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Senate Minority Leader Bruce Tarr (R-Gloucester) released the following statement today regarding the unveiling of the Senate’s welfare reform proposal:
Today the Senate Republican Caucus distributed the following press release regarding legislation aimed to reform the state’s welfare system:
Senator Tarr joined with municipal officials in calling for greater transparency during yesterday's hearing of S.896 before the Joint Committee on Labor and Workforce Development.
Senator Tarr released the following statement today regarding a Supreme Court decision (Maryland v. King) allowing police departments to collect DNA samples from people arrested of a crime:
I released the following statement today regarding a welfare reform bill that Senate President Therese Murray (D-Plymouth) plans to file in the coming months:
Senator Tarr's statement regarding Auditor Bump's report investigating administration of public benefits and lack of oversight of possible fraudulent accounts, transactions.
An amendment filed by Senator Tarr that passed during today's Senate FY'14 budget debate would allow the AG to recoup public assistance benefits from those who commit terrorist acts.
Posted are some of the measures Senate Minority Leader Bruce Tarr and the Senate Republican Caucus have filed to the Senate Committee on Ways and Means FY'14 state budget proposal.
Posted below is a press release that I sent out today regarding a sex offender registry board reform bill that was heard by the Joint Committee on the Judiciary this afternoon:
The Legislature's Joint Committee on Environment, Natural Resources and Agriculture advances Caleigh's Bill during today's hearing.
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