VERMONT HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

ROLL CALL VOTES

2000 SESSION

 (including special session of May 31, 2000)

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JRS. 67           Joint Resolution relating to Town Meeting adjournment.

Shall the Resolution be adopted?

Yes, 111.  No, 28.  Absent, 9.                        House Journal 1/5/2000                     page 1

 

H. 665             An act relating to providing adjustments in the amounts appropriated for the support of government.

Amendment by Reps. Mazur of South Burlington and Holmes of Bethel  regarding basic and affordable health insurance for children and youth.

Yes, 60.  No, 84.  Absent, 5.                          House Journal 1/13/2000                   page 2

           

Amendment by Rep. Freed of Dorset (1st and 2nd instances only) requiring comparable reimbursement rates for medicare and medicaid.

Yes, 61.  No, 83.  Absent, 5               House Journal 1/13/2000                   page 3

 

Amendment by Rep. Maslack of Poultney regarding funding for Brady Bill checks.

Yes, 60.  No, 75.  Absent, 14.                        House Journal 1/14/2000                   page 4

 

Amendment by Rep. Corren of Burlington regarding aid to the aged, blind and disabled.

Yes, 68.  No, 68.  Absent, 13                         House Journal 1/14/2000                   page 5

(The Speaker declined to vote and thereby the amendment was lost)

 

H. 607             An act relating to investments of insurance companies.

Shall the bill be read a third time?

Yes, 134.  No, 4.  Absent, 10             House Journal 1/19/2000                   page 6

 

H. 374             An act relating to banking regulations.

Shall the bill be read a third time?

Yes, 131.  No, 4.  Absent, 13             House Journal 1/19/2000                   page 7

 

Shall the bill pass?

Yes, 136.  No, 4.  Absent, 8               House Journal 1/20/2000                   page 8

 

H. 234             An act relating to student members of the state board of education

Amendment by Rep. Bourdeau of Hyde Park regarding process for choosing student member of the board

Yes, 61.  No, 83.  Absent, 5               House Journal 2/3/2000                     page 9

 

H. 598             An act relating to designating the Vermont State Song

Amendment by Committee on General, Housing and Military Affairs regarding the proposed state song, “These Green Mountains.”

Yes, 60.  No, 78.  Absent, 11             House Journal 2/24/2000                   page 10

 

H. 842             An act making appropriations for the support of government

Amendment by Rep. Quaid of Williston et al, repealing Act 60.

Yes, 52.  No, 91.  Absent, 6               House Journal 3/1/2000                     page 11

 

H. 842             An act making appropriations for the support of government

Amendment by Rep. Rusten of Halifax  et al (first instance only) repealing all law relating to local share education tax and equalized yield.

Yes, 46.  No, 93.  Absent, 10             House Journal 3/1/2000                     page 12

 

H. 645             An act relating to state police dispatching districts.

Shall the bill pass?

Yes, 143.  No, 0.  Absent, 6               House Journal 3/2/2000                     page 13

 

H. 842             An act making appropriations for the support of government

Amendment by Rep. Fox of Essex (second instance only), requiring that any initiatives in the general provisions governing offender work be reviewed by the joint fiscal office prior to implementation.

Yes, 53.  No, 92.  Absent, 4               House Journal 3/2/2000                     page 14

 

Motion by Rep. Colvin of Bennington to re-commit bill to Committee on Appropriations.

Yes, 50.  No, 95.  Absent, 4               House Journal 3/2/2000                     page 15

 

Amendment by Rep. Mullin of Rutland Town et al, prohibiting reimbursement for health care services relating to abortion procedures unless such procedures are performed by a licensed physician.

Yes, 38.  No, 105.  Absent, 6             House Journal 3/2/2000                     page 16

 

Amendment by Rep. Freed of Dorset (first instance only) requiring comparable Medicaid and Medicare reimbursement rates.

Yes, 66.  No, 75.  Absent, 8               House Journal 3/2/2000                     page 17

 

Amendment by Rep. Milkey of Brattleboro (as amended) regarding all call-taker positions under supervision of department of public safety being transferred to E-911 board.

Yes, 132.  No, 4.  Absent, 13             House Journal 3/2/2000                     page 18

 

Shall the bill be read a third time?

