SENATE JOURNAL

S.181

An act relating to manufacturing responsibility to establish collection systems for waste mercury-added consumer products.

Question: Bloomer amendment to Natural Resources and Energy amendment?

Result: Yeas 16, Nays 13.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Backus, Bahre, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Costes, Ehrich, Greenwood, Ide, Illuzzi, Maynard, Mazza, Ready, Riehle, Sears, Snelling.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Ankeney, Bartlett, Chard, Cummings, Doyle, Hooker, Kittell, MacDonald, McCormack, Ptashnik, Rivers, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Hallowell.

2/17/98

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 SENATE JOURNAL

S.181

An act relating to manufacturing responsibility to establish collection systems for waste mercury-added consumer products.

Question: Amendment offered by Senator Riehle?

Result: Yeas 22, Nays 7.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bartlett, Bloomer, Brownell, Chard, Costes, Cummings, Doyle, Hallowell, Hooker, Kittell, MacDonald, McCormack, Ptashnik, Ready, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Snelling, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Bahre, Canns, Ehrich, Greenwood, Ide, Illuzzi, Maynard.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Mazza.

2/25/98

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 SENATE JOURNAL

S.181

An act relating to manufacturing responsibility to establish collection systems for waste mercury-added consumer products.

Question: Amendment offered by Senator Snelling?

Result: Yeas 12, Nays 17.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Bahre, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Costes, Ehrich, Greenwood, Hallowell, Ide, Maynard, Riehle, Snelling.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bartlett, Chard, Cummings, Doyle, Hooker, Illuzzi, Kittell, MacDonald, McCormack, Ptashnik, Ready, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Mazza.

2/25/98

p. 331-332

 SENATE JOURNAL

S.181

An act relating to manufacturing responsibility to establish collection systems for waste mercury-added consumer products.

Question: Shall the bill pass?

Result: Yeas 26, Nays 3.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bartlett, Bloomer, Brownell, Chard, Costes, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Hallowell, Hooker, Ide, Illuzzi, Kittell, MacDonald, Maynard, McCormack, Ptashnik, Ready, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Snelling, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Bahre, Canns, Ehrich.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Mazza.

2/25/98

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