Week 6 – Voting Record

It’s important that you know where I stand on issues that come before the legislature. Below is a weekly summary of the votes I took in the previous week. I will provide weekly updates so you can review my record. My goal is transparency. If you have any questions about a vote, please email me at dylan@vtdylan.com or call (802) 734-8841.

All information on floor debates is available by viewing the House Journals available here. Once you’ve navigated to the General Assembly’s website linked above, select the relevant floor session date. There you can review details about the debate, Representative’s floor statements, vote totals and more.

Tuesday, February 7 – View full Journal

  • S.2 – An act relating to information sharing by the Commissioner of Financial Regulation
    • I voted to support this bill so the State’s financial and insurance regulator can share information without unnecessary bureaucratic requirements. The bill received unanimous support.
  • H.14 – An act relating to automated external defibrillators
    • I voted to support this bill through the second stage of passage (preliminary approval) because, under current law, it was not clear if nonprofit donations of automated external defibrillators were subject to liability. This bill’s passage ensures that such donations will not be subject to liability under the immunity provisions of Vermont’s AED statute. The bill received unanimous support.

Wednesday, February 8 – View full Journal

  • H.14 – An act relating to automated external defibrillators
    • I voted to support this bill through the third stage of passage (final approval) and on to the Senate for the reasons listed above under February 7. The bill received unanimous support.

Thursday, February 9 – View full Journal

  • H.143 – An act relating to automobile insurance requirements and transportation network companies
    • I voted to support this bill through the second stage of passage (preliminary approval) to ensure that drivers providing sources in emerging network transportation companies (e.g. Uber, etc.) carry acceptable levels of automobile insurance to protect consumers. This bill proposes to create a mandatory insurance level of: liability insurance in the amount of at least $50,000.00 for death and bodily injury per person, $100,000.00 for death and bodily injury per incident, and $25,000.00 for property damage. The bill received unanimous support.

Friday, February 10 – View full Journal

  • H.143 – An act relating to automobile insurance requirements and transportation network companies
    • I voted to support this bill through the third stage of passage (final approval) and on to the Senate for the reasons listed above under February 9. The bill received unanimous support.