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  • Vintage snowmobile bill passes
    Mar 16, 2015

    The New England Patriot won the Super Bowl. But the Patriots are not the only ones scoring touchdowns, your legislative team also just put one over the goal line.   SAM Vintage Snowmobile Bill Passes!: On January 8th, 2015, your Snowmobile Association of Massachusetts (SAM) vintage snowmobile bill was passed…

  • Matthew A. Beaton, Massachusetts Secretary of Energy and Environ
    Mar 10, 2015

    Matthew A. Beaton, the Massachusetts Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EOEA), snowmobiles with key members of the Snowmobile Association of Massachusetts and the Harvard Snowmobile Club.   Tony Shaw, a SAM Board of Director and President of the Harvard Snowmobile Club, along with other members of the club, hosted…

  • vintage snowmobiles in Massachusetts
    Jan 11, 2015

    The Vintage Snowmobile Registration legislation filed by the Snowmobile Association of Massachusetts was signed by Governor Patrick and is now law. SAM’s bill H.3858 can now be referred to as Chapter 502 of the Acts of 2014.   There are a lot of vintage snowmobile collectors in the Massachusetts but…

  • Snowmobile safety legislation in Massachusetts
    Dec 07, 2014

    We are fast approaching the end of the current two-year Massachusetts legislative session that began back in January 2013. Since that time the Snowmobile Association of Massachusetts has been working to get our two bills passed before the December 31 deadline. The two bills, H3856 and H3858, have an excellent…

  • Snowmobilers Vote
    Nov 02, 2014

    Remember to Vote on Tuesday November 4. Polling hours are 7am until 8pm. Your vote as a snowmobiler in Massachusetts can greatly impact the outcome of the election.   Think about this: There are approximately 15,000 to 20,000 snowmobilers in the state, far greater than the population of many towns….

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