to the Massachusetts state retirement system (House, No. 2415). 3d. [05/12/16.] [Murphy-Nangle.]
 
 
432. [H. 2961] Bill designating Marshfield the home of Senator Daniel Webster and Governor Edward Winslow (House, No. 2961). 3d. [05/16/16.] [Straus-Nangle.]
 
 
435. [H. 684] Bill regarding liability insurance requirements for owners of underground storage tanks (House, No. 684). 3d. [05/18/16.] [Michlewitz-Nangle.]
 
 
436. [H. 797] Bill to correct uninsured motorist coverage anomaly for listed operators (House, No. 797). 3d. [05/18/16.] [Michlewitz-Nangle.]
 
 
437. [H. 821] Bill relative to continuing education of insurance producers (House, No. 821). 3d. [05/18/16.] [Michlewitz-Nangle.]
 
 
438. [H. 903] Bill relative to group market plans for automobile and homeowners insurance (House, No. 903). 3d. [05/18/16.] [Michlewitz-Nangle.]
 
 
439. [H. 2794] Bill relative to restricted vital records (House, No. 2794). 3d. [05/18/16.] [Kocot-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 2820.]
 
 
444. [H. 932] Bill relative to title insurance closing protection letters (House, No. 932). 3d. [05/23/16.] [Michlewitz-Nangle.]
 
 
447. [S. 1712] Bill (S.) designating the first Wednesday in May as State Parks Day (Senate, No. 1712, amended). 3d. [05/25/16.] [Kocot-Nangle.]
         [Amended by the Senate 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 provide forthwith for the designation of the first Wednesday in May as State Parks Day, therefore it is hereby declared to be an emergency law, necessary for the immediate preservation of the public convenience.”.]
 
 
448. [S. 2068] Bill (S.) relative to certain charges and fees in the town of Charlton (Senate, No. 2068). 3d. [05/25/16.] [O’Day-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
449. [S. 2086] Bill (S.) authorizing the town of Westport to indemnify the payment of certain medical expenses for a retired firefighter (Senate, No. 2086). 3d. [05/25/16.] [O’Day-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
 
 
451. [H. 4074] Bill relative to the annual observance of Massachusetts Women’s Defense Corps Remembrance Day (House, No. 4074). 3d. [05/25/16.] [Kocot-Nangle.]
 
 
453. [H. 262] Bill to provide increased access to hearing aids (House, No. 262). 3d. [05/26/16.] [Benson-Sánchez-Nangle.] [Reported on Senate, No. 176.]
 
 
455. [H. 2046] Bill relative to assessing the Commonwealth’s eye care and vision health needs (House, No. 2046). 3d. [05/26/16.] [Hogan-Sánchez-Nangle.] [Reported on Senate, No. 1164 and House, No. 2047.]
 
 
456. [H. 2113] Bill relative to critical incident intervention by emergency service providers (House, No. 2113). 3d. [05/26/16.] [Naughton-Nangle.]
 
 
457. [H. 2121] Bill relative to hidden compartments (House, No. 2121). 3d. [05/26/16.] [Naughton-Nangle.]
 
 
458. [H. 2132] Bill relative to bank robberies and collection of fraudulent checks (House, No. 2132). 3d. [05/26/16.] [Naughton-Nangle.] [Representative Heroux of Attleboro, of the committee on Public Safety and Homeland Security, dissents.]
 
 
 
 
459. [H. 2774] Bill to exempt the deliberation of public bodies at town meeting from the open meeting law (House, No. 2774). 3d. [05/26/16.] [Kocot-Nangle.]
 
 
460. [H. 3011] Bill relative to motorcycle safety (House, No. 3011). 3d. [05/26/16.] [Straus-Nangle.]
 
 
461. [H. 3032] Bill to clarify penalties for violations occurring while driving with a hardship license (House, No. 3032). 3d. [05/26/16.] [Straus-Nangle.]
 
 
463. [H. 4307] Bill granting equal access to original birth certificates to all persons born in Massachusetts (House, No. 4307). 3d. [05/26/16.] [Hogan-Nangle.] [Reported on Senate, No. 1144 and House, No. 2045.]
 
 
471. [H. 132] Bill relative to mandated reporters (House, No. 132, changed). 3d. [06/02/16.] [Khan-Nangle.]
         [Changed in section 1, in line 1, by striking out the year “2012” and inserting in place thereof the year “2014”; in section 2, in line 6, by striking out the words “, drug and alcoholism counselor’”; and in section 3, in line 10, by striking out the words “drug and alcoholism counselor’, the following words:— athletic coach, tutor” and inserting in place thereof the words “the following words:— athletic coach”.]
 
 
 
 
472. [H. 1886] Bill requiring the Department of Public Health to issue a report on vision screening for children (House, No. 1886). 3d. [06/02/16.] [Hogan-Sánchez-Nangle.]
 
 
475. [H. 4244] Bill relative to the move over law (House, No. 4244). 3d. [06/02/16.] [Straus-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 3054.]
 
 
476. [H. 4255] Bill exempting the city of Springfield from certain provisions of Section 29 of Chapter 43 (House, No. 4255). 3d. [06/02/16.] [Kocot-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 3337.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
477. [H. 4334] Bill requiring transparency in telephone solicitation (House, No. 4334). 3d. [06/02/16.] [Benson-Nangle.] [New draft of House Bill No. 4180.]
 
 
482. [S. 2091] Bill (S.) authorizing the town of Middleborough to grant an additional license for the sale of wines and malt beverages not to be drunk on the premises (Senate, No. 2091). 3d. [06/08/16.] [Benson-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
483. [H. 615] Bill filling vacancies in ward seats of the city council and school committee by special election in the city of Springfield (House, No. 615). 3d. [06/08/16.] [Mahoney-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
 
485. [H. 4192] Bill to authorize the town of Foxborough to establish additional mandated reporters in the town of Foxborough for the purposes of the protection and care of children (House, No. 4192). 3d. [06/08/16.] [Khan-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
480. [H. 4243] Bill relative to parking systems (House, No. 4243). 3d. [06/09/16.] [Straus-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 2986.]
 
