SENATE JOURNAL

S. 70

An act relating to litigation by public bodies with respect to firearms.

Question: Shall the bill be read the third time?

Result: Yeas 29, Nays 1.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bahre, Bartlett, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Chard, Costes, Crowley, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Ide, Illuzzi, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Maynard, Mazza, McCormack, Morrissey, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Spaulding.

4/20/99

p. 481

S. 71

An act relating to Medicare supplemental insurance.

Question: Shall the bill be read the third time?

Result: Yeas 25, Nays 4.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bartlett, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Chard, Costes, Crowley, Cummings, Doyle, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Mazza, McCormack, Morrissey, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

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

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Illuzzi.

3/9/99

p. 247

 

SENATE JOURNAL

S. 76

An act relating to the crime of hazing.

Question: Second Amendment offered by Senator McCormack?

Result: Yeas 9, Nays 21.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Backus, Bahre, Canns, MacDonald, McCormack, Munt, Ptashnik, Rivers, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Ankeney, Bartlett, Bloomer, Brownell, Chard, Costes, Crowley, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Ide, Illuzzi, Kittell, Leddy, Maynard, Mazza, Morrissey, Ready, Riehle, Sears, Shumlin.

4/20/99

p. 490

S. 76

An act relating to the crime of hazing.

Question: First Amendment offered by Senator McCormack?

Result: Yeas 5, Nays 25.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Bahre, Bloomer, Canns, MacDonald, McCormack.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bartlett, Brownell, Chard, Costes, Crowley, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Ide, Illuzzi, Kittell, Leddy, Maynard, Mazza, Morrissey, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

4/20/99

p. 490

 

SENATE JOURNAL

S. 76

An act relating to the crime of hazing.

Question: Shall the bill be read the third time?

Result: Yeas 26, Nays 4.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Bartlett, Bloomer, Brownell, Chard, Costes, Crowley, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Ide, Illuzzi, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Maynard, Mazza, Morrissey, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

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

4/20/99

p. 491

S. 90

An act relating to replacing striking employees in municipal labor disputes.

Question: Shall the bill be read the third time?

Results: Yeas 16, Nays 14.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bartlett, Chard, Costes, Illuzzi, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, McCormack, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Rivers, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Bahre, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Crowley, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Ide, Maynard, Mazza, Morrissey, Riehle, Sears.

2/24/99

p. 213

 

SENATE JOURNAL

S. 90

An act relating to replacing striking employees in municipal labor disputes.

Question: Amendment offered by Senator Bloomer?

Results: Yeas 19, Nays 11.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Bahre, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Costes, Crowley, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Ide, Leddy, MacDonald, Maynard, Mazza, Morrissey, Riehle, Sears, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Backus, Bartlett, Chard, Illuzzi, Kittell, McCormack, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Rivers, Shumlin.

2/25/99

p. 219

S. 90

An act relating to replacing striking employees in municipal labor disputes.

Question: Amendment offered by Senator MacDonald, as amended?

Results: Yeas 20, Nays 10.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Bahre, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Costes, Crowley, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Ide, Leddy, MacDonald, Maynard, Mazza, Morrissey, Ptashnik, Riehle, Sears, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Backus, Bartlett, Chard, Illuzzi, Kittell, McCormack, Munt, Ready, Rivers, Shumlin.

2/25/99

p. 220

 

SENATE JOURNAL

S. 90

An act relating to replacing striking employees in municipal labor disputes.

Question: Shall the bill pass?

Results: Yeas 16, Nays 14.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bartlett, Chard, Costes, Illuzzi, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, McCormack, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Rivers, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Bahre, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Crowley, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Ide, Maynard, Mazza, Morrissey, Riehle, Sears.

2/25/99

p. 220

S. 90

An act relating to replacing striking employees in municipal labor disputes.

Question: Shall the Senate concur in the House proposal of amendment?

Results: Yeas 28, Nays 0.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bahre, Bartlett, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Costes, Crowley, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Ide, Illuzzi, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Maynard, Mazza, McCormack, Morrissey, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Riehle, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: None.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Chard, Rivers.

5/14/99

p. 1157-1158

 

SENATE JOURNAL

S. 105

An act relating to health insurer and managed care negligence.

Question: Shall the bill be read the third time?

Results: Yeas 21, Nays 6.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bloomer, Chard, Costes, Crowley, Cummings, Doyle, Ide, Illuzzi, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Mazza, McCormack, Munt, Ptashnik, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Bahre, Brownell, Greenwood, Maynard, Morrissey, Riehle.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Bartlett, Canns, Ready.

