State of Vermont
House of Representatives

1998 House Rollcall Votes

 

H.0030: JUDICIAL REVIEW OF ADMINISTRATIVE ACTIONS
  1. Shall the rules be suspended to take up for immediate consideration?

H.0101: PANNING FOR GOLD PURSUANT TO PERMIT
  1. Rep. Brady amendment (allows a suction dredge under two inches in diameter)
  2. Shall the House refuse to concur in the Senate proposal of amendment & ask for a committee of conference

H.0206: REGULATION OF SMALL-SCALE WATER SUPPLY & WASTEWATER SYSTEMS
  1. Rep. Helm amendment (Change exemption termination to Jan. 1, 2008)
  2. Rep. Marron amendment (reduce fee by 10 cents per gallon of design flow)
  3. Shall the bill be committed to the Institutions committee?)
  4. Rep. Vinton amendment(exclude hunting camps etc.)
  5. Rep. Ranney & Kenyon amendment (only need permit for original connection)
  6. Shall the bill pass?

H.0278: DOWNTOWN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
  1. Rep. Pembroke amendment ( truck routes & over weight trucks)
  2. Rep. Milkey amendment (Various amendments)

H.0279: PENALTY FOR THE CRIME OF FALSE PUBLIC ALARMS
  1. Shall the Judiciary committee be relieved of further consideration of the bill

H.0287: GRADUATED DRIVER'S LICENSING PROGRAM
  1. Rep Freed's 2nd instance of amendment (delete restrictions on provisional license)
  2. Rep Aswad's 1st instance of amendment (restrict permittee driving between 1 A.M. & 5 A.M.)
  3. Rep. Dunne amendment ( provisional licenses for adults)

H.0349: THE PRACTICE OF PODIATRY
  1. Health & Welfare committee amendment (strike all)

H.0475: CRIMINAL RECORD CHECKS OF EDUCATION EMPLOYEES
  1. Shall the rules be suspended to take the bill up for immediate consideration?

H.0577: EDUCATION, TAXATION AND EDUCATION FINANCING
  1. Rep. Dwyer amendment (strike S corporation & partnership $100.00 tax increase)
  2. Rep. Freed amendment (school choice)
  3. Rep Freed amendment (public school approval standards)
  4. Rep Freed amendment (change fair market definition & put tax on real property capital gain)
  5. Rep. Richardson & Helm amendment (give prebate as credit instead of check)
  6. Rep. Howard amendment (add prevailing wage as criteria)
  7. Rep. Freed amendment (remove education tax from hydro electric moratorium)
  8. Rep Richardson Amendment (strike Sec. 78, hydro electric moratorium)
  9. Rep. Knox amendment (repeal school standards)
  10. Rep. Knox amendment (change state board of education duties)
  11. Rep. Corren et al amendment (strike economic advancement incentives)
  12. Rep Cillo's motion to suspend rules to take up for immediate consideration
  13. Rep Cillo's motion to suspend rules to take up for immediate consideration
  14. Rep Brook's motion to suspend rules to take up for immediate consideration
  15. Rep Brook's motion to suspend rules to take up for immediate consideration
  16. Rep. Dwyer's motion to recess for 60 minutes
  17. Shall the House sustain the ruling of the Speaker
  18. Shall the report of the Committee of Conference be adopted
  19. Shall the report of the Committee of Conference be adopted

H.0584: UTILITY GROSS RECEIPTS TAX & COMPEN SATION OF MEMBERS OF PSB
  1. Rep Corren amendment ( reduce tax on gas companies from .005 to .004)
  2. Commerce committee amendment (Strike all)
  3. Rep Schiavone amendment (reduce telephone tax from .005 to .045 on 7/1/02

H.0616: PLANNING FUNDS FOR TOWNS WITHOUT PLANS
  1. Natural Resources & Energy amendment(strike all)

H.0624: POW/MIA FLAG DESIGNATION
  1. Rep. Kenyon & Soboleski amendment (fly flag on 4 days)
  2. Shall the bill pass?

