Healthy Youth Act

An Act relative to healthy youth - HD3454 - SD2178

  • Ensures that a comprehensive sex education curriculum is taught in public schools

  • Mandates education about consent, healthy relationships, and gender affirmation in sexual education curricula

the decision makers

Joint Committee on Health Care Financing

Who on committee has co-sponsored:

state senators:

Cindy Friedmangreen check
Cindy Friedman (D)
Arlington

chair

Harriette Chandlergreen check
Harriette Chandler (D)
Worcester

chair

Julian Cyrgreen check
Julian Cyr (D)
Truro
Paul Feeneygreen check
Paul Feeney (D)
Foxborough
John Keenangreen check
John Keenan (D)
Quincy
Eric Lessergreen check
Eric Lesser (D)
Longmeadow
Patrick O'Connorred x
Patrick O'Connor (R)
Weymouth

state representatives:

John Lawnred x
John Lawn (D)
Watertown

chair

Jay Livingstonegreen check
Jay Livingstone (D)
Boston

chair

Lindsay Sabadosagreen check
Lindsay Sabadosa (D)
Northampton
Christine Barbergreen check
Christine Barber (D)
Somerville
Steven Ultrinogreen check
Steven Ultrino (D)
Malden
Brian Murrayred x
Brian Murray (D)
Milford
Jon Santiagogreen check
Jon Santiago (D)
Boston
Patricia Duffygreen check
Patricia Duffy (D)
Kip Diggsred x
Kip Diggs (D)
Thomas Goldenred x
Thomas Golden (D)
Lowell
Hannah Kanered x
Hannah Kane (R)
Shrewsbury
Mathew Muratorered x
Mathew Muratore (R)
Plymouth
Lenny Mirrared x
Lenny Mirra (R)
West Newbury

Who has co-sponsored:

History of the bill

2021

Jun 2020

reporting deadline extended until 12/31/2020, almost ensuring the bill will die again

2020

Jan 2019

Bill filed again, as H.410

2019

Jul 2018

House Ways & Means committee allows the bill to die (no action taken)

Jun 2018

Health Care Financing committee favorably reports, sends to House Ways & Means

2018

May 2017

Education committee favorably reports, sends to Health Care financing

Jan 2017

Bill filed again as H.2053

2017

Sep 2016

sent to study

2016

Sep 2015

Education favorably reports, sends to Health Care Financing committee

Jan 2015

Filed again as H.448

2015

Jul 2014

dies in House Ways & Means (no action taken)

2014

Nov 2013

Favorably reported from Education committee, referred to Ways & Means

Jan 2013

Bill filed again as H.450

2013

May 2012

sent to study

2012

Jan 2011

Bill filed as H.1063

2011