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Thursday, April 17, 2014
101st DAY OF THE ADJOURNED SESSION
House Convenes at 1:00 P.M.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page No.
ACTION CALENDAR
Third Reading
H. 586
Improving the quality of State waters ............................................. 2097
Favorable
H. 870
The merger of the Town of Pittsford and the Pittsford Fire District No.
1 ................................................................................................................... 2097
Rep. Lewis for Government Operations
Senate Proposal of Amendment
H. 123
Lyme disease and other tick-borne illnesses ................................... 2097
H. 356
Prohibiting littering in or on the waters of the State ....................... 2099
H. 373
Updating and reorganizing Title 33 ................................................. 2101
Action Under Rule 52
J.R.H. 20
Authorizing Green Mountain Boys State educational program to use
the State House ............................................................................................ 2101
NOTICE CALENDAR
Favorable with Amendment
S. 40
An act relating to establishing an interim committee that will develop
policies to restore the 1980 ratio of state funding to student tuition at Vermont
State Colleges and to make higher education more affordable ................... 2101
Rep. Buxton for Education
S. 299
An act relating to sampler flights ..................................................... 2103
Rep. Stevens for General, Housing and Military Affairs
Ordered to Lie
S. 91
An act relating to privatization of public schools .............................. 2106
Consent Calendar
H.C.R. 309
Congratulating the Reporter newspaper on winning eight 2014
New England Newspaper and Press Association awards ............................ 2106
H.C.R. 310
Congratulating the Town of Weybridge on winning State and
Addison County honors in the Vermont Home Energy Challenge ............. 2106
H.C.R. 311
Congratulating 2014 Vermont Spelling Bee champion, Liam
Lustberg ....................................................................................................... 2106
H.C.R. 312
Congratulating the 2014 Division II Lyndon Institute Vikings
championship boys’ basketball team ........................................................... 2106
H.C.R. 313
Congratulating the 2014 Proctor High School Lady Phantoms
Division IV championship girls’ basketball team ....................................... 2107
H.C.R. 314
Congratulating the 2013 Peoples Academy Lady Wolves Division
III championship girls’ soccer team ............................................................ 2107
H.C.R. 315
Congratulating the 2014 Danville High School Division IV
championship boys’ basketball team ........................................................... 2107
H.C.R. 316
Commemorating the third annual Turkic Cultural Day in Vermont
..................................................................................................................... 2107
H.C.R. 317
Congratulating the 2014 Mt. Abraham Union High School
Division II championship girls’ basketball team ......................................... 2107
H.C.R. 318
Commemorating the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Plattsburgh
and honoring those who fought on Lake Champlain’s western shore ......... 2107
H.C.R. 319
Congratulating Chloe Johnson of Fairfield on her service as the
2013 Miss Vermont Outstanding Teen ........................................................ 2107
H.C.R. 320
In memory of Brandon Allen Gleason of Enosburg Falls ....... 2107
H.C.R. 321
Congratulating the 2014 Black River High School State rock
climbing championship team ....................................................................... 2107
H.C.R. 322
Designating April 23, 2014 as Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans
Honor and Appreciation Day and recognizing their service and sacrifice on
behalf of our nation ..................................................................................... 2107
H.C.R. 323
Congratulating the 2014 University of Vermont Catamounts
America East Regular Season title winning men’s basketball team ........... 2107
H.C.R. 324
Congratulating the Vermont-associated 2014 U.S. Winter Olympic
Team members ............................................................................................ 2107
H.C.R. 325
Congratulating Jeanelle Achee of Rochester on her service as the
2013 Miss Vermont ..................................................................................... 2107
H.C.R. 326
Congratulating the 2013 Randolph Union High School Galloping
Ghosts Division II championship baseball team ......................................... 2108
H.C.R. 327
Congratulating Madison Cota on being named the 2014 Miss
Vermont Teen USA ..................................................................................... 2108
H.C.R. 328
Commemorating the 150th anniversary of the St. Albans Raid2108
H.C.R. 329
Designating April 30, 2014 as National Walk@Lunch Day in
Vermont ....................................................................................................... 2108
S.C.R. 55
Senate concurrent resolution congratulating the NorthWoods
Stewardship Center on its 25th anniversary ................................................ 2108
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ORDERS OF THE DAY
ACTION CALENDAR
Third Reading
H. 586
An act relating to improving the quality of State waters
Favorable
H. 870
An act relating to the merger of the Town of Pittsford and the Pittsford Fire
District No. 1
Rep. Lewis of Berlin
, for the Committee on
Government Operations,
recommends the bill ought to pass.