 
488. [H. 1728] Bill prohibiting the bullying of public school employees (House, No. 1728). 3d. [06/09/16.] [Scibak-Nangle.]
 
 
489. [H. 2104] Bill increasing awareness of suspected opiate overdose deaths (House, No. 2104, amended). 3d. [06/09/16.] [Naughton-Sánchez-Nangle.]
         [Amended by the House in line 2 by striking the figures "70" and inserting in place thereof the figures "71, and in line 3 by striking the figures "71" and inserting in place thereof the figures "72”.]
 
 
490. [H. 3028] Bill relative to membership in regional transit authorities (House, No. 3028). 3d. [06/09/16.] [Straus-Nangle.]
 
 
491. [H. 3277] Bill relative to increasing hotel and motel safety (House, No. 3277). 3d. [06/09/16.] [Naughton-Nangle.]
 
 
 
493. [H. 3679] Bill to ensure compliance with the anti-shackling law for pregnant incarcerated women (House, No. 3679). 3d. [06/09/16.] [Naughton-Sánchez-Nangle.]
 
 
494. [H. 3700] Bill clarifying participation in athletic safety programs (House, No. 3700). 3d. [06/09/16.] [Hogan-Sánchez-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 1974.]
 
 
495. [H. 4271] Bill expanding educational opportunities for vocational students (House, No. 4271). 3d. [06/09/16.] [Scibak-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 4019.]
 
 
468. [H. 3073] Bill to protect vulnerable road users (House, No. 3073). 3d. [06/13/16.] [Straus-Nangle.] [Reported on Senate, No. 1807.]
 
 
500. [H. 1642] Bill dedicating the Westfield district courthouse (House, No. 1642). 3d. [06/15/16.] [Fernandes-Nangle.]
 
 
502. [H. 4075] Bill designating a monument in the city of Fall River as the official Gold Star Families Memorial Monument of the Commonwealth (House, No. 4075). 3d. [06/15/16.] [Kocot-Nangle.]
 
 
503. [H. 4153] Bill designating a certain bridge in the city of Boston as the Navy Cross Recipient PFC Alvin Richard Gale, USMC Memorial Bridge (House, No. 4153). 3d. [06/15/16.] [Straus-Nangle.]
 
504. [H. 4175] Bill amending the form of petition accompanying statement of candidate relative to non-partisan municipal elections in the city of Somerville (House, No. 4175). 3d. [06/15/16.] [Mahoney-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
283. [H. 3940] Bill authorizing the town of Wayland to increase the annual spending limit for its recreation department revolving fund  (House, No. 3940, amended). Question on concurring with the Senate in its amendment. [O’Day-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
         [Amended by the House in section 1, in line 3, by striking out the figure “5” and inserting in place thereof the figure “2 1/2”.]
         [Amended by the Senate in section 1, in line 5, by inserting after the word “Laws”, the following: “; provided, however, that the expenditure limit established in this section shall not apply if said clause (4) of said third paragraph of said section 53E1/2 of said chapter 44 is repealed or if the limit on expenditures established in said clause (4) of said third paragraph of said section 53E1/2 of said chapter 44 is raised such that it exceeds 2 1/2 per cent of the amount raised by taxation by the town in the most recent fiscal year for which a tax rate has been certified pursuant to said section 23 of said chapter 59 of the General Laws”.]
          [Referred to the committee on Bills in the Third Reading – 06/20/16.]
 
 
508. [S. 1537] Bill (S.) providing volunteer firefighters and emergency medical technicians with a local option real estate tax exemption (Senate, No. 1537). 3d. [06/20/16.] [Kaufman-Nangle.]
 
 
509. [S. 2282] Bill (S.) relative to tax abatements for deaf residents (Senate, No. 2282). 3d. [06/20/16.] [Kaufman-Nangle.] [New draft of Senate Bill No. 1959.]
 
 
510. [H. 415] Bill relative to emergency stock epinephrine in schools (House, No. 415). 3d. [06/20/16.] [Peisch-Sánchez-Nangle.]
 
 
511. [H. 513] Resolve providing for an investigation and study by a special commission relative to child suicide (House, No. 513). 3d. [06/20/16.] [Peisch-Sánchez-Galvin-Nangle.]
 
 
512. [H. 652] Bill to ensure appropriate regulation of piggeries (House, No. 652). 3d. [06/20/16.] [Schmid-Sánchez-Nangle.]
 
 
513. [H. 976] Bill further regulating the substitution of interchangeable biosimilars (House, No. 976). 3d. [06/20/16.] [Sánchez-Nangle.]
 
 
514. [H. 998] Bill strengthening the quality and efficiency of home health care services (House, No. 998). 3d. [06/20/16.] [Sánchez-Nangle.]
 
 
515. [H. 1005] Bill relative to trauma informed services (House, No. 1005). 3d. [06/20/16.] [Sánchez-Nangle.]
 
 
516. [H. 1291] Bill making corrections to the adopted children’s act (House, No. 1291). 3d. [06/20/16.] [Fernandes-Nangle.]
 
517. [H. 1985] Bill relative to the definition of a pharmacy (House, No. 1985). 3d. [06/20/16.] [Hogan-Sánchez-Nangle.]
 
 
518. [H. 2010] Bill relative to the health care of minors (House, No. 2010). 3d. [06/20/16.] [Hogan-Sánchez-Nangle.]
 
 
521. [H. 3911] Bill establishing the caregiver advise, record, and enable (CARE) act (House, No. 3911). 3d. [06/20/16.] [Hogan-Sánchez-Nangle.] [Reported on Senate, No. 1153 and House, No. 2081.]
 
 
522. [H. 3995] Bill relative to the safe handling of hazardous drugs (House, No. 3995). 3d. [06/20/16.] [Hogan-Sánchez-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 1960.]
 
 
523. [H. 4121] Bill establishing a pulmonary hypertension task force (House, No. 4121). 3d. [06/20/16.] [Hogan-Sánchez-Nangle.]
 