5/3/99

p. 753

S. 105

An act relating to health insurer and managed care negligence.

Question: Amendment offered by Senators Riehle and Morrissey?

Results: Yeas 7, Nays 19.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Bahre, Canns, Greenwood, Ide, Maynard, Morrissey, Riehle.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Ankeney, Bartlett, Chard, Costes, Crowley, Cummings, Doyle, Illuzzi, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Mazza, McCormack, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Rivers, Sears, Spaulding.

Those Senators absent or not voting were: Backus, Bloomer, Brownell, Shumlin (presiding).

5/6/99

p. 839-840

 

SENATE JOURNAL

S. 105

An act relating to health insurer and managed care negligence.

Question: Shall the bill pass?

Results: Yeas 19, Nays 7.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Bartlett, Chard, Costes, Crowley, Cummings, Doyle, Illuzzi, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Mazza, McCormack, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Rivers, Sears, Spaulding.

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

Those Senators absent or not voting were: Backus, Bloomer, Brownell, Shumlin (presiding).

5/6/99

p. 840

S. 113

An act relating to electric cooperatives.

Question: Shall the bill be ordered to lie?

Results: Yeas 10, Nays 17.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Bahre, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Costes, Crowley, Ide, Illuzzi, Maynard, Morrissey.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bartlett, Chard, Cummings, Doyle, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Mazza, McCormack, Munt, Ready, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Spaulding.

Those Senators absent or not voting were: Greenwood, Ptashnik, Shumlin (presiding).

4/2/99

p. 395

 

SENATE JOURNAL

S. 113

An act relating to electric cooperatives.

Question: Shall action on the bill be postponed?

Results: Yeas 12, Nays 15.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Bahre, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Costes, Crowley, Doyle, Ide, Illuzzi, Maynard, Morrissey, Riehle.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bartlett, Chard, Cummings, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Mazza, McCormack, Munt, Ready, Rivers, Sears, Spaulding.

Those Senators absent or not voting were: Greenwood, Ptashnik, Shumlin (presiding).

4/2/99

p. 395

S. 113

An act relating to electric cooperatives.

Question: Shall the bill pass?

Results: Yeas 19, Nays 8.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bartlett, Chard, Crowley, Cummings, Doyle, Illuzzi, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Mazza, McCormack, Munt, Ready, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Bahre, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Costes, Ide, Maynard, Morrissey.

Those Senators absent or not voting were: Greenwood, Ptashnik, Shumlin (presiding).

4/2/99

p. 395-396

 

SENATE JOURNAL

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.

Question: Shall the bill be committed to the Committee on Finance?

Results: Yeas 10, Nays 20.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Bahre, Bloomer, Brownell, Costes, Crowley, Greenwood, Ide, Maynard, Mazza, Morrissey.

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

2/25/99

p. 222

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.

Question: Shall the bill be read the third time?

Results: Yeas 25, Nays 5.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bartlett, Bloomer, Canns, Chard, Costes, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Illuzzi, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Maynard, McCormack, Morrissey, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Bahre, Brownell, Crowley, Ide, Mazza.

2/25/99

p. 222

 

SENATE JOURNAL

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.

Question: Shall a non-debatable question (to order to lie) be made debatable?

Results: Yeas 17, Nays 11 (the necessary majority vote not having been attained).

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bartlett, Brownell, Chard, Cummings, Doyle, Kittell, MacDonald, McCormack, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Bahre, Bloomer, Canns, Costes, Crowley, Ide, Illuzzi, Leddy, Maynard, Mazza, Morrissey.

Those Senators absent or not voting were: Greenwood, Shumlin (presiding).

2/26/99

p. 235

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.

Question: Shall the bill be ordered to lie?

Results: Yeas 12, Nays 16.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Bahre, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Costes, Crowley, Doyle, Ide, Maynard, Mazza, Morrissey, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bartlett, Chard, Cummings, Illuzzi, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, McCormack, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Riehle, Rivers, Sears.

Those Senators absent or not voting were: Greenwood, Shumlin (presiding).

2/26/99

p. 235

 

SENATE JOURNAL

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.

Question: Amendment offered by Senator Brownell?

Results: Yeas 10, Nays 20.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Bahre, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Costes, Crowley, Ide, Illuzzi, Maynard, Morrissey.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bartlett, Chard, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Mazza, McCormack, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

3/11/99

p. 265

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.

Question: Amendment offered by Senator Brownell?