( Committee Vote: 8-0-3)
Senate Proposal of Amendment
H. 123
An act relating to Lyme disease and other tick-borne illnesses
The Senate proposes to the House to amend the bill as follows:
First:
By striking out Sec. 2 in its entirety and inserting in lieu thereof a
new Sec. 2 to read as follows:
Sec. 2.
PURPOSE
The purpose of this act is to ensure that patients have access to treatment for
Lyme disease and other tick-borne illnesses in accordance with their needs, the
clinical judgment of their physicians, and any of the guidelines referenced in
Sec. 3(4) of this act.
Second:
By striking out Sec. 3 in its entirety and inserting in lieu thereof a
new Sec. 3 to read as follows:
Sec. 3.
POLICY STATEMENT
A policy statement clearly communicating the following shall be issued by
the Vermont State Board of Medical Practice to physicians licensed pursuant
to 26 V.S.A. chapter 23 and to physician assistants licensed pursuant to
26 V.S.A. chapter 31; the Vermont Board of Osteopathic Physicians to
physicians
licensed
pursuant
to
26
V.S.A.
chapter
33;
the
Office
of
Professional Regulation to naturopathic physicians licensed pursuant to 26
V.S.A. chapter 81; and the Vermont Board of Nursing to advanced practice
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registered nurses licensed pursuant to 26 V.S.A. chapter 28:
(1)
a physician, physician assistant, naturopathic physician, or nurse
practitioner, as appropriate, shall document the basis for diagnosis of and
treatment for Lyme disease, other tick-borne illness, or coinfection in a
patient’s medical record;
(2)
a physician, physician assistant, naturopathic physician, or nurse
practitioner, as appropriate, shall obtain a patient’s informed consent regarding
the potential inaccuracy of a diagnostic Lyme disease test prior to its
administration;
(3)
a physician, physician assistant, naturopathic physician, or nurse
practitioner, as appropriate, shall obtain a patient’s informed consent in writing
prior to administering any proposed long-term treatment for Lyme disease,
other tick-borne illness, or coinfection; and
(4)
the Board or Office of Professional Regulation shall not pursue
disciplinary
action
against
a
physician,
physician
assistant,
naturopathic
physician, or nurse practitioner,
as appropriate, solely for the use of medical
care recognized by the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention, Infectious Diseases Society of America, or International Lyme and
Associated Diseases Society for the treatment of a patient’s symptoms when
the patient is clinically diagnosed with Lyme disease or other tick-borne
illness; however, this does not preclude discipline for errors, omissions, or
other unprofessional conduct when practicing within such guidelines.
Third:
By adding a new section to be numbered Sec. 4 to read as follows:
Sec. 4.
REPORT
On or before January 15, 2015 and 2016 the Commissioner of Health shall
report to the House Committee on Health Care and to the Senate Committee on
Health and Welfare on the following:
(1)
the trends in the spread of Lyme disease and other tick-borne
illnesses throughout Vermont, including a description of the surveillance
criteria used in evaluating the spread of these diseases; and
(2)
the Department of Health’s public education initiatives to date
regarding the prevention and treatment of Lyme disease and other tick-borne
illnesses, including an assessment of each initiative’s effectiveness.
And by renumbering the remaining section to be numerically correct.
(For text see House Journal March 11, 2014 )
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H. 356
An act relating to prohibiting littering in or on the waters of the State
The Senate proposes to the House to amend the bill by striking all after the
enacting clause and inserting in lieu thereof the following:
Sec. 1.
24 V.S.A. § 2201 is amended to read:
§ 2201.
THROWING, DEPOSITING, BURNING, AND DUMPING
REFUSE; PENALTY; SUMMONS AND COMPLAINT
(a)(1)
Prohibition.
Every person shall be responsible for proper disposal
of his or her own solid waste.
A person shall not throw, dump, deposit, cause,
or permit to be thrown, dumped, or deposited any solid waste as defined in
10 V.S.A. § 6602, refuse of whatever nature, or any noxious thing in or on
lands or waters of the State outside a solid waste management facility certified
by the Agency of Natural Resources.