 
525. [H. 4311] Bill relative to civil infractions for juveniles (House, No. 4311). 3d. [06/20/16.] [Fernandes-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 1289.]
 
 
529. [H. 4392] Bill relative to the reform of archaic laws implicating tramps, vagrants, and vagabonds (House, No. 4392). 3d. [06/20/16.] [Fernandes-Nangle.] [Reported on House, Nos. 1568, 1569, 1572 and 1653.]
 
 
532. [H. 1024] Bill relative to physician assistants (House, No. 1024). 3d. [06/22/16.] [Sánchez-Nangle.] [Reported on Senate, No. 565.]
 
 
533. [H. 3699] Bill relative to patient access to information regarding breast reconstructive surgery (House, No. 3699). 3d. [06/22/16.] [Hogan-Sánchez-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 1953.]
 
 
534. [H. 3960] Bill relative to a state public health HIV and hepatitis fund (House, No. 3960). 3d. [06/22/16.] [Kaufman-Sánchez-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 2448.]
 
 
535. [H. 4066] Bill relative to strengthening the consumer protections and ensuring the proper labeling of fish sold in the Commonwealth (House, No. 4066). 3d. [06/22/16.] [Hogan-Sánchez-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 1939.]
 
 
536. [H. 4068] Bill relative to death benefit claims (House, No. 4068). 3d. [06/22/16.] [Hogan-Sánchez-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 2028.]
 
 
538. [H. 4263] Bill authorizing the town of Deerfield to continue the employment of police officers Gary Sibilia and David Gendron (House, No. 4263). 3d. [06/22/16.] [Murphy-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
 
539. [H. 4326] Bill relative to the cultivation of marijuana and marihuana (House, No. 4326). 3d. [06/22/16.] [O’Day-Sánchez-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 4186.] [Senator deMacedo of Plymouth, of the committee on Municipalities and Regional Government, dissents.]
 
 
540. [H. 4369] Bill expanding eligibility for diversion to treatment for criminal offenders (House, No. 4369). 3d. [06/22/16.] [Fernandes-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 1463.]
 
 
541. [H. 4399] Bill to regulate appraisal management companies (House, No. 4399). 3d. [06/22/16.] [Michlewitz-Dempsey-Nangle.] [New draft of House Bill No. 947.]
 
 
542. [H. 4401] Bill relative to the architect laureate (House, No. 4401). 3d. [06/22/16.] [Atkins-Galvin-Dempsey-Nangle.] [New draft of House Bill No. 2931.]
 
 
543. [H. 4403] Bill authorizing Quincy College to confer baccalaureate degrees (House, No. 4403). 3d. [06/22/16.] [Sannicandro-Dempsey-Nangle.] [New draft of House Bill No. 4061.]
 
 
545. [H. 4362] Bill increasing penalties for hit and runs with recreational vehicles in the Commonwealth (House, No. 4362). 3d. [06/23/16.] [Fernandes-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 1216.]
 
 
550. [H. 3412] Bill establishing an effluent water review committee (House, No. 3412). 3d. [06/29/16.] [Schmid-Sánchez.] [Reported on House, No. 3411.]
 
 
551. [H. 4012] Bill relative to special police officers in the town of Dracut (House, No. 4012). 3d. [06/29/16.] [Murphy-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
548. [H. 716] Resolve creating a special commission to study the effects of coastal and ocean acidification and its existing and potential effects on species that are commercially harvested and grown along the Massachusetts coast (House, No. 716). 3d. [06/30/16.] [Schmid-Galvin-Dempsey-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 765.]
 
 
555. [H. 1549] Bill relative to the protection of persons with disabilities (House, No. 1549). 3d. [06/30/16.] [Fernandes-Nangle.]
 
 
557. [H. 4268] Bill relative to a certain road in the city of Boston (House, No. 4268). 3d. [06/30/16.] [Straus-Nangle.]
 
 
558. [H. 4325] Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Robin Waine, an employee of the Department of Transportation (House, No. 4325). 3d. [06/30/16.] [Murphy-Nangle.]
 
 
 
 
560. [H. 4337] Bill exempting certain positions in the city of Marlborough from the civil service law (House, No. 4337). 3d. [06/30/16.] [Murphy-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
561. [H. 4359] Bill relative to the disability retirement of Jared MacDonald, a police officer in the town of Bourne (House, No. 4359). 3d. [06/30/16.] [Murphy-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
562. [H. 4418] Bill authorizing the town of Westborough to grant additional licenses for the sale of all alcoholic beverages to be drunk on the premises (House, No. 4418). 3d. [06/30/16.] [Benson-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 184.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
564. [H. 923] Bill relative to pediatric plans of care (House, No. 923). 3d. [06/30/16.] [Michlewitz-Sánchez-Nangle.]
 
 
566. [S. 2268] Bill (S.) relative to the city of Chelsea's residential tax exemption (Senate, No. 2268). 3d. [07/05/16.] [Kaufman-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
567. [H. 4332] Bill concerning nondiscrimination in access to organ transplantation (House, No. 4332, amended). 3d. [07/05/16.] [Hogan-Sánchez-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 3271.]
      [Amended by the House in lines 10 and 11 by striking out the words “or any entity responsible for matching anatomical gift donors to potential recipients”.]
 
568. [H. 4435] Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Kelly White, an employee of Trial Court (House, No. 4435). 3d. [07/05/16.] [Fernandes-Nangle.] 
 
 
351. [H. 4105] Bill relative to increasing fines for safety belt violations (House, No. 4105). 3d. [07/07/16.] [Fernandes-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 1187.]
 
