Vermont House of Representatives

2002 Roll Call Book

INDEX

 

House Bills

 

H. 14  An act relating to repealing the shelf labeling law that applies to the retail sale of hazardous consumer products

            Amendment by Rep. Seibert of Norwich, regarding shelf labels.                                                

            Yeas, 36.  Nays, 100.  Absent, 13.                               House Journal 2/15/02              page 24

 

            Shall the bill be read the third time?                                          

            Yeas, 116.  Nays, 19.  Absent, 14                                House Journal 2/15/02              page 25

 

            Motion by Rep. Paquin of Fairfax to make a nondebatable question fully debatable.

            Yeas, 73.  Nays, 55.  Absent, 21.

            3/4 vote of 96 necc. to suspend rules.                           House Journal 4/2/02                page 88

 

            Amendment by Rep. Deen of Westminster, to a motion made by Rep. Angell of Randolph to commit the bill to the             committee on Natural Resources and Energy, regarding instructions to the committee.

            Yeas, 46.  Nays, 90.  Absent, 13.                                 House Journal 4/2/02                page 89

 

H. 31   An act relating to prescription drug costs containment and affordable access

            Motion by Rep. Koch of Barre Town to commit the bill to the committee on Health and Welfare.

            Yeas, 78.  Nays, 58.  Absent, 13.                                 House Journal 2/27/02              page 39

 

H. 410  An act relating to the creation of Business VT.

            Shall the bill be read the third time?

            Yeas, 122.  Nays, 10.  Absent, 17.                               House Journal 5/7/02                page 155

 

H. 505  An act relating to transportation revenues

            Amendment offered by Rep. Mullin of Rutland Town, to report of the committee on Ways and Means, as amended,             regarding the percentage of transportation funds appropriated for the support of government.                

            Yeas, 45.  Nays, 91.  Absent, 13.                                 House Journal 1/29/02              page 12

 

            Shall the bill be read a third time?                                                                                                                                             

            Yeas, 85.  Nays, 51.  Absent, 13.                                 House Journal 1/29/02              page 13

 

 

            Shall the bill pass?                                                                                                                                                                    

            Yeas, 96.  Nays, 44.  Absent, 9.                                   House Journal 1/30/02              page 14

 

H. 522  An act relating to the disclosure of violent behavior of individuals under the supervision or control of the             department of developmental and mental health services

            Report of the committee on Health and Welfare.

            Yeas, 138.  Nays, 6.  Absent, 5.                                   House Journal 3/14/02              page 50

 

H. 588  An act relating to identity and background checks of persons applying for motor vehicle operator’s                licenses

            Amendment by Rep. Goodridge of Albany, providing that background checks shall be at the option of the applicant.

            Yeas, 51.  Nays, 87.  Absent, 11.                                 House Journal 3/19/02              page 60

           

            Shall the bill be read the third time?

            Yeas, 109.  Nays, 31.  Absent, 9.                                 House Journal 3/19/02              page 61

 

            Shall the bill pass?

            Yeas, 122.  Nays, 16.  Absent, 11.                               House Journal 3/20/02              page 64

 

H. 636  An act relating to birth defect information being included on birth certificates

            Report of the committee on Health and Welfare.

            Yeas, 83.  Nays, 38.  Absent, 28.                                 House Journal 2/20/02              page 33

 

            Motion by Rep. Sheltra of Derby to commit bill to committee on Government Operations

            Yeas, 56.  Nays, 76.  Absent, 17.                                 House Journal 2/21/02              page 34

 

            Shall the bill pass?

            Yeas, 101.  Nays, 33.  Absent, 15.                               House Journal 2/21/02              page 35

 

H. 644  An act relating to clean water and the management of collected stormwater runoff

            Amendment by Rep. Masland of Thetford, making various changes to report of committee on Natural Resources and       Energy.

            Yeas, 57.  Nays, 86.  Absent, 6                                    House Journal 3/13/02              page 48

 

            Report of the committee on Natural Resources and Energy.

            Yeas, 96.  Nays, 46.  Absent, 7                                    House Journal 3/13/02              page 49

 

H. 645  An act relating to medical marijuana

            Shall the House suspend the rules to make a question of limited debate fully debatable?

            Yeas, 125.  Nays, 19.  Absent, 4.                                

            3/4 vote of 109 necc. to suspend rules.                         House Journal 3/14/02              page 51

 

            Motion by Rep. Mullin of Rutland City to commit the bill to committee on Health and Welfare.

            Yeas, 25.  Nays, 118.  Absent, 6                                  House Journal 3/14/02              page 52

 

            Amendment by Rep. Little of Shelburne et al, various changes to report of committee on Judiciary.

            Yeas, 137.  Nays, 3.  Absent, 9.                                   House Journal 3/14/02              page 53

 

            Report of the committee on Judiciary, as amended.

            Yeas, 81.  Nays, 53.  Absent, 15                                  House Journal 3/14/02              page 54

 

            Shall the bill be read the third time?

            Yeas, 77.  Nays, 52.  Absent, 20.                                 House Journal 3/14/02              page 55

 

            Amendment by Reps. Metzger of Milton and Wright of Burlington (as divided), regarding a sunset provision.

