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H.506 (Act 48)

An act relating to professions and occupations regulated by the Office of Professional Regulation

House Committee on Government Operations
5/23/2017 - House message: Governor approved bill on May 23, 2017
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Senate 5/23/2017 - House message: Governor approved bill on May 23, 2017
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An act relating to professions and occupations regulated by the Office of Professional Regulation

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An act relating to professions and occupations regulated by the Office of Professional Regulation

Committee Meetings

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Meeting Date Committee
An act relating to professions and occupations regulated by the Office of Professional Regulation

Meeting Full List

2017-2018 Legislative Session
Wednesday, March 15, 2017
Committee(s):
House Committee on Government Operations
10 minutes after the Floor adjourns

H.506 - An act relating to professions and occupations regulated by the Office of Professional Regulation

Colin Benjamin, Director, Office of Professional Regulation, Secretary of State's Office
Chris Winters, Deputy Secretary, Secretary of State's Office
BetsyAnn Wrask, Legislative Counsel, Office of Legislative Council
Gabriel Gilman, Counsel, Office of Professional Regulation, Secretary of State's Office

Wednesday, April 5, 2017
Committee(s):
Senate Committee on Government Operations
-after the floor

H.506 - An act relating to professions and occupations regulated by the Office of Professional Regulation

Colin Benjamin, Director, Office of Professional Regulation, Secretary of State's Office
BetsyAnn Wrask, Legislative Counsel, Office of Legislative Council
Gabriel Gilman, Counsel, Office of Professional Regulation, Secretary of State's Office

Tuesday, April 11, 2017
Committee(s):
Senate Committee on Government Operations
1:15 PM

H.506 - An act relating to professions and occupations regulated by the Office of Professional Regulation

Continuation of the walk thru

Colin Benjamin, Director, Office of Professional Regulation, Secretary of State's Office
Gabriel Gilman, Counsel, Office of Professional Regulation, Secretary of State's Office
John Hollar, Lobbyist, Real Estate Valuation Advocacy Association
Chris D'Elia, President, Vermont Bankers' Association
Chris Rice, Lobbyist, MMRVT
BetsyAnn Wrask, Legislative Counsel, Office of Legislative Council

Tuesday, April 18, 2017
Committee(s):
Senate Committee on Government Operations
2:30 PM

H.506 - An act relating to professions and occupations regulated by the Office of Professional Regulation

Chris Winters, Deputy Secretary, Secretary of State's Office
Gabriel Gilman, Counsel, Office of Professional Regulation, Secretary of State's Office
Tucker Anderson, Law Clerk, Office of Legislative Council

Tuesday, April 25, 2017
Committee(s):
Senate Committee on Government Operations
1:00 PM

H.506 - An act relating to professions and occupations regulated by the Office of Professional Regulation

Draft 2.1 - Vote

BetsyAnn Wrask, Legislative Counsel, Office of Legislative Council
Chris Winters, Deputy Secretary, Secretary of State's Office

Tuesday, May 2, 2017
Committee(s):
House Committee on Government Operations
3:00 PM

H.506 - An act relating to professions and occupations regulated by the Office of Professional Regulation

BetsyAnn Wrask, Legislative Counsel, Office of Legislative Council
Colin Benjamin, Director, Office of Professional Regulation, Secretary of State's Office

An act relating to professions and occupations regulated by the Office of Professional Regulation

Witnesses Who Testified

2017-2018 Legislative Session
House Committee on Government Operations
  • Colin Benjamin, Director, Office of Professional Regulation, Secretary of State's Office
  • Gabriel Gilman, Counsel, Office of Professional Regulation, Secretary of State's Office
  • Chris Winters, Deputy Secretary, Secretary of State's Office
  • BetsyAnn Wrask, Legislative Counsel, Office of Legislative Council
Senate Committee on Government Operations
  • Tucker Anderson, Law Clerk, Office of Legislative Council
  • Colin Benjamin, Director, Office of Professional Regulation, Secretary of State's Office
  • Chris D'Elia, President, Vermont Bankers' Association
  • Gabriel Gilman, Counsel, Office of Professional Regulation, Secretary of State's Office
  • John Hollar, Lobbyist, Real Estate Valuation Advocacy Association
  • Chris Rice, Lobbyist, MMRVT
  • Chris Winters, Deputy Secretary, Secretary of State's Office
  • BetsyAnn Wrask, Legislative Counsel, Office of Legislative Council

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An act relating to professions and occupations regulated by the Office of Professional Regulation

Statutes Affected

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Staff & Other Information

Staff
BetsyAnn Wrask, Legislative Counsel
Notes
H.345 As Introduced was incorporated into 2017, No. 48 (H.506), Secs. 33 and 34.

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