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Passed Vermont Gun Law S0221

  this is an anti-gun bill
Legislation Overview

Title: An act relating to establishing extreme risk protection orders

Description: An act relating to establishing extreme risk protection orders

Session: 2017-2018 Session

Last Action: Signed by Governor on April 11, 2018

Last Action Date: April 11, 2018

Sponsors

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1 sponsors: Dick Sears (D);

Percentage of Senate sponsoring bill: 3% (1 of 30)

History
Chamber Date Action
Senate Apr 11, 2018 Signed by Governor on April 11, 2018
Senate Apr 6, 2018 Delivered to Governor on April 6, 2018
House Apr 6, 2018 Senate Message, House proposal of amendment concurred in
Senate Apr 5, 2018 House proposal of amendment concurred in
Senate Apr 5, 2018 New Business/House Proposal of Amendment
Senate Apr 5, 2018 House proposal of amendment; text
Senate Apr 5, 2018 As passed by Senate and House
Senate Apr 5, 2018 Roll Call, requested by Senator Collamore,  Passed -- Needed 16 of 30 to Pass -- Yeas = 30, Nays = 0
Senate Apr 4, 2018 House Proposal of Amendment
Senate Apr 4, 2018 Entered on Notice Calendar
Senate Apr 3, 2018 House message House passed bill in concurrence with proposal(s) of amendment
House Mar 30, 2018 Read Third time and Passed in Concurrence with Proposal of Amendment
House Mar 29, 2018 Report of Committee on Judiciary agreed to.
House Mar 29, 2018 Read Second Time
House Mar 29, 2018 Rep. Grad of Moretown reported for the committee on Judiciary
House Mar 29, 2018 Roll Call Results Passed -- Needed 69 of 136 to Pass -- Yeas = 136, Nays = 0
House Mar 29, 2018 Third Reading Ordered
House Mar 13, 2018 Read First Time and Referred to the Committee on Judiciary
Senate Mar 1, 2018 New Business/Third Reading
Senate Mar 1, 2018 Read 3rd time & passed on roll call, requested by Senator Sears, Passed -- Needed 16 of 30 to Pass -- Yeas = 30, Nays = 0
Senate Mar 1, 2018 Pending third reading, bill amended as moved by Senator(s) Sears
Senate Mar 1, 2018 Pending third reading, bill amended as moved by Senator(s) Sears
Senate Mar 1, 2018 Recommendation of amendment to be offered by Senator(s) Sears
Senate Feb 28, 2018 Read second time, reported favorably with recommendation of amendment by Senator Sears for Committee on Judiciary
Senate Feb 28, 2018 3rd reading ordered on roll call, requested by Senator Collamore, Passed -- Needed 16 of 30 to Pass -- Yeas = 30, Nays = 0
Senate Feb 28, 2018 Recommendation of amendment by Committee on Judiciary agreed to
Senate Feb 28, 2018 New Business/Second Reading
Senate Feb 27, 2018 Favorable report with recommendation of amendment by Committee onJudiciary
Senate Feb 27, 2018 Entered on Notice Calendar
Senate Jan 3, 2018 Read 1st time & referred to Committee on Judiciary
Texts
Type Date State Link Text
Chaptered Apr 16, 2018 state link bill text
Enrolled Apr 6, 2018 state link bill text
Engrossed Mar 13, 2018 state link bill text
Introduced Dec 20, 2017 state link bill text
Amendments
Title Description Date State Link Text Adopted
There are no amendments to this bill at this time
Votes

3rd reading ordered on roll call, requested by Senator Collamore, Passed -- Needed 16 of 30 to Pass -- Yeas = 30, Nays = 0

Read 3rd time & passed on roll call, requested by Senator Sears, Passed -- Needed 16 of 30 to Pass -- Yeas = 30, Nays = 0

Roll Call Results Passed -- Needed 69 of 136 to Pass -- Yeas = 136, Nays = 0

Roll Call, requested by Senator Collamore,  Passed -- Needed 16 of 30 to Pass -- Yeas = 30, Nays = 0

Link: link to state bill page

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