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Senate Calendar

tuesday, march 13, 2007

70th DAY OF BIENNIAL SESSION

TABLE OF CONTENTS

                                                                                                                Page No.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS OF MARCH 1, 2007

Committee Bill for Second Reading

S. 128     Eliminating certain sunsets on forensic examinations at designated hospitals                  180

UNFINISHED BUSINESS OF MARCH 2, 2007

S. 116     Miscellaneous election law amendments............................................ 180

                              Pending Question:  Shall the bill pass?

NEW BUSINESS

Committee Bill for Second Reading

S. 167     Voter registration.............................................................................. 180

                              Government Operations Committee




 

ORDERS OF THE DAY

ACTION CALENDAR

UNFINISHED BUSINESS OF MARCH 1, 2007

Committee Bill for Second Reading

S. 128

An act relating to eliminating certain sunsets on forensic examinations at designated hospitals.

By the Committee on Health and Welfare.

(Sen. Racine for the Committee)

UNFINISHED BUSINESS OF MARCH 2, 2007

S. 116

An act relating to miscellaneous election law amendments.

PENDING QUESTION:  Shall the bill pass?

NEW BUSINESS

Committee Bill for Second Reading

S. 167

An act relating to voter registration.

By the Committee on Government Operations.

(Sen. Flanagan for the Committee)

ORDERED TO LIE

S. 27

An act relating to increasing the minimum tip wage.

PENDING ACTION:  Shall the bill be read the third time?

(For text of the Report of the Committee on Economic Development, Housing and General Affairs, see Senate Calendar for March 1, 2007, page 161.)


CONFIRMATIONS

The following appointments will be considered by the Senate, as a group, under suspension of the Rules, as moved by the President pro tempore, for confirmation together and without debate, by consent thereby given by the Senate.  However, upon request of any senator, any appointment may be singled out and acted upon separately by the Senate, with consideration given to the report of the Committee to which the appointment was referred, and with full debate; and further, all appointments for the positions of Secretaries of Agencies, Commissioners of Departments, Judges, Magistrates, and members of the Public Service Board shall be fully and separately acted upon.

Robert Britt of South Burlington - Member of the Vermont Economic Development Authority - By Sen. Condos for the Committee on Finance.  (1/25)

David E. L. Brown of Shelburne - Member of the Board of Libraries - By Sen. Giard for the Committee on Education.  (1/31)

John Rosenthal of Charlotte - Member of the Board of Libraries - By Sen. Doyle for the Committee on Education.  (1/31)

Kenneth Gibbons of Hyde Park - Member of the Vermont Educational and Health Buildings Finance Agency - By Sen. McCormack for the Committee on Finance.  (2/2)

David R. Coates of Colchester - Member of the Municipal Bond Bank - By Sen. Condos for the Committee on Finance.  (2/21)

Paul. Beaulieu of Manchester Center - Member of the Vermont Housing Finance Agency - By Sen. Maynard for the Committee on Finance.  (2/21)

Robert D. Hofmann of Waterbury – Commissioner of the Department of Corrections – By Sen. Scott for the Committee on Institutions.  (2/23)

Michael K. Smith of Essex Junction - Secretary of the Agency of Administration - By Sen. Doyle for the Committee on Government Operations.  (3/1)

Susan Davis of Shelburne - Member of the Travel Information Council - By Sen. Mazza for the Committee on Transportation.  (3/13)

Neale F. Lunderville of Burlington - Secretary of the Agency of Transportation - By Sen. Shumlin for the Committee on Transportation.  (3/13)

Neale F. Lunderville of Burlington - Secretary of the Agency of Transportation - By Sen. Shumlin for the Committee on Transportation.  (3/13)

Jireh Billings of Bridgewater - Member of the Capitol Complex Commission - By Sen. Campbell for the Committee on Institutions.  (3/14)


REPORTS ON FILE

Pursuant to the provisions of 2 V.S.A. §20(c), one (1) copy of the following reports is on file in the office of the Secretary of the Senate:

     112.  Weighting for Secondary and Elementary Students 2007 Report on Act 182, Section 20(a).  (Department of Education, Finance Division)  (February 2007).

     113.  CHANGE - The Implementation of Act 114 at the Vermont State Hospital Report.  (Agency of Human Services, Department of Health, Division of Mental Health)  (February 2007).

     114.  Aquatic Nuisance Sticker Program Legislative Report.  (Agency of Natural Resources, Department of Environmental Conservation)  (February 2007).

     115.  Environmental Contingency Fund Status Report for fiscal year 2006.  (Department of Environmental Conservation)  (February 2007).

     116.  Human Rights Commission Annual Report.  (February 2007).

     117.  Equipment Revolving Fund Report.  (Agency of Administration)  (February 2007).

     118.  Vermont Lottery Annual Report Fiscal Year 2006.  (March 2007).

 



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