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Jeffrey Roy's Voting Records

Office: State House (MA) - Tenth Norfolk, Democratic

Massachusetts Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
July 31, 2014 H 4278 Amends Firearm Laws Conference Report Adopted - House
(122 - 30)
July 23, 2014 S 2283 Authorizes Withdrawal Orders around Reproductive Health Care Facilities Bill Passed - House
(116 - 35)
July 16, 2014 H 4184 Requires Parole Eligibility for Certain Juveniles Sentenced to Life Imprisonment Conference Report Adopted - House
(131 - 18)
July 9, 2014 H 4278 Amends Firearm Laws Bill Passed - House
(112 - 38)
June 18, 2014 H 4184 Authorizes Parole Eligibility for Certain Juveniles Sentenced to Life Imprisonment Bill Passed - House
(129 - 16)
June 18, 2014 S 2123 Increases the Minimum Wage Conference Report Adopted - House
(124 - 24)
June 18, 2014 S 2132 Establishes Labor Standards for Domestic Workers Bill Passed - House
(126 - 22)
June 11, 2014 Amdt 46 Establishes a Sales Tax Holiday Amendment Adopted - House
(132 - 14)
Did Not Vote
May 28, 2014 H 4111 Appropriates Funds for the Expansion of the Boston Convention Center Bill Passed - House
(131 - 19)
May 21, 2014 H 4108 Amends Charter School Laws Bill Passed - House
(114 - 35)
April 2, 2014 H 4026 Increases the Minimum Wage Bill Passed - House
(125 - 24)
April 24, 2013 H 3401 2013-2014 Budget Bill Passed - House
(127 - 29)
April 8, 2013 H 3382 Expands Retail Tax to Include Computer System Design Services Bill Passed - House
(97 - 55)

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  3. The vote has received media attention
  4. The vote was passed or defeated by a very close margin
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