 
572. [S. 1494] Bill (S.) increasing the property tax deferral for seniors (Senate, No. 1494, amended). 3d. [07/07/16.] [Nangle.]
         [Amended by the Senate by striking out all after the enacting clause and inserting in place thereof the following:
               “SECTION 1. Clause Eighteenth A of section 5 of chapter 59 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2014 Official Edition, is hereby amended by inserting after the word ‘or’, in line 557, the following words:— 1 year after.
               SECTION 1A. Clause Forty-first A of said section 5 of said chapter 59, as so appearing, is hereby amended by striking out, in lines 1092 to 1095, inclusive, the words ‘the amount determined by the commissioner of revenue for the purposes of subsection (k) of section 6 of chapter 62, for a single person who is not a head of household’ and inserting in place thereof the following figure:— $80,000.
               SECTION 1B. Said clause Forty-first A of said section 5 of said chapter 59, as so appearing, is hereby further amended by inserting after the word ‘or’, in line 1169, the following words:— 1 year after.
               SECTION 2. Section 5K of said chapter 59, as so appearing, is hereby amended by striking out, in line 14, the figure ‘$1,000’ and inserting in place thereof the following figure:— $1,500.
               SECTION 3. Said section 5K of said chapter 59, as so appearing, is hereby further amended, by striking out, in lines 38 and 39, the words ‘125 volunteer service hours in a given tax year, rather than $1,000’ and inserting in place thereof the following words:— 175 volunteer service hours in a given tax year, rather than $1,500.”]
 
 
573. [S. 2201] Bill (S.) authorizing the town of Salisbury to grant 5 additional licenses for the sale of all alcoholic beverages to be drunk on the premises (Senate, No. 2201). 3d. [07/07/16.] [Benson-Nangle.] [Reported on Senate, No. 2111.]
 
 
574. [S. 2296] Resolve (S.) establishing the special commission on local and regional public health (Senate, No. 2296, amended). 3d. [07/07/16.] [Hogan-Dempsey-Nangle.] [Representative Boldyga of Southwick, of the committee on Ways and Means, dissents.]
          [Amended by the Senate amended in line 8 by striking out the following: “1 member of the house of representatives; 1 member of the senate”; and by adding the following: “The commission shall prepare and submit to the governor, the joint committee on public health and the house and senate committee on ways and means a report that includes: (i) a summary of the commission’s findings; (ii) a review of local public health organization and financing in other states; (iii) a review of the strengths and weaknesses of the local public health system as it currently exists in the commonwealth, with particular emphasis on capacity, functionality and efficiency; (iv) recommendations on organizational and fiscal models that would work to ensure capacity across municipalities; (v) recommendations on the sharing of resources across municipalities, including regionalization; (vi) recommendations to strengthen  public health data reporting, gathering and analysis, including any recommendations on mandatory reporting of local health authorities to the department; (vii) recommendations on resources needed to effectively meet statutory responsibilities at the state and local level; and (viii) recommendations to strengthen the local public health workforce and ensure training of the next generation of local public health professionals, including leveraging academic partnerships.  The commission shall submit its final report by July 31, 2017.”.]
      [Amended by the House by striking out all after the enacting clause and inserting in place thereof the text contained in House document numbered 4458.]
 
 
575. [H. 3885] Bill relative to special police officers in the city of Newton (House, No. 3885). 3d. [07/07/16.] [Murphy-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
577. [H. 4376] Bill authorizing the appointing authority of the town of Mansfield to appoint police cadets under certain circumstances to the Police Department of said town (House, No. 4376). 3d. [07/07/16.] [Murphy-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
 
 
 
 
578. [H. 4380] Bill amending chapter 101 of the acts of 1965, an act establishing the old historic and district commission of the town of Marblehead (House, No. 4380). 3d. [07/07/16.] [O’Day-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
579. [H. 4386] Bill establishing a sick leave bank for John DiPaolo, an employee of the Middlesex County Sheriff’s Office (House, No. 4386). 3d. [07/07/16.] [Murphy-Nangle.]
 
 
580. [H. 4453] Bill authorizing the town of Littleton to grant an additional license for the sale of all alcoholic beverages not to be drunk on premises (House, No. 4453). 3d. [07/07/16.] [Benson-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 4374.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
582. [H. 4460] Bill creating a task force on Massachusetts older adults of all incomes (House, No. 4460). 3d. [07/07/16.] [Garlick-Dempsey-Nangle.] [New draft of House Bill No. 4155.]
 
 
592. [H. 4493] Engrossed Bill relative to other post-employment benefits liability (see House, No. 4493). [Dempsey-Nangle.]
         [Being the text contained in Section 145 of the General Appropriation Bill (see House, No. 4450), which had been returned by His Excellency the Governor with recommendation of amendment (for message, see House, No. 4505, Attachment L).]
          [Referred to the committee on Bills in the Third Reading – 07/11/16.]
 
 
593. [H. 4494] Engrossed Bill regarding transfers from mental health trust funds to the General Fund (see House, No. 4494). [Dempsey-Nangle.]
         [Being the text contained in Section 148 of the General Appropriation Bill (see House, No. 4450), which had been returned by His Excellency the Governor with recommendation of amendment (for message, see House, No. 4505, Attachment M).]
          [Referred to the committee on Bills in the Third Reading – 07/11/16.]
 
 
594. [H. 4495] Engrossed Bill relative to transfers between health funds (see House, No. 4495). [Dempsey-Nangle.]
         [Being the text contained in Section 157 of the General Appropriation Bill (see House, No. 4450), which had been returned by His Excellency the Governor with recommendation of amendment (for message, see House, No. 4505, Attachment N).]
          [Referred to the committee on Bills in the Third Reading – 07/11/16.]
 
 
596. [H. 4497] Engrossed Bill relative to community hospital marketing campaigns (see House, No. 4497). [Dempsey-Nangle.]
         [Being the text contained in Section 179 of the General Appropriation Bill (see House, No. 4450), which had been returned by His Excellency the Governor with recommendation of amendment (for message, see House, No. 4505, Attachment P).]
          [Referred to the committee on Bills in the Third Reading – 07/11/16.]
 
 
597. [H. 4498] Engrossed Bill regarding a feasibility study for high-speed rail access (see House, No. 4498). [Dempsey-Nangle.]
         [Being the text contained in Section 180 of the General Appropriation Bill (see House, No. 4450), which had been returned by His Excellency the Governor with recommendation of amendment (for message, see House, No. 4505, Attachment Q).]
          [Referred to the committee on Bills in the Third Reading – 07/11/16.]
 
