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H.C.R.73 (Act R-98)

House concurrent resolution designating July 2017 as Parks and Recreation Month in Vermont

Rep. Peter Fagan , Rep. David Ainsworth, Rep. Janet Ancel, Sen. Timothy Ashe, Sen. Rebecca Balint, Rep. Robert Bancroft, Rep. John Bartholomew, Sen. Philip Baruth, Rep. Fred Baser, Rep. Lynn Batchelor, Rep. Scott Beck, Rep. Paul Belaski, Sen. Joseph Benning, Rep. Stephen Beyor, Rep. Clement Bissonnette, Rep. Thomas Bock, Rep. William Botzow, Sen. Carolyn Branagan, Sen. Christopher Bray, Rep. Patrick Brennan, Rep. Timothy Briglin, Sen. Francis Brooks, Rep. Cynthia Browning, Rep. Jessica Brumsted, Rep. Susan Buckholz, Rep. Thomas Burditt, Rep. Mollie Burke, Sen. Brian Campion, Rep. William Canfield, Rep. Stephen Carr, Rep. Robin Chesnut-Tangerman, Rep. Annmarie Christensen, Rep. Kevin Christie, Rep. Brian Cina, Sen. Alison Clarkson, Rep. Selene Colburn, Sen. Brian Collamore, Rep. James Condon, Rep. Peter Conlon, Rep. Daniel Connor, Rep. Charles "Chip" Conquest, Rep. Sarah Copeland-Hanzas, Rep. Timothy Corcoran, Sen. Ann Cummings, Rep. Lawrence Cupoli, Rep. Maureen Dakin, Rep. David Deen, Sen. Dustin Degree, Rep. Dennis Devereux, Rep. Eileen "Lynn" Dickinson, Rep. Anne Donahue, Rep. Johannah Donovan, Rep. Elizabeth Dunn, Rep. Alice Emmons, Rep. Martha Feltus, Rep. Rachael Fields, Sen. Margaret Flory, Rep. Robert Forguites, Rep. Robert Frenier, Rep. Douglas Gage, Rep. Marianna Gamache, Rep. John Gannon, Rep. Marcia Gardner, Rep. Dylan Giambatista, Rep. Diana Gonzalez, Rep. Maxine Grad, Rep. Rodney Graham, Rep. Adam Greshin, Rep. Sandy Haas, Rep. Helen Head, Rep. Michael Hebert, Rep. Robert Helm, Rep. Mark Higley, Rep. Matthew Hill, Rep. Mary Hooper, Rep. Philip Hooper, Rep. Lori Houghton, Rep. Mary Howard, Rep. Ronald Hubert, Sen. Deborah Ingram, Rep. Kimberly Jessup, Rep. Benjamin Jickling, Rep. Mitzi Johnson, Rep. Ben Joseph, Rep. Bernard Juskiewicz, Rep. Brian Keefe, Rep. Kathleen Keenan, Rep. Charles Kimbell, Sen. M. Jane Kitchel, Rep. Warren Kitzmiller, Rep. Jill Krowinski, Rep. Robert LaClair, Rep. Martin LaLonde, Rep. Diane Lanpher, Rep. Richard Lawrence, Rep. Paul Lefebvre, Rep. Patti Lewis, Rep. William Lippert, Rep. Emily Long, Rep. Gabrielle Lucke, Sen. Virginia Lyons, Rep. Terence Macaig, Sen. Mark MacDonald, Rep. Michael Marcotte, Rep. Marcia Martel, Rep. James Masland, Sen. Richard Mazza, Rep. Curtis McCormack, Sen. Richard McCormack, Rep. Patricia McCoy, Rep. James McCullough, Rep. Francis McFaun, Rep. Alice Miller, Rep. Ruqaiyah "Kiah" Morris, Rep. Mary Morrissey, Rep. Michael Mrowicki, Sen. Kevin Mullin, Rep. Barbara Murphy, Rep. Linda Myers, Sen. Alice Nitka, Rep. Gary Nolan, Rep. Terry Norris, Rep. Daniel Noyes, Rep. Jean O'Sullivan, Rep. Carol Ode, Rep. Oliver Olsen, Rep. Corey Parent, Rep. Carolyn Partridge, Rep. Albert Pearce, Sen. Christopher Pearson, Rep. Paul Poirier, Sen. Anthony Pollina, Rep. David Potter, Rep. Ann Pugh, Rep. Constance Quimby, Rep. Barbara Rachelson, Sen. John Rodgers, Rep. Carl Rosenquist, Rep. Brian Savage, Rep. Robin Scheu, Rep. Heidi Scheuermann, Sen. Richard Sears, Rep. David Sharpe, Rep. Charles Shaw, Rep. Amy Sheldon, Rep. Laura Sibilia, Sen. Michael Sirotkin, Rep. Brian Smith, Rep. Harvey Smith, Rep. Trevor Squirrell, Sen. Robert Starr, Rep. Thomas Stevens, Rep. Vicki Strong, Rep. Valerie Stuart, Rep. Linda Sullivan, Rep. Mary Sullivan, Rep. Job Tate, Rep. Curt Taylor, Rep. Thomas Terenzini, Rep. George Till, Rep. Tristan Toleno, Rep. Catherine Toll, Rep. Maida Townsend, Rep. Matthew Trieber, Rep. Joseph "Chip" Troiano, Rep. Donald Turner, Rep. Warren Van Wyck, Rep. Gary Viens, Rep. Tommy Walz, Rep. Kathryn Webb, Rep. Cynthia Weed, Sen. Richard Westman, Sen. Jeanette White, Rep. Janssen Willhoit, Rep. Theresa Wood, Rep. Kurt Wright, Rep. David Yacovone, Rep. Michael Yantachka, Rep. Samuel Young
3/17/2017 - Adopted in concurrence per Joint Rule 16b
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Senate 3/17/2017 - Adopted in concurrence per Joint Rule 16b
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House concurrent resolution designating July 2017 as Parks and Recreation Month in Vermont

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House concurrent resolution designating July 2017 as Parks and Recreation Month in Vermont

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House concurrent resolution designating July 2017 as Parks and Recreation Month in Vermont

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House concurrent resolution designating July 2017 as Parks and Recreation Month in Vermont

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House concurrent resolution designating July 2017 as Parks and Recreation Month in Vermont

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