Conflict of Interest Report — Natalie Higgins

NATALIE HIGGINS (D)

As Of May 2017, Higgins Has Received $40,011.89 In Campaign Contributions. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 5/10/17)

UNIONS

Higgins has received at least $6,350 from labor unions. Higgins has supported measures that would strengthen public teachers’ collective bargaining rights, create a paid family leave program, and ensure a prevailing wage law.

Major Contributions

As Of May 2017, Higgins Has Received At Least $6,350 From Labor Unions And Related Interests. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 5/10/17)

  • Higgins Received At Least $2,250 From State And Local Chapters Of Service Employees International Union (SEIU). (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 5/10/17)

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  • Higgins Received $500 From The Teamsters’ Voter Education Fund Local 107 Drive PAC. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 5/10/17)
  • Higgins Received At Least $500 From The Massachusetts AFL-CIO Working People’s Fund. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 5/10/17)
  • Higgins Received At Least $500 From The Carpenters Local 107 PAC. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 5/10/17)
  • Higgins Received At Least $500 From The MA & Northern NE Laborers’ District Council PAC. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 5/10/17)
  • Higgins Received At Least $500 From The Voice Of Teachers For Education (VOTE) PAC. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 5/10/17)
  • Higgins Received At Least $500 From The American Federation Of Teachers MA PAC. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 5/10/17)
  • Higgins Received At Least $500 From The Ironworkers Union Local 7 PAC. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 5/10/17)
  • Higgins Received At Least $350 From The International Union Of Operating Engineers Local 4 Social PAC. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 5/10/17)
  • Higgins Received At Least $250 From The United Association Of Plumbers & Pipefitters Local 4 PAC. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 5/10/17)

Related Legislation Co-Sponsored By Higgins

Higgins Co-Sponsored H.1033, “An Act To Prevent Wage Theft And Promote Employer Accountability.” (Bill H. 1033, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/23/17)

Higgins Co-Sponsored H. 1364, “An Act To Restore Collective Bargaining For Teachers And Other School Employees.” (Bill H. 1364, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/23/17)

Higgins Co-Sponsored H. 1426, “An Act Relative To The Collective Bargaining Rights For Employees Of The Committee For Public Counsel Services.” (Bill H. 1426, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/23/17)

Higgins Co-Sponsored H. 1434, “An Act Relative To Public Higher Education Collective Labor Contracts.” (Bill H. 1434, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/23/17)

Higgins Co-Sponsored H. 2172, “An Act Establishing A Paid Family And Medical Leave Insurance Program.” (Bill H. 2172, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/23/17)

Higgins Co-Sponsored H. 2373, “An Act Relative To Prevailing Wages.” (Bill H. 2373, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/23/17)

Higgins Co-Sponsored H. 3134, “An Act To Establish Paid Family Leave.” (Bill H. 3134, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/23/17)

Higgins Co-Sponsored H. 3141, “An Act Protecting Workers’ Wages From Arbitrary Recoupment Of Overpayments.” (Bill H. 3141, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/23/17)

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Higgins Co-Sponsored H. 3150, “An Act Relative To Fair Pay For Comparable Work.” (Bill H. 3150, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/23/17)

Higgins Co-Sponsored H. 3158, “An Act To Further Define Standards Of Employee Safety.” (Bill H. 3158, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/23/17)

SINGLE-ISSUE IDEOLOGICAL GROUPS

Higgins has received nearly $2,776.96 in in-kind contributions from single-issue liberal ideological organizations. Higgins has correspondingly signaled strong support of myriad progressive causes ranging from the decriminalization of prostitution to “implicit bias training” for police officers.

Major Contributions

As Of May 2017, Higgins Has Received At Least $2,776.96 In In-Kind Contributions From Single-Issue Ideological Organizations. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 5/10/17)

  • Higgins Received $1,453.20 In In-Kind Contributions From Mass Alliance. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 5/10/17)
  • Higgins Received $596.96 In In-Kind Contributions From The Environmental League Of Massachusetts Action Fund PAC. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 5/10/17)
  • Higgins Received $476.80 In In-Kind Contributions From NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 5/10/17)
  • Higgins Received $250 In In-Kind Contributions From Massequality. (Massachusetts Office Of Campaign And Political Finance, Accessed 5/10/17)

Related Legislation Co-Sponsored By Higgins

Higgins Co-Sponsored H. 536, “An Act Relative To Advancing Contraceptive Coverage And Economic Security In Our State (ACCESS).” (Bill H. 536, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/23/17)

Higgins Co-Sponsored H. 741, “An Act Eliminating Mandatory Minimum Sentences Related To Drug Offenses.” (Bill H. 741, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/23/17)

Higgins Co-Sponsored H. 1110, “An Act Establishing Regional Commissions On the Status Of Women And Girls.” (Bill H. 1110, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/23/17)

Higgins Co-Sponsored H. 1190, “An Act Relative To Abusive Practices To Change Sexual Orientation And Gender Identity In Minors.” (Bill H. 1190, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/23/17)

Higgins Co-Sponsored H. 1765, “An Act Relative To The Prompt Decommissioning Of Nuclear Power Stations.” (Bill H. 1765, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/23/17)

Higgins Co-Sponsored H. 2116, “An Act Providing For The Establishment Of Sustainable Water Resource Funds.” (Bill H. 2116, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/23/17)

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Higgins Co-Sponsored H. 2892, “An Act Relative To LGBT Awareness Training For Aging Services Providers.” (Bill H. 2892, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/23/17)

Higgins Co-Sponsored H. 3395, “An Act To Transition Massachusetts To 100 Per Cent Renewable Energy.” (Bill H. 3395, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/23/17)

Higgins Co-Sponsored H. 3499, “An Act Decriminalizing Prostitution.” (Bill H. 3499, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/23/17)

Higgins Co-Sponsored H. 3586, “An Act Relative To Justice-Involved Women.” (Bill H. 3586, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/23/17)

Higgins Co-Sponsored H. 3612, “An Act Requiring Implicit Bias Training For Law Enforcement Officers.” (Bill H. 3612, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/23/17)

Higgins Co-Sponsored H. 3634, “An Act Accelerating The Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard.” (Bill H. 3634, Commonwealth Of Massachusetts, Introduced 1/23/17)

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