            Yeas, 74.  Nays, 69.  Absent, 6                                    House Journal 3/15/02              page 56

 

            Amendment by Rep. Kilmartin of Newport City, regarding conflicts with Chapter 84 of VSA Title 18.

            Yeas, 47.  Nays, 93.  Absent, 9                                    House Journal 3/15/02              page 57

 

            Shall the bill pass?

            Yeas, 82.  Nays, 59.  Absent, 8                                    House Journal 3/15/02              page 58

 

H. 646 An act relating to providing adjustments in the amounts appropriated for the support of government

            Amendment offered by Reps. Quaid of Williston and Mullin of Rutland Town (offered in substitution for amendment             offered by Reps. Hummel of Underhill, Pugh of South Burlington, and Emmons of Springfield) regarding the petroleum         clean-up fund.                          

            Yeas, 87.  Nays, 55.  Absent, 7.                                   House Journal 2/5/02                page 15

 

            Amendment offered by Rep. Metzger of Milton, to an amendment offered by Reps. Paquin of Fairfax and Hooker of         Rutland City, regarding appropriations to developmental and mental health services and to the Vermont housing and             conservation trust fund.            

            Yeas, 41.  Nays, 98.  Absent, 10                                  House Journal 2/5/02                page 16

 

            Amendment offered by Reps. Paquin of Fairfax and Hooker of Rutland City, regarding appropriations to                       developmental and mental health services.                                                        

            Yeas, 65.  Nays, 74.  Absent, 10.                                 House Journal 2/5/02                page 17

 

            Amendment offered by Reps. Deen of Westminster and Jordan of Middlesex, regarding the so-called Champion             Lands.                                     

            Yeas, 56.  Nays, 79.  Absent, 14                                  House Journal 2/5/02                page 18

 

            Amendment by Reps. Zuckerman of Burlington and Seibert of Norwich, regarding fund transfers.

            Yeas, 28.  Nays, 113.  Absent, 8.                                 House Journal 2/6/02                page 19

 

            Amendment by Rep. Hingtgen of Burlington, regarding free stamps for inmates.

            Yeas, 30.  Nays, 107.  Absent, 12.                               House Journal 2/6/02                page 20

 

            Shall the bill pass?                                                                                

            Yeas, 90.  Nays, 51.  Absent, 8.                                   House Journal 2/6/02                page 21

 

            Shall the House adopt the report of the committee of conference?

            Yeas, 132.  Nays, 9.  Absent, 8.                                   House Journal 5/9/02                page 157

 

H. 647  An act relating to repealing the law that allows a minority of the citizens of a municipality to require that a          municipal bylaw may be only amended upon obtaining a two-thirds vote in favor of the amendment

            Shall the bill be read the third time?                  

            Yeas, 136.  Nays, 5.  Absent, 8.                                   House Journal 3/12/02              page 47

 

H. 664  An act relating to neighborhood electric vehicles

            Amendment by Rep. Johnson of Canaan et al, as divided, regarding what roads such vehicles shall be permitted to             travel upon.

            Yeas, 73.  Nays, 62.  Absent, 14.                                 House Journal 3/21/02              page 65

 

            Report of committee on Transportation, as divided (secs. 1,2,3(a)(b)(c), 4, and 5).

            Yeas, 129.  Nays, 1.  Absent, 19.                                 House Journal 3/21/02              page 66

 

            Report of committee on Transportation, as divided (Sec. 3(d)), regarding zero emission vehicle sales requirements.

            Yeas, 92.  Nays, 48.  Absent, 9                                    House Journal 3/21/02              page 67

 

H. 671  An act relating to the employment training grant program

            Amendment by Rep. Donovan of Burlington et al, regarding wages.                                          

            Yeas, 53.  Nays, 87.  Absent, 9.                                   House Journal 2/14/02              page 22

 

            Shall the bill pass?                                                                                                                                            

            Yeas, 130.  Nays, 8.  Absent, 11.                                 House Journal 2/14/02              page 23

 

H. 676  An act relating to an anatomical gift registry

            Report of the committee on Health and Welfare, as amended.

            Yeas, 128.  Nays, 2.  Absent, 19.                                 House Journal 5/2/02                page 153

 

H. 679  An act relating to aggravated cruelty to animals

            Shall the bill be read the third time?

            Yeas, 134.  Nays, 3.  Absent, 12                                  House Journal 3/19/02              page 62

 

H. 716  An act relating to school choice

            Amendment by Rep. Sheltra of Derby, to the report of the committee on Ways and Means, as amended, regarding             parental choice and independent schools.

            Yeas, 39.  Nays, 100.  Absent, 10.                               House Journal 4/16/02              page 106

 

 

            Shall the bill be read the third time?

            Yeas, 70.  Nays, 63.  Absent, 16.                                 House Journal 4/16/02              page 107

 

            Amendment by Rep. George of Middlebury, regarding school choice.

            Yeas, 30.  Nays, 111.  Absent, 8.                                 House Journal 4/17/02              page 114

 

            Amendment by Rep. Scribner of Bristol, regarding with the percentage of pupils in the school choice program.

            Yeas, 43.  Nays, 100.  Absent, 6.                                 House Journal 4/17/02              page 115

 

            Shall the bill pass?

