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H.950 (Act 107)

An act relating to allowing remote witnesses for advance directives for a limited time

House Committee on Human Services
6/15/2020 - House message: Governor approved bill on June 15, 2020
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Last Recorded Action
Senate 6/15/2020 - House message: Governor approved bill on June 15, 2020
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An act relating to allowing remote witnesses for advance directives for a limited time

Detailed Status

Regular Session 2019-2020
Body Date Journal Calendar Location Full Status
An act relating to allowing remote witnesses for advance directives for a limited time

Roll Call History

Regular Session 2019-2020
Body Date Journal Location Full Status

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An act relating to allowing remote witnesses for advance directives for a limited time

Committee Meetings

Regular Session 2019-2020
Meeting Date Committee
An act relating to allowing remote witnesses for advance directives for a limited time

Meeting Full List

Regular Session 2019-2020
Tuesday, May 5, 2020
Committee(s):
House Committee on Human Services
2:00 PM

H.950 - An act relating to allowing remote witnesses for advance directives for a limited time

Advance Directives during COVID-19 Emergency

Jennifer Carbee, Deputy Chief Counsel, Office of Legislative Counsel
Cindy Bruzzese, Executive Director & Clinical Ethicist, Vermont Ethics Network
Olivia Graffeo-Cohen, Staff Attorney, Vermont Legal Aid
Therese Corsones, Executive Director, Vermont Bar Association
Glenn Jarrett, Chair, Elder Law Section, Vermont Bar Association
A.J. Ruben, Supervising Attorney, Disability Rights Vermont

Friday, May 8, 2020
Committee(s):
House Committee on Human Services
9:00 AM

H.950 - An act relating to allowing remote witnesses for advance directives for a limited time

Amendment

Jennifer Carbee, Deputy Chief Counsel, Office of Legislative Counsel

Wednesday, May 20, 2020
Committee(s):
Senate Committee on Health and Welfare
-

H.950 - An act relating to allowing remote witnesses for advance directives for a limited time

Introduction, Walk-through, Testimony

Rep. Sandy Haas, Reporter, House Committee On Human Services
Jennifer Carbee, Deputy Chief Counsel, Office of Legislative Counsel
Olivia Graffeo-Cohen, Staff Attorney, Vermont Legal Aid
Cindy Bruzzese, Executive Director & Clinical Ethicist, Vermont Ethics Network
A.J. Ruben, Supervising Attorney, Disability Rights Vermont

Thursday, May 28, 2020
Committee(s):
Senate Committee on Health and Welfare
-

H.950 - An act relating to allowing remote witnesses for advance directives for a limited time

Committee Discussion

Jennifer Carbee, Deputy Chief Counsel, Office of Legislative Counsel
Therese Corsones, Executive Director, Vermont Bar Association

Friday, May 29, 2020
Committee(s):
Senate Committee on Health and Welfare
11:10 AM

H.950 - An act relating to allowing remote witnesses for advance directives for a limited time

Committee Discussion, Possible Vote

Jennifer Carbee, Deputy Chief Counsel, Office of Legislative Counsel

An act relating to allowing remote witnesses for advance directives for a limited time

Witnesses Who Testified

Regular Session 2019-2020
House Committee on Human Services
  • Cindy Bruzzese, Executive Director & Clinical Ethicist, Vermont Ethics Network
  • Jennifer Carbee, Deputy Chief Counsel, Office of Legislative Counsel
  • Therese Corsones, Executive Director, Vermont Bar Association
  • Olivia Graffeo-Cohen, Staff Attorney, Vermont Legal Aid
  • Glenn Jarrett, Chair, Elder Law Section, Vermont Bar Association
  • A.J. Ruben, Supervising Attorney, Disability Rights Vermont
Senate Committee on Health and Welfare
  • Cindy Bruzzese, Executive Director & Clinical Ethicist, Vermont Ethics Network
  • Jennifer Carbee, Deputy Chief Counsel, Office of Legislative Counsel
  • Therese Corsones, Executive Director, Vermont Bar Association
  • Olivia Graffeo-Cohen, Staff Attorney, Vermont Legal Aid
  • Rep. Sandy Haas, Reporter, House Committee On Human Services
  • A.J. Ruben, Supervising Attorney, Disability Rights Vermont

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No fiscal documents found for H.950 in the Regular Session 2019-2020.
No committee of conference members found for H.950 in the Regular Session 2019-2020.
An act relating to allowing remote witnesses for advance directives for a limited time

Committee of Conference Meetings

Regular Session 2019-2020
Meeting Date Committee
An act relating to allowing remote witnesses for advance directives for a limited time

Committee of Conference Meeting Full List

Regular Session 2019-2020
No committee of conference meeting history found for H.950 in the Regular Session 2019-2020.
No committee of conference report found for H.950 in the Regular Session 2019-2020.

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Staff & Other Information

Staff
Jennifer Carbee, Deputy Chief Counsel

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