Yes, 84.  No, 51.  Absent, 14             House Journal 3/2/2000                     page 19

 

Amendment by Rep. Holmes of Bethel specifying that $600,000 in VScript funds shall used to decrease VScript beneficiaries’ coinsurance payment requirement for the purchase of covered prescription drugs.

Yes, 61.  No, 85.  Absent, 3               House Journal 3/3/2000                     page 20

 

Amendment by Rep. Pembroke of Bennington (first instance only), prohibiting commissioner of social welfare from offering chain discounts for prescription drugs.

Yes, 104.  No, 41.  Absent, 4             House Journal 3/3/2000                     page 21

 

Amendment by Rep. Valsangiacomo of Barre City et al, requiring parental notification of minor’s abortion when paid for by Medicaid.

Yes, 47.  No, 94.  Absent, 8               House Journal 3/3/2000                     page 22

 

Shall the bill pass?

Yes, 88.  No, 50.  Absent, 11             House Journal 3/3/2000                     page 23

 

 

 

H. 711             An act relating to an independent performance audit of Vermont’s Health Care System

Amendment by Rep. Corren of Burlington, specifying that the legislative council shall accept proposals and award the contract(s) to conduct the health care audit.

Yes, 34.  No, 96.  Absent, 19.                        House Journal 3/13/2000                   page 24

 

Amendment by Rep. Bouricius of Burlington (to amendment by Rep. Kehler of Pomfret), regarding membership of health care audit oversight committee (amendment would include a member appointed by AFL-CIO, a member appointed by Vermont Consumers’ Campaign for Health, and a member appointed by the Coalition of Vermont Elders).

Yes, 53.  No, 90.  Absent, 6.              House Journal 3/14/2000                   page 25

 

Amendment by Rep. Kehler of Pomfret, regarding membership of health care audit oversight committee (amendment would include the Commissioner of Banking, Insurance, Securities, and Health Care Administration and  members appointed by: the speaker of the house, the president pro tem of the senate, the governor, the Vermont Hospital Association, the Vermont Medical Society and  the Vermont Business Roundtable).

Yes, 66.  No, 76.  Absent, 7.              House Journal 3/14/2000                   page 26

 

Shall the bill pass?

Yes, 118.  No, 22.  Absent, 9.                        House Journal 3/14/2000                   page 27

 

H. 784             An act relating to Act 250 jurisdiction, district commission chairs, review on the record, violations, and presumptions                               accorded to agency permits.

Amendment by Rep. Johnson of Canaan, striking provision regarding appeals by adjoining property owners who have obtained party status.

Yes, 86.  No, 57.  Absent, 6.              House Journal 3/14/2000                   page 28

 

Amendment by Rep. Jordan of Middlesex  striking provisions relating to environmental board hearings being based upon the record developed below.

Yes, 45.  No, 91.  Absent, 13.                        House Journal 3/14/2000                   page 29

 

Amendment by Rep. Helm of Castleton regarding Act 250 permit amendments as they relate to painting building exteriors, landscaping changes, and parking improvements.

Yes, 71.  No, 59.  Absent, 19.                        House Journal 3/14/2000                   page 30

 

Amendment by Rep. Metzger of Milton et al requiring that any organization accorded or requesting party status provide names and addresses of members that reside in municipality in which subdivision or development is to take place.

Yes, 80.  No, 50.  Absent, 19.                        House Journal 3/14/2000                   page 31

 

Amendment by Committee on Natural Resources and Energy, as amended, regarding changes to Act 250 land use law and procedures.

Yes, 82.  No, 48.  Absent, 19.                        House Journal 3/14/2000                   page 32

 

H. 847             An act relating to Civil Unions.

Amendment by Rep. Koch of Barre Town, authorizing a constitutional convention for the purpose of responding to the Vermont Supreme Court’s decision in Baker v. State of Vermont.

Yeas, 45.  Nays, 103.  Absent, 1.       House Journal 3/15/2000                   page 33

 

Amendment by Reps. Starr of Troy and Schiavone of Shelburne regarding an advisory referendum (offered as substitute for amendment offered by Rep. Flory of Pittsford et al).

Yeas, 56.  Nays, 91.  Absent, 2.                     House Journal 3/15/2000                   page 34

 

Amendment by Reps. Flory of Pittsford, Schiavone of Shelburne and Starr of Troy regarding implementation of a system of Domestic Units.