            Yeas, 72.  Nays, 67.  Absent, 10.                                 House Journal 4/17/02              page 116

 

H. 725  An act relating to the preservation of nonprofit hospital service corporations, medical service corporations,              health maintenance organizations, and hospitals

            Shall the bill pass?

            Yeas, 127.  Nays, 7.  Absent, 15.                                 House Journal 3/22/02              page 71

 

H. 728  An act relating to the domestic violence fatality review commission

            Motion by Rep. Hudson of Lyndon to commit the bill to committee on Government Operations.

            Yeas, 37.  Nays, 93.  Absent, 19                                  House Journal 3/15/02              page 59

 

            Shall the bill be read the third time?

            Yeas, 113.  Nays, 25.  Absent, 11.                               House Journal 3/26/02              page 72

 

            Shall the bill pass?

            Yeas, 104. Nays, 32.  Absent, 13.                                House Journal 3/27/02              page 73

 

H. 740  An act relating to a funding formula for the department of tourism and marketing

            Report of the committee on Appropriations.

            Yeas, 101.  Nays, 17.  Absent, 30.                               House Journal 5/14/02              page 161

 

H. 741  An act relating to education funding

            Motion by Rep. Symington of Jericho to order the bill to lie.

            Yeas, 49.  Nays, 79.  Absent, 21.                                 House Journal 4/18/02              page 125

 

            Report of committee on Ways and Means, as amended and divided, regarding a multi-jurisdictional lottery game.

            Yeas, 84.  Nays, 45.  Absent, 20.                                 House Journal 4/18/02              page 126

 

            Report of committee on Ways and Means, as amended and divided, regarding education funding.

            Yeas, 78.  Nays, 51.  Absent, 20.                                 House Journal 4/18/02              page 127

 

            Shall the bill be read the third time?

            Yeas, 73.  Nays, 56.  Absent, 20.                                 House Journal 4/18/02              page 128

 

            Amendment by Rep. Vincent of Waterbury, as divided, regarding education funding.

            Yeas, 49.  Nays, 86.  Absent, 14.                                 House Journal 4/19/02              page 129

 

            Amendment by Rep. Vincent of Waterbury, as divided, regarding privately-raised funds.

            Yeas, 52.  Nays, 87.  Absent, 10.                                 House Journal 4/19/02              page 130

 

            Amendment by Rep. Rusten of Halifax, as divided, regarding a limitation on the use of property taxes as a revenue             source for school finance.

            Yeas, 50.  Nays, 88.  Absent, 11.                                 House Journal 4/19/02              page 131

 

            Amendment by Rep. Symington of Jericho et al, striking certain provisions.

            Yeas, 54.  Nays, 83.  Absent, 12.                                 House Journal 4/19/02              page 132

 

            Amendment by Rep. Marron of Stowe, as divided, regarding spending per pupil.

            Yeas, 80.  Nays, 56.  Absent, 13.                                 House Journal 4/19/02              page133

 

            Shall the bill pass?

            Yeas, 75.  Nays, 61.  Absent, 13.                                 House Journal 4/19/02              page 134

 

H. 749  An act relating to redistricting the House of Representatives

            Amendment by Rep. Grad of Moretown (offered in substitution for amendment by Reps. Webster of Randolph and             Angell of Randolph).                            

            Yeas, 59.  Nays, 84.  Absent, 6.                                   House Journal 2/19/02              page 26

 

            Amendment offered by Rep. Atkins of Winooski et al.                                                  

            Yeas, 53.  Nays, 90.  Absent, 6.                                   House Journal 2/19/02              page 27

 

            Amendment by Rep. Alfano of Calais et al.                                                                  

            Yeas, 59.  Nays, 83.  Absent, 7                                    House Journal 2/19/02              page 28

 

            Amendment by Reps. Masland of Thetford and Seibert of Norwich.                                         

            Yeas, 57.  Nays, 85.  Absent, 7                                    House Journal 2/19/02              page 29

 

            Shall the bill be read the third time?                                          

            Yeas, 88.  Nays, 52.  Absent, 9.                                   House Journal 2/19/02              page 30

 

            Amendment by Reps. Darrow of Newfane and Webster of Brattleboro.                                   

            Yeas, 52.  Nays, 92.  Absent, 5.                                   House Journal 2/20/02              page 31

 

            Shall the bill pass?                                                                    

            Yeas, 90.  Nays, 56.  Absent, 3                                    House Journal 2/20/02              page 32

 

            Shall the House refuse to concur in the Senate proposal of amendment and ask for a committee of conference?

            Yeas, 81.  Nays, 55.  Absent, 13.                                 House Journal 4/12/02              page 104

 

            Shall the House adopt the report of the committee of conference?

            Yeas, 111.  Nays, 34.  Absent, 4.                                 House Journal 5/1/02                page 146

 

H. 750  An act relating to arrest without a warrant

            Motion by Rep. Hooker of Rutland City to recommit the bill to committee on Judiciary.

            Yeas, 41.  Nays, 83.  Absent, 25.                                 House Journal 2/22/02              page  36

 

            Shall the bill be read the third time?

            Yeas, 82.  Nays, 42.  Absent, 25.                                 House Journal 2/22/02              page 37

 

            Amendment by Rep. Nuovo of Middlebury et al (strike-all amendment).