H.0637: ADJUSTMENT IN THE AMOUNT APPROPRIATED FOR SUPPORT OF GOVERNM
  1. Rep Bouricius, Corren & Zuckerman amendment (raise ANFC & AABD benefits)
  2. Rep. Crawford amendment (strike Sec. 27)

H.0640: LICENSE CREMATORIUMS
  1. Shall the bill be recommitted to the Government Operations Committee
  2. Rep. Kreitzer amendment (require license)

H.0672: DISCHARGE OF PHYSICANS FROM MANAGED CARE ORGANIZATIONS
  1. Shall the bill pass?

H.0702: COMMISSION ON HEALTH CARE VALUES AND PRIORITIES
  1. Appropriations committee amendment (strike all)
  2. Rep. Richardson amendment in the 1st instance (restrict who the commission may apply to for grants)

H.0720: NEGLIGENCE OF HEALTH INSURERS
  1. Health & Welfare amendment (strike all)
  2. Rep Freed amendment ( set up a medical negligence compensation board)
  3. Rep Richardson Amendment (set up independent review board)

H.0749: RECOVERY OF TOBACCO-RELATED MEDICAID EXPENDITURES
  1. Judiciary Committee amendment (strike all)
  2. Rep. Freed amendment (limitation of defenses for defendant)
  3. Rep. Angell Amendment (apply to those who start using tobacco after 2/25/98)
  4. Rep Brunelle amendment (sale of tobacco products prohibited)
  5. Shall the bill pass?
  6. Shall the House concur in the Senate proposal of amendment

H.0755: APPROPRIATION FOR GOVERNMENT/BUDGET
  1. Rep. Dwyer amendment (remove gender equality requirement for hiring)
  2. Rep. Sheltra's motion to suspend rules to debate non-debatable question
  3. Rep. Richardson, Mazur & Dwyer amendment (public bids for Community Mental Health Agencies)
  4. Rep. Bouricius, Corren & Zuckerman amendment ( raise ANFC & AABD benefits)
  5. Rep. Pembroke amendment (DUI special fund)
  6. Rep. Ranney amendment (cut $4,000,000.00 from Housing & Conservation)
  7. Rep. Mazur & Richardson amendment (repeal sustainable jobs fund program)
  8. Rep. Houston et al amendment (program to evaluate student performance)
  9. Rep Sheltra et al amendment ( No funds for partial birth abortions)
  10. Shall the bill pass
  11. Shall the report of the Committee of Conference be adopted?

H.0760: TRANSPORTATION CAPITAL PROGRAM & DEVELOPMENT PLAN
  1. Rep Richardson amendment (phase out general fund use of transportation taxes)
  2. Rep. Corren et al amendment (Delay Shelburne road project one year)

H.0761: CAPITAL CONSTRUCTION BILL
  1. Appropriations 2nd,9th,12th,14th & 18th amendment (Windham County Courthouse $75,000.00)
  2. Appropriations 23rd amendment (strike inmate labor restrictions)
  3. Rep. Howard et al amendment (regarding hiring of women in state contracts)
  4. Rep. Marron Amendment (delete reference to sewer lines & rights of way in Stowe)
  5. Rep Starr's amendment (Cut $10,000.00 from Ascutney Fire Department)

H.0768: EXECUTIVE BRANCH FEES
  1. Rep Dwyer amendment ( strike Sec. 32 ANR fee increases)
  2. Shall the bill be read a third time
  3. Shall the report of the Committee of Conference be adopted?

H.0769: RUTLAND CITY CHARTER
  1. Local Government amendment (1999 effective date of campaign finance section)

H.0771: MISCELLANEOUS TAX AMENDMENTS
  1. Rep. Bjerke et al amendment (strike powerball)
  2. Rep. Corren et al amendment (increase income tax credit 3%)
  3. Rep. Crawford's amendment (3% tax credit for tuition paid)
  4. Rep. Freed & Mazur amendment (reduce income tax from 25% to 24%)
  5. Rep. Schiavone amendment (reduce penalty from 5% to 2%)
  6. Rep. Corren amendment (Flat tax for education expenses)
  7. Rep. Dwyer amendment (Gross receipts tax)

HR0036: VERMONT HEALTH CARE SYSTEM
  1. Shall the resolution be adopted

JRH014: CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND /PROTECTING THE NATURAL RESOURCES OF US
  1. Natural Resources & Energy amendment (Strike all)
  2. Shall the resolution be read a third time?