 
599. [H. 4500] Engrossed Bill relative to department of conservation and recreation park passes (see House, No. 4500). [Dempsey-Nangle.]
         [Being the text contained in Section 186 of the General Appropriation Bill (see House, No. 4450), which had been returned by His Excellency the Governor with recommendation of amendment (for message, see House, No. 4505, Attachment S).]
          [Referred to the committee on Bills in the Third Reading – 07/11/16.]
 
 
600. [H. 4501] Engrossed Bill relative to the task force on employee vacation and earned sick leave credit (see House, No. 4501). [Dempsey-Nangle.]
         [Being the text contained in Section 191 of the General Appropriation Bill (see House, No. 4450), which had been returned by His Excellency the Governor with recommendation of amendment (for message, see House, No. 4505, Attachment T).]
          [Referred to the committee on Bills in the Third Reading – 07/11/16.]
 
 
601. [H. 4502] Engrossed Bill relative to the task force on health insurance payer practices for certain prescription medications (see House, No. 4502). [Dempsey-Nangle.]
         [Being the text contained in Section 194 of the General Appropriation Bill (see House, No. 4450), which had been returned by His Excellency the Governor with recommendation of amendment (for message, see House, No. 4505, Attachment U).]
          [Referred to the committee on Bills in the Third Reading – 07/11/16.]
 
 
603. [H. 4504] Engrossed Bill amending certain effective dates for the fiscal year 2017 General Appropriations Act (see House, No. 4504). [Dempsey-Nangle.]
         [Being the text contained in Section 201 of the General Appropriation Bill (see House, No. 4450), which had been returned by His Excellency the Governor with recommendation of amendment (for message, see House, No. 4505, Attachment W).]
          [Referred to the committee on Bills in the Third Reading – 07/11/16.]
 
 
466. [H. 4510] Bill requiring the use of helmets for equine riders and drivers (House, No. 4510). 3d. [07/13/16.] [Naughton-Nangle.] [New draft of House Bill No. 2147.] [Representative Vieira of Falmouth, of the committee on Public Safety and Homeland Security, dissents.]
 
 
604. [S. 1150] Bill (S.) relative to respiratory therapy (Senate, No. 1150). 3d. [07/13/16.] [Hogan-Sánchez-Nangle.]
 
 
606. [S. 2369] Bill (S.) to prevent animal suffering and death (Senate, No. 2369, amended). 3d. [07/14/16.] [Galvin-Nangle.] [New draft of Senate Bill No. 878.]
         [Amended by the Senate in section 1, in line 5, by striking out the word "or" and inserting the word "and"; in section 8, in line 55, by striking the words “this subsection (b)” and inserting in place thereof the words “subsection (b), and the agency or municipality that employs the officer or fire fighter”, in lines 57, 58 and 59, by striking subsection (e) contained in those lines  and in place thereof the following subsection:
                    “(e) After making reasonable efforts to locate the motor vehicle’s owner,  a person other than a law enforcement officer, animal control officer or fire fighter shall not enter a motor vehicle to remove an animal to protect the health and safety of that animal in immediate danger unless the person: (i) notifies law enforcement or calls 911 before entering the vehicle; (ii) determines that the motor vehicle is locked or there is no other reasonable means for exit and uses not more force than reasonably necessary to enter the motor vehicle and remove the animal; (iii) hs a good faith and reasonable belief, based upon known circumstances, that entry into the vehicle is reasonably necessary to prevent imminent danger or harm to the animal; (iv) remains with the animal in a safe location in reasonable proximity to the vehicle until law enforcement or another first responder arrives”, and, in line 69, by striking the word "punished" and inserting in place thereof the words "a civil infraction punishable”.]
 
 
 
 
 
607. [H. 4302] Bill authorizing the city of Springfield to convert certain park land at Emerson Wight Park to construct a community center and alleviate traffic congestion, and to acquire and dedicate replacement park land (House, No. 4302). 3d. [07/14/16.] [O’Day-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
608. [S. 1372] Bill (S.) authorizing the town of Tolland to continue the employment of police officer Lester M. Walker (Senate, No. 1372, amended). 3d. [07/18/16.] [Murphy-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
         [Amended by the Senate in section 1, in lines 5, 6 and 7, by striking out the sentence contained in those lines and inserting in place thereof the following sentence: “No further deductions shall be made from the regular compensation of Lester M. Walker under chapter 32 of the General Laws for any service subsequent to him reaching 65 years of age, and upon retirement Lester M. Walker shall receive a superannuation retirement allowance equal to that to which he would have been entitled had he retired at the age of 65.”.]
 
 
609. [H. 949] Bill making corrective amendments to Chapter 234 of the Acts of 2012 47CC  (House, No. 949). 3d. [07/18/16.] [Michlewitz-Sánchez-Nangle.]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
610. [H. 950] Bill amending Chapter 234 of the Acts of 2012 (House, No. 950, amended). 3d. [07/18/16.] [Michlewitz-Sánchez-Nangle.]
         [Amended by the House in section 1, in lines 1 and 2, by striking out the following: “further amended by striking out section 4EE, inserted by section 5 of chapter 234 of the acts of 2012, and inserting in place thereof” and inserting in place thereof the words “amended by adding”, and in line 4, by striking out the following: “GG” and inserting in place thereof the following: “JJ”.]
 
 
611. [H. 3287] Bill relative to the one-year Cambridge residency preference for persons being considered for original appointment to the Cambridge police force and fire force (House, No. 3287). 3d. [07/18/16.] [Murphy-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
612. [H. 4114] Resolve providing for an investigation and study by a special commission relative to robotic surgery in the Commonwealth (House, No. 4114). 3d. [07/18/16.] [Hogan-Sánchez-Galvin-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 1994.] 
 
 
613. [H. 4315] Bill amending the Nantucket Islands Land Bank Act (House, No. 4315). 3d. [07/18/16.] [Honan-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.] [Representative DeCoste of Norwell, of the committee on Housing, dissents.]
 