            Yeas, 55.  Nays, 86.  Absent, 8                                    House Journal 2/26/02              page 38

 

H. 753  An act relating to income and estate taxes

            Amendment by Rep. Mann of Leicester (strike-all amendment).

            Yeas, 50.  Nays, 89.  Absent, 10.                                 House Journal 2/28/02              page 40

 

            Amendment by Rep. Smith of New Haven et al.

            Yeas, 59.  Nays, 78.  Absent, 12                                  House Journal 2/28/02              page 41

 

            Shall the bill be read the third time?

            Yeas, 126.  Nays, 11.  Absent, 12                                House Journal 2/28/02              page 42

 

            Amendment by Reps. Hingtgen of Burlington and Pillsbury of Brattleboro.        

            Yeas, 53.  Nays, 82.  Absent, 14                                  House Journal 3/1/03                page 43

 

            Amendment by Rep. Zuckerman of Burlington, regarding rates.

            Yeas, 32.  Nays, 102.  Absent 15                                 House Journal 3/1/02                page 44

 

            Amendment by Rep. Bolduc of Barton et al, regarding tax on estates.

            Yeas, 46.  Nays, 80.  Absent, 23.                                 House Journal 3/1/02                page 45

 

            Shall the bill pass?

            Yeas, 119.  Nays, 12.  Absent, 18                                House Journal 3/1/02                page 46

 

            Shall the House not concur in the Senate proposal of amendment and ask that a committee of conference by                  appointed?

            Yeas, 101.  Nays, 32.  Absent, 16.                               House Journal 5/7/02                page 156

 

            Shall the House adopt the report of the committee of conference?

            Yeas, 94.  Nays, 35.  Absent, 20.                                 House Journal 6/1/02                page 189

 

H. 755  An act relating to oversight and management of the board of medical practice

            Shall the bill be read the third time?

            Yeas, 136.  Nays, 1.  Absent, 12.                                 House Journal 4/12/02              page 101

 

            Amendment by Rep. Flory of Pittsford et al, regarding professional incompetence.

            Yeas, 56.  Nays, 81.  Absent, 12.                                 House Journal 4/16/02              page 105

 

H. 761  An act relating to professional regulation

            Amendment by Rep. Voyer of Morristown, regarding funeral directors.

            Yeas, 81.  Nays, 53. Absent, 15.                                  House Journal 5/31/02              page 184

 

            Amendment by Rep. DePoy of Rutland City et al, regarding tattooing and body piercing.

            Yeas, 32.  Nays, 99.  Absent, 18.                                 House Journal 5/31/02              page 185

 

            Shall the House concur in the Senate proposal of amendment to the House proposal of amendment?  (bill also                         included both the House and Senate reapportionment plans)

            Yeas, 112.  Nays, 18.  Absent, 19.                               House Journal 6/13/02              page 193

 

H. 762  An act relating to domestic relations

            Shall the bill be read the third time?

            Yeas, 63.  Nays, 53.  Absent, 33.                                 House Journal 3/19/02              page 63

 

            Amendment by Rep. Otterman of Topsham, regarding physical responsibility of the child.

            Yeas, 70.  Nays, 60.  Absent,  19                                 House Journal 3/21/02              page 68

 

            Shall the bill pass?

            Yeas, 69.  Nays, 58.  Absent, 22.                                 House Journal 3/21/02              page 69

 

H. 763 An act relating to capital construction, state bonding and the department of corrections

            Amendment by Rep. Larson of Burlington, striking language regarding the so-called Champion Lands.

            Yeas, 51.  Nays, 89.  Absent, 9.                                   House Journal 4/30/02              page 143

 

            Amendment by Rep. Symington of Jericho, striking certain provisions regarding state ownership of land.

            Yeas, 55.  Nays, 76.  Absent, 18.                                 House Journal 4/30/02              page 144

 

            Shall the bill be read the third time?

            Yeas, 81.  Nays, 46.  Absent, 22.                                 House Journal 4/30/02              page 145

 

            Amendment by Reps. Rusten of Halifax and Hube of Londonderry, regarding capital construction costs and how they                  relate to local education spending.

            Yeas, 30.  Nays, 108.  Absent, 11.                               House Journal 5/1/02                page 147

 

            Amendment by Rep. Deen of Westminster and Webster of Brattleboro, regarding wastewater.

            Yeas, 46.  Nays, 90.  Absent, 13.                                 House Journal 5/1/02                page 148

 

            Amendment by Rep. Deen of Westminster, regarding a Champion Lands Oversight Committee.

            Yeas, 47.  Nays, 89.  Absent, 13.                                 House Journal 5/1/02                page 149

 

            Amendment by Rep. Kiss of Burlington, regarding detention and imprisonment of offenders.

            Yeas, 44.  Nays, 88.  Absent, 17.                                 House Journal 5/1/02                page 150

 

            Amendment by Rep. Vincent of Waterbury et al, regarding technical education facilities.

            Yeas, 53.  Nays, 79.  Absent, 17.                                 House Journal 5/1/02                page 151

 

            Shall the bill pass?

            Yeas, 89.  Nays, 39.  Absent, 22.                                 House Journal 5/1/02                page 152

 

            Shall the House not concur in the Senate proposal of amendment and ask that a committee of conference be                  appointed?

