2013-2014: 188th Legislature

Top Senate Legislators

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Ryan C. Fattman

Republican Worcester and Norfolk
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Donald F. Humason

Republican Second Hampden and Hampshire
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Bruce E. Tarr

Republican First Essex and Middlesex
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Robert L. Hedlund

Republican Plymouth and Norfolk
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Richard J. Ross

Republican Norfolk, Bristol and Middlesex

Top House Legislators

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Marc T. Lombardo

Republican Twenty-Second Middlesex
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James J. Lyons

Republican Eighteenth Essex
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Geoffrey G. Diehl

Republican Seventh Plymouth
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Daniel B. Winslow

Republican Ninth Norfolk
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Kevin J. Kuros

Republican Eighth Worcester

Bottom House Legislators

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Carlos Henriquez

Democrat Fifth Suffolk
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Kathi-Anne Reinstein

Democrat Sixteenth Suffolk
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Angelo M. Scaccia

Democrat Fourteenth Suffolk
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Gloria L. Fox

Democrat Seventh Suffolk
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Martha M. Walz

Democrat Eighth Suffolk

Bottom Senate Legislators

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Karen Spilka

Democrat Second Middlesex and Norfolk
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James T. Welch

Democrat Hampden
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Stephen M. Brewer

Democrat Worcester, Hampden, Hampshire and Middlesex
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John F. Keenan

Democrat Norfolk and Plymouth
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Katherine Clark

Democrat Fifth Middlesex

House Average 26%

Senate Average 30%

Latest Votes

Vote # Bill Description Yes Votes No Votes Status Mass Fiscal's Stance
H4375.490 Conference Committee Report on Environmental Bond Bill (House Vote) 151 2 Passed No
H4375.490S Conference Committee Report on Environmental Bond Bill (Senate Vote) 39 0 Passed No
H4366.469 Conference Committee Report on Campaign Finance Bill (House Vote) 142 10 Passed No
H4366.458 Conference Committee Report on Campaign Finance Bill (Senate Vote) 38 1 Passed No
S2264.417 Closing Union Donation Loophole (Senate Vote) 10 28 Failed Yes

Note: Some votes are labeled (Indefinite Study). Frequently, when legislators propose amendments, other lawmakers try to add a section which says that the amendment cannot take effect until a study of the impact has been completed. These studies are rarely intended to be completed. In many cases, this tactic is used to prevent votes on the original proposals.

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