Results: Yeas 19, Nays 2.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Bahre, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Chard, Crowley, Doyle, Ide, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Maynard, Mazza, McCormack, Morrissey, Ready, Riehle, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Rivers, Sears.

Those Senators absent or not voting were: Backus, Bartlett, Costes, Cummings, Greenwood, Illuzzi, Munt, Ptashnik, Shumlin (presiding).

3/12/99

p. 274

 

SENATE JOURNAL

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.

Question: Shall the bill pass?

Results: Yeas 20, Nays 1.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Chard, Crowley, Doyle, Ide, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Maynard, Mazza, McCormack, Morrissey, Ready, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Bahre.

Those Senators absent or not voting were: Backus, Bartlett, Costes, Cummings, Greenwood, Illuzzi, Munt, Ptashnik, Shumlin (presiding).

3/12/99

p. 274

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.

Question: Shall the rules be suspended to take up for immediate consideration?

Results: Yeas 23, Nays 5 (the necessary majority vote having been attained).

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bartlett, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Costes, Cummings, Doyle, Illuzzi, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Mazza, McCormack, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Bahre, Crowley, Ide, Maynard, Morrissey.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Chard, Greenwood.

5/15/99

p. 1354

 

SENATE JOURNAL

S. 139

An act to increase the minimum wage.

Question: Amendment offered by Senator Backus, et. al?

Results: Yeas 13, Nays 17.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Backus, Chard, Cummings, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, McCormack, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Rivers, Shumlin.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Bahre, Bartlett, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Costes, Crowley, Doyle, Greenwood, Ide, Illuzzi, Maynard, Mazza, Morrissey, Riehle, Sears, Spaulding.

4/14/99

p. 443

S. 139

An act to increase the minimum wage.

Question: Shall the bill be read the third time?

Results: Yeas 30, Nays 0.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bahre, Bartlett, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Chard, Costes, Crowley, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Ide, Illuzzi, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Maynard, Mazza, McCormack, Morrissey, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were. None.

4/14/99

p. 443

 

SENATE JOURNAL

S. 139

An act to increase the minimum wage.

Question: Amendment offered by Senator Cummings and Sears?

Results: Yeas 27, Nays 2.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bahre, Bartlett, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Chard, Costes, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Illuzzi, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Maynard, Mazza, McCormack, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Crowley, Ide.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Morrissey.

4/15/99

p. 465-466

S. 139

An act to increase the minimum wage.

Question: Amendment offered by Senator Costes?

Results: Yeas 8, Nays 21.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Bahre, Bloomer, Costes, Greenwood, Maynard, Mazza, Morrissey, Sears.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bartlett, Brownell, Canns, Chard, Crowley, Cummings, Doyle, Illuzzi, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, McCormack, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Riehle, Rivers, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Ide.

4/21/99

p. 518-519

 

SENATE JOURNAL

S. 139

An act to increase the minimum wage.

Question: Amendment offered by Senator Morrissey?

Results: Yeas 13, Nays 16.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Bahre, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Costes, Crowley, Doyle, Greenwood, Illuzzi, Maynard, Mazza, Morrissey, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bartlett, Chard, Cummings, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, McCormack, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Ide.

4/21/99

p. 519

S. 139

An act to increase the minimum wage.

Question: Amendment offered by Senators Bloomer and Morrissey?

Results: Yeas 10, Nays 19.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Bahre, Bloomer, Canns, Costes, Crowley, Greenwood, Leddy, Maynard, Morrissey, Sears.

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

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Ide.

4/21/99

p. 519-520

 

SENATE JOURNAL

S. 139

An act to increase the minimum wage.

Question: Amendment offered by Senator Morrissey et. al?

Results: Yeas 16, Nays 13.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Bahre, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Chard, Costes, Crowley, Doyle, Greenwood, Illuzzi, Kittell, Leddy, Maynard, Mazza, Morrissey, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bartlett, Cummings, MacDonald, McCormack, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Ide.

4/21/99

p. 520

S. 139

An act to increase the minimum wage.

Question: Shall the bill pass?

Results: Yeas 29, Nays 0.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bahre, Bartlett, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Chard, Costes, Crowley, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Illuzzi, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Maynard, Mazza, McCormack, Morrissey, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: None.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Ide.

4/21/99

p. 520

 

SENATE JOURNAL

S. 140

An act relating to the municipal employees' retirement system and a separate retirement group for public safety officers.

Question: Shall the bill be read the third time?

