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H.R.25

House resolution encouraging the Senate of the State of Vermont in 2019 to initiate a proposal for a State constitutional amendment to remove from the Vermont Constitution all language authorizing slavery or indentured servitude

Rep. Brian Cina , Rep. Janet Ancel, Rep. John Bartholomew, Rep. Fred Baser, Rep. Paul Belaski, Rep. Timothy Briglin, Rep. Jessica Brumsted, Rep. Mollie Burke, Rep. Robin Chesnut-Tangerman, Rep. Annmarie Christensen, Rep. Kevin Christie, Rep. Selene Colburn, Rep. Peter Conlon, Rep. Daniel Connor, Rep. Charles "Chip" Conquest, Rep. Sarah Copeland-Hanzas, Rep. Anne Donahue, Rep. Johannah Donovan, Rep. Elizabeth Dunn, Rep. Peter Fagan, Rep. Robert Forguites, Rep. Douglas Gage, Rep. Marcia Gardner, Rep. Diana Gonzalez, Rep. Sandy Haas, Rep. Helen Head, Rep. Mary Hooper, Rep. Philip Hooper, Rep. Lori Houghton, Rep. Mary Howard, Rep. Kimberly Jessup, Rep. Benjamin Jickling, Rep. Ben Joseph, Rep. Warren Kitzmiller, Rep. Jill Krowinski, Rep. William Lippert, Rep. Emily Long, Rep. Gabrielle Lucke, Rep. Terence Macaig, Rep. James Masland, Rep. James McCullough, Rep. Francis McFaun, Rep. Alice Miller, Rep. Ruqaiyah "Kiah" Morris, Rep. Michael Mrowicki, Rep. Carol Ode, Rep. David Potter, Rep. Ann Pugh, Rep. Barbara Rachelson, Rep. David Sharpe, Rep. Amy Sheldon, Rep. Thomas Stevens, Rep. Valerie Stuart, Rep. Linda Sullivan, Rep. Mary Sullivan, Rep. George Till, Rep. Tristan Toleno, Rep. Catherine Toll, Rep. Maida Townsend, Rep. Joseph "Chip" Troiano, Rep. Cynthia Weed, Rep. Janssen Willhoit, Rep. Theresa Wood, Rep. Michael Yantachka
House Committee on Government Operations
5/4/2018 - Read First time, treated as a bill, and referred to committee on Government Operations
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House Committee on Government Operations
Last Recorded Action
House 5/4/2018 - Read First time, treated as a bill, and referred to committee on Government Operations
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House resolution encouraging the Senate of the State of Vermont in 2019 to initiate a proposal for a State constitutional amendment to remove from the Vermont Constitution all language authorizing slavery or indentured servitude

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2017-2018 Legislative Session
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House resolution encouraging the Senate of the State of Vermont in 2019 to initiate a proposal for a State constitutional amendment to remove from the Vermont Constitution all language authorizing slavery or indentured servitude

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2017-2018 Legislative Session
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Michael Chernick, Legislative Counsel

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