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Journal of the House

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FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 2008

At nine o'clock and thirty minutes in the forenoon the Speaker called the House to order.

Devotional Exercises

Devotional exercises were conducted by Reverend Craig Thompson of First Baptist Church, Barre, VT.

Pages Honored

In appreciation of their many services to the members of the General Assembly, the Speaker recognized the following named Pages who are completing their service today and presented them with commemorative pins:

                                         Callie-Rae Cashin of Westmore

                                         Eliza Dorney of Richmond

                                         Kaylie-Ann Flannigan of Castleton

                                         Whitney Furnholm of New Haven

                                         Sam Hensel-Hunter of Cavendish

                                         Nicholas Johnson of Middlesex

                                         Emma Mae Masi of Wolcott

                                         Gab Sheir of Montpelier

                                         Kate Stevens of Waterbury

                                         Monica Wentz of Stowe

Senate Bill Referred

S. 201

Senate bill, entitled

An act relating to state employee whistleblower protection;

Was taken up, read the first time and referred to the committee on Government Operations.

Joint Resolution Placed on Calendar

The Speaker placed before the House the following resolution which was read and in the Speaker’s discretion, placed on the Calendar for action tomorrow under Rule 52.

     J.R.S. 60

     By Senators Starr, Ayer, Bartlett, Campbell, Carris, Collins, Condos, Coppenrath, Cummings, Doyle, Flanagan, Giard, Hartwell, Illuzzi, Kitchel, Kittell, Lyons, MacDonald, Maynard, Mazza, McCormack, Miller, Mullin, Nitka, Racine, Scott, Sears, Shumlin, Snelling and White,

  Joint resolution requesting the Attorney General of Vermont to initiate legal action on behalf of the state and its citizens to seek reimbursement for the costs of illegal price-fixing, price-gouging, and conspiracy to restrain trade in retail gasoline and diesel fuel.

Whereas, all major international oil companies doing business in the state have reported record profits in the last several years; and many of them, such as  ExxonMobil, are among the most profitable companies in the world and  certainly the most profitable, publicly-traded companies in the United States, and

Whereas, the retail prices of gasoline, heating oil and diesel fuel constitute an economic emergency of the first order for the state and the people, demanding a decisive and immediate response from state and federal officials, and

Whereas, higher gasoline and fuel prices have extracted enormous costs on the state and its economy and have caused deep financial hardship for all Vermonters, and

Whereas, Vermont is a rural state with minimal public transportation, requiring thousands of individuals to drive their cars to work daily; Vermont’s economy is heavily reliant on automotive tourism and other recreation‑related activities; Vermont’s farmers are dependent on gasoline and diesel fuel to operate tractors, combines, trucks and other equipment necessary to sustain their livelihood; and home heating fuel costs are causing many Vermont  families to reduce other essentials, including food and health care, and

Whereas, the combination of record high prices and corporate profitability in combination with apparent market concentration at all levels of the industry must be investigated to determine if oil companies are engaging in illegal price-gouging, price-fixing, or other anti-competitive activities, now therefore be it

Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives:

That the General Assembly strongly recommends that the Attorney General of the State of Vermont take aggressive and immediate steps to initiate an investigation of probable illegal and anti-competitive activities by oil companies in violation of the laws of this State and the United States, and be it further

Resolved:  That the Attorney General of the State of Vermont initiate appropriate legal action on behalf of the state and its citizens, seeking reimbursement to the state and the people of the costs of illegal price-fixing, price-gouging, and conspiracy to restrain trade in retail gasoline and diesel fuel, and be it further

Resolved:  That the Attorney General of the State of Vermont seek the participation of the attorneys general of other states to join with Vermont in this investigation and legal action to recover the costs on behalf of their states and citizens, and be it further

Resolved: That the Secretary of State is directed to send a copy of this resolution to the Attorney General of Vermont and to the Vermont Congressional delegation.

 

Joint Resolution Adopted in Concurrence

J.R.S. 61

Joint resolution, entitled

Joint resolution relating to weekend adjournment;

     By Senator Shumlin,

Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives:

That when the two Houses adjourn on Friday, April 4, 2008, it be to meet again no later than Tuesday, April 8, 2008.

Was taken up read and adopted in concurrence.

House Resolution Amended and Adopted

H.R. 32

House resolution, entitled;

House resolution in support of the creation of a veterans’ transitional housing facility in central Vermont

Was taken up.

