Week 13 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, April 4 — View full Journal
    • H.519 – An act relating to capital construction and state bonding
      • I voted to support the capital spending and state bonding bill through the second stage of passage (preliminary approval). The bill allocates dollars to fund capital projects, water and lake cleanup efforts, and important investments in Vermont’s future. The bill received unanimous support.
  • Wednesday, April 5 — View full Journal
    • H.519 – An act relating to capital construction and state bonding
      • I voted to support the capital spending and state bonding bill through the third stage of passage (final approval) for the reasons listed above (see April 5). Prior to final passage, two technical/reporting requirement amendments were offered up by Reps. Anne Donahue and David Deen. Both amendments were supported. The bill received unanimous support by a vote of 140-0.
    • H.368 – An act relating to creating a Cold Case Unit within the Vermont State Police
      • I voted to support this bill through the second stage of passage (preliminary approval) to direct the Department of Public Safety to designate two .4 FTE positions to investigate unsolved homicides and missing person cases. The bill received unanimous support.
    • S.69 – An act relating to employer’s compliance with an income withholding order from another state
      •  voted to support this bill through the second stage of passage (preliminary approval) to address conflicts under Vermont’s garnishment laws, bringing our state into compliance with uniform law. The bill received unanimous support.
  • Thursday, April 6 — View full Journal
    • S.5 – An act relating to plea agreements
      • **I was off the floor for a meeting when this vote occurred.
    • S.7 – An act relating to deferred sentences and the sex offender registry
      • I voted to support this bill through the second stage of passage (preliminary approval) to reform how sex offender registry processes work. The bill received unanimous support.
    • H.368 – An act relating to creating a Cold Case Unit within the Vermont State Police
      • I voted to support this bill through the third stage of passage (final approval) for the reasons outlined above (see April 5). The bill received unanimous support.
    • S.69 – An act relating to employer’s compliance with an income withholding order from another state
      • I voted to support this bill through the third stage of passage (final approval) for the reasons outlined above (April 5). The bill received unanimous support.
    • S.39 – An act relating to the repeal of the crime of obtaining maps and plans while at war
      • I voted to support this bill through the second stage of passage (preliminary approval) to repeal an outdated law about acquiring maps during wartime. The bill received unanimous support.
    • S.60 – An act relating to the repeal of 21 VSA sub 6
      • I voted to support this bill through the second stage of passage (preliminary approval) to repeal another archaic law that permitted the Commissioner of the Department of Labor to waive labor laws applicable to children and women. The bill received unanimous support.
  • Friday, April 7 — View full Journal
    • S.5 – An act relating to plea agreements
      • I voted to support this bill through the third stage of passage. The bill received unanimous support.
    • S.7 – An act relating to deferred sentences and the sex offender registry
      • I voted to support this bill through the third stage of passage (final approval) for the reasons listed above (see March 8). The bill received unanimous support.
    • H.368 – An act relating to creating a Cold Case Unit within the Vermont State Police
      • I voted to support this bill through the third stage of passage (final approval) for the reasons listed above (see March 8). The bill received unanimous support.
    • S.69 – An act relating to employer’s compliance with an income withholding order from another state
      • I voted to support this bill through the third stage of passage (final approval) for the reasons listed above (see March 8). The bill received unanimous support.
    •  S.39 – An act relating to the repeal of the crime of obtaining maps and plans while at war
      • I voted to support this bill through the third stage of passage (final approval) for the reasons listed above (see March 8). The bill received unanimous support.
    • S.60 – An act relating to the repeal of 21 VSA sub 6
      • I voted to support this bill through the third stage of passage (final approval) for the reasons listed above (see March 8). The bill received unanimous support.