Results: Yeas 28, Nays 0.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bahre, Bartlett, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Chard, Costes, Crowley, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Ide, Illuzzi, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Maynard, Mazza, McCormack, Morrissey, Munt, Ptashnik, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: None.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Ready, Spaulding.

4/28/99

p. 550

S. 140

An act relating to the municipal employees' retirement system and a separate retirement group for public safety officers.

Question: Shall the rules be suspended to allow the consideration of a non-germane proposal of amendment?

Results: Yeas 17, Nays 9 (the necessary majority vote not having been attained).

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Bahre, Bloomer, Crowley, Cummings, Doyle, Ide, Illuzzi, Leddy, MacDonald, Maynard, Mazza, Morrissey, Ptashnik, Riehle, Sears, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Backus, Bartlett, Brownell, Canns, Costes, Kittell, McCormack, Munt, Ready.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Chard, Greenwood, Rivers, Shumlin.

5/14/99

p. 1156

 

SENATE JOURNAL

S. 200

An act relating to fingerprinting and criminal history records.

Question: Amendment offered by Senator Bahre?

Results: Yeas 10, Nays 19.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Bahre, Bloomer, Canns, Costes, Crowley, Greenwood, Ide, Maynard, Morrissey, Riehle.

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

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Backus.

4/7/99

p. 416

S. 200

An act relating to fingerprinting and criminal history records.

Question: Amendment offered by Senator Backus et. al?

Results: Yeas 13, Nays 16.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Backus, Bahre, Bloomer, Canns, Crowley, Ide, Kittell, MacDonald, McCormack, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Rivers.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Ankeney, Bartlett, Brownell, Chard, Costes, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Leddy, Maynard, Mazza, Morrissey, Riehle, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Illuzzi.

4/9/99

p. 431

 

SENATE JOURNAL

S. 200

An act relating to fingerprinting and criminal history records.

Question: Shall the bill pass?

Results: Yeas 22, Nays 6.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Bartlett, Bloomer, Brownell, Chard, Costes, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Ide, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Maynard, Mazza, Morrissey, Munt, Ptashnik, Riehle, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Backus, Bahre, Canns, Crowley, McCormack, Rivers.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Illuzzi, Ready.

4/9/99

p. 432

S. 203

An act relating to public school choice in grades 9-12.

Question: Shall the bill be read the third time?

Results: Yeas 28, Nays 0.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bahre, Bartlett, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Chard, Costes, Crowley, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Ide, Illuzzi, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Maynard, McCormack, Morrissey, Munt, Ptashnik, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: None.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Mazza, Ready.

3/23/99

p. 337

 

SENATE JOURNAL

S. 203

An act relating to public school choice in grades 9-12.

Question: Shall the bill pass?

Results: Yeas 28, Nays 1.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Bahre, Bartlett, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Chard, Costes, Crowley, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Ide, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Maynard, Mazza, McCormack, Morrissey, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Backus.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Illuzzi.

4/9/99

p. 429

H. 60

An act relating to reimbursement for job-related losses.

Question: Shall the bill pass in concurrence?

Results: Yeas 29, Nays 0.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bahre, Bartlett, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Chard, Costes, Crowley, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Ide, Illuzzi, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Maynard, Mazza, McCormack, Morrissey, Munt, Ready, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: None:

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Ptashnik.

4/20/99

p. 482-483

 

SENATE JOURNAL

H. 103

An act relating to workers' compensation medical benefits.

Question: McCormack proposal of amendment?

Results: Yeas 4, Nays 22.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Illuzzi, Kittell, McCormack.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Backus, Bahre, Bartlett, Bloomer, Brownell, Chard, Costes, Crowley, Doyle, Greenwood, Ide, Leddy, MacDonald, Maynard, Mazza, Morrissey, Munt, Ptashnik, Riehle, Rivers, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Canns, Cummings, Ready, Sears.

5/12/99

p. 1008

H. 119

An act relating to members of the teachers' retirement system purchasing credit for service as a state employee.

Question: Shall the bill be ordered to lie?

Results: Yeas 14, Nays 16.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Backus, Bahre, Bartlett, Brownell, Canns, Crowley, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, McCormack, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Rivers.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Ankeney, Bloomer, Chard, Costes, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Ide, Illuzzi, Maynard, Mazza, Morrissey, Riehle, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

4/8/99

p. 426

 

SENATE JOURNAL

H. 119

An act relating to members of the teachers' retirement system purchasing credit for service as a state employee.

Question: Proposal of amendment of Committee on Government Operations?