Thereupon, Rep. McDonald of Berlin moved to amend the resolution as follows:

     In the seventh Whereas clause, by striking the phrase “Barre or Montpelier” and inserting in lieu thereof “central Vermont”

Which was agreed to.

Pending the question, Shall the resolution be adopted? Rep. Marek of Newfane demanded the Yeas and Nays, which demand was sustained by the Constitutional number.  The Clerk proceeded to call the roll and the question, Shall the resolution be adopted?  was decided in the affirmative.  Yeas, 134.  Nays, 0.

Those who voted in the affirmative are:


Acinapura of Brandon

Adams of Hartland

Ainsworth of Royalton

Allard of St. Albans Town

Ancel of Calais

Anderson of Montpelier

Andrews of Rutland City

Atkins of Winooski

Audette of S. Burlington

Baker of West Rutland

Barnard of Richmond

Bissonnette of Winooski

Bostic of St. Johnsbury

Botzow of Pownal

Bray of New Haven

Brennan of Colchester

Browning of Arlington

Canfield of Fair Haven

Chen of Mendon

Cheney of Norwich

Clarkson of Woodstock

Clerkin of Hartford

Condon of Colchester

Consejo of Sheldon

Copeland-Hanzas of Bradford

Corcoran of Bennington

Courcelle of Rutland City

Crawford of Burke

Davis of Washington

Devereux of Mount Holly

Donaghy of Poultney

Donahue of Northfield

Dostis of Waterbury

Edwards of Brattleboro

Emmons of Springfield

Errecart of Shelburne

Evans of Essex

Fisher of Lincoln

Fitzgerald of St. Albans City

Flory of Pittsford

French of Randolph

Gervais of Enosburg

Gilbert of Fairfax

Godin of Milton

Grad of Moretown

Haas of Rochester

Head of S. Burlington

Heath of Westford

Helm of Castleton

Howard of Rutland City

Howrigan of Fairfield

Hube of Londonderry

Hutchinson of Randolph

Jerman of Essex

Jewett of Ripton

Johnson of South Hero

Keenan of St. Albans City

Keogh of Burlington

Kilmartin of Newport City

Kitzmiller of Montpelier

Klein of East Montpelier

Koch of Barre Town

Komline of Dorset

Krawczyk of Bennington

Kupersmith of S. Burlington

Larocque of Barnet

Larrabee of Danville

Larson of Burlington

Lawrence of Lyndon

Lenes of Shelburne

Leriche of Hardwick

Lewis of Derby

Lippert of Hinesburg

Livingston of Manchester

Lorber of Burlington

Maier of Middlebury

Malcolm of Pawlet

Manwaring of Wilmington

Marcotte of Coventry

Marek of Newfane

Martin, C. of Springfield

Martin of Wolcott

Masland of Thetford

McAllister of Highgate

McCormack of Rutland City

McCullough of Williston

McDonald of Berlin

McFaun of Barre Town

McNeil of Rutland Town

Minter of Waterbury

Mitchell of Barnard

Monti of Barre City

Mook of Bennington

Moran of Wardsboro

Morley of Barton

Morrissey of Bennington

Mrowicki of Putney

Myers of Essex

Nease of Johnson

Nuovo of Middlebury

Obuchowski of Rockingham

O'Donnell of Vernon

Ojibway of Hartford

Orr of Charlotte

Otterman of Topsham

Oxholm of Vergennes

Partridge of Windham

Pearson of Burlington

Peaslee of Guildhall

Pellett of Chester

Peltz of Woodbury

Perry of Richford

Peterson of Williston

Pillsbury of Brattleboro

Potter of Clarendon

Pugh of S. Burlington

Randall of Troy

Rodgers of Glover

Scheuermann of Stowe

Shand of Weathersfield

Sharpe of Bristol

Smith of Morristown

Spengler of Colchester

Stevens of Shoreham

Sweaney of Windsor

Trombley of Grand Isle

Valliere of Barre City

Westman of Cambridge

Weston of Burlington

Wheeler of Derby

Winters of Williamstown

Wright of Burlington

Zenie of Colchester

Zuckerman of Burlington


Those who voted in the negative are:


None


Those members absent with leave of the House and not voting are:


Aswad of Burlington

Branagan of Georgia

Clark of Vergennes

Deen of Westminster

Donovan of Burlington

Fallar of Tinmouth

Frank of Underhill

Grenier of St. Johnsbury

Hosford of Waitsfield

Hunt of Essex

Johnson of Canaan

LaVoie of Swanton

Milkey of Brattleboro

Miller of Shaftsbury

Turner of Milton


 

     Rep. Morrissey of Bennington explained her vote as follows:

“Madam Speaker:

     I support HR 32 as it supports the creation of a Veterans’ housing facility for our homeless veterans, to serve those who have served us so proudly.

