Category: Healthy Youth Act

Rep. Livingstone’s Bill Co-Sponsorship for 2017-18 session

Legislative Agenda

Co-Sponsored Legislation
2017-2018 Legislative Session

Below are all of the bills that I have decided to co-sponsor this session organized by their subject area. As you can imagine, leafing through thousands of bills can be very cumbersome, so I would like to thank all of my constituents that wrote in with their requests. If you didn’t have a chance to write in, no worries! Contact information is below to remain updated on whichever bill(s) that you would like.

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To learn more about the legislation that I have filed and co-sponsored, you can check out my public legislative page here, or reach out to my Legislative Aide, Caitlin Duffy, by email (Caitlin.Duffy@mahouse.gov) or by telephone (617-722-2396)

Rep Livingstone Testifies on H.429 – An Act relative to ensuring the wellbeing of all children in the Commonwealth

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On Tuesday, October 20th, I had the privilege of testifying in support of a bill that I filed that would help poor children access welfare benefits. The bill, which was the result of a collaboration with the nonprofit Healthcare for All, works to amend a range of concerns for low income children in the Commonwealth. The Healthy Food, Healthy Homes, Healthy Children (HHH) Coalition, a diverse group of human service providers, researchers, and advocacy organizations, has backed this legislation and view it as a holistic approach to fixing these issues. There are over 30 organizations that make up the HHH Coalition including Health Care for All, Boston Children’s Hospital, Greater Boston Food Bank, and Citizen’s Housing and Planning Association. Their website can be found HERE.

For more information regarding this important legislation, click here.

Rep. Livingstone Outlines Local Aid In State Budget

Beacon Hill Times — Update from Rep. Livingstone on the state budget and its local impact. “The Boston Landmarks Orchestra, an organization that provides many services throughout Boston in addition to the free summer performances put on at the Hatch Shell each summer, was a grant recipient. The Landmarks Orchestra received a $75,000 grant for the purpose of covering the cost of the significantly increased security at the Hatch shell that the State Police require in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombing tragedy.” Read the story.