Results: Yeas 22, Nays 8.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bahre, Bartlett, Brownell, Canns, Costes, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Ide, Illuzzi, Kittell, Maynard, Mazza, McCormack, Morrissey, Munt, Ptashnik, Riehle, Sears, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Bloomer, Chard, Crowley, Leddy, MacDonald, Ready, Rivers, Shumlin.

4/8/99

p. 426

H. 130

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

Question: Bahre and Maynard proposal of amendment?

Results: Yeas 3, Nays 25.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Bahre, Crowley, Maynard.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Ankeney, Bartlett, Bloomer, Brownell, Chard, Costes, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Ide, Illuzzi, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Mazza, McCormack, Morrissey, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Backus, Canns.

2/19/99

p. 175

 

SENATE JOURNAL

H. 130

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

Question: Canns, et. al. proposal of amendment?

Results: Yeas 8, Nays 21.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Bahre, Bloomer, Crowley, Greenwood, Ide, Illuzzi, Maynard, Morrissey.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bartlett, Brownell, Chard, Costes, Cummings, Doyle, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Mazza, McCormack, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Canns.

2/19/99

p. 185

H. 130

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

Question: Illuzzi proposal of amendment?

Results: Yeas 8, Nays 21.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Bahre, Bloomer, Crowley, Greenwood, Ide, Illuzzi, Maynard, Morrissey.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bartlett, Brownell, Chard, Costes, Cummings, Doyle, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Mazza, McCormack, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Canns.

2/19/99

p. 186

 

SENATE JOURNAL

H. 130

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

Question: Canns proposal of amendment?

Results: Yeas 8, Nays 21.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Bahre, Bloomer, Greenwood, Ide, Illuzzi, Maynard, Morrissey, Ready.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bartlett, Brownell, Chard, Costes, Crowley, Cummings, Doyle, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Mazza, McCormack, Munt, Ptashnik, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Canns.

2/19/99

p. 187

H. 130

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

Question: Illuzzi, et. al. proposal of amendment?

Results: Yeas 9, Nays 21.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Bahre, Bloomer, Canns, Crowley, Greenwood, Ide, Illuzzi, Maynard, Morrissey.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bartlett, Brownell, Chard, Costes, Cummings, Doyle, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Mazza, McCormack, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

2/23/99

p. 196

 

SENATE JOURNAL

H. 130

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

Question: Rivers proposal of amendment?

Results: Yeas 21, Nays 9.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bartlett, Chard, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Illuzzi, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Mazza, McCormack, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Bahre, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Costes, Crowley, Ide, Maynard, Morrissey.

2/23/99

p. 200

H. 130

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

Question: Morrissey and Bloomer proposal of amendment?

Results: Yeas 11, Nays 19.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Bahre, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Costes, Crowley, Ide, Illuzzi, Maynard, Morrissey, Riehle.

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

2/23/99

p. 200-201

 

SENATE JOURNAL

H. 130

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

Question: Shall the bill pass in concurrence with proposals of amendment?

Results: Yeas 25, Nays 4.

Roll Call

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

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

2/23/99

p. 204

H. 130

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

Question: Adopt Report of Committee of Conference?

Results: Yeas 23, Nays 5.

Roll Call

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

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Bahre, Canns, Crowley, Maynard, Morrissey.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Chard, Munt.

3/18/99

p. 322

 

SENATE JOURNAL

H. 158

An act relating to litter enforcement and municipal recycling services.

Question: Suspend rules for immediate consideration?

Results: Yeas 23, Nays 6 (the necessary majority vote having been attained).

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bartlett, Bloomer, Brownell, Crowley, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Illuzzi, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Mazza, McCormack, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Bahre, Canns, Costes, Ide, Maynard, Morrissey.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Chard.

5/15/99

p. 1335-1336

H. 169

An act relating to farm employee housing.

Question: Adopt report of Committee of Conference?

Results: Yeas 29, Nays 1.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bahre, Bartlett, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Chard, Costes, Crowley, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Ide, Illuzzi, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Maynard, Mazza, McCormack, Morrissey, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Riehle, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Rivers.

5/13/99

p. 1036

 

SENATE JOURNAL

H. 181

An act relating to zoning and family day care homes.

Question: Proposal of amendment of Committee on Government Operations?

Results: Yeas 26, Nays 0.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Bahre, Bartlett, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Costes, Crowley, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Ide, Illuzzi, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Maynard, Mazza, McCormack, Morrissey, Munt, Ready, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: None.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Backus, Chard, Ptashnik, Spaulding.