Yeas, 29.  Nays, 118.  Absent, 2.       House Journal 3/15/2000                   page 35

 

Amendment by Reps. Corren of Burlington and Deen of Westminster regarding same-sex marriage.

Yeas, 22.  Nays, 125.  Absent, 2.       House Journal 3/15/2000                   page 36

 

Shall the bill be read a third time?

Yeas, 79.  Nays, 68.  Absent, 2.                     House Journal 3/15/2000                   page 37

 

Amendment by Reps. Schiavone of Shelburne and Starr of Troy, as divided, regarding marriages entered into in another state.

Yeas, 55.  Nays, 89.  Absent, 5.                     House Journal 3/16/2000                   page 38

 

Amendment by Rep. Maslack of Poultney requiring medical certificate before issuance of civil union license.

Yeas, 2.  Nays, 136.  Absent, 11.       House Journal 3/16/2000                   page 39

 

Motion by Rep. Little of Shelburne to make a non-debatable question fully debatable (underlying question was a motion by Rep. Deuel of West Rutland to recommit bill to Committee on Judiciary)

Yeas, 140.  Nays, 6.  Absent, 3.                     House Journal 3/16/2000                   page 40

110 votes necessary to suspend rules (3/4 of members present)

 

Motion by Rep. Deuel of West Rutland to recommit the bill to Committee on Judiciary.

Yeas, 53.  Nays, 92.  Absent, 4.                     House Journal 3/16/2000                   page 41

 

Amendment offered by Reps. Perry of Richford, Allard of St. Albans Town, Barney of Highgate, Deuel of West Rutland, Howrigan of Fairfield, Schiavone of Shelburne and Valsangiacomo of Barre City prohibiting same-sex marriages.

Yeas, 62.  Nays, 83.  Absent, 4.                     House Journal 3/16/2000                   page 42

 

Shall the Bill pass?

Yeas, 76.  Nays, 69.  Absent, 4.                     House Journal 3/16/2000                   page 43

 

Vote explanations regarding passage of H.847                                                           page 44

 

H. 629             An Act relating to special education services

Amendment offered by Rep. Waite of Pawlet, striking provision regarding targets for increases in statewide total special education expenditures.

Yes, 52.  No, 85.  Absent, 12.                        House Journal 3/17/2000                   page 45

 

H. 598             An act designating the Vermont state song.

Amendment offered by Committee on General, Housing and Military Affairs regarding the proposed state song, “These Green Mountains”

Yes, 106.  No, 27.  Absent, 16.                      House Journal 3/17/2000                   page 46

 

H. 850             An act relating to capital appropriations and state bonding

Amendment offered by Committee on Appropriations (3rd instance only) regarding approval and funding of school construction projects.

Yes, 89.  No, 40.  Absent, 20.                        House Journal 3/20/2000                   page 47

 

Amendment by Rep. Quaid of Williston et al, regarding local education spending, specifying how funds shall be raised to construct, repair and maintain schools or to consolidate two or more school buildings, and that such funds shall not be used to determine local property tax percentage.

Yes, 59.  No, 87.  Absent, 3.              House Journal 3/21/2000                   page 48

 

Shall the bill pass?

Yes, 142.  No, 2.  Absent, 5.              House Journal 3/21/2000                   page 49

 

H. 784             An act relating to Act 250 jurisdiction, district commission chairs, review on the

record, violations, and presumptions accorded to agency permits

Amendment offered by Rep. Mazur of South Burlington (first instance only), regarding creation of Act 250 exempt downtown districts.

Yes, 67.  No, 78.  Absent, 4.              House Journal 3/21/2000                   page 50

 

Motion by Rep. Darrow of Newfane to recommit the bill to the committee on Natural Resources and Energy.

Yes, 50.  No, 96.   Absent, 3.             House Journal 3/21/2000                   page 51

 

Amendment by Rep. Hyde of Fayston regarding the definition of “subdivision” as it relates to Act 250 jurisdiction.

Yes, 82.  No, 62.  Absent, 5.              House Journal 3/21/2000                   page 52

 

Amendment by Rep. Towne of Berlin specifying that redevelopment or reconstruction of an existing commercial development for similar use shall not require an Act 250 permit or permit amendment.

