They did not pass the legislation for a 10 hour workday.
B. Horace Mann was an American education reformer who served in the Massachusetts legislature. He was a Massachusetts representative as well as a senator in the state.
The statement 'Despite the workers efforts, the Massachusetts state legislature did not pass legislation for a 10-hour workday' is true.
The Massachusetts State Legislature called for and organized the Hartford Convention.
The people of Concord objected to having the state legislature draw up a new constitution for Massachusetts, because they pointed out that if regular legislature wrote the constitution, it would be able to change it just as easily later on.
it wanted to avoid having it be written by the legislature
The difference between the state legislature and the congerss is that the state legislature is state legislature while Congress is national legislature.
The Massachusetts legislator was dissolved on July 1st, 1768.
Calvin Coolidge: * Member of Massachusetts Legislature, 1907-08 * Member of Massachusetts Legislature, 1912-15 * Lieutenant-Governor of Massachusetts, 1916-18 * Governor of Massachusetts, 1919-20 * Vice President, 1921-23 (under Harding)
No. The Massachusetts state legislature has never passed a bill that would legalize civil unions and, as a result, no governor of Massachusetts has ever had the opportunity to sign or veto such a bill.
Kentucky legislature is the State legislature of the u.s state of Kentucky