JRH090: TOBACCO SETTLEMENT IN CONGRESS
  1. Rep. Starr and Helm amendment (strike-all)

JRH113: USE OF STATE HOUSE;GREEN MT GIRLS' STATE PROGRAM
  1. Shall the resolution be committed to the Education Committee?
  2. Shall the rules be suspended to take up for immediate consideration?

S.0029: LANDOWNERS LIABILITY
  1. Shall the bill be read a third time?
  2. Shall the bill pass?
  3. Reconsideration of yesterdays vote to kill the bill

S.0049: TIMELY PAYMENT OF INSURANCE CLAIMS
  1. Judiciary amendment (strike all)
  2. Shall the bill be read a third time
  3. Rep. Alfano amendment (includes payment for Health Care services)
  4. Shall the House reconsider it's vote of 4/10/98 when it passed the bill.
  5. Shall the rules be suspended to take the bill up for immediate consideration?
  6. Shall the rules be suspended to take the bills up for immediate consideration?

S.0052: MOTOR VEHICLE INSPECTIONS
  1. Appropriations amendment (put revenues from fees in a special fund)

S.0073: RBST LABELING
  1. Rep Towne Substitute amendment (to reject committee of conference report)
  2. Shall the House adopt the report of the committee of conference

S.0092: COMPOSITION OF BOARDS OF COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH AGENCIES
  1. Shall the rules be suspended to take the bill up?
  2. Rep Baker & Peaslee amendment (commissioner to assure make up of representation on boards)

S.0103: INVOLUNTARY MEDICATION OF MENTAL HEALTH PATIENTS
  1. Shall the bill be read a third time?
  2. Rep. Paquin & Poirier amendment in 1st instance (factors for a judge to consider)
  3. Rep. Paquin & Poirier amendment in 2nd instance (durable power of attorney)

S.0130: REQUIRING EMPLOYERS TO PROVIDE EMPLOYEE WORK BREAKS
  1. Shall action be postponed until the next legislative day?
  2. General Housing & Military Affairs amendment (Strike all)
  3. Shall the bill pass in concurrence with proposal of amendment

S.0181: WASTE MERCURY-ADDED CONSUMER PRODUCTS
  1. Rep Helm amendment (strike Sec. 12 junkyards)
  2. Natural Resources & Energy amendment (strike all)
  3. Rep. Suchmanns‘s amendment (all incinerators that burn Vt waste must comply with Federal standards
  4. Rep Brunelle amendment (take out labeling of mercury products)
  5. Shall the bill pass in concurrence with proposal of amendment?
  6. Rep. Suchmann amendment (incinerators go by federal standards
  7. Shall the House concur in the Senate proposal of amendment?

S.0185: DUI
  1. Rep. McNamara amendment in 3rd instance ( strike 20 troopers)
  2. Rep. LaBarge, Knox & Houston amendment (pay for troopers from general fund & delete $2.00 registration increase)
  3. Rep. Koch amendment (driveway not a public highway)
  4. Rep. Holmes, Pembroke & Dakin amendment (Strike higher insurance limits)
  5. Rep Simpers amendment ( pay for troopers with alcoholic beverage tax increase)
  6. Shall the bill pass in concurrence with proposals of amendment
  7. Shall the rules be suspended to take the bill up for immediate consideration?
  8. Shall the rules be suspended to take the bill up for immediate consideration?
  9. Shall the report of the Committee of Conference be adopted?

S.0214: LARGE FARM OPERATIONS
  1. Shall the Agriculture committee be relieved of the bill and it be committed to the Natural Resources & Energy Committee
  2. Rep. Maslack amendment (exempt existing livestock farms)
  3. Shall the bill pass in concurrence?

S.0248: PROBATIONARY STATUS OF TEACHERS
  1. Education amendment in 3rd instance (probation period on 1st job or all jobs)

S.0253: HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR NUTRITIONAL TREATMENT
  1. Shall the rules be suspended to message the bill to the Senate?

JRS065: TOWN MEETING ADJOURNMENT
  1. Shall the resolution be adopted in concurrence?

JRS066: WEEKEND ADJOURNMENT/JANUARY 9, 1998
  1. Shall the resolution be adopted in concurrence