            Yeas, 92.  Nays, 47.  Absent, 10.                                 House Journal 5/9/02                page 158

 

H. 764  An act relating to the state’s transportation capital program and project development plan

            Amendment by Rep. Allaire of Rutland City, offered in substitution for amendment offered by committee on        Appropriations, regarding the Lamoille Valley Railroad.

            Yeas, 106.  Nays, 33.  Absent, 10.                               House Journal 4/25/02              page 135

 

            Report of the committee on Appropriations, as amended.

            Yeas, 109.  Nays, 29.  Absent, 11.                               House Journal 4/25/02              page 136

 

            Amendment by Rep. Goodridge of Albany, regarding railbanking.

            Yeas, 18.  Nays, 100.  Absent, 31.                               House Journal 4/26/02              page 139

           

            Amendment by Reps. Vincent of Waterbury and Hummel of Underhill, regarding the Champlain Flyer commuter rail             service.

            Yeas, 57.  Nays, 79.  Absent, 13.                                 House Journal 4/26/02              page 142

 

            Amendment by Rep. Kilmartin of Newport City.

            Yeas, 34.  Nays, 88.  Absent, 27.                                 House Journal 4/26/02              page 140

 

            Amendment by Rep. Webster of Brattleboro, regarding signs.

            Yeas, 55.  Nays, 78.  Absent, 16.                                 House Journal 4/26/02              page 141

 

H. 765  An act relating to Medicaid

            Report of the committee on Ways and Means, regarding tax on tobacco products.

            Yeas, 83.  Nays, 60.  Absent, 6.                                   House Journal 4/17/02              page 108

 

            Amendment by Rep. Hooker of Rutland City et al, regarding tax on tobacco products and medicaid spending.

            Yeas, 58.  Nays, 86.  Absent, 5.                                   House Journal 4/17/02              page 109

 

            Report of the committee on Appropriations, as amended.

            Yeas, 84.  Nays, 60.  Absent, 5.                                   House Journal 4/17/02              page 110

 

            Amendment by Rep. Obuchowski of Rockingham, regarding a multi-jurisdictional lottery game.

            Yeas, 27.  Nays, 115.  Absent, 7.                                 House Journal 4/14/02              page 111

 

            Amendment by Rep. Kiss of Burlington, regarding medicaid and dentures.

            Yeas, 57.  Nays, 86.  Absent, 6.                                   House Journal 4/17/02              page 112

 

            Shall the bill be read the third time?

            Yeas, 80.  Nays, 64.  Absent, 5.                                   House Journal 4/17/02              page 113

 

            Amendment by Rep. Palmer of Pownal, banning the sale of tobacco products.

            Yeas, 14.  Nays, 129.  Absent, 6.                                 House Journal 4/18/02              page 118

 

            Amendment by Rep. Hooker of Rutland City, offered in substitution for an amendment by Rep. Koch of Barre Town, regarding taxation of tobacco products and medicaid spending.

            Yeas, 53.  Nays, 85.  Absent, 11.                                 House Journal 4/18/02              page 119

 

            Amendment by Rep. Pugh of South Burlington, regarding taxation of tobacco products.

            Yeas, 51.  Nays, 87.  Absent, 11.                                 House Journal 4/18/02              page 120

 

            Amendment by Rep. Kiss of Burlington, regarding medicaid spending.

            Yeas, 47.  Nays, 89.  Absent, 13.                                 House Journal 4/18/02              page 121

 

            Amendment by Rep. Hingtgen of Burlington et al, regarding taxation of tobacco products and medicaid spending.

            Yeas, 52.  Nays, 83.  Absent, 14.                                 House Journal 4/18/02              page 122

 

            Amendment by Rep. Westman of Cambridge, to an amendment by Rep. Alfano of Calais et al, regarding creation of a          Vermont Health Access Trust Fund.

            Yeas, 86.  Nays, 48.  Absent, 15.                                 House Journal 4/18/02              page 123

 

            Amendment by Rep. Alfano of Calais, as amended, regarding creation of the Vermont Health Care Plan.

            Yeas, 36.  Nays, 98.  Absent, 15.                                 House Journal 4/18/02              page 124

 

H. 766  An act making appropriations for the support of government

            Motion by Rep. Paquin of Fairfax to suspend rules to make nondebatable question debatable

            Yeas, 63.  Nays, 76.  Absent, 10. 

            3/4 vote of 105 needed to suspend rules                       House Journal 3/27/02              page 74

 

            Motion by Rep. LaBarge of Grand Isle to suspend rules to take up for immediate consideration

            Yeas, 78.  Nays, 60.  Absent, 11.

            3/4 vote of 104 needed to suspend rules.                      House Journal 3/27/02              page 75

 

            Amendment by Rep. Kitzmiller of Montpelier, regarding Governor’s Commission on Women.

            Yeas, 62.  Nays, 79.  Absent, 8.                                   House Journal 3/28/02              page 76

 

            Amendment by Rep. Tracy of Burlington et al, regarding Northeast Legislative Association on Prescription Drug             Pricing.

