MassFiscal Scorecard Update: Campaign Finance and Environmental Bond Bill

We’ve just added two new votes from the House and two new votes from the Senate to the MassFiscal Scorecard! Because the votes are on the same bills, the formatting below is a bit different, as you’ll see. However, you can still check out a brief explanation of each new vote, then head over to the site itself to find out how your representative and senator voted.

Campaign Finance Bill Conference Report (H. 4366)


This conference committee report made several changes to campaign finance law, including new reporting requirements for certain political ads, but declined to address the union contribution loophole.

House (Roll Call Vote #469): Passed 142-10 (D: 123-0; R: 19-10)

Senate (Roll Call Vote #458): Passed 38-1 (D: 35-0; R: 3-1)

Environmental Bond Bill Conference Report (H. 4375)


This bill would authorize an additional $2.2 billion in state debt to pay for projects said to be related to environmental protection.

House (Roll Call Vote #490): Passed 151-2 (D: 124-0; R: 27-2)

Senate (Roll Call Vote #490): Passed 39-0 (D: 35-0; R: 4-0)

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MassFiscal Scorecard Update: Campaign Finance and Environmental Bond Bill

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We’ve just added two new votes from the House and two new votes from the Senate to the MassFiscal Scorecard! Because the votes are on the same bills, the formatting below is a bit different, as you’ll see. However, you can still check out a brief explanation of each new vote, then head over to the site itself to find out how your representative and senator voted.

Campaign Finance Bill Conference Report (H. 4366)


This conference committee report made several changes to campaign finance law, including new reporting requirements for certain political ads, but declined to address the union contribution loophole.

House (Roll Call Vote #469): Passed 142-10 (D: 123-0; R: 19-10)

Senate (Roll Call Vote #458): Passed 38-1 (D: 35-0; R: 3-1)

Environmental Bond Bill Conference Report (H. 4375)


This bill would authorize an additional $2.2 billion in state debt to pay for projects said to be related to environmental protection.

House (Roll Call Vote #490): Passed 151-2 (D: 124-0; R: 27-2)

Senate (Roll Call Vote #490): Passed 39-0 (D: 35-0; R: 4-0)

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