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1999 Roll Call Votes



H. 10: An act relating to motor vehicles.

  1. Rep. Deuel substitute amendment for amendment offered by Rep. Mullin et al regarding trailer length.
  2. Rep. Mullin et al amendment regarding trailer length.

H. 16: An act relating to protection of self-directed retirement accounts.

  1. Rep. Holmes amendment regarding exemptions from attachment and execution.

H. 66: An act relating to obtaining search warrants for photographic surveillance on private property.

  1. Rep. Darrow et al amendment regarding surveillance which triggers warrant requirement.

H. 97: An act relating to a graduated driver license program.

  1. Rep. Heath et al amendment to amendment offered by the committee on Transportation, striking provision regarding junior operator's license.
  2. Reps. Freed and Mullin amendment regarding a reduction in the restricted driving period for junior operators who have maintained a B plus average.
  3. Passage of the bill.

H. 130: An act providing adjustments in the amounts appropriated for the support of government.

  1. Rep. Marron amendment, striking provision regarding health care cost inflation analysis.
  2. Rep. Deen amendment to amendment offered by Rep. Helm, regarding water classification of the so-called Champion lands.
  3. Rep. Hyde amendment to amendment offered by Rep. Helm, regarding land management of Champion lands.
  4. Amendment by Reps. Pike and Pratt, regarding affordable housing loans.
  5. Rep. Towne amendment, regarding use of the so-called Champion lands.
  6. Rep. Bouricius amendment regarding grants in aid to the aged, blind and disabled.
  7. Adoption of the report of the Committee of Conference.

H. 143: An act relating to open meeting and executive sessions.

  1. Adoption of the report of the committee on General, Housing and Military Affairs.
  2. Shall the bill be read a third time?

H. 156: An act relating to Act 250 jurisdiction over the replacement of communication support structures that extend 20 feet above the ground.

  1. Rep. Hyde amendment, as divided, regarding when Act 250 permits or permit amendments not required.

H. 185: An act relating to workers' compensation benefits.

  1. Rep. Keenan amendment to recommendation of amendment offered by the committee on General, Housing and Military Affairs regarding payment of permanent disability benefits.

H. 270: An act relating to prevention and handling of violence in schools.

  1. Motion by Rep. Tracy to suspend the rules to interrupt the Orders of the Day in order to permit immediate consideration of the bill.

H. 332: An act relating to labeling of containerized, bottled, and packaged drinking water.

  1. Shall the bill be read a third time?

H. 343: An act relating to nonpayment of rent and termination of residential tenancies.

  1. Passage of the bill.

H. 363: An act relating to fees.

  1. Rep. Sweaney et al substitute amendment for amendment offered by Rep. LaBarge et al, regarding a sales tax exemption for books.
  2. Rep. Valsangiacomo amendment to amendment offered by Rep. LaBarge et al making any sales tax cut conditional upon general fund revenues.
  3. Rep. LaBarge et al amendment regarding a sales tax exemption for clothing, including footwear.

H. 365: An act relating to the Vermont prescription drug pricing and consumer protection program.

  1. Motion by Rep. Tracy to suspend the rules to message the bill to the Senate forthwith.
  2. Rep. Tracy motion to suspend the rules to take up bill off Notice Calendar for immediate consideration.

H. 463: An act relating to collection of unpaid wages.

  1. Rep. LaBarge amendment to recommendation of amendment offered by committee on General, Housing and Military Affairs, regarding penalty if failure to pay wages was willful.

H. 533: An act relating to capital appropriations and state bonding.

  1. Rep. Deuel et al amendment regarding an appropriation to the West Rutland Fire Department.
  2. Will the House refuse to concur in the Senate proposal of amendment and appoint a Committee of Conference?

H. 537: An act relating to the state's transportation capital program and project development.

  1. Rep. Schiavone et al amendment regarding Charlotte-Burlington railroad project.

H. 548: An act relating to equal education opportunity omnibus act.

  1. Rep. Corren et al amendment to amendment offered by Rep. Symington regarding income tax credit.
  2. Rep. Mullin amendment regarding school districts that do not maintain or designate schools.
  3. Rep. Randall amendment regarding home schooling tax credit
  4. Rep. Corren et al amendment regarding repeal of statewide property tax on homesteads and imposition of education income tax.
  5. Rep. Suchmann amendment regarding farm homestead tax credit.
  6. Rep. Suchmann amendment regarding small business education tax credit
  7. Rep. Richardson amendment regarding portfolio assessment system.
  8. Rep. Johnson amendment regarding repeal of Act 60.
  9. Rep. Towne amendment regarding land use change tax
  10. Adoption of the report of the Committee of Conference.