Yes, 33.  No, 104.  Absent, 12.                      House Journal 3/21/2000                   page 53

 

Shall the bill pass?

Yes, 85.  No, 46.  Absent, 18.                        House Journal 3/21/2000                   page 54

 

H. 852             An act relating to patients’ access to their medical records

Amendment by Rep. Koch of Barre Town regarding individual privacy, patient’s access to personal health care information, and the legal responsibilities of those who obtain and use health care information for lawful purposes.

Yes, 42.  No, 95.  Absent, 12.                        House Journal 3/22/2000                   page 55

 

H. 675             An act relating to the organization of minor political parties

Motion by Rep. Hingtgen of Burlington that the House reconsider its vote of 3/23/2000, when the House agreed to an amendment by Rep. Freed of Dorset regarding an alternative organization option for major political parties.

Yes, 44.  No, 88.  Absent, 17.                        House Journal 3/24/2000                   page 56

 

H. 602             An act relating to trucks

Amendment by Rep. Larocque of Barnet, adding portions of U.S. Route 5 to the proposed state truck network.

Yes, 74.  No, 66.  Absent, 9.              House Journal 3/28/2000                   page 57

 

Amendment by Rep. Anderson of Woodstock, regarding an alternative state truck network, including creation of a statewide municipal commercial motor vehicle enforcement fund.

Yes, 27.  No, 112.  Absent, 10.                      House Journal 3/28/2000                   page 58

 

H. 710             An act relating to a success beyond sixty program

Shall the bill pass?

Yes, 91.  No, 48.  Absent, 10.                        House Journal 3/29/2000                   page 59

 

H. 602             An act relating to trucks

Amendment by Rep. Kehler of Pomfret regarding weigh-in-motion sensors, also giving commissioner authority to place special restrictions applying to commercial motor vehicles on any part of the proposed truck network to ensure safe operation of all vehicles.

Yes, 44.  No, 98.  Absent, 7.              House Journal 3/29/2000                   page 60

 

Shall the bill pass?

Yes, 110.  No, 32.  Absent, 7.                        House Journal 3/29/2000                   page 61

 

H. 837             An act relating to assuring a livable income for all working Vermonters

Shall the bill be read a third time?

Yes, 92.  No, 42.  Absent, 15.                        House Journal 3/29/2000                   page 62

 

H. 310             An act relating to tobacco use prevention, cessation and control, and the master

settlement agreement

Shall the bill be read a third time?

Yes, 128.  No, 13.  Absent, 8.                        House Journal 3/30/2000                   page 63

 

H. 837             An act relating to assuring a livable income for all working Vermonters

Amendment by Rep. Pembroke of Bennington et al, increasing the earned income tax credit from 25 to 32 percent.

Yes, 73.  No, 68.  Absent, 8.              House Journal 3/30/2000                   page 64

 

H. 837             An act relating to assuring a livable income for all working Vermonters

Amendment by Rep. Cross of Winooski raising the minimum wage to $6.95 an hour on 12/31/2001.

Yes, 51.  No, 84.  Absent, 14.                        House Journal 3/30/2000                   page 65

 

Amendment offered by Rep. Corren of Burlington et al, substituted by an amendment offered by Reps. Blanchard of Essex and Flaherty of South Burlington, raising the minimum wage to $6.25 an hour on 12/31/2000.

Yes, 128.  No, 7.  Absent, 14.                        House Journal 3/30/2000                   page 66

 

Motion by Rep. Starr of Troy to recommit the bill to the committee on General, Housing and Military Affairs.

Yes, 0.  No, 131.  Absent, 18.                        House Journal 3/30/2000                   page 67

 

H. 310             An act relating to tobacco use prevention, cessation and control, and the master

settlement agreement

Amendment offered by Rep. Flory of Pittsford, substituted by an amendment offered by Rep. Koch of Barre Town, striking language placing the attorney general or designee on the Vermont tobacco prevention and treatment board.

Yes, 62.  No, 77.  Absent, 12.                        House Journal 3/31/2000                   page 68

 

H. 843             An act relating to assisting families to attain self-sufficiency

Amendment by Rep. Hingtgen of Burlington, regarding a post secondary education program, providing that the maximum living expense stipend shall include the maximum housing allowance for the county in which the family resides.

