Support for School Meals for All

Bill Cosponsors

The Feed Kids Coalition, led by Project Bread, and bill sponsors Senator Sal DiDomenico and Representative Andy Vargas filed legislation to make School Meals for All, or universal school meals, a reality in Massachusetts.

This bill will ensure every meal served through the National School Lunch Program or School Breakfast Program will be universally free for any student who wants or needs it. 

AN ACT RELATIVE TO UNIVERSAL SCHOOL MEALS  (S.314/H.714)

House Cosponsors (Bill H.714)

  • Andres X. Vargas (Sponsor)

    3rd Essex

  • Sean Garballey

    23rd Middlesex

  • David Paul Linsky

    5th Middlesex

  • Kevin G. Honan

    17th Suffolk

  • Steven C. Owens

    29th Middlesex

  • Paul R. Feeney

    Bristol and Norfolk

  • Patricia A. Duffy

    5th Hampden

  • Christina A. Minicucci

    14th Essex

  • Jack Patrick Lewis

    7th Middlesex

  • Kathleen R. LaNatra

    12th Plymouth

  • Carol A. Doherty

    3rd Bristol

  • Mike Connolly

    26th Middlesex

  • Steven Ultrino

    33rd Middlesex

  • Mathew J. Muratore

    1st Plymouth

  • Peter Capano

    11th Essex

  • Joseph D. McKenna

    18th Worcester

  • Mindy Domb

    3rd Hampshire

  • John Barrett, III

    1st Berkshire

  • Vanna Howard

    17th Middlesex

  • Edward F. Coppinger

    10th Suffolk

  • Danillo A. Sena

    37th Middlesex

  • Natalie M. Blais

    1st Franklin

  • Bud L. Williams

    11th Hampden

  • Timothy R. Whelan

    1st Barnstable

  • Marcos A. Devers

    16th Essex

  • Jacob R. Oliveira

    7th Hampden

  • Bradford Hill

    4th Essex

  • Adrian C. Madaro

    1st Suffolk

  • Kenneth I. Gordon

    21st Middlesex

  • Carmine Lawrence Gentile

    13th Middlesex

  • Paul McMurtry

    11th Norfolk

  • Christine P. Barber

    34th Middlesex

  • Jay D. Livingstone

    8th Suffolk

  • James M. Kelcourse

    1st Essex

  • Jason M. Lewis

    Fifth Middlesex

  • Thomas M. Stanley

    9th Middlesex

  • Susannah M. Whipps

    2nd Franklin

  • Susannah M. Whipps

    2nd Franklin

  • Tram T. Nguyen

    18th Essex

  • Lindsay N. Sabadosa

    1st Hampshire

  • Kay Khan

    11th Middlesex

  • David Henry Argosky LeBoeuf

    17th Worcester

  • Daniel R. Carey

    2nd Hampshire

  • James K. Hawkins

    2nd Bristol

  • Jessica Ann Giannino

    16th Suffolk

  • Ann-Margaret Ferrante

    5th Essex

  • Ruth B. Balser

    12th Middlesex

  • Paul F. Tucker

    7th Essex

  • Joseph W. McGonagle, Jr.

    28th Middlesex

  • Tami L. Gouveia

    14th Middlesex

  • Patricia A. Haddad

    5th Bristol

  • Paul W. Mark

    2nd Berkshire

  • Erika Uyterhoeven

    27th Middlesex

  • Michael O. Moore

    Second Worcester

  • Lori A. Ehrlich

    8th Essex

  • Angelo J. Puppolo, Jr.

    12th Hampden

  • Tommy Vitolo

    15th Norfolk

  • William C. Galvin

    6th Norfolk

  • James B. Eldridge

    Middlesex and Worcester

  • David Allen Robertson

    19th Middlesex

  • Natalie M. Higgins

    4th Worcester

  • Kate Lipper-Garabedian

    32nd Middlesex

  • David M. Rogers

    24th Middlesex

  • Michelle L. Ciccolo

    15th Middlesex

  • Antonio F. D. Cabral

    13th Bristol

  • Carlos González

    10th Hampden

  • Christopher Hendricks

    11th Bristol

  • David Biele

    4th Suffolk

  • Michael D. Brady

    Second Plymouth and Bristol

  • Daniel Cahill

    10th Essex

  • Tackey Chan

    2nd Norfolk

  • John J. Lawn, Jr.

