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H.541 (Act 71)

An act relating to changes that affect the revenue of the State

House Committee on Ways and Means
6/18/2019 - House message: Governor approved bill on June 18, 2019
Sponsor(s)
Last Recorded Action
Senate 6/18/2019 - House message: Governor approved bill on June 18, 2019
Bill/Resolution Text

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An act relating to changes that affect the revenue of the State

Detailed Status

Regular Session 2019-2020
Body Date Journal Calendar Location Full Status
An act relating to changes that affect the revenue of the State

Roll Call History

Regular Session 2019-2020
Body Date Journal Location Full Status

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An act relating to changes that affect the revenue of the State

Committee Meetings

Regular Session 2019-2020
Meeting Date Committee
An act relating to changes that affect the revenue of the State

Meeting Full List

Regular Session 2019-2020
No meeting history found for H.541 in the Regular Session 2019-2020.
An act relating to changes that affect the revenue of the State

Witnesses Who Testified

Regular Session 2019-2020
Committee of Conference
  • Graham Campbell, Fiscal Analyst, Tax and Revenue, Joint Fiscal Office
House Committee on Natural Resources, Fish, and Wildlife
  • Graham Campbell, Fiscal Analyst, Joint Fiscal Office
  • Doug Farnham, Senior Research Economist and the Director of Policy, Department of Taxes
  • Peter Griffin, Legislative Counsel, Office of Legislative Council
  • Brian Shupe, Executive Director, Vermont Natural Resources Council
House Committee on Ways and Means
  • Will Baker, Director of Legal Unit, Department of Taxes
  • Rep. Scott Beck, Sponsor
  • Joseph Bilodeau, President, Bilodeau Wells & Company
  • Darby Bradley, Calais
  • Dan Brown, Owner/Innkeeper, Swift House Inn
  • Graham Campbell, Fiscal Analyst, Joint Fiscal Office
  • Graham Campbell, Fiscal Analyst, Tax and Revenue, Joint Fiscal Office
  • Chris Cochran, Director of Community Planning & Revitalization, Housing and Community Development
  • Maura Collins, Executive Director, Vermont Housing Finance Agency
  • Maura Collins, Executive Director, Vermont Housing Finance Agency
  • Michael Costa, Deputy Commissioner, Department of Vermont Health Access (DVHA)
  • Matt Cota, Executive Director, Vermont Fuel Dealers Association
  • Doug Farnham, Senior Research Economist and the Director of Policy, Department of Taxes
  • Jake Feldman, Tax Research Statistician, Department of Taxes
  • Peter Griffin, Legislative Counsel, Office of Legislative Council
  • Karen Horn, Director, Public Policy & Advocacy, Vermont League of Cities and Towns
  • Jim Knapp, Counsel, First American Title, VT Bar Association Property Law Section
  • Wendy Knight, Commissioner, Department of Tourism and Marketing, Agency of Commerce and Community Development
  • Patricia Komline, Lobbyist, Vermont Independent Schools Association
  • Mark Langan, Attorney, Dinse, Knapp & McAndrew, P.C.
  • Joe Montano, Government Affairs Manager, Expedia Group
  • Brian Murphy, Attorney, Master Limited Partnership Association (MLPA).
  • Nancy Owens, President, Housing Vermont
  • Cheryl Read, Chief Administrative Officer, Champlain Housing Trust
  • Gloria Rice, Attorney, Rice & Riley, PLLC
  • Emily Richards, Health Information Exchange/Health Information Technology Integration Manager, Department of Vermont Health Access (DVHA)
  • Kaj Samsom, Commissioner, Department of Taxes
  • Brian Shupe, Executive Director, Vermont Natural Resources Council
  • Steve Shur, President, Travel Technology Association
  • Michael K. Smith, Interim President and CEO, Vermont Information Technology Leaders (VITL)
Senate Committee on Finance
  • Will Baker, Director of Legal Unit, Department of Taxes
  • Diane Bothfeld, Director of Administrative Services, Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets
  • Paul Bruhn, Executive Director, Preservation Trust of Vermont
  • Graham Campbell, Fiscal Analyst, Joint Fiscal Office
  • Graham Campbell, Fiscal Analyst, Tax and Revenue, Joint Fiscal Office
  • Chris Cochran, Director of Community Planning & Revitalization, Housing and Community Development
  • Maura Collins, Executive Director, Vermont Housing Finance Agency
  • Chris Donnelly, Director of Community Relations, Champlain Housing Trust
  • Doug Farnham, Senior Research Economist and the Director of Policy, Department of Taxes
  • Peter Griffin, Legislative Counsel, Office of Legislative Council
  • Karen Horn, Director, Public Policy & Advocacy, Vermont League of Cities and Towns
  • Sen. Jane Kitchel, Senate Committee on Appropriations
  • Stephen Klein, Chief Fiscal Officer, Joint Fiscal Office
  • Stephen Klein, Chief Legislative Fiscal Officer, Joint Fiscal Office
  • Margaret Laggis, Lobbyist, Green Mountain Dairy Farmers
  • Nolan Langweil, Senior Fiscal Analyst, Joint Fiscal Office
  • Ed Larson, Lobbyist, Vermont Forest Products Association
  • Erhard Mahnke, Coordinator, Vermont Affordable Housing Coalition
  • Paul Ralston, President, Vermont Coffee Company
  • Kaj Samsom, Commissioner, Department of Taxes
  • William Sayre, Economist, Bristol, VT
  • Brian Shupe, Executive Director, Vermont Natural Resources Council
  • Erin Sigrist, President, Vermont Retail & Grocers Association
  • Daniel G. Smith, IT Consultant for the Joint Fiscal Office
  • Michael K. Smith, Interim President and CEO, Vermont Information Technology Leaders (VITL)
  • Rebecca Wasserman, Legislative Counsel, Office of Legislative Council
  • Steve Webster, Landowner, Randolph
  • Stephen Whitaker, Telecom/IT Planning and Accountability Advocate, Montpelier

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An act relating to changes that affect the revenue of the State

Committee of Conference Members

Regular Session 2019-2020
An act relating to changes that affect the revenue of the State

Committee of Conference Meetings

Regular Session 2019-2020
Meeting Date Committee
An act relating to changes that affect the revenue of the State

Committee of Conference Meeting Full List

Regular Session 2019-2020
Tuesday, May 14, 2019
Committee(s):
Committee of Conference
1:00 PM

H.541 - An act relating to changes that affect the revenue of the State


Thursday, May 16, 2019
Committee(s):
Committee of Conference
1:00 PM

H.541 - An act relating to changes that affect the revenue of the State


Wednesday, May 22, 2019
Committee(s):
Committee of Conference
9:40 AM

H.541 - An act relating to changes that affect the revenue of the State

Graham Campbell, Fiscal Analyst, Tax and Revenue, Joint Fiscal Office

No committee of conference report found for H.541 in the Regular Session 2019-2020.

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Act


An act relating to changes that affect the revenue of the State

Statutes Affected

Regular Session 2019-2020

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Staff & Other Information

Staff
Peter Griffin, Legislative Counsel

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