Yes, 65.  No, 66.  Absent, 18.                        House Journal 4/4/2000                     page 69

 

Amendment by Rep. Wood of Brandon, striking all references to “commissioner of community, health access, maintenance and prevention” and inserting in lieu thereof “department of social assistance.”

Yes, 70.  No, 70.  Absent, 10.                        House Journal 4/4/2000                     page 70

(The Speaker voted in the negative to create a tie vote and therefore the amendment was lost)

 

H. 858             An act relating to miscellaneous tax amendments

Amendment by Rep. Deen of Westminster (1st and 2nd instances) increasing the cigarette tax.

Yes, 53.  No, 87.  Absent, 9.              House Journal 4/5/2000                     page 71

 

Amendment by Rep. Rusten of Halifax et al, providing that the statewide education property tax on commercial nonresidential property shall be assessed as if the equalized value had been reduced by $15,000 per parcel.

Yes, 55.  No, 85.  Absent, 9.              House Journal 4/5/2000                     page 72

 

Amendment by Rep. Hyde of Fayston et al, regarding taxation of pesticides and herbicides.

Yes, 82.  No, 54.  Absent, 13.                        House Journal 4/5/2000                     page 73

 

Amendment by Rep. Freed of Dorset, excluding income received under the federal Social Security Act from taxable income.

Yes, 59.  No, 77.  Absent, 13.                        House Journal 4/5/2000                     page 74

 

Amendment by Rep. Neiman of Georgia et al, exempting from taxes up to $2,000 of income for qualified volunteers of firefighting, rescue or emergency medical services organizations.

Yes, 95.  No, 29.  Absent, 25.                        House Journal 4/5/2000                     page 75

 

Motion by Rep. McGrath of Ferrisburgh to adjourn until the next morning, 4/6/2000

Yes, 38.  No, 82.  Absent, 29.                        House Journal 4/5/2000                     page 76

 

Amendment by Rep. Mallary of Brookfield, providing that until certain bonds are released or discharged the general assembly shall annually transfer from the general fund to the education fund the full amount of any foregone education property tax revenue within the Winooski tax increment financing district.

Yes, 40.  No, 100.  Absent, 9.                        House Journal 4/6/2000                     page 77

 

Amendment by Rep. Perry of Richford (offered in substitution for amendment by Rep. Freed of Dorset) providing a tax exemption for retirement income of up to $4,100.00 for married persons filing jointly.

Yes, 75.  No, 65.  Absent, 9.              House Journal 4/6/2000                     page 78

 

Shall the bill pass?

Yes, 110.  No, 29.  Absent, 10.                      House Journal 4/6/2000                     page 79

 

H. 847             An act relating to Civil Unions

Motion by Rep. Schiavone of Shelburne to postpone action until November 30, 2000 (the pending question at the time of the motion was whether the House should concur in the Senate proposal of amendment).

Yeas, 63.  Nays, 84.  Absent, 2.                     House Journal 4/25/2000                   page 80

 

Shall the House concur in the Senate proposal of amendment?

Yeas, 79.  Nays, 68.  Absent, 2.         House Journal 4/25/2000                   page 81

 

S. 317              An act relating to establishing a development cabinet

Amendment offered by Committee on Government Operations, as amended, creating a land use development cabinet and the Vermont film corporation.

Yes, 66.  No, 71.  Absent, 12.                        House Journal 4/28/2000                   page 82

 

H. 856             An act relating to the charter of the city of Burlington

Amendment by Rep. Lafayette of Burlington et al, granting the city of Burlington the authority to enter into a business relationship to provide telecommunications or cable television services.

Yes, 68.  No, 53.  Absent, 28.                        House Journal 4/28/2000                   page 83

 

S. 303              An act relating to treatment of opiate addiction

Amendment offered by committee on Health and Welfare establishing guidelines for opiate treatment and creating the opiate addiction treatment advisory committee.

Yes, 114.  No, 3.  Absent, 32.                        House Journal 5/1/2000                     page 84

 

S. 300              An act relating to fair pricing of prescription drugs

Amendment by committee on Appropriations, amending an amendment by the committee on Health and Welfare, regarding financial assistance for the purchase of prescription drugs.

