Representative Lombardo supports FY17 House budget that holds the line on taxes and increases local aid

BOSTON – State Representative Marc Lombardo, R-Billerica, joined with his colleagues in the House of Representatives to approve a $39.5 billion state budget for Fiscal Year 2017.  The budget was engrossed on a vote of 156-0 on April 27, 2016.

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Representative Lombardo Supports Net Metering Compromise to Advance Solar Projects

BOSTON – State Representative Marc T Lombardo R-Billerica, has endorsed a proposal to promote more solar energy generating projects in Massachusetts by raising the state’s net metering cap.  The bill passed the House today on a vote of 152-1.

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Representative Lombardo Secures $1.2M for Roads and Bridges

BOSTON – State Representative Marc T Lombardo, R-Billerica, is pleased to announce that the Town of Billerica will receive $1,286,947 for local road and bridge repairs.  The funding was included as part of a $200 million Chapter 90 bond authorization approved by the House of Representatives on March 30.

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Representative Lombardo Supports Bill to Curb Opiate Abuse

BOSTON – State Representative Marc Lombardo R-Billerica joined with his colleagues today to unanimously approve legislation targeting the state’s opioid abuse crisis.

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Representative Lombardo supports repeal of 1989 License suspension law

BOSTON – State Representative Marc Lombardo (R-Billerica) today supported the repeal of a 1989 law requiring individuals to forfeit their driver’s license for five years for certain drug-related offenses.  The current law is seen as a deterrent to individuals convicted of minor drug crimes who try to secure employment or treatment following their release from prison.

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House Passes Balanced FY16 Budget with No New Taxes or Fees

BOSTON – State Representative Marc T Lombardo (R-Billerica) joined his colleagues in the Massachusetts House of Representatives to pass its FY16 budget which emphasizes economic growth through investments in multiple areas including education and local aid, reform to the state’s transportation system, and an acute focus on improving behavioral health services.

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