     Wording on a piece of paper is cheap.  We had an opportunity to truly support our homeless veterans through this initiative by putting our money where our mouth is during this week’s budget discussion, and failed to do so!”.

     Rep. O’Donnell of Vernon explained her vote as follows:

“Madam Speaker:

     If we supported our military unconditionally we wouldn’t  need roll call votes.  Some things shouldn’t be political.”

Third Reading; Bill Passed in Concurrence

With Proposal of Amendment

S. 45

Senate bill, entitled

An act relating to the right to attend town meeting;

Was taken up, read the third time and passed in concurrence with proposal of amendment.

 

Third Reading; Joint Resolution Adopted

J.R.H. 55

Joint resolution, entitled

Joint resolution requesting the public service department to adopt a revised state energy plan with new implementation recommendations in accordance with 30  V.S.A. § 202(c);

Was taken up, read the third time and adopted on the part of the House.

Senate Proposal of Amendment Concurred in

J.R.H. 44

     The Senate proposed to the House to amend Joint resolution, entitled

     Joint resolution approving the Vermont information technology leaders’ (VITL) health information technology plan as required by 22  V.S.A. § 903(g);

By striking the resolution in its entirety and inserting in lieu thereof the following:

Whereas, the Vermont Information Technology Leaders, Inc. (VITL) is a nonprofit, public-private partnership incorporated in Vermont, and

Whereas, VITL is an integral part of the development of health information technology in this state, and

Whereas, VITL has developed the Vermont health information technology plan pursuant to 22 V.S.A. § 903(b) and (c), and

Whereas, the Vermont health information technology plan outlines a vision for health information technology in Vermont that identifies key stakeholders, strategies, and objectives; provides standards for health information exchange that include the promotion of privacy and security; presents an overview of the technology architecture; and details the funding and governance of health information technology in this state, and

Whereas, the “Standards for Privacy of Individually Identifiable Health Information” established under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) and contained in 45 C.F.R., Parts 160 and 164, provide protections for the privacy of individually identifiable health information maintained or transmitted in connection with certain administrative and financial transactions, and

Whereas, the provisions of Vermont’s patients’ privilege statute in 12 V.S.A. § 1612, the mental health protections found in 18 V.S.A. § 7103, and the guidelines for privacy and security standards and protocols in 22 V.S.A. § 903(f) provide Vermonters with additional rights and protections regarding disclosure of their personal health information, and

Whereas, 22 V.S.A. § 903(g) allows the Vermont health information technology plan, upon recommendation of the commissioner of information and innovation and approval by the general assembly, to serve as the framework within which the commissioner reviews certificate of need applications for information technology, now therefore be it

Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives:

That the General Assembly approves the Vermont health information technology plan, as submitted by VITL, to be implemented using HIPAA, 12 V.S.A. § 1612, 18 V.S.A. § 7103, and 22 V.S.A. § 903(f) as the minimum standards for the privacy and security of health information, and be it further

Resolved:  That VITL be directed to continue to update the health information technology plan to include state and national privacy and security policies and procedures as they become available to reflect industry best practices, and be it further

Resolved:  That VITL be directed to update by January 1, 2009 the interoperability standards in the health information technology plan to reflect nationally accepted industry best practices relating to the exchange of data, and be it further

Resolved:  That the secretary of state be directed to send a copy of this resolution to the Vermont Information Technology Leaders, Inc.

     Which proposal of amendment was considered and concurred in.

Third Reading; Bill Passed

H. 545

House bill, entitled

An act relating to the agency of human services;

Was taken up, read the third time and passed.

Bill Amended, Consideration Interrupted by Recess

H. 889

House bill, entitled

An act relating to the states’ transportation program;

Was taken up and pending third reading of the bill, Rep. Perry of Richford moved to amend the bill as follows:

     By adding a new Sec. 52 to read as follows:

* * * Missisquoi Valley Rail Trail * * *

Sec. 52.  MISSISQUOI VALLEY RAIL TRAIL

The agency shall report to the house and senate committees on transportation by January 15,2009 on a funding and management plan for the Missisquoi Valley rail trail.

and by renumbering the remaining Sec. to be numerically correct

Which was agreed to.