    10th Middlesex

  • Michael P. Kushmerek

    3rd Worcester

  • Mark C. Montigny

    Second Bristol and Plymouth

  • Patrick M. O'Connor

    Plymouth and Norfolk

  • Alice Hanlon Peisch

    14th Norfolk

  • Daniel J. Ryan

    2nd Suffolk

  • Jeffrey N. Roy

    10th Norfolk

  • Dylan A. Fernandes

    Barnstable, Dukes and Nantucket

  • Liz Miranda

    5th Suffolk

  • Frank A. Moran

    17th Essex

  • Elizabeth A. Malia

    11th Suffolk

  • Sal N. DiDomenico

    Middlesex and Suffolk

  • Susan L. Moran

    Plymouth and Barnstable

  • Walter F. Timilty

    Norfolk, Bristol and Plymouth

  • Adam J. Scanlon

    14th Bristol

  • Mary S. Keefe

    15th Worcester

  • Tricia Farley-Bouvier

    3rd Berkshire

  • Julian Cyr

    Cape and Islands

  • Edward R. Philips

    8th Norfolk

  • Harriette L. Chandler

    First Worcester

Senate Cosponors (Bill S.314)

  • Sal N. DiDomenico (Sponsor)

    Middlesex and Suffolk

  • Mathew J. Muratore

    1st Plymouth

  • Steven Ultrino

    33rd Middlesex

  • Mike Connolly

    26th Middlesex

  • Jack Patrick Lewis

    7th Middlesex

  • Paul R. Feeney

    Bristol and Norfolk

  • James B. Eldridge

    Middlesex and Worcester

  • Kenneth I. Gordon

    21st Middlesex

  • Joanne M. Comerford

    Hampshire, Franklin and Worcester

  • Bradford Hill

    4th Essex

  • Thomas M. Stanley

    9th Middlesex

  • Jason M. Lewis

    Fifth Middlesex

  • Joseph A. Boncore

    First Suffolk and Middlesex

  • Anne M. Gobi

    Worcester, Hampden, Hampshire and Middlesex

  • Kay Khan

    11th Middlesex

  • Susannah M. Whipps

    2nd Franklin

  • Brendan P. Crighton

    Third Essex

  • Walter F. Timilty

    Norfolk, Bristol and Plymouth

  • Jessica Ann Giannino

    16th Suffolk

  • Rob Consalvo

    14th Suffolk

  • Carmine Lawrence Gentile

    13th Middlesex

  • Michael O. Moore

    Second Worcester

  • Joan B. Lovely

    Second Essex

  • Angelo J. Puppolo, Jr.

    12th Hampden

  • Mark C. Montigny

    Second Bristol and Plymouth

  • Daniel J. Ryan

    2nd Suffolk

  • Patrick M. O'Connor

    Plymouth and Norfolk

  • Michael D. Brady

    Second Plymouth and Bristol

  • Joseph W. McGonagle, Jr.

    28th Middlesex

  • John F. Keenan

    Norfolk and Plymouth

  • Eric P. Lesser

    First Hampden and Hampshire

  • Susan L. Moran

    Plymouth and Barnstable

  • Adam Gomez

    Hampden

  • Erika Uyterhoeven

    27th Middlesex

  • Adam J. Scanlon

    14th Bristol

  • Julian Cyr

    Cape and Islands

  • Adam G. Hinds

    Berkshire, Hampshire, Franklin and Hampden

  • Rebecca L. Rausch

    Norfolk, Bristol and Middlesex

  • Harriette L. Chandler

    First Worcester