Sponsored Bills


HB 1686

relative to requiring excess revenues raised through the statewide education property tax to be remitted to the education trust fund and prohibiting the department of revenue administration from setting negative local and county tax rates on real property.

  • Introduced Dec 15 2023
  • Lay HB1686 on Table (Rep. Ladd): MA DV 193-181 02/22/2024 HJ 6 P. 92 Feb 22 2024

HB 1592

relative to the use of education freedom account funds in religious schools.

  • Introduced Dec 15 2023
  • Lay HB1592 on Table (Rep. Sweeney): MA RC 191-186 03/28/2024 HJ 10 Mar 28 2024

HB 1587

relative to the installation of video surveillance equipment in special education school buses.

  • Introduced Dec 15 2023
  • Inexpedient to Legislate: MA VV HJ 3 P. 5 Feb 01 2024

HB 1656

relative to adequate education grant amounts for pupils receiving special education services.

  • Introduced Dec 15 2023
  • Refer to Interim Study, MA, VV; 05/16/2024; SJ 13 May 16 2024
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Recent Votes


Jun 13, 2024

Cam E. Kenney voted No

HB 1616

Fail

Adopt CofC Report

Jun 13, 2024

Cam E. Kenney voted No

HB 1665

Fail

Adopt CofC Report

Jun 13, 2024

Cam E. Kenney voted No

HB 1633

Fail

Remove from Table


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