            Yeas, 135.  Nays, 4.  Absent, 10.                                 House Journal 3/28/02              page 77

 

            Amendment by Reps. Vincent of Waterbury and Hummel of Underhill, regarding the Champlain Flyer commuter train.

            Yeas, 56.  Nays, 84.  Absent, 9.                                   House Journal 3/28/02              page 78

 

            Amendment by Rep. Paquin of Fairfax et al, regarding Medicaid.

            Yeas, 50.  Nays, 85.  Absent, 14.                                 House Journal 3/28/02              page 79

 

            Motion by Rep. Driscoll of Burlington to order the bill to lie.

            Yeas, 48.  Nays, 86.  Absent, 15.                                 House Journal 3/28/02              page 80

 

            Amendment by Rep. Miller of Shaftsbury et al, regarding appropriations for economic development and for adult basic     education.

            Yeas, 52.  Nays, 82.  Absent, 15.                                 House Journal 3/28/02              page 81

 

            Shall the bill be read the third time?

            Yeas, 84.  Nays, 46.  Absent, 19.                                 House Journal 3/28/02              page 82

 

            Amendment by Rep. Zuckerman of Burlington, regarding the circumferential highway in Chittenden County.

            Yeas,  26.  Nays, 107.  Absent, 16.                              House Journal 3/29/02              page 83

 

            Amendment by Rep. Zuckerman of Burlington, regarding appropriations to the Secretary of State.

            Yeas, 35.  Nays, 100.  Absent, 14.                               House Journal 3/28/02              page 84

 

            Amendment by Rep. Maslack of Poultney, regarding establishment of 48 state trooper positions.

            Yeas, 15.  Nays, 120.  Absent, 14.                               House Journal 3/29/02              page 85

 

            Amendment by Reps. Hingtgen of Burlington and Jordan of Middlesex, regarding appropriations to PATH.

            Yeas, 43.  Nays, 92.  Absent, 14.                                 House Journal 3/29/02              page 86

 

            Shall the bill pass?

            Yeas, 90.  Nays, 43.  Absent, 16.                                 House Journal 3/29/02              page 87

 

            Shall the House adopt the report of the committee of conference?

            Yeas, 90.  Nays, 41.  Absent, 18.                                 House Journal 6/6/02                page 191

 

H. 767  An act relating to executive branch fees

            Motion by Rep. Angell of Randolph to suspend the rules to permit consideration of a non-germane amendment.

            Yeas, 57.  Nays, 65.  Absent, 27. 

            3/4 vote of 92 necc. to suspend rules                House Journal 4/25/02              page 137

 

            Amendment by Rep. Keogh of Burlington, regarding fees.

            Yeas, 29.  Nays, 83.  Absent, 37.                                 House Journal 4/26/02              page 138

 

            Shall the House adopt the report of the committee of conference?

            Yeas, 109.  Nays, 22.  Absent, 18.                               House Journal 6/1/02                page 188

 

H. 771  An act relating to miscellaneous tax amendments

            Amendment by Rep. Shaw of Derby, regarding tax on airplane sales.

            Yeas, 78.  Nays, 48.  Absent, 23.                                 House Journal 5/15/02              page 165

 

            Amendment by Rep. Partridge of Windham, as divided, regarding a credit for small business employee insurance.

            Yeas, 23.  Nays, 108.  Absent. 18.                               House Journal 5/15/02              page 166

 

            Shall the House adopt the report of the committee of conference?

            Yeas, 100.  Nays, 30.  Absent, 19.                               House Journal 6/6/02                page 192

 

Senate Bills

 

S. 8  An act relating to benefits for the survivors of firefighters

            Amendment by Rep. Little of Shelburne (offered in substitution for an amendment by Rep. DePoy of Rutland City et             al), regarding definition of “spouse”.

            Yeas, 78.  Nays, 57.  Absent, 14.                                 House Journal 5/23/02              page 168

 

            Amendment by Rep. Little of Shelburne, striking language regarding definition of “spouse”.

            Yeas, 133.  Nays, 1.  Absent, 15.                                 House Journal 5/23/02              page 169

 

S. 27  An act relating to increasing the technologies that may be used in the state for onsite disposal of wastewater

            Amendment by Rep. Johnson of Canaan, as divided, regarding loans to low-income individuals for failed wastewater             systems.

            Yeas, 49.  Nays, 87.  Absent, 13.                                 House Journal 5/30/02              page 171

 

            Report of the committee on Natural Resources and Energy, as amended.

            Yeas, 80.  Nays, 52.  Absent, 17.                                 House Journal 5/30/02              page 172

 

            Shall the bill be read the third time?

            Yeas, 75.  Nays, 58.  Absent, 16.                                 House Journal 5/30/02              page 173

 

            Shall the bill pass in concurrence with proposal of amendment?

            Yeas, 71.  Nays, 63.  Absent, 15.                                 House Journal 5/31/02              page 178

 

            Shall the rules be suspended to message the bill to the Senate forthwith?

            Yeas, 93.  Nays, 45.  Absent, 11.

            3/4 vote of 104 necc. to suspend rules.                         House Journal 5/31/02              page 179

 

            Shall the House suspend the rules to message the bill to the Senate forthwith?

            Yeas, 102. Nays, 35.  Absent, 12.