(2)
It shall be prima facie evidence There shall be a rebuttable
presumption that a person who is identifiable from an examination of illegally
disposed solid waste is the person who violated a provision of this section.
(2)(3)
No person shall burn or cause to be burned in the open or
incinerate in any container, furnace, or other device any solid waste without:
(A)
first having obtained all necessary permits from the Agency of
Natural
Resources,
the
district
environmental
commission,
and
the
municipality where the burning is to take place; and
(B)
complying with all relevant State and local regulations and
ordinances.
(b)
Prosecution of violations.
A person who violates a provision of this
section commits a civil violation and shall be subject to a civil penalty of not
more than $500.00.
This violation shall be enforceable in the Judicial Bureau
pursuant to the provisions of 4 V.S.A. chapter 29 in an action that may be
brought by a municipal attorney, solid waste management district attorney,
environmental enforcement officer employed
by the Agency of Natural
Resources, grand juror, or designee of the legislative body of the municipality,
or by any duly authorized law enforcement officer.
If the throwing, placing, or
depositing was done from a snowmobile, vessel, or motor vehicle, except a
motor bus, it shall be prima facie evidence there shall be a rebuttable
presumption that the throwing, placing, or depositing was done by the driver
operator of such snowmobile, vessel, or motor vehicle.
Nothing in this section
shall be construed as affecting the operation of an automobile graveyard or
salvage yard as defined in section 2241 of this title, nor shall anything in this
section be construed as prohibiting the installation and use of appropriate
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receptacles for solid waste provided by the State or towns.
(c)
Roadside cleanup.
A person found in violation of this section may be
assigned to spend up to 80 hours collecting trash or litter from a specified
segment of roadside or from a specified area of public property.
(d)
The Commissioner of Motor Vehicles shall suspend the motor vehicle
operator’s license or operating privilege of a person found in violation of this
section for a period of ten days if the person fails to pay the penalty set forth in
subsection (b) of this section.
This provision shall not apply if the only
evidence of violation is the presumption set forth in subsection (b) of this
section.
The Bureau shall immediately notify the Commissioner of Motor
Vehicles of the entry of judgment.
[Repealed.]
(e)
Revocation of hunting, fishing, or trapping license.
The Commissioner
of Fish and Wildlife shall revoke the privilege of a person found in violation of
this section from holding a hunting or, fishing, or trapping license, or both, for
a period of one year from the date of the conviction, if the person fails to pay
the penalty set forth in subsection (b) of this section.
The Bureau shall
immediately notify the Commissioner of Fish and Wildlife of the entry of
judgment.
(f)
[Deleted.]
[Repealed.]
(g)
Amendment of complaint.
A person authorized to enforce this section
may amend or dismiss a complaint issued by that person by marking the
complaint and returning it to the Judicial Bureau.
At the hearing, a person
authorized to enforce this section may amend or dismiss a complaint issued by
that person, subject to the approval of the hearing judge.
(h)
[Deleted.]
[Repealed.]
(i)
Applicability.
Enforcement actions taken under this section shall in no
way preclude the Agency of Natural Resources, the Attorney General, or an
appropriate State prosecutor from initiating other or further enforcement
actions under the civil, administrative, or criminal enforcement provisions of
10 V.S.A. chapter 23, 47, 159, 201, or 211.
To the extent that enforcement
under this section is by an environmental enforcement officer employed by the
Agency of Natural Resources, enforcement under this section shall preclude
other enforcement by the agency Agency for the same offence.
(j)
Definitions.
As used in this section:
(1)
“Motor vehicle” shall have the same meaning as in 23 V.S.A.
§ 4(21).
(2)
“Snowmobile” shall have the same meaning as in 23 V.S.A. § 3801.
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(3)
“Vessel” means motor boats, boats, kayaks, canoes, sailboats, and all
other types of watercraft.
(4)
“Waters” shall have the same meaning as in 10 V.S.A. § 1251(13).
Sec. 2.
1 V.S.A. § 377 is added to read:
§ 377.
GREEN UP DAY; RIVER GREEN UP MONTH
(a)
The first Saturday in the month of May is designated as Green Up Day.
(b)
September of each year is designated as River Green Up Month.
Sec. 3.