 
 
 
 
614. [H. 4317] Bill authorizing the town of Nantucket to impose a real estate transfer fee for affordable and workforce housing (House, No. 4317, changed). 3d. [07/18/16.] [O’Day-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.] [Representative Kuros of Uxbridge, of the committee on Municipalities and Regional Government, dissents.]
      [Changed in section 2, line 50, by striking out the following: “one per cent (1%)” and inserting in place thereof the following: “one-half per cent (0.5%)”.]
 
 
615. [H. 4318] Bill amending the charter of the town of Nantucket concerning newspaper publication of town meeting warrants (House, No. 4318). 3d. [07/18/16.] [O’Day-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
616. [H. 4319] Bill authorizing the appointment of retired police officers in the town of Nantucket to serve as special police officers (House, No. 4319). 3d. [07/18/16.] [Murphy-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
617. [H. 4338] Bill providing that future members of the police force of the town of Sharon shall be exempt from the provisions of the civil service law (House, No. 4338). 3d. [07/18/16.] [Murphy-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
618. [H. 4339] Bill to exempt the town of Sharon from certain provisions of Chapter 58, Section 8  (House, No. 4339). 3d. [07/18/16.] [Kaufman-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
619. [H. 4345] Bill relative to the recall of elected officials in the town of Carlisle (House, No. 4345). 3d. [07/18/16.] [Mahoney-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
620. [H. 4346] Bill relative to the issuance of certain bonds by the town of Pembroke (House, No. 4346, changed). 3d. [07/18/16.] [O’Day-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
      [Changed in section 1, in lines 1 and 5, by striking out the figures: “20” and inserting in place thereof, in each instance, the figure: “6”.]
 
 
621. [H. 4372] Bill to change the town lines between the towns of Aquinnah and Chilmark (House, No. 4372). 3d. [07/18/16.] [O’Day-Nangle.] 
 
 
622. [H. 4375] Bill authorizing the town of Plymouth to establish a special fund (House, No. 4375). 3d. [07/18/16.] [O’Day-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
623. [H. 4408] Bill relative to safe schools (House, No. 4408). 3d. [07/18/16.] [Peisch-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 406.]
 
 
624. [H. 4412] Bill authorizing the town of Dennis to establish a landfill solar special revenue fund (House, No. 4408). 3d. [07/18/16.] [O’Day-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
 
 
 
 
 
625. [H. 4446] Bill relative to the procedure for municipal acceptance of subdivision roads in the town of Natick (House, No. 4446, changed). 3d. [07/18/16.] [O’Day-Nangle.] [Local Approval Received.]
       [Changed in section 1, in lines 11 and 12, by striking out the sentence contained in those lines; in line 21 by striking out the following: “thirty (30)”; and inserting in place thereof the following: “sixty (60)”; and, in lines 27, 28 and 29, by striking out the sentence contained in those lines.]
 
 
626. [S. 1631] Bill (S.) designating certain lands in the town of Adams for conservation and public recreational purposes (Senate, No. 1631). 3d. [07/21/16.] [Kocot-Dempsey-Nangle.]
 
 
627. [S. 2406] Bill (S.) relative to authorizing the Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance to convey a certain parcel of land in the town of Shrewsbury (Senate, No. 2406). 3d. [07/21/16.] [Kocot-Dempsey-Nangle.] [New draft of Senate Bill No. 2133.]
 
 
628. [S. 2420] Bill (S.) relative to naming the Plymouth Trial Court in honor of Senate President Therese Murray (Senate, No. 2420). 3d. [07/21/16.] [Fernandes-Dempsey-Nangle.] [New draft of Senate Bill No. 794.]
 
 
629. [H. 645] Bill to increase the annual stipend for members of the Commonwealth’s hazardous material response teams (House, No. 645). 3d. [07/21/16.] [Schmid-Dempsey-Nangle.]
 
 
630. [H. 1988] Bill relative to the availability of prescription medication during an emergency (House, No. 1988). 3d. [07/21/16.] [Hogan-Sánchez-Nangle.]
 
 
631. [H. 2837] Bill (S.) authorizing the commissioner of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance to convey certain land containing the Salem Superior Courthouse and County Commissioners Building to the Salem Redevelopment Authority (printed as House, No. 2837, amended). 3d. [07/21/16.] [Kocot-Dempsey-Nangle.]
       [Amended by the Senate in section 1, by adding the following sentence-  “For the purposes of this act, “convey” shall mean a sale or lease of the parcel.”; and in section 2, in lines 11 and 12, by striking out the word “sale” and inserting the following word  “conveyance”.]
 
 
632. [H. 3839] Bill relative to dual membership in retirement systems (House, No. 3839). 3d. [07/21/16.] [Murphy-Dempsey-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 3282.]
 
 
633. [H. 3862] Bill relative to modernizing the registries of Deeds (House, No. 3862). 3d. [07/21/16.] [Fernandes-Dempsey-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 1493.]
 
 
634. [H. 4389] Bill authorizing the Massachusetts Department of Transportation to acquire certain parcels of land in the town of Weymouth (House, No. 4389). 3d. [07/21/16.] [Kocot-Dempsey-Nangle.] [Senator Eldridge of Acton, of the committee on State Administration and Regulatory Oversight, dissents.]
635. [H. 4423] Bill relative to preserving agricultural land in the city of Northampton (House, No. 4423). 3d. [07/21/16.] [Kocot-Dempsey-Nangle.]
 
 
636. [H. 4468] Bill concerning a certain parcel of land in the city of Boston (House, No. 4468). 3d. [07/21/16.] [Kocot-Dempsey-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 4295.]
 
 
637. [H. 4469] Bill to convey a certain parcel of land in the town of Chesterfield (House, No. 4469). 3d. [07/21/16.] [Kocot-Dempsey-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 3521.]
 
 
638. [H. 4519] Bill authorizing the conveyance of certain property in the town of Stoneham (House, No. 4519). 3d. [07/21/16.] [Kocot-Dempsey-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 4294.]
 
