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179th Massachusetts General Court (1995–1996)

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179th
Massachusetts General Court
178th 180th
Overview
Legislative bodyGeneral Court
TermJanuary 4, 1995 (1995-01-04) – December 31, 1996 (1996-12-31)[1]
ElectionNovember 8, 1994
Senate
Members40
PresidentWilliam Bulger (1st Suffolk)
Party controlDemocrat[2]
House
Members160
SpeakerCharles Flaherty (27th Middlesex)
Party controlDemocrat[3]
William Bulger, Senate president.
Charles Flaherty, House speaker.
Leaders of the Massachusetts General Court, 1995.

The 179th Massachusetts General Court, consisting of the Massachusetts Senate and the Massachusetts House of Representatives, met in 1995 and 1996 during the governorship of Bill Weld. William Bulger served as president of the Senate and Charles Flaherty served as speaker of the House.[4]

Senators

Representatives

See also

Images

References

  1. ^ "Length of Legislative Sessions". Manual for the Use of the General Court. Boston: Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 2009. p. 348+.
  2. ^ "Composition of the Massachusetts State Senate", Resources on Massachusetts Political Figures in the State Library, Mass.gov, archived from the original on June 6, 2020
  3. ^ "Composition of the State of Massachusetts House of Representatives", Resources on Massachusetts Political Figures in the State Library, Mass.gov, archived from the original on June 6, 2020
  4. ^ "Organization of the Legislature Since 1780". Manual for the Use of the General Court. Boston: Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 2005. p. 338+.
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h Black Legislators in the Massachusetts General Court: 1867-Present, State Library of Massachusetts, 2010, hdl:2452/48905
  6. ^ 1995-1996 Public Officers of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 1995.

Further reading

  • Manual for the Use of the General Court. Boston: Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 1995. hdl:2452/40811.

External links

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