EFFECTIVE DATE
This act shall take effect on July 1, 2014.
(For text see House Journal January 28, 2014 )
H. 373
An act relating to updating and reorganizing Title 33
The Senate proposes to the House to amend the bill as follows:
First:
In Sec. 112, 15 V.S.A. § 1140(b), in subdivisions (10) and (13), by
striking out “Network Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault” and
inserting in lieu thereof Network Against Domestic and Sexual Violence
Second:
In Sec. 135, effective dates, after the following: “§ 4809)” by
inserting the word shall
(For text see House Journal January 30, 2014 )
Action Under Rule 52
J.R.H. 20
Joint resolution authorizing Green Mountain Boys State educational program
to use the State House
(For text see House Journal 4/15/2014)
NOTICE CALENDAR
Favorable with Amendment
S. 40
An act relating to establishing an interim committee that will develop
policies to restore the 1980 ratio of state funding to student tuition at Vermont
State Colleges and to make higher education more affordable
Rep. Buxton of Tunbridge,
for the Committee on
Education,
recommends
that the House propose to the Senate that the bill be amended by striking all
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after the enacting clause and inserting in lieu thereof the following:
Sec. 1.
INTERIM STUDY OF HIGHER EDUCATION FUNDING; REPORT
(a)
The higher education subcommittee of the Prekindergarten-16 Council
established in 16 V.S.A. § 2905 shall study and develop proposed policies to
make the Vermont State Colleges (VSC) and the University of Vermont
(UVM) more affordable for Vermont residents by lowering costs and restoring
the 1980 ratio of State funding to tuition costs and by restoring funding to the
Vermont Student Assistance Corporation (VSAC) incentive grant program to
reduce the difference
between the VSAC incentive grant and the VSC and
UVM tuition rates to the amount of that difference in 1980.
(b)
In addition to the members of the higher education subcommittee
identified in 16 V.S.A. § 2905(d), the following individuals shall be members
of the subcommittee solely for purposes of this interim study:
(1)
one UVM faculty member to be appointed by United Professions
American Federation of Teachers Vermont;
(2)
one VSC faculty member to be appointed by United Professions
American Federation of Teachers Vermont;
(3)
two students, one from UVM and one from VSC, at least one of
whom is a current or past recipient of a VSAC incentive grant, appointed by
their respective student government associations; and
(4)
one VSAC outreach program counselor to be appointed by the
VSAC President.
(c)
Powers and duties.
(1)
The subcommittee shall develop proposed policies to:
(A)
lower student and family costs and debt so that UVM and VSC
are more affordable for Vermonters;
(B)
return to the 1980 level of State funding for the student tuition
support ratio for UVM and VSC; and
(C)
restore funding to the VSAC incentive grant program to reduce
the difference between the VSAC incentive grant and the VSC and UVM
tuition rates to the amount of that difference in 1980.
(2)
In
developing
the proposed
policies,
the
subcommittee
shall
consider:
(A)
higher education funding for state colleges and universities in
other states, with a particular focus on tuition ratios and funding methods
supporting students and public institutions;
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(B)
the best policies for increasing the enrollment of Vermont
students and keeping students in Vermont after they graduate from college;
(C)
total spending as compared to instructional spending, and how
institutional spending affects student costs;
(D)
the uses of VSAC incentive grant funds, including the portability
of use for attendance at in-state and out-of-state institutions;
(E)
how to minimize the financial impact of living expenses on
student costs; and
(F)
any information available regarding the impact of VSC and UVM
graduates and VSAC incentive grant recipients on Vermont’s economy and on
job creation and retention.
(d)
The chair of the Prekindergarten-16 Council shall convene the first
meeting of the interim subcommittee to occur on or before July 1, 2014, at
which meeting the members shall elect a chair or co-chairs.
On or before
January 15, 2015, the subcommittee shall report to the General Assembly on
its findings and any recommendations for legislative action.
(e)
The subcommittee may meet no more than six times between July 1,
2014 and January 15, 2015 for the purposes of this interim study.
For
attendance
at
meetings
during
adjournment
of
the
General
Assembly,
legislative members of the subcommittee shall be entitled to compensation and
reimbursement for expenses under 2 V.S.A. § 406, and other members of the
subcommittee who are not employees of the State of Vermont may be
reimbursed at the per diem rate under 32 V.S.A. § 1010 if not otherwise
compensated or benefited.