            3/4 vote of 103 necc. to suspend rules.                         House Journal 5/31/02              page 183

 

            Shall the House suspend the rules to message the bill to the Senate forthwith?

            Yeas, 86.  Nays, 41.  Absent. 22.

            3/4 vote of 96 necc. to suspend rules.                           House Journal 6/1/02                page 187

 

S. 62  An act relating to unwanted telephone solicitations

            Report of the committee on Commerce, as amended.

            Yeas, 63.  Nays, 52.  Absent, 34.                                 House Journal 5/17/02              page 167

 

S. 102  An act relating to equal pay for equal work

            Amendment by Rep. Randall of Bradford.

            Yeas, 4.  Nays, 130.  Absent, 15.                                 House Journal 4/12/02              page 102

 

            Shall the bill be read the third time?

            Yeas, 131.  Nays, 3.   Absent, 15.                                House Journal 4/12/02              page 103

 

S. 138  An act relating to standards for labeling of electricity for resale

            Amendment by Rep. Larocque of Barnet, regarding the Ryegate facility.

            Yeas, 48.  Nays, 61.  Absent, 40.                                 House Journal 5/30/02              page 176

 

            Amendment by Rep. Darrow of Dummerston and Obuchowski of Rockingham, as divided, regarding a sunset               provision and a report to the legislature.                                                

            Yeas, 33.  Nays, 66.  Absent, 50.                                 House Journal 5/30/02              page 177

 

S. 151 An act relating to abandoned motor vehicles

            Shall the House suspend the rules to permit consideration of a non-germane amendment?

            Yeas, 74.  Nays, 63.  Absent, 12.

            3/4 vote of 103 necc. to suspend rules                          House Journal 5/30/02              page 170

 

S. 156  An act relating to breastfeeding

            Shall the bill pass in concurrence with proposal of amendment?

            Yeas, 134.  Nays, 6.  Absent, 9.                                   House Journal 4/18/03              page 117

 

S. 196 An act relating to an employee of a licensee providing alcohol to a person under 21 during a compliance             check

            Amendment by Reps. Palmer of Pownal and Mullin of Rutland Town, regarding tobacco and alcohol compliance             checks.

            Yeas, 81.  Nays, 48.  Absent, 19.                                 House Journal 5/14/02              page 160

 

            Shall the bill pass in concurrence with proposal of amendment?

            Yeas, 81.  Nays, 52.  Absent, 16.                                 House Journal 5/15/02              page 162

 

 

S. 224  An act relating to reports of abuse, neglect and exploitation of elderly and disabled adults

            Shall the House adopt the report of the committee of conference?

            Yeas, 117. Nays, 16.  Absent, 16.                                House Journal 6/1/02                page 186

 

S. 245  An act relating to making it clear that a municipality may use sewer allocation authority to implement its             municipal plan

            Report of the committee on Natural Resources and Energy, as amended.

            Yeas, 91.  Nays, 45.  Absent, 13.                                 House Journal 5/15/02              page 163

 

            Shall the bill be read the third time?

            Yeas, 93.  Nays, 42.  Absent, 14.                                 House Journal 5/15/02              page 164

 

S. 251  An act relating to capital construction, state bonding, and the department of corrections, part II.

            Shall the bill be read the third time?

            Yeas, 124.  Nays, 6.  Absent, 19.                                 House Journal 6/13/02              page 194

 

S. 259  An act relating to transfer of a contract liquor agency

            Report of the committee on General, Housing and Military Affairs, as amended.

            Yeas, 120.  Nays, 12.  Absent, 16.                               House Journal 5/14/02              page 159

 

S. 264  An act relating to promotion of energy efficiency and renewable electric generation

            Motion by Rep. Colvin of Bennington to recommit the bill to the committee on Commerce.

            Yeas, 70.  Nays, 49.  Absent, 30.                                 House Journal 6/1/02                page 190

 

S. 275  An act relating to allowing pedestrian recreational activities on the state-owned parcel of the so-called             Champion Lands, and requiring Legislative approval of any management plan concerning those lands

            Amendment by Rep. Fisher of Lincoln, striking “clarify and enforce” and inserting in lieu thereof “change”.

            Yeas, 43.  Nays, 99.  Absent, 7.                                   House Journal 4/3/02                page 90

 

            Amendment by Rep. Milkey of Brattleboro, striking certain language.

            Yeas, 50.  Nays, 92.  Absent, 7.                                   House Journal 4/3/02                page 91

 

            Amendment by Rep. Deen of Westminster, striking certain language.

            Yeas, 49.  Nays, 91.  Absent, 9.                                   House Journal 4/3/02                page 92

 

            Report of committee on Natural Resources and Energy, as divided (Secs. 1 and 2(a)(b)(c)).

            Yeas, 88.  Nays, 50.  Absent, 11.                                 House Journal 4/3/02                page 93

 

            Report of committee on Natural Resources and Energy, as divided (Sec. 2(d)).

            Yeas, 88.  Nays, 49.  Absent, 12.                                 House Journal 4/3/02                page 94

 

            Report of committee on Natural Resources and Energy, as divided (secs. 3 and 4).

            Yeas, 83.  Nays, 49.  Absent, 17.                                 House Journal 4/3/02                page 95

 

            Shall the bill be read the third time?