H. 554: An act making appropriations for the support of government

  1. Amendment offered by Rep. Hyde to amendment offered by Rep. Helm et al, regarding state purchase of federal portion of Champion land purchase, in respect to VHCB affordable housing projects.
  2. Rep. Helm et al amendment regarding state purchase of federal portion of Champion land purchase.
  3. Rep. Poirier et al amendment regarding Medicaid and expansion of Vscript program.
  4. Rep. Miller amendment regarding pilot technical education projects.
  5. Rep. Bouricius et al amendment regarding social welfare - aid to the aged, blind and disabled.
  6. Rep. Allard amendment Vermont Conservation Trust Fund Act.
  7. Rep. Deuel et al amendment regarding national powerball game.
  8. Rep. Schiavone et al amendment regarding ANFC benefits.
  9. Rep. Zuckerman amendment regarding social welfare and imposition of an income tax surcharge.
  10. Rep. Schiavone amendment to Rep. Sheltra et al amendment regarding funding for programs supporting abstinence.
  11. Rep. Sheltra et al amendment regarding funding for programs supporting abstinence.
  12. Rep. Emmons et al amendment regarding a correctional facility in Springfield, the Vermont housing and conservation board and creation of a higher education trust fund.
  13. Passage of the bill.

H. 560: An act relating to prohibiting submission of a final proposed rule to amend the water quality standards before July 1, 2000.

  1. Rep. Kreitzer motion to commit the bill to the committee on Government Operations.
  2. Rep. Deen amendment striking July 1, 2000 and inserting in lieu thereof July 1, 2005.

H. 561: An act relating to the regulation of mercury-added products.

  1. Rep. Mazur et al amendment, divided and as amended, regarding items to be labelled.

H.R. 9: House resolution urging the United States Congress to ratify the United Nations Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against women.

  1. Adoption of the resolution.

H.R. 29: House Resolution relating to Tax Shifting Options.

  1. Shall the House adopt the resolution?

S. 79: An act to prohibit discrimination on the basis of age, religion or disability in regard to unfair labor practices.

  1. Rep. Bouricius et al amendment adding political belief or affiliation to protected classes.

S. 90: An act relating to binding arbitration in municipal labor disputes.

  1. Rep. Postman amendment regarding replacement of striking employees in municipal labor disputes.
  2. Shall the bill be read a third time?
  3. Shall the bill pass in concurrence with proposal of amendment?
  4. Rep. Tracy motion to suspend the rules to message the bill to the Senate forthwith.

S. 137: An act relating to the ability of the public service board to require that energy conservation services be developed and provided by an entity appointed by the board.

  1. Rep. Pembroke amendment to recommendation of proposal of amendment offered by the committee on Natural Resources and Energy, regarding date on which act will sunset.
  2. Rep. Richardson amendment to recommendation of amendment offered by the committee on Natural Resources and Energy, as divided, striking the word "charge" and inserting in lieu thereof "taxes".
  3. Rep. Keenan amendment to recommendation of proposal of amendment offered by the committee on Natural Resources and Energy, as divided, regarding electric energy efficiency program.

S. 139: An act relating to increase the minimum wage.

  1. Amendment offered by the committee on General, Housing and Military Affairs, as divided, raising the minimum wage.
  2. Amendment offered by the committee on General, Housing and Military Affairs, as divided, regarding a livable wage rate study committee.
  3. Rep. Corren et al amendment, as divided, raising the minimum wage to $6.50 per hour.
  4. Rep. Corren et al amendment, as divided, providing annual increases in the minimum wage to reflect the rate of inflation.

S. 144: An act relating to creating a 20-year statute of limitations for enforcement of municipal land use permits and providing that noncompliance with or failure to obtain these permits does not create a cloud on title.

  1. Rep. Bourdeau et al amendment striking "15 years" and inserting in lieu therof "10 years".