Conflict of Interest Report – Marc Pacheco


MARC PACHECO (D)

As Of March 2017, Pacheco Has Received $1,388,634.77 In Campaign Contributions.

(Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 3/7/17)

ENERGY AND GLOBAL WARMING INTERESTS

 

Major Contributors

In October 2003, Pacheco Received $200 From Peter Romano, President Of The Independent Oil Markets Association. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 3/7/17)

In June 2016, Pacheco Received $1,000 From Matthew Morrissey, Executive Director Of Offshore Wind Massachusetts. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 3/7/17)

In June 2016, Pacheco Received $1,000 From Erich G. Stephens. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 3/7/17)

      • Stephens Is Executive Vice President Of Wind Company OffshoreMW. ““The construction of the Marine Commerce Terminal, along with the recently enacted energy legislation, were the two key drivers for my company to recently ramp up its investment in Massachusetts’s new offshore wind industry,” said Erich Stephens, Executive Vice President of OffshoreMW.” (Press Release, “Baker-Polito Administration, Offshore Wind Developers Announce Agreement For New Bedford Marine Commerce Terminal,” Office Of Governor Charlie Baker, 9/6/16)

In June 2016, Pacheco Received $1,000 From Jeffrey M. Grybowski, CEO Of Deepwater Wind. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 3/7/17)

In June 2016, Pacheco Received $250 From Richard Kleiman, Renewable Energy Developer At Kleiman Energy & Environment LLC. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 3/7/17)

In June 2016, Pacheco Received $250 From Haskell Werlin, Director Of Business Development Of The Solar Design Association. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 3/7/17)

In July 2016, Pacheco Received $300 From John Hanselman, CEO Of Vanguard Renewables. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 3/7/17)

As Of March 2017, Pacheco Has Received $2,175 From Richard Johnson Of Insituform Technologies. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 3/7/17)

As Of March 2017, Pacheco Received $1,100 From Joseph Abreau, Owner Of Abreau Oil Company. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 3/7/17)

 


As Of March 2017, Pacheco Received $1,000 From David & Lynda Murphy, Engineers From Global Environmental. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 3/7/17)

As Of March 2017, Pacheco Received $4,450 From Employees Of Northeast Utilities System. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 3/7/17)

As Of March 2017, Pacheco Received $450 From Covanta Energy. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 3/7/17)

As Of March 2017, Pacheco Received $1,000 From Employees Of The Massachusetts Environmental Association. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 3/7/17)

As Of March 2017, Pacheco Received $1,000 From Employees Of Volta Oil. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 3/7/17)

As Of March 2017, Pacheco Received $1,100 From Employees Of Mutual Oil Co.

(Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 3/7/17)

As Of March 2017, Pacheco Received $400 From Employees Of Peterborough Oil.

(Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 3/7/17)

Related Legislation Sponsored By Pacheco

Pacheco Sponsored S. 96, An Act To Promote Livable Communities. (Bill S. 96, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/20/09)

Pacheco Sponsored S. 390, An Act Providing Funding For Clean Energy And Energy Efficiency Measures For The Commonwealth. (Bill S. 390, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/22/13)

Pacheco Sponsored S. 457, An Act Relative To A Moratorium On Hydraulic Fracturing.

(Bill S. 457, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 4/15/15)

Pacheco Sponsored S. 458, An Act Relative To 2030 And 2040 Emissions Benchmarks. (Bill

  1. 458, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 4/15/15)

Pacheco Sponsored S. 471, An Act To Promote Solar Hot Water Installations. (Bill S. 471, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/23/17)

Pacheco Sponsored S. 1450, An Act To Promote Solar Hot Water Installations. (Bill S. 1450, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/20/09)

Pacheco Sponsored S. 1526, An Act To Promote Solar Hot Water Installations. (Bill S. 1526, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/22/13)

Pacheco Sponsored S. 1607, An Act To Promote Solar Hot Water Installations. (Bill S. 1607, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/24/11)

Pacheco Sponsored S. 1685, An Act To Create A Repower Massachusetts Emergency Task Force. (Bill S. 1685, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/21/11)

Pacheco Sponsored S. 1686, An Act Providing Funding For Clean Energy And Energy Efficiency Measures For Public Schools. (Bill S. 1686, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/24/11)

 


Pacheco Sponsored S. 1783, An Act Relative To Bonding Authority For The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center. (Bill S. 1783, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 4/15/15)

Pacheco Sponsored S. 1784, An Act Relative To Net Metering. (Bill S. 1784, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 4/15/15)

Pacheco Sponsored S. 1785, An Act To Protect Our Environment And Update Our Climate Action Plan. (Bill S. 1785, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 4/15/15)

Pacheco Sponsored S. 1786, An Act To Protect Our Environment And Reduce The Carbon Footprint Of The Commonwealth. (Bill S. 1786, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 4/15/15)

Pacheco Sponsored S. 1866, An Act Relative To A Clean Fuel Standard. (Bill S. 1866, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 4/15/15)

Pacheco Sponsored S. 1880, An Act creating 21st Century Massachusetts Clean Energy Jobs. (Bill S. 1880, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/23/17)

Pacheco Sponsored S. 2402, Climate Adaptation Management Plan. (Bill S. 2402, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 6/30/16)

UNIONS

 

Major Contributors

As Of March 2017, Pacheco Has Received At Least $251,250 From Labor Unions.

(Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 3/7/17)

 

  • As Of March 2017, Pacheco Received At Least $8,375 From The Carpenters Union.

 

(Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 3/7/17)

 


Related Legislation Sponsored By Pacheco

Pacheco Sponsored S. 258, An Act Relative To Charter Schools. (Bill S. 258, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/22/13)

Pacheco Sponsored S. 326, An Act Establishing A Moratorium For Commonwealth Charter Schools. (Bill S. 326, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 4/15/15)

Pacheco Sponsored S. 707, An Act Increasing The Minimum Wage. (Bill S. 707, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/20/09)

Pacheco Sponsored S. 710, An Act To Provide A Safe Workplace For Employees Of The Commonwealth. (Bill S. 710, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/20/09)

Pacheco Sponsored S. 878, An Act To Improve The Commonwealth’s Economy With A Strong Minimum Wage. (Bill S. 878, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/22/13)

Pacheco Sponsored S. 948, An Act To Provide A Safe Workplace For Employees Of The Commonwealth. (Bill S. 948, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/24/11)

Pacheco Sponsored S. 951, An Act To Promote The Commonwealth’s Economic Recovery With A Strong Minimum Wage. (Bill S. 951, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/24/11)

Pacheco Sponsored S. 996, An Act To Improve The Commonwealth’s Economy With A Strong Minimum Wage. (Bill S. 996, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 4/15/15)

Pacheco Sponsored S. 999, An Act To Further Define Standards Of Employee Safety. (Bill S. 999, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 4/15/15)

Pacheco Sponsored S. 1033, An Act To Further Define Standards Of Employee Safety. (Bill

  1. 1033, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/23/17)

Pacheco Sponsored S. 1262, An Act Further Regulating Group Insurance Benefits For State Employees And Retired State Employees. (Bill S. 1262, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/22/13)

Pacheco Sponsored S. 1263, An Act Relative To The Cost Of Living Adjustment For Public Retirees. (Bill S. 1263, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/22/13)

Pacheco Sponsored S. 1348, An Act Further Regulating Group Insurance Benefits For State Employees And Retired State Employees. (Bill S. 1348, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/24/11)

Pacheco Sponsored S. 1351, An Act Relative To The Cost Of Living Adjustment For Public Retirees. (Bill S. 1351, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/24/11)

 


Pacheco Sponsored S. 1352, An Act Relative To The Enrollment Into The State Retirement System Of Current Members Of The Optional Retirement Program. (Bill S. 1352, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/20/11)

Pacheco Sponsored S. 1445, An Act Relative To Line Of Duty Injury Benefits For Public Employees. (Bill S. 1445, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/23/17)

Pacheco Sponsored S. 1449, An Act Improving Certain Public Construction Processes. (Bill

  1. 1445, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/20/09)

Pacheco Sponsored S. 1612, An Act Improving Certain Public Construction Processes. (Bill

  1. 1612, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/21/17)

 

Pacheco Sponsored S. 1696, An Act To Require Restroom Breaks For Public Transit. (Bill S. 1696, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/22/13)

Pacheco Sponsored S. 1705, An Act Relative To Life Cycle Costs For Public Construction.

(Bill S. 1705, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 4/15/15)

Pacheco Sponsored S. 1912, An Act Relative To The Enrollment Into The State Retirement System Of Higher Education Employees In The Optional Retirement Plan. (Bill S. 1912, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 4/11/11)

DEVELOPMENT AND CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY

 

Major Contributors

As Of March 2017, Pacheco Has Received $9,500 From Employees Of Couto Management Group. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 3/7/17)

As Of March 2017, Pacheco Has Received $6,350 From Employees Of Cafua Management Group. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 3/7/17)

As Of March 2017, Pacheco Has Received $6,350 From Employees Of Delsa Enterprises.

(Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 3/7/17)

As Of March 2017, Pacheco Has Received At Least $6,125 From Employees Of Raynham/Taunton Park. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 3/7/17)

As Of March 2017, Pacheco Has Received $3,500 From Peter Bassett, President Of Bristol Property Management. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 3/7/17)

As Of March 2017, Pacheco Has Received $3,300 From David Carvalho, Franchise Owner Of Riverside Management Group. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 3/7/17)

Related Legislation Sponsored By Pacheco

Pacheco Sponsored S. 74, An Act To Promote Livable Communities And Zoning Reform Act. (Bill S. 74, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/22/13)

 


Pacheco Sponsored S. 168, An Act Establishing And Regulating Resort-Style Entertainment In The Commonwealth. (Bill S. 168, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/24/11)

Pacheco Sponsored S. 1847, An Act To Promote Livable Communities And Zoning Reform Act. (Bill S. 1847, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/24/11)

Pacheco Sponsored S. 1875, An Act Relative To Local Energy Investment And Infrastructure Modernization. (Bill S. 1875, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/23/17)

 

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