5/10/99

p. 877

H. 189

An act relating to reproductive health equity in health insurance coverage.

Question: Shall the bill be read the third time?

Results: Yeas 24, Nays 3.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Bartlett, Bloomer, Brownell, Costes, Crowley, Cummings, Greenwood, Ide, Illuzzi, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Mazza, McCormack, Morrissey, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

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

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Backus, Chard, Doyle.

5/10/99

p. 899

 

SENATE JOURNAL

H. 351

An act relating to health insurance and chiropractic services.

Question: Shall the bill be read the third time?

Results: Yeas 30, Nays 0.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bahre, Bartlett, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Chard, Costes, Crowley, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Ide, Illuzzi, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Maynard, Mazza, McCormack, Morrissey, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: None.

4/30/99

p. 723

H. 363

An act relating to fees.

Question: Shall the bill be read the third time?

Results: Yeas 18, Nays 10.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bartlett, Bloomer, Canns, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Illuzzi, Leddy, MacDonald, Maynard, McCormack, Munt, Ptashnik, Rivers, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Bahre, Brownell, Costes, Crowley, Ide, Kittell, Mazza, Ready, Riehle, Sears.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Chard, Morrissey.

5/15/99

p. 1195

 

SENATE JOURNAL

H. 365

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

Question: Ptashnik proposal of amendment?

Results: Yeas 15, Nays 12.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Bloomer, Brownell, Costes, Cummings, Doyle, Ide, Kittell, Leddy, Maynard, Mazza, McCormack, Morrissey, Munt, Ptashnik, Riehle.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Bahre, Bartlett, Canns, Chard, Crowley, Greenwood, Illuzzi, MacDonald, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Ankeney, Backus, Ready.

5/11/99

p. 932

H. 365

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

Question: Rivers, Bartlett and Ready proposal of amendment?

Results: Yeas 11, Nays 16.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Bartlett, Cummings, Kittell, MacDonald, McCormack, Munt, Ready, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Bahre, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Chard, Costes, Crowley, Doyle, Greenwood, Ide, Leddy, Maynard, Mazza, Morrissey, Ptashnik, Riehle.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Ankeney, Backus, Illuzzi.

5/11/99

p. 934

 

SENATE JOURNAL

H. 532

An act relating to professions and occupations.

Question: Suspend rules to permit consideration of Sears proposal of amendment?

Results: Yeas 18, Nays 11 (the necessary majority vote not having been attained).

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bloomer, Costes, Cummings, Doyle, Ide, Illuzzi, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, McCormack, Munt, Ptashnik, Riehle, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Bahre, Bartlett, Brownell, Canns, Crowley, Greenwood, Maynard, Mazza, Morrissey, Ready, Rivers.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Chard.

5/15/99

p. 1349

H. 533

An act relating to capital appropriations and state bonding.

Question: Shall the bill pass in concurrence with proposals of amendment?

Results: Yeas 30, Nays 0.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bahre, Bartlett, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Chard, Costes, Crowley, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Ide, Illuzzi, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Maynard, Mazza, McCormack, Morrissey, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: None.

4/30/99

p. 727

 

SENATE JOURNAL

H. 537

An act relating to the state's transportation capital program and project development plan.

Question: Ready proposal of amendment?

Results: Yeas 2, Nays 26.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: McCormack, Ready.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bahre, Bartlett, Bloomer, Brownell, Costes, Crowley, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Ide, Illuzzi, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Maynard, Mazza, Morrissey, Munt, Ptashnik, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Canns, Chard.

4/20/99

p. 509

H. 537

An act relating to the state's transportation capital program and project development plan.

Question: Shall the bill pass in concurrence with proposals of amendment?

Results: Yeas 29, Nays 0.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bahre, Bartlett, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Chard, Costes, Crowley, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Illuzzi, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Maynard, Mazza, McCormack, Morrissey, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: None.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Ide.

4/21/99

p. 517

 

SENATE JOURNAL

H. 548

An act relating to equal education opportunity omnibus act.

Question: Kittell amendment to Senate proposal of amendment?

Results: Yeas 11, Nays 19.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Bahre, Brownell, Costes, Kittell, Leddy, McCormack, Ptashnik, Ready, Riehle, Sears.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Backus, Bartlett, Bloomer, Canns, Chard, Crowley, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Ide, Illuzzi, MacDonald, Maynard, Mazza, Morrissey, Munt, Rivers, Shumlin, Spaulding.

