1970 House Bill 1796. An Act Increasing The Salaries Of Members Of The Uniform Branch Of The Division Of Metropolitan District Police Department, Department Of Correction, Department Of Registry Of Motor Vehicles, State Police, Capitol Police, Department Of Public Works Police And Certain Employees Of The Parole Department.
Massachusetts. General Court. House of Representatives.
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PublisherCommonwealth of Massachusetts, House of Representatives
LCSH SubjectBills, Legislative - Massachusetts - Periodicals.; Legislation - Massachusetts - Periodicals.; Massachusetts - Politics and government - Periodicals.
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