Sec. 2.
EFFECTIVE DATE
This act shall take effect on passage.
and that after passage the title of the bill be amended to read:
“An act relating
to establishing an interim committee that will develop proposed policies to
restore the 1980 ratio of State funding to student tuition at Vermont State
Colleges and to make higher education more affordable”.
(Committee vote: 10-0-1 )
(For text see Senate Journal March 28, 29 2013 )
S. 299
An act relating to sampler flights
Rep. Stevens of Waterbury,
for the Committee on
General, Housing and
Military Affairs,
recommends that the House propose to the Senate that the
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bill be amended by striking all after the enacting clause and inserting in lieu
thereof the following:
Sec. 1.
PURPOSE
The purpose of this act is to allow wholesale dealers to offer tastings of malt
or vinous beverages to the management and staff of businesses who have
applied for first- or second-class licenses but have yet to receive the license
from the Department of Liquor Control, provided that the local control
commission has approved the liquor license.
This will enable the management
of new businesses to taste and choose malt or vinous beverages and to print
their menus and otherwise make the start-up of their businesses easier.
Sec. 2.
7 V.S.A. § 67 is amended to read:
§ 67.
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE TASTINGS; PERMIT; PENALTIES
* * *
(d)
Promotional alcoholic beverage tasting:
* * *
(4)
Upon receipt of a
first- or second-class application by the
Department, a holder of a wholesale dealer’s license may dispense malt or
vinous beverages
for
promotional
purposes
without
charge
to
invited
management and staff of a business that has applied for a first- or second-class
license, provided they are of legal drinking age.
The event shall be held on the
premises of the first- or second-class applicant.
The first- or second-class
applicant shall be responsible for complying with all applicable laws under this
title.
No malt or vinous beverages shall be left behind.
No permit is required
under this subdivision, but the wholesale dealer shall provide written notice of
the event to the Department at least five days prior to the date of the tasting.
The Department shall post notice of the pending application on its website.
* * *
Sec. 3.
7 V.S.A. § 2 is amended to read:
§ 2.
DEFINITIONS
The following words as used in this title, unless a contrary meaning is
required by the context, shall have the following meaning:
* * *
(37)
“Sampler flight”
means a flight, ski, paddle, or any similar device
by design or name intended to hold alcoholic beverage samples for the purpose
of comparison.
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Sec. 4.
7 V.S.A. § 222 is amended to read:
§ 222.
FIRST AND SECOND CLASS FIRST- AND SECOND-CLASS
LICENSES, GRANTING OF; SALE TO MINORS; CONTRACTING
FOR FOOD SERVICE
With the approval of the Liquor Control Board, the Control Commissioners
may grant to a retail dealer for the premises where the dealer carries on
business the following:
* * *
(5)(A)
The holder of a first-class license may serve a sampler flight of
up to 32 ounces in the aggregate of malt beverages to a single customer at one
time;
(B)
The holder of a first-class license may serve a sampler flight of
up to 12 ounces in the aggregate of vinous beverages to a single customer at
one time; and
(C)
The holder of a third-class license may serve a sampler flight of
up to four ounces in the aggregate of spirituous liquors to a single customer at
one time.
Sec. 5.
7 V.S.A. § 66 is amended to read:
§ 66.
MALT AND VINOUS BEVERAGE SHIPPING LICENSE; IN STATE;
OUT OF STATE; PROHIBITIONS; PENALTIES
* * *
(c)
A manufacturer or rectifier of vinous beverages that is licensed in-state
or out-of-state and holds valid state State and federal permits and operates a
winery in the United States, may apply for a retail shipping license by filing
with the Department of Liquor Control an application in a form required by the
Department accompanied by a copy of its in-state or out-of-state license and
the fee as required by subdivision 231(a)(7)(C) of this title.
The retail shipping
license may be renewed annually by filing the renewal fee as required by
subdivision 231(a)(7)(C) of this title accompanied by the licensee’s current in-
state or out-of-state manufacturer’s license.
This license permits the holder,
which includes the holder’s affiliates, franchises, and subsidiaries, to sell up to
5,000 gallons of vinous beverages a year directly to first first- or second class
second-class licensees and deliver the beverages by common carrier or, the
manufacturer’s or rectifier’s own vehicles vehicle, or the vehicle of an
employee of a manufacturer or rectifier, provided that the beverages are sold
on invoice, and no more than 100 gallons per month are sold to any single first
first- or second class second-class licensee.