Pending third reading of the bill, Rep. Koch of Barre Town moved to amend the bill as follows:

     On page 27, in Sec. 21 (Life Cycle Funding Study), in subsection (b), by striking the last sentence and inserting in lieu thereof the following:  “This committee shall meet on or before October 10, 2008 to review the report and, for the purpose of advising the governor during the budget-preparation process, shall make such recommendations to the governor as the committee may deem appropriate regarding funding options for such programs.

Pending the question, Shall the House amend the bill as recommended by Rep. Koch of Barre Town? Rep. Westman of Cambridge demanded the Yeas and Nays, which demand was sustained by the Constitutional number. 

Pending the call of the roll the Speaker declared a recess.

Recess

At ten o’clock and fifty-five minutes in the forenoon, the Speaker declared a recess until the fall of the gavel.

At eleven o’clock and thirty-five minutes in the forenoon, the Speaker called the House to order.

Consideration Resumed; Bill Amended;

Read the Third Time and Passed

H. 889

Consideration resumed on House bill, entitled

An act relating to the states’ transportation program;

 

 

Thereupon, the Clerk proceeded to call the roll and the question, Shall the House amend the bill as recommended by Rep. Koch of Barre Town? was decided in the affirmative.  Yeas, 134.  Nays, 0.

 

Those who voted in the affirmative are:


Acinapura of Brandon

Adams of Hartland

Ainsworth of Royalton

Allard of St. Albans Town

Ancel of Calais

Anderson of Montpelier

Andrews of Rutland City

Atkins of Winooski

Audette of S. Burlington

Baker of West Rutland

Barnard of Richmond

Bissonnette of Winooski

Bostic of St. Johnsbury

Botzow of Pownal

Bray of New Haven

Brennan of Colchester

Browning of Arlington

Canfield of Fair Haven

Chen of Mendon

Cheney of Norwich

Clarkson of Woodstock

Clerkin of Hartford

Condon of Colchester

Consejo of Sheldon

Corcoran of Bennington

Courcelle of Rutland City

Crawford of Burke

Davis of Washington

Devereux of Mount Holly

Donaghy of Poultney

Donahue of Northfield

Dostis of Waterbury

Edwards of Brattleboro

Emmons of Springfield

Errecart of Shelburne

Evans of Essex

Fisher of Lincoln

Fitzgerald of St. Albans City

Flory of Pittsford

French of Randolph

Gervais of Enosburg

Gilbert of Fairfax

Godin of Milton

Grad of Moretown

Haas of Rochester

Head of S. Burlington

Heath of Westford

Helm of Castleton

Howard of Rutland City

Howrigan of Fairfield

Hube of Londonderry

Hutchinson of Randolph

Jerman of Essex

Jewett of Ripton

Johnson of South Hero

Keenan of St. Albans City

Keogh of Burlington

Kitzmiller of Montpelier

Klein of East Montpelier

Koch of Barre Town

Komline of Dorset

Krawczyk of Bennington

Kupersmith of S. Burlington

Larocque of Barnet

Larrabee of Danville

Larson of Burlington

Lawrence of Lyndon

Lenes of Shelburne

Leriche of Hardwick

Lewis of Derby

Lippert of Hinesburg

Livingston of Manchester

Lorber of Burlington

Maier of Middlebury

Malcolm of Pawlet

Manwaring of Wilmington

Marcotte of Coventry

Marek of Newfane

Martin, C. of Springfield

Martin of Wolcott

Masland of Thetford

McAllister of Highgate

McCormack of Rutland City

McCullough of Williston

McDonald of Berlin

McFaun of Barre Town

McNeil of Rutland Town

Miller of Shaftsbury

Minter of Waterbury

Mitchell of Barnard

Monti of Barre City

Mook of Bennington

Moran of Wardsboro

Morley of Barton

Morrissey of Bennington

Mrowicki of Putney

Myers of Essex

Nease of Johnson

Nuovo of Middlebury

Obuchowski of Rockingham

O'Donnell of Vernon

Ojibway of Hartford

Orr of Charlotte

Otterman of Topsham

Oxholm of Vergennes

Partridge of Windham

Pearson of Burlington

Peaslee of Guildhall

Pellett of Chester

Peltz of Woodbury

Perry of Richford

Peterson of Williston

Pillsbury of Brattleboro

Potter of Clarendon

Pugh of S. Burlington

Randall of Troy

Rodgers of Glover

Scheuermann of Stowe

Shand of Weathersfield

Sharpe of Bristol

Smith of Morristown

Spengler of Colchester

Stevens of Shoreham

Sweaney of Windsor

Trombley of Grand Isle

Turner of Milton

Valliere of Barre City

Westman of Cambridge

Weston of Burlington

Wheeler of Derby

Winters of Williamstown

Wright of Burlington

Zenie of Colchester

Zuckerman of Burlington


Those who voted in the negative are:


None.


Those members absent with leave of the House and not voting are:


Aswad of Burlington

Branagan of Georgia

Clark of Vergennes

Copeland-Hanzas of Bradford

Deen of Westminster

Donovan of Burlington

Fallar of Tinmouth

Frank of Underhill

Grenier of St. Johnsbury

Hosford of Waitsfield

Hunt of Essex

Johnson of Canaan

Kilmartin of Newport City

LaVoie of Swanton

Milkey of Brattleboro


 

     Rep. Brennan of Colchester explained his vote as follows:

“Madam Speaker:

     This amendment will serve to send a strong and firm, yet respectful, message to leadership which will serve to highlight the desperate demand to explore bonding which will start us on a path to transportation recovery.”

     Rep. Koch of Barre Town explained his vote as follows:

“Madam Speaker:

     In offering this amendment, my concern is strictly to maintain the appropriate constitutional separation of powers, and in no way is it intended to mitigate the committee’s intent to generate a discussion of the need for additional revenues to support our transportation infrastructure.”

     Rep. Minter of Waterbury explained her vote as follows:

“Madam Speaker:

     I support this amendment in order to send a strong message that this body stands united today, across party and throughout all regions of the state that we must not continue to get further and further behind in transportation but must take real action to fix our crumbling roads and bridges and not leave this crisis to future generations.”

     Rep. Nease of Johnson explained his vote as follows:

“Madam Speaker:

     The purpose of this section of the transportation bill is to hold this administration accountable.  Slogans and sound bites are like thin overlays and hot mix in potholes. They might be ok in the short run, but they can not take the place of a competent  long-term plan.”

     Rep. Pearson of Burlington explained his vote as follows:

“Madam Speaker:

     I vote yes with significant disappointment.  Time and time again, all 150 of us are pushed into a box by one man in the state government who never hesitates to make us look bad.  Today we took the teeth out of an opportunity to hang our hats on responsible public policy that happens to have a nice push back.”

          Rep. Westman of Cambridge explained his vote as follows:

“Madam Speaker:

     Our roads need work, that is clear.  No to this or that funding source isn’t good enough anymore.  We need to begin to develop real solutions.  This is about our future.”

     Pending third reading of the bill, Rep. Corcoran of Bennington moved to amend the bill as follows:

     In Sec. 5 by adding a new subdivision (2) to read as follows:

(2)  Contingent upon receiving federal funds for passage of a primary enforced safety belt law, or upon satisfaction of federal requirements regarding average safety belt usage, authorized spending for the HSIP projects is increased by up to $2,700,000.00, or such lesser amount as may actually become available to the state.  The agency is authorized to spend up to 100 percent of the federal funds awarded in the high risk rural roads program within the HSIP program for municipal highways, and shall expend at least 45 percent of such amount for the municipal highways.  Any remaining funds shall be spent within the HSIP program.  The agency shall report to the house and senate committees on transportation by January 15, 2009 on the specific allocation of the amounts received.

     Which was agreed to.

     Thereupon, the bill was read the third time and passed.

Message from the Senate No. 49

     A message was received from the Senate by Mr. Marshall, its Assistant Secretary, as follows:

Madam Speaker:

I am directed to inform the House that the Senate has considered bills originating in the House of the following titles:

H. 338.  An act relating to state purchasing of apparel, footwear, or textiles.

H. 403.  An act relating to postretirement cost of living adjustments for state employees.

And has passed the same in concurrence with proposals of amendment in the adoption of which the concurrence of the House is requested.

The Senate has considered a bill originating in the House of the following title:

H. 880.  An act relating to the Vermont pension investment committee.

And has passed the same in concurrence.

