Session Wrap-up (2 Responses)


On Tuesday night we finished formal sessions for the 2011-2012 legislative session. Most of the major legislative activity for the session is therefore complete. We do have the opportunity to pass less controversial measures during the informal sessions that will continue through the end of year.

Outcomes of note in the 2012 leg of the session include:

Outcomes of note in the 2011 leg of the session include:

Click here for a fuller itemization of legislation passed in the present session.

Click here for my overview of the 2009-2010 session.

If there are particular bills that you want to check up on, please don’t hesitate to call my office at 617-722-1280.

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  1. John R Powers says:

    The legislature continues to follow the pied piper of the unions and those who control business! You have failed miserably standing up to the waste in healthcare! You have failed equally miserably in protecting our children from the farce of the immigration invasion! You have left the promises of measureable good education advances unattended. Jobs or education for innercity kids is a myth! God knows any talk about a change in moral and ethical approaches to government in Massachusetts solutions is simply a pipe dream! Maybe by public sector measurements you succeeded but out in the real world, where people pay for your mistakes, you failed miserably!

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