4/30/99

p. 729

H. 548

An act relating to equal education opportunity omnibus act.

Question: Ready, Ankeney and McCormack amendment to Senate proposal of amendment?

Results: Yeas 4, Nays 26.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Kittell, McCormack, Ready.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Backus, Bahre, Bartlett, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Chard, Costes, Crowley, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Ide, Illuzzi, Leddy, MacDonald, Maynard, Mazza, Morrissey, Munt, Ptashnik, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

4/30/99

p. 733

 

SENATE JOURNAL

H. 548

An act relating to equal education opportunity omnibus act.

Question: Shall the bill pass in concurrence with proposals of amendment?

Results: Yeas 27, Nays 3.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Backus, Bartlett, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Chard, Costes, Crowley, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Ide, Illuzzi, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Maynard, Mazza, McCormack, Morrissey, Munt, Ptashnik, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Ankeney, Bahre, Ready.

4/30/99

p. 734

H. 548

An act relating to equal education opportunity omnibus act.

Question: Adopt report of Committee of Conference?

Results: Yeas 26, Nays 1.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bartlett, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Costes, Crowley, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Ide, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Maynard, Mazza, McCormack, Morrissey, Munt, Ptashnik, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Bahre.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Chard, Illuzzi, Ready.

5/15/99

p. 1225

 

SENATE JOURNAL

H. 554

An act making appropriations for the support of government.

Question: Ankeney proposal of amendment?

Results: Yeas 10, Nays 18.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Backus, Crowley, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, McCormack, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Bahre, Bartlett, Bloomer, Brownell, Chard, Costes, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Ide, Maynard, Mazza, Morrissey, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Canns, Illuzzi.

5/4/99

p. 811

H. 554

An act making appropriations for the support of government.

Question: Ptashnik proposal of amendment?

Results: Yeas 9, Nays 19.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Backus, Kittell, Leddy, McCormack, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Riehle.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Bahre, Bartlett, Bloomer, Brownell, Chard, Costes, Crowley, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Ide, MacDonald, Maynard, Mazza, Morrissey, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Canns, Illuzzi.

5/4/99

p. 813

 

SENATE JOURNAL

H. 554

An act making appropriations for the support of government.

Question: Bahre proposal of amendment to thirty-fourth Senate proposal of amendment?

Results: Yeas 5, Nays 20.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Bahre, Canns, Greenwood, Illuzzi, Morrissey.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bartlett, Chard, Costes, Crowley, Cummings, Ide, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Mazza, McCormack, Munt, Ptashnik, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Bloomer, Brownell, Doyle, Maynard, Ready.

5/5/99

p. 818

H. 554

An act making appropriations for the support of government.

Question: Crowley proposal of amendment to ninety-seventh Senate proposal of amendment?

Results: Yeas 7, Nays 23.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Bahre, Bloomer, Canns, Crowley, Greenwood, Maynard, Morrissey.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bartlett, Brownell, Chard, Costes, Cummings, Doyle, Ide, Illuzzi, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Mazza, McCormack, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

5/5/99

p. 821

 

SENATE JOURNAL

H. 554

An act making appropriations for the support of government.

Question: Morrissey, Munt and Riehle proposal of amendment?

Results: Yeas 30, Nays 0.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bahre, Bartlett, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Chard, Costes, Crowley, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Ide, Illuzzi, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Maynard, Mazza, McCormack, Morrissey, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: None.

5/5/99

p. 825

H. 554

An act making appropriations for the support of government.

Question: Shall the bill pass in concurrence with proposals of amendment?

Results: Yeas 26, Nays 4.

Roll Call

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

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

5/5/99

p. 825

 

SENATE JOURNAL

H. 554

An act making appropriations for the support of government.

Question: Adopt report of Committee of Conference?

Results: Yeas 26, Nays 3.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bartlett, Brownell, Canns, Costes, Crowley, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Ide, Illuzzi, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Maynard, Mazza, McCormack, Morrissey, Munt, Ptashnik, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Bahre, Bloomer, Ready.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Chard.

5/15/99

p. 1335

H. 557

An act relating to an omnibus fish and wildlife act.

Question: Morrissey, et. al. proposal of amendment?

Results: Yeas 5, Nays 22.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Chard, Crowley, Morrissey, Sears, Shumlin.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Bahre, Bartlett, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Costes, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Ide, Illuzzi, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Maynard, Mazza, McCormack, Munt, Ptashnik, Riehle, Rivers, Spaulding.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Ankeney, Backus, Ready.

