VT H0167 | 2017-2018 | Regular Session


Spectrum: Slight Partisan Bill (Democrat 3-1)
Status: Introduced on February 1 2017 - 25% progression, died in chamber
Action: 2018-04-27 - Action postponed indefinitely
Text: Latest bill text (Engrossed) [PDF]


An act relating to alternative approaches to addressing low-level illicit drug use

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An act relating to alternative approaches to addressing low-level illicit drug use


Roll Calls


2018-04-27HouseAction postponed indefinitely
2018-04-27HouseRoll Call Results Passed -- Needed 68 of 134 to Pass -- Yeas = 106, Nays = 28
2018-04-27HouseCalled Up on motion of Rep. Gonzalez of Winooski and placed on the Calendar for Action on April 27, 2018
2017-05-18HouseOrdered to Lie upon motion of Rep. Turner of Milton
2017-05-02HouseRep. Conquest of Newbury moved to postpone action until May 3, 2017 which was agreed to
2017-05-01HouseWhich was agreed to
2017-05-01HouseRep. Grad of Moretown moved to postpone action until May 2, 2017
2017-04-28HouseAction Postponed to next legislative day as moved by Rep. Grad of Moretown
2017-04-27HouseSenate Message, passed in Concurrence with proposal of amendment
2017-04-25SenateRead 3rd time & passed in concurrence with proposal of amendment
2017-04-25SenateUnfinished Business/Third Reading
2017-04-24SenateNew Business/Third Reading
2017-04-21Senate3rd reading ordered
2017-04-21SenateProposal of amendment agreed to on roll call, requested by Senator Collamore, Passed -- Needed 16 of 30 to Pass -- Yeas = 21, Nays = 9
2017-04-21SenateDivision Yeas 23, Nays 7 - 3/4ths majority attained, as requested by Senator Mullin
2017-04-21SenateMotion agreed to
2017-04-21SenateSenator Sears moved to suspend rules to allow consideration of a non-germane amendment
2017-04-21SenatePoint of order sustained by the President
2017-04-21SenatePoint of order raised by Senator Flory on ground that proposed amendment was not germane
2017-04-21SenateProposal of amendment by Senator(s) White, Pearson, Rodgers, and Sears; text
2017-04-21SenateProposal of amendment by Committee on Judiciary agreed to
2017-04-21SenateRead 2nd time, reported favorably with proposal of amendment by Senator White for Committee on Judiciary
2017-04-21SenateProposal of amendment to be offered by Senator(s) White, Rodgers, and Sears
2017-04-21SenateFavorable report with proposal of amendment by Committee on Judiciary
2017-04-21SenateNew Business/Second Reading
2017-04-20SenateFavorable report with proposal of amendment by Committee on Judiciary
2017-03-23SenateRead 1st time & referred to Committee on Judiciary
2017-03-22HouseRead Third time
2017-03-21HouseThird Reading Ordered
2017-03-21HouseReport of Committee on Judiciary agreed to.
2017-03-21HouseRep. Burditt of West Rutland reported for the committee on Judiciary
2017-03-21HouseRead Second Time
2017-02-01HouseRead First Time and Referred to the Committee on Judiciary

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