Yes, 85.  No, 56.  Absent, 8.              House Journal 5/2/2000                     page 85

 

Shall the bill be read a third time?

Yes, 134.  No, 6.  Absent, 9.              House Journal 5/2/2000                     page 86

 

S. 309              An act relating to regulatory authority over mobile home parks with failed

wastewater systems or failed potable water supplies

Shall the bill pass in concurrence with proposal of amendment?

Yes, 101.  No, 15.  Absent, 33.                      House Journal 5/2/2000                     page 87

 

S. 237              An act relating to minors and alcohol

Shall the bill pass in concurrence with proposal of amendment?

Yes, 136.  No, 3.  Absent, 10.                        House Journal 5/3/2000                     page 88

 

S. 300              An act relating to fair pricing of prescription drugs

Amendment by Rep. Mullin of Rutland Town, regarding coinsurance payments and financial assistance for the purchase of prescription drugs.

Yes, 62.  No, 78.  Absent, 9.              House Journal 5/3/2000                     page 89

 

Amendment by Rep. Little of Shelburne et al, stating legislative policy concerning state regulation of prescription drug prices.

Yes, 101.  No, 39.  Absent, 9.                        House Journal 5/3/2000                     page 90

 

S. 203              An act relating to public school choice in grades 9-12

Amendment by Rep. Mazur of South Burlington creating a committee on charter schools.

Yes, 67.  No, 68.  Absent, 14.                        House Journal 5/4/2000                     page 91

 

Amendment by Rep. Quaid of Williston et al, directing commissioner of education to report to the state board of education an evaluation of statutory requirements and restrictions relating to the use of public funds for non-sectarian educational services and costs at approved religious schools.

Yes, 48.  No, 75.  Absent, 26.                        House Journal 5/4/2000                     page 92

 

Amendment by Rep. Bouricius of Burlington (2nd, 3rd and 4th instances), relating to a school district’s petition to the commissioner for an exemption from participation in a public high school choice region and appeals of the commissioner’s decision.

Yes, 32.  No, 102.  Absent, 15.                      House Journal 5/4/2000                     page 93

 

Amendment by committee on Education, as amended, regarding public school choice.

Yes, 100.  No, 29.  Absent, 20.                      House Journal 5/4/2000                     page 94

 

S. 76                An act relating to the crime of hazing

Amendment by committee on Education, substituted by an amendment by committee on Judiciary, regarding harassment and hazing prevention policies (secs. 1, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 (151), 11 and 12 only).

Yes, 122.  No, 1.  Absent, 26.                        House Journal 5/4/2000                     page 95

 

Amendment by committee on Education, substituted by an amendment by committee on Judiciary, relating to civil and criminal penalties for hazing (secs. 9(152, 153, 154) and 10 only).

Yes, 70.  No, 46.  Absent, 33.                        House Journal 5/4/2000                     page 96

 

S. 203              An act relating to public school choice in grades 9-12

Motion by Rep. Suchmann of Chester that the House reconsider its vote of 5/4/2000 when it defeated an amendment by Rep. Mazur of South Burlington relating to a committee on charter schools.

Yes, 67.  No, 69.  Absent, 13.                        House Journal 5/5/2000                     page 97

 

H.R. 42                       House resolution in observance of Vermont Tax Freedom Day

Shall the House adopt the resolution?

Yes, 80.  No, 49.  Absent, 20.                        House Journal 5/5/2000                     page 98

 

H. 837             An act relating to assuring a livable income for all working Vermonters

Motion by Rep. Postman of Brownington that the House concur in the Senate proposal of amendment with a further amendment thereto.

Yes, 108.  No, 1.  Absent, 40             House Journal 5/8/2000                     page 99

 

H. 671             An act relating to historic tax credit for substantial rehabilitation

                        of historic buildings

Amendment by Rep. Corren of Burlington, offered in substitution for amendment by Rep. Milkey of Brattleboro (2nd, 5th and 7th instances only), relating to tax credits and economic incentives. ( Rep. Milkey’s amendment was to an amendment offered by Rep. Deen of Westminster).

Yes, 4.  No, 120.  Absent, 25.                        House Journal 5/8/2000                     page 100

 

H. 671             An act relating to historic tax credit for substantial rehabilitation

                        of historic buildings

Amendment by Rep. Milkey of Brattleboro to amendment by Rep. Deen of Westminster (third, fourth and sixth instances only) regarding economic incentives and the Vermont economic progress council.