5/11/99

p. 917-918

 

SENATE JOURNAL

H. 568

An act relating to compensation for certain state employees.

Question: Shall the bill be read the third time?

Results: Yeas 27, Nays 0.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bartlett, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Costes, Crowley, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Ide, Illuzzi, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Maynard, Mazza, McCormack, Morrissey, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: None.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Bahre, Chard, Shumlin (presiding).

5/15/99

p. 1180

S.R. 13

Senate resolution relating to a special Senate Study Committee on Prescription Drug Cases.

Question: Amendment offered by Senator Bloomer?

Results: Yeas 12, Nays 15.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Bahre, Bloomer, Canns, Costes, Greenwood, Ide, Illuzzi, Leddy, Maynard, Mazza, Morrissey, Riehle.

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

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Brownell, Chard, Doyle.

5/14/99

p. 1177-1178

 

SENATE JOURNAL

S.R. 13

Senate resolution relating to a special Senate Study Committee on Prescription Drug Cases.

Question: Shall the Senate adopt the resolution?

Results: Yeas 17, Nays 10.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bartlett, Bloomer, Cummings, Illuzzi, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, McCormack, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Bahre, Canns, Costes, Crowley, Greenwood, Ide, Maynard, Mazza, Morrissey, Riehle.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Brownell, Chard, Doyle.

5/14/99

p. 1178

J.R.S. 50

Joint resolution commemorating the centennial anniversary of Vermont's first Labor Day observance.

Question: Shall the joint resolution be adopted on the part of the Senate?

Results: Yeas 29, Nays 0.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bahre, Bartlett, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Costes, Crowley, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Ide, Illuzzi, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Maynard, Mazza, McCormack, Morrissey, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: None.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Chard.

4/22/99

p. 527

 

SENATE JOURNAL

J.R.H. 40

Joint resolution establishing an interim study committee to examine the provision of pharmacological treatment programs for opiate-addicted persons.

Question: Adoption of resolution in concurrence with proposal of amendment?

Results: Yeas 23, Nays 4.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bahre, Bartlett, Bloomer, Chard, Costes, Crowley, Cummings, Greenwood, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Maynard, Mazza, McCormack, Morrissey, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Riehle, Rivers, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Canns, Ide, Illuzzi, Sears.

Those Senators absent or not voting were: Brownell, Doyle, Shumlin (presiding).

5/13/99

p. 1026

J.R.H. 124

Joint resolution establishing a committee on youth violence, on truancy, and safe learning environments.

Question: Illuzzi, et. al. proposal of amendment?

Results: Yeas 11, Nays 18.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Bahre, Bloomer, Canns, Crowley, Doyle, Greenwood, Ide, Illuzzi, Maynard, Morrissey, Ready.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bartlett, Brownell, Costes, Cummings, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Mazza, McCormack, Munt, Ptashnik, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Chard.

5/15/99

p. 1193

 

SENATE JOURNAL

J.R.H. 124

Joint resolution establishing a committee on youth violence, on truancy, and safe learning environments.

Question: Bartlett, Canns and Illuzzi proposal of amendment?

Results: Yeas 17, Nays 12.

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Bahre, Bartlett, Bloomer, Canns, Costes, Crowley, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Ide, Illuzzi, MacDonald, Maynard, Mazza, Morrissey, Ptashnik, Ready.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: Ankeney, Backus, Brownell, Kittell, Leddy, McCormack, Munt, Riehle, Rivers, Sears, Shumlin, Spaulding.

Those Senators absent and not voting were: Chard.

5/15/99

p. 1202

Prop. 3

Amends Section 34 of Chapter II of the Constitution to provide for staggered terms for Supreme Court justices and subordinate court judges.

Question: Shall the Senate adopt the Proposed Amendment to the Constitution of Vermont designated as Proposal 3 as recommended by the Committee on Government Operations, and request the concurrence of the House?

Results: Yeas 26, Nays 1 (the necessary two-thirds vote of the Senate membership having been attained).

Roll Call

Those Senators who voted in the affirmative were: Ankeney, Backus, Bahre, Bartlett, Bloomer, Brownell, Canns, Chard, Costes, Crowley, Cummings, Doyle, Greenwood, Ide, Illuzzi, Kittell, Leddy, MacDonald, Maynard, Mazza, Munt, Ptashnik, Ready, Rivers, Sears, Spaulding.

Those Senators who voted in the negative were: McCormack.

Those Senators absent or not voting were: Morrissey, Riehle, Shumlin (presiding).

3/26/99

p. 351