The retail shipping license holder
shall report to the Department documentation of the annual and monthly
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number of gallons sold.
Vinous beverages under this section may be delivered
by the vehicle of a second-class license holder if the second-class licensee
cannot obtain the vinous beverages from a wholesale dealer.
* * *
Sec. 6.
EFFECTIVE DATE
This act shall take effect on July 1, 2014.
(Committee vote: 7-0-1 )
(For text see Senate Journal February 11, 2014 )
Ordered to Lie
S. 91
An act relating to privatization of public schools.
Pending Question: Shall the House propose to the Senate to amend the bill
as offered by Rep. Turner of Milton?
Consent Calendar
Concurrent Resolutions
The following concurrent resolutions have been introduced for approval by
the Senate and House and will be adopted automatically unless a Senator or
Representative requests floor consideration before the end of the session of the
next legislative day.
Requests for floor consideration in either chamber should
be communicated to the Secretary’s office and/or the House Clerk’s office,
respectively.
For text of resolutions, see Addendum to House Calendar and
Senate Calendar.
H.C.R. 309
House concurrent resolution congratulating
the
Reporter
newspaper on
winning eight 2014 New England Newspaper and Press Association awards
H.C.R. 310
House concurrent resolution congratulating the Town of Weybridge on
winning State and Addison County honors in the Vermont Home Energy
Challenge
H.C.R. 311
House concurrent resolution congratulating 2014 Vermont Spelling Bee
champion, Liam Lustberg
H.C.R. 312
House concurrent resolution congratulating the 2014 Division II Lyndon
Institute Vikings championship boys’ basketball team
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H.C.R. 313
House concurrent resolution congratulating the 2014 Proctor High School
Lady Phantoms Division IV championship girls’ basketball team
H.C.R. 314
House concurrent resolution congratulating the 2013 Peoples Academy Lady
Wolves Division III championship girls’ soccer team
H.C.R. 315
House concurrent resolution congratulating the 2014 Danville High School
Division IV championship boys’ basketball team
H.C.R. 316
House concurrent resolution commemorating the third annual Turkic Cultural
Day in Vermont
H.C.R. 317
House concurrent resolution congratulating the 2014 Mt. Abraham Union High
School Division II championship girls’ basketball team
H.C.R. 318
House concurrent resolution commemorating the 200th anniversary of the
Battle of Plattsburgh and honoring those who fought on Lake Champlain’s
western shore
H.C.R. 319
House concurrent resolution congratulating Chloe Johnson of Fairfield on her
service as the 2013 Miss Vermont Outstanding Teen
H.C.R. 320
House concurrent resolution in memory of Brandon Allen Gleason of
Enosburg Falls
H.C.R. 321
House concurrent resolution congratulating the 2014 Black River High School
State rock climbing championship team
H.C.R. 322
House concurrent resolution designating April 23, 2014 as Iraq and
Afghanistan Veterans Honor and Appreciation Day and recognizing their
service and sacrifice on behalf of our nation
H.C.R. 323
House concurrent resolution congratulating the 2014 University of Vermont
Catamounts America East Regular Season title winning men’s basketball team
H.C.R. 324
House concurrent resolution congratulating the Vermont-associated 2014 U.S.
Winter Olympic Team members
H.C.R. 325
House concurrent resolution congratulating Jeanelle Achee of Rochester on her
service as the 2013 Miss Vermont
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H.C.R. 326
House concurrent resolution congratulating the 2013 Randolph Union High
School Galloping Ghosts Division II championship baseball team
H.C.R. 327
House concurrent resolution congratulating Madison Cota on being named the
2014 Miss Vermont Teen USA
H.C.R. 328
House concurrent resolution commemorating the 150th anniversary of the St.
Albans Raid
H.C.R. 329
House concurrent resolution designating April 30, 2014 as National
Walk@Lunch Day in Vermont
S.C.R. 55
Senate concurrent resolution congratulating the NorthWoods Stewardship
Center on its 25th anniversary
Information Notice
All requests for House Concurrent Resolutions must be in Michael Chernick's
hands by the end of the day on April 22nd.
Thank You.