            Yeas, 84.  Nays, 46.  Absent, 19.                                 House Journal 4/3/02                page 96

 

            Amendment by Rep. Driscoll of Burlington, as divided, regarding wildlife management.

            Yeas, 21.  Nays, 115.  Absent, 13.                               House Journal 4/4/02                page 98

 

            Shall the bill pass in concurrence with proposal of amendment?

            Yeas, 90.  Nays, 47.  Absent, 12.                                 House Journal 4/4/02                page 99

 

S. 300  An act relating to redistricting the Vermont Senate

            Amendment by Rep. Jordan of Middlesex et al, regarding Washington County house districts.

            Yeas, 38.  Nays, 87.  Absent, 24.                                 House Journal 5/30/02              page 174

 

            Report of the committee on Government Operations.

            Yeas, 98.  Nays, 29.  Absent, 22.                                 House Journal 5/30/02              page 175

 

            Amendment by Rep. Hingtgen of Burlington et al, regarding the Chittenden County Senate district.

            Yeas, 56.  Nays, 84.  Absent, 9.                                   House Journal 5/31/02              page 180

 

            Shall the bill pass in concurrence with proposal of amendment?

            Yeas, 93.  Nays, 48.  Absent, 8.                                   House Journal 5/31/02              page 181

 

            Shall the House suspend the rules to message the bill to the Senate forthwith?

            Yeas, 82.  Nays, 56.  Absent, 11.

            3/4 vote of 104 necc. to suspend rules.                         House Journal 5/31/02              page 182

 

Resolutions

J.R.H. 176      Joint resolution urging the Agency of Natural Resources not to establish the proposed ecological                         core in the West Mountain Management Area

            Rep. Driscoll motion to commit the resolution to committee on Fish, Wildlife and Water Resources.

            Yeas, 53.  Nays, 90.  Absent, 6                                    House Journal 1/17/02              page 2

 

            Amendment offered by Rep. Deen of Westminster (strike-all amendment).

            Yeas, 33.  Nays, 110.  Absent, 6                                  House Journal 1/17/02              page 3

 

            Amendment offered by Rep. Symington of Jericho (strike-all amendment).

            Yeas, 2.  Nays, 137.  Absent, 10                                  House Journal 1/17/02              page 4

 

            Shall the resolution be adopted?

            Yeas, 89.  Nays, 49.  Absent, 11                                  House Journal 1/17/02              page 5

 

J.R.H. 235      Joint resolution urging the United States Congress to reauthorize the Northeast Interstate Dairy                         Compact

            Shall the resolution be adopted?

            Yeas, 131.  Nays, 2.  Absent, 16                                  House Journal 3/22/02              page 70

            Shall the House concur in the Senate proposal of amendment?

            Yeas, 138.  Nays, 4.  Absent, 7.                                   House Journal 4/11/02              page 100

 

J.R.S. 9           Joint resolution in opposition to the desecration of the United States Flag

            Shall the House adopt the report of the committee of conference?

            Yeas, 113.  Nays, 23.  Absent, 13                                House Journal 1/10/02              page 1

 

J.R.S. 90         Joint resolution strongly urging that every Vermont public school provide the opportunity for all                         students to recite the pledge of allegiance to the American flag at the beginning of each school day

            Shall the resolution be read a third time?                                                                                   

            Yeas, 113.  Nays, 24.  Absent, 12                                House Journal 1/24/02              page 10

 

J.R.S. 96         Joint resolution relating to establishing a procedure for the conduct of elections by plurality vote by                                the General Assembly 2002.

            Shall the resolution be adopted?                                                                                   

            Yeas, 115.  Nays, 18.  Absent, 16.                               House Journal 1/29/02              page 11

 

H.R. 33           House resolution commemorating the 29th anniversary of the United States Supreme Court decision                       in Roe v. Wade

            Motion by Rep. Stevens of Essex to commit the resolution to the committee on Health and Welfare.

            Yeas, 62.  Nays, 69.  Absent, 18                                  House Journal 1/23/02              page 6

 

            Amendment offered by Rep. Donovan of Burlington, to an amendment offered by Reps. DePoy of Rutland City and             Wright of Burlington, striking certain language.                                      

            Yeas, 102.  Nays, 28.  Absent, 23.                               House Journal 1/23/02              page 7

 

            Amendment offered by Reps. DePoy of Rutland City and Wright of Burlington, as amended.    

            Yeas, 60.  Nays, 69.  Absent, 20.                                 House Journal 1/23/02              page 8

 

            Shall the resolution be adopted?                                                                                               

            Yeas, 78.  Nays, 53.  Absent, 19.                                 House Journal 1/23/02              page 9

H.R. 51           House resolution extending best wishes for a speedy recovery to our esteemed Clerk of the House,                        Donald G. Milne

            Shall the House adopt the resolution?

            Yeas, 128.  Nays, 0.  Absent, 21.                                 House Journal 5/7/02                page 154

Proposals to Amend the Vermont Constitution

Constitutional Proposal #4; regarding retirement age of Judges

            Shall the proposal be adopted?

            Yeas, 125.  Nays, 7.  Absent, 17.                                 House Journal 4/4/02                page 97

Appendix

 

Vote explanations (at back of book)