 
639. [H. 4521] Bill authorizing the commissioner of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance to convey certain land in the town of New Salem (House, No. 4521). 3d. [07/21/16.] [Kocot-Dempsey-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 4422.]
 
 
640. [H. 4522] Bill authorizing the Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance to grant to The Association for Community Living, Inc. certain parcels of land in the city of Springfield (House, No. 4522). 3d. [07/21/16.] [Kocot-Dempsey-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 4454.]
 
 
641. [H. 4534] Bill to increase the Commonwealth’s compliance with federal law meeting requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (House, No. 4534). 3d. [07/21/16.] [Khan-Dempsey-Nangle.] [New draft of House Bill No. 110, changed.]
 
 
642. [H. 4536] Bill relative to the Middlesex Canal Commission (House, No. 4536). 3d. [07/21/16.] [Schmid-Galvin-Dempsey-Nangle.] [New draft of House Bill No. 724.]
 
 
643. [H. 4537] Bill clarifying for the earned income tax credit (House, No. 4537). 3d. [07/21/16.] [Kaufman-Dempsey-Nangle.] [New draft of House Bill No. 4237.]
 
 
42.  [H. 3667] Engrossed Bill establishing a public art commission (see House, No. 3667, amended). [Dempsey-Nangle.]
        [Returned by His Excellency the Governor with his objections thereto in writing (for message, see House, No. 3841).]
        [Question:  Shall this bill pass, notwithstanding the objections of His Excellency the Governor.]
        [Amended by striking out all after the enacting clause and inserting in place thereof the following:
        [“Chapter 7C of the General Laws is hereby amended by adding the following section:—
               SECTION 73. (a) There shall be a Massachusetts per cent for art program, or MPAP, to be administered by the public art commission established in subsection (b). The MPAP shall provide for the creation and preservation of public art. Under this program and in connection with construction or substantial renovation of any commonwealth-owned, managed and occupied building, not less than 0.5 per cent of the budgeted capital cost of the project, not to exceed $250,000, shall be expended for the creation or preservation of public art in or on the site including, but not limited to, expenses related to selection processes and design and development. The MPAP shall apply only when the budgeted capital cost of a construction or renovation project exceeds $4,000,000.
               (b) There shall be a public art commission which shall administer the MPAP by: (i) working with the division of capital asset management and maintenance, project managers and contractors to identify opportunities and locations for art; (ii) reviewing each project to ensure the relevance of and support for the public art, including engaging the relevant local site users and community stakeholders for their input; (iii) making curatorial decisions on a project-by-project basis; (iv) establishing partnerships and relationships as relevant to the program and projects with members of the commonwealth’s artist community, including artists, cultural institutions, arts organizations and educational institutions; (v) consulting with local art and cultural commissions; (vi) promoting and encouraging public art; (vii) promoting public access to and education with respect to art installations in public facilities; (viii) ensuring an inventory of and maintenance plan for the public art collection; and (ix) coordinating with the executive department to ensure compliance with and participation in the MPAP. The commission may coordinate with educational, arts and cultural organizations, municipalities and other organizations to provide alternative sources of funding for public art and programming for arts and cultural education and research alternative funding mechanisms including, but not limited to, public-private partnerships that may increase the total pool of funds for public art and may suggest the development of programming for education and promotion regarding public art. All state agencies within the executive department shall cooperate with and provide assistance to the commission as necessary.
              (c) The commission shall consist of: the commissioner of capital asset management and maintenance or a designee who shall serve as chair; the executive director of the Massachusetts cultural council or a designee; 2 persons to be appointed by the president of the Massachusetts College of Art and Design, each of whom shall have a background in public art or architecture; and 5 persons to be appointed by the governor, 1 of whom shall have municipal government experience and who shall be selected from a list of 3 individuals nominated by the Massachusetts Municipal Association, Inc., 1 of whom shall be a project designer with experience in the creation and installation of public art, 1 of whom shall be an artist or representative from a nonprofit or community organization associated with the arts who shall be selected from a list of 3 individuals nominated by the executive director of the Massachusetts cultural council and 1 of whom shall be a faculty or staff member specializing in art or architecture at a public institution of higher education in the commonwealth. At least 1 member of the commission shall be an artist and at least 1 member shall be an architect. The governor shall seek to appoint persons who are from geographically diverse regions of the commonwealth. The MPAP coordinator appointed pursuant to subsection (d) shall be a nonvoting member of the commission and shall serve as its secretary. Commission members shall serve without compensation or reimbursement for expenses. Commission members shall serve for terms of 5 years. Commission members may be reappointed but shall not serve for more than 2 consecutive terms. The commission shall meet at least quarterly and otherwise at the discretion of the chair.
                (d) The commissioner of capital asset management and maintenance, in coordination with the commission, shall appoint an MPAP coordinator who shall report to the commissioner and shall have the requisite qualifications related to public art programs and project management to administer the MPAP. The coordinator’s appointment shall be subject to approval by the commission. In coordination with the commission and any other agencies as the commissioner may deem appropriate, the coordinator shall, without limitation: (i) recommend the guidelines and parameters for the MPAP; (ii) coordinate the MPAP, including soliciting artists, setting up proposal review, overseeing artists’ work and developing and managing community engagement and educational activities; (iii) research other successful funding mechanisms that increase the total pool of funds for public art; and (iv) oversee the creation of a central entity to host a variety of shared resources relating to the implementation, installation, maintenance and preservation of public art. All guidelines, policies and regulations for the MPAP shall be approved by the commission.
               (e) In selecting art installations for construction or renovation projects, the commission shall give preference to artists residing in the commonwealth.
                (f) The commonwealth shall have sole ownership of all artwork acquired through the MPAP, subject to exceptions approved by the commission. The artist shall retain copyright of the artwork unless otherwise noted in the contract for the work.
               (g) Annually, not later than September 1, the commission shall provide a report to the secretary of administration and finance, the house and senate committees on ways and means, the joint committee on tourism, arts and cultural development and the clerks of the senate and the house of representatives describing the actions of the MPAP and the commission and any other information the commission considers pertinent.”.]
 