Yes, 62.  No, 63.  Absent, 24.                        House Journal 5/8/2000                     page 101

 

Amendment by Rep. Deuel of West Rutland, to an amendment offered by Rep. Marron of Stowe et al, regarding education local share tax compliance.

Yes, 17.  No, 95.  Absent, 37.                        House Journal 5/8/2000                     page 102

 

S. 76                An act relating to the crime of hazing

Shall the House adopt the report of the Committee of Conference?

Yes, 88.  No, 51.  Absent, 10.                        House Journal 5/10/2000                   page 103

 

Proposal 4       An amendment to allow the General Assembly to prescribe a mandatory age for

justices of the Supreme Court and judges of all subordinate courts

Shall the House adopt the proposal?

Yes, 106.  No, 34.  Absent, 9.                        House Journal 5/10/2000                   page 104

 

H. 408             An act relating to historic downtown development

Motion by Rep. Hyde of Fayston that action be postponed indefinitely.

Yes, 75.  No, 62.  Absent, 12.                        House Journal 5/10/2000                   page 105

 

H. 843             An act relating to assisting families to attain self-sufficiency

Shall the House not concur in the Senate proposal of amendment and request a Committee of Conference?

Yes, 57.  No, 89.  Absent, 3.              House Journal 5/11/2000                   page 106

 

Amendment by Rep. Poirier of Barre City et al regarding birth and adoption unemployment benefits.

Yes, 50.  No, 95.  Absent, 4.              House Journal 5/11/2000                   page 107

 

H. 854             An act relating to fees

Shall the House adopt the report of the Committee of Conference?

Yes, 55.  No, 80.  Absent, 14.                        House Journal 5/12/2000                   page 108

 

Motion by Rep. Hoag of Woodford that the House reconsider its vote of 5/12/00 when the House voted not to adopt the report of the Committee of Conference.

Yes, 69.  No, 60.  Absent, 20.                        House Journal 5/13/2000                   page 109

 

H. 711             An act relating to an independent performance audit of Vermont’s health care system

Shall the House adopt the report of the Committee of Conference?    

Yes, 80.  No, 51.  Absent, 18.                        House Journal 5/13/2000                   page 110

           

S. 309              An act relating to regulatory authority over mobile home parks with failed

wastewater systems or failed potable water supplies.

Shall the House refuse to adopt the report of the Committee of Conference and request a second Committee of Conference?     

Yes, 70.  No, 59.  Absent, 20.                        House Journal 5/13/2000                   page 111

 

S. 300              An act relating to fair pricing of prescription drugs

Motion by Rep. Freed of Dorset to suspend the rules to take the bill up for immediate consideration.

Yes, 81.  No, 63.  Absent, 5.              House Journal 5/15/2000                   page 112

(a ¾ vote of 108 needed to suspend rules)

 

H. 97               An act relating to a graduated driver license program

Shall the House adopt the report of the Committee of Conference?

Yes, 85.  No, 60.  Absent, 4.              House Journal 5/15/2000                   page 113

 

S. 300              An act relating to fair pricing of prescription drugs

Shall the House refuse to adopt the report of the Committee of Conference and appoint a second Committee of Conference?

Yes, 83.  No, 62.  Absent, 4.              House Journal 5/15/2000                   page 114

 

Vote explanations regarding S.300, House vote refusing to adopt the

report of the Committee of Conference and appoint a second Committee        page 115

 

H. 671             An act relating to tax credit for substantial rehabilitation of historic buildings

Shall the House adopt the report of the Committee of Conference?

Yes, 75.  No, 62.  Absent, 12.                        House Journal 5/15/2000                   page 115

 

H. 861             An act relating to minors and alcohol                        [SPECIAL SESSION OF 5/31/2000]

Shall the bill pass?

Yes, 114.   No, 14.  Absent, 21.                     House Journal 5/31/2000                   page 116

 

H. 861             An act relating to minors and alcohol                        [SPECIAL SESSION OF 5/31/2000]

Shall the House concur in the Senate proposal of amendment?

Yes, 72.  No, 55.  Absent, 22.                        House Journal 5/31/2000                   page 117