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Front Page / May. 18, 2017 9:21am EDT

Capitol Journal

The following bills were passed at the State House, through Tuesday, May 16, 2017.

Bills Passed

• H.515, passed in the Senate on May 11 and the House on May 12, relates to executive branch and judiciary fees.

• H.238 is a bill relating to modernizing and reorganizing Title 7, and passed in both the House and Senate on May 11. This bill proposes to more accurately reflect current practices surrounding alcoholic beverages.

• S.9 is a bill relating to the inspection and preparation of poultry products. It was passed in both the Senate and House on May 10.

• S.50 proposes to require Medicaid and health insurance coverage for telemedicine services delivered in or outside a health care facility, and passed the House and the Senate on May 10.

• S.134 proposes to expand the scope and purpose of the court diversion and pretrial services. This bill passed the House and Senate on May 10.

• S.16 is a bill relating to expanding patient access to the Medical Marijuana Registry. It passed the House and the Senate on May 10.

• H.503 is an act relating to bail, with a goal of reducing the risk of nonappearance by defendants.

• H.22 is an act relating to the professional regulation of law enforcement officers by the Vermont Criminal Justice Training Council. It passed both the House and the Senate on May 10.

• H.143 proposes to establish automobile insurance requirements applicable to transportation network companies. It passed the Senate on May 10, and on May 11, the House referred the bill to the committee on Commerce and Economic Development

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