     The Senate has on its part adopted Senate concurrent resolutions of the following titles:

S.C.R. 39.  Senate concurrent resolution in memory of former Legislative Council operations’ manager Dulcina Goulette-Sabourin.

S.C.R. 40.  Senate concurrent resolution congratulating the 2008 Rutland High School Raiders girls’ alpine skiing championship team.

     S.C.R. 41.  Senate concurrent resolution congratulating the 2008 Rutland High School Raiders boys’ and girls’ champion snowboarders.

     The Senate has on its part adopted concurrent resolutions originating in the House of the following` titles:

     H.C.R. 255.  House concurrent resolution congratulating the South Royalton Women’s Club on the 100th anniversary of its membership in the State Federation of Women’s Clubs.

     H.C.R. 256.  House concurrent resolution recognizing the role of registered nurses in the delivery of health care in Vermont.

     H.C.R. 257.  House concurrent resolution congratulating the Gaines Farm on its receipt of a 2008 Vermont Centennial Business Award.

     H.C.R. 258.  House concurrent resolution congratulating the Brattleboro Reformer on its receipt of a 2008 Vermont Centennial Business Award.

     H.C.R. 259.  House concurrent resolution congratulating the 2008 Essex High School Hornets championship gymnastics team.

     H.C.R. 260.  House concurrent resolution in memory of Violet Coffin of Stratford.

     H.C.R. 261.  House concurrent resolution in memory of the American military personnel who have died in the service of their nation in Iraq from December 20, 2007 through March 27, 2008.

     H.C.R. 262.  House concurrent resolution congratulating the Middlebury Inn on its receipt of a 2008 Vermont Centennial Business Award.

     H.C.R. 263.  House concurrent resolution congratulating Chipman Point on its receipt of a 2008 Vermont Centennial Business Award.

     H.C.R. 264.  House concurrent resolution congratulating The Palms Restaurant on its receipt of a 2008 Vermont Centennial Business Award.

Adjournment

At eleven o’clock  and fifty-five minutes in the forenoon, on motion of Rep. Komline of Dorset, the House adjourned until Tuesday, April 8, 2008, at ten o’clock in the forenoon, pursuant to the provisions of J.R.S. 61.

Concurrent Resolutions Adopted

     The following concurrent resolutions, having been placed on the Consent Calendar on the preceding legislative day, and no member having requested floor consideration  as provided by the Joint Rules of the Senate and House of Representatives, are hereby adopted in concurrence.

H.C.R. 255

House concurrent resolution congratulating the South Royalton Woman’s Club on the 100th anniversary of its membership in the State Federation of Women’s Clubs

H.C.R. 256

 House concurrent resolution recognizing the role of registered nurses in the delivery of health care in Vermont

H.C.R. 257

House concurrent resolution congratulating the Gaines Farm on its receipt of a 2008 Vermont Centennial Business Award

H.C.R. 258

House concurrent resolution congratulating the Brattleboro Reformer on its receipt of a 2008 Vermont Centennial Business Award

H.C.R. 259

House concurrent resolution congratulating the 2008 Essex High School Hornets championship gymnastics team

H.C.R. 260

House concurrent resolution in memory of Violet Coffin of Strafford

H.C.R. 261

House concurrent resolution in memory of the American military personnel who have died in the service of their nation in Iraq from December 20, 2007 through March 27, 2008

H.C.R. 262

House concurrent resolution congratulating the Middlebury Inn on its receipt of a 2008 Vermont Centennial Business Award

H.C.R. 263

House concurrent resolution congratulating Chipman Point on its receipt of a 2008 Vermont Centennial Business Award

H.C.R. 264

House concurrent resolution congratulating The Palms Restaurant on its diamond anniversary

S.C.R. 39.

Senate concurrent resolution in memory of former Legislative Council operations' manager Dulcina Goulette-Sabourin.

S.C.R. 40.

Senate concurrent resolution congratulating the 2008 Rutland High School Raiders girls' alpine skiing championship team.

S.C.R. 41. 

Senate concurrent resolution congratulating the 2008 Rutland High School Raiders boys’ and girls’ champion snowboarders.

     [The full text of the concurrent resolutions appeared in the Senate and House Calendar Addendum on the preceding legislative day and will appear in the volume of the Public Acts and Resolves of the 2008, sixty-ninth  Adjourned session]

 



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