 
199. [H. 3876] Engrossed Bill establishing a sick leave bank for Lisa Hershowitz, an employee of the Department of Developmental Services (see House, No. 3876). [Murphy-Nangle.]
         [Returned by His Excellency the Governor with his objections thereto in writing (for message, see House, No. 3997).]
      [Question:  Shall this bill pass, notwithstanding the objections of His Excellency the Governor.]
 
 
212. [H. 97] Bill relative to abusive practices to change sexual orientation and gender identity in minors (House, No. 97). 2d. [Khan-Sánchez-Nangle.]
 
 
348. [H. 3031] Bill relative to signs on the Massachusetts Turnpike (House, No. 3031). 2d. [Straus-Nangle.]
 
 
349. [H. 3529] Bill relative to aggregated gas power (House, No. 3529). 2d. [Golden-Nangle.]
 
 
350. [H. 4028] Bill relative to clarifying property tax exemptions for solar and wind systems (House, No. 4028). 2d. [Kaufman-Nangle.] [Reported on House, Nos. 2465, 2483 and 2681.]
 
 
416. [H. 150] Bill relative to the disclosure of wetlands on property (House, No. 150). 2d. [Benson-Nangle.]
 
 
418. [H. 4143] Bill relative to student data privacy (House, No. 4143). 2d. [Peisch-Nangle.] [Reported on House, Nos. 360, 386, 474, 495 and 3605.]
 
 
419. [H. 4183] Bill to prohibit negative option sales and disclosure of financial and personal information without a consumer’s express agreement (House, No. 4183). 2d. [Benson-Nangle.] [Reported on House, No. 223.]
 
 
445. [H. 2818] Bill making amendments to the Massachusetts Business Corporation Act (House, No. 2818). 2d. [Kocot-Nangle.]
 
 
465. [H. 1881] Bill relative to concussion prevention (House, No. 1881). 2d. [Hogan-Sánchez-Nangle.]
 
 
467. [H. 2160] Bill relative to dangerous weapons (House, No. 2160). 2d. [Naughton-Nangle.] [Representative Heroux of Attleboro, of the committee on Public Safety and Homeland Security, dissents.]
 
 
469. [H. 3981] Bill relative to drivers licenses for international students (House, No. 3981). 2d. [Straus-Nangle.] 
 
 
478. [H. 2130] Bill requiring microphones and audio-recorders on tasers (House, No. 2130, changed). 2d. [Naughton-Nangle.] [Representative Whelan of Brewster, of the committee on Public Safety and Homeland Security, dissents.]
         [Changed in section 1 by adding the following sentence: “Any recording by means of such portable device or weapon made by a police officer of a municipality that has accepted this section shall not be considered a public record, as defined in clause Twenty-sixth of section 7 of chapter 4 or section 10 of chapter 66; provided, however, that the chief of police of a municipality that has accepted this section may release such a recording to the public if he or she determines that doing so would be in the public interest.”.]
 
 
479. [H. 4233] Bill clarifying occupancy excise and internet hotel room resellers (House, No. 4233). 2d. [Kaufman-Nangle.] [Reported on Senate, No. 1523 and House, Nos. 2515 and 2539.] [Senator Fattman of Webster, of the committee on Revenue, dissents.]
 
 
497. [S. 2172] Bill to protect locked out employees (printed as Senate, No. 2172). 2d. [Scibak-Nangle.]
 
 
530. [H. 125] Bill ensuring equal access to services for all residents of the Commonwealth (House, No. 125). 2d. [Khan-Sánchez.]
554. [H. 1037] Bill to amend Section 3, Chapter 111M of the General Laws relative to Massachusetts residents living in a foreign country and health insurance penalties (House, No. 1037). 2d. [Sánchez-Nangle.]
 
 
531. [H. 4160] Resolutions supporting efforts to ensure that students from Massachusetts have access to debt-free higher education at public colleges and universities (House, No. 4160). Question on adoption. [Sannicandro-Nangle.]
 
 
549. [H. 3317] Resolutions [sic] Equality for America's adopted children (House, No. 3317). Question on adoption. [Parisella-Nangle.]
 
 
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644. [S. 2064] Bill (S.) regulating notaries public to protect consumers and the validity and effectiveness of recorded instruments (Senate, No. 2064). 2d. [Fernandes-Dempsey.] [On Senate Bill No. 757.]
      [The committee on Ways and Means recommends that the bill be amended by striking out all after the enacting clause and inserting in place thereof the text contained in House document numbered 4398.]
 
 
645. [S. 2408] Bill (S.) relative to solar drying of laundry (Senate, No. 2408). 2d. [O’Day-Nangle.] [New draft of Senate Bill No. 1056.]
 
 
 
646. [H. 526] Bill relative to LGBT awareness training for aging services providers (House, No. 526). 2d. [Garlick-Dempsey-Nangle.]
         [The committee on Ways and Means recommends that the Bill be amended by substitution of a bill relative to LGBT awareness training for aging services providers (House, No. 4535.)]
 
 
647. [H. 1025] Bill preventing unnecessary medical debt (House, No. 1025). 2d. [Sánchez-Nangle.]
 
 
648. [H. 2428] Bill relative to employees of the Department of Fire Services (House, No. 2428). 2d. [Murphy-Dempsey.]
         [The committee on Ways and Means recommends that the Bill be amended by substitution of a bill relative to employees of the Department of Fire Services (House, No. 4400.)]
 
 
649. [H. 3114] Bill relative to student driver safety (House, No. 3114). 2d. [Straus-Dempsey-Nangle.]
 
 
650. [H. 3753] Bill relative to ABLE accounts (House, No. 3753). 2d. [Khan-Dempsey.]
         [The committee on Ways and Means recommends that the Bill be amended by substitution of a bill relative to ABLE accounts (House, No. 4402.)]
 
 
651. [H. 4394] Bill relative to criminal record checks for referees (House, No. 4394). 2d. [Fernandes.] [Reported on House, No. 3252.]