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S.86 (Act 27)

An act relating to increasing the legal age for buying and using cigarettes, electronic cigarettes, and other tobacco products from 18 to 21 years of age

Sen. Virginia Lyons, Sen. Deborah Ingram , Sen. Philip Baruth, Sen. Alison Clarkson
5/16/2019 - Senate Message, Signed by Governor May 16, 2017
Sponsor(s)
Last Recorded Action
House 5/16/2019 - Senate Message, Signed by Governor May 16, 2017
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An act relating to increasing the legal age for buying and using cigarettes, electronic cigarettes, and other tobacco products from 18 to 21 years of age

Detailed Status

Regular Session 2019-2020
Body Date Journal Calendar Location Full Status
An act relating to increasing the legal age for buying and using cigarettes, electronic cigarettes, and other tobacco products from 18 to 21 years of age

Roll Call History

Regular Session 2019-2020
Body Date Journal Location Full Status

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An act relating to increasing the legal age for buying and using cigarettes, electronic cigarettes, and other tobacco products from 18 to 21 years of age

Committee Meetings

Regular Session 2019-2020
Meeting Date Committee
An act relating to increasing the legal age for buying and using cigarettes, electronic cigarettes, and other tobacco products from 18 to 21 years of age

Meeting Full List

Regular Session 2019-2020
Wednesday, February 13, 2019
Committee(s):
Senate Committee on Health and Welfare
9:00 AM

S.86 - An act relating to increasing the legal age for buying and using cigarettes, electronic cigarettes, and other tobacco products from 18 to 21 years of age

Introduction and Walk-through

Jennifer Carbee, Deputy Chief Counsel, Office of Legislative Council
9:45 AM

S.86 - An act relating to increasing the legal age for buying and using cigarettes, electronic cigarettes, and other tobacco products from 18 to 21 years of age

Andrea Villanti, Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of Vermont

Thursday, February 14, 2019
Committee(s):
Senate Committee on Health and Welfare
9:20 AM

S.86 - An act relating to increasing the legal age for buying and using cigarettes, electronic cigarettes, and other tobacco products from 18 to 21 years of age

Mark Levine, Commissioner, Vermont Department of Health

Friday, February 22, 2019
Committee(s):
Senate Committee on Health and Welfare
-

S.86 - An act relating to increasing the legal age for buying and using cigarettes, electronic cigarettes, and other tobacco products from 18 to 21 years of age

Mark-up and possible vote

Jennifer Carbee, Deputy Chief Counsel, Office of Legislative Council
11:15 AM

S.86 - An act relating to increasing the legal age for buying and using cigarettes, electronic cigarettes, and other tobacco products from 18 to 21 years of age

Andrew MacLean, Reynolds American

Tuesday, February 26, 2019
Committee(s):
Senate Committee on Finance
1:30 PM

S.86 - An act relating to increasing the legal age for buying and using cigarettes, electronic cigarettes, and other tobacco products from 18 to 21 years of age

John Bloomer, Secretary, Vermont Senate
Nolan Langweil, Senior Fiscal Analyst, Joint Fiscal Office

Thursday, March 21, 2019
Committee(s):
House Committee on Human Services
9:00 AM

S.86 - An act relating to increasing the legal age for buying and using cigarettes, electronic cigarettes, and other tobacco products from 18 to 21 years of age

Walk-through

Sen. Debbie Ingram, Reporter
Jennifer Carbee, Deputy Chief Counsel, Office of Legislative Council
Prospero Gogo, Cardiologist and Director, Cardiac Catheterization Lab at UVMMC, On Behalf of the Vermont Medical Society
Rebecca Bell, MD, FAAP, Pediatric Intensivist, University of Vermont Medical Center, On behalf of Vermont Medical Society
Shayla Livingston, Public Health Policy Advisor, Department of Health
Nolan Langweil, Senior Fiscal Analyst, Joint Fiscal Office

Thursday, April 4, 2019
Committee(s):
House Committee on Human Services
9:30 AM

S.86 - An act relating to increasing the legal age for buying and using cigarettes, electronic cigarettes, and other tobacco products from 18 to 21 years of age

Tiffany DeBona, Manager, Token Glass
Tina Zuk, Government Relations Director, American Heart Association
Rebecca Ryan, Division Director, Health Promotion, American Lung Association of the Northeast
Patrick Delaney, Commissioner, Department of Liquor and Lottery
Andrew McLean, Lobbyist, Reynolds America International Services, Inc.
Heather Shouldice, Lobbyist, Altria Client Services
Jennifer Costa, Government Relations Director, American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network
Jennifer Carbee, Deputy Chief Counsel, Office of Legislative Council
11:00 AM

S.86 - An act relating to increasing the legal age for buying and using cigarettes, electronic cigarettes, and other tobacco products from 18 to 21 years of age

Review of H.13 as passed the House

Jennifer Carbee, Deputy Chief Counsel, Office of Legislative Council

Wednesday, April 10, 2019
Committee(s):
House Committee on Human Services
15 mins after Floor

S.86 - An act relating to increasing the legal age for buying and using cigarettes, electronic cigarettes, and other tobacco products from 18 to 21 years of age

Jennifer Carbee, Deputy Chief Counsel, Office of Legislative Council
Jill Sudhoff-Guerin, Policy and Communications Manager, Vermont Medical Society
Mark Levine, Commissioner, Vermont Department of Health
Nolan Langweil, Senior Fiscal Analyst, Joint Fiscal Office
Shayla Livingston, Public Health Policy Advisor, Department of Health

Thursday, April 11, 2019
Committee(s):
House Committee on Ways and Means
11:00 AM

S.86 - An act relating to increasing the legal age for buying and using cigarettes, electronic cigarettes, and other tobacco products from 18 to 21 years of age

Nolan Langweil, Senior Fiscal Analyst, Joint Fiscal Office
Jennifer Carbee, Deputy Chief Counsel, Office of Legislative Council

Tuesday, April 16, 2019
Committee(s):
House Committee on Ways and Means
2:30 PM

S.86 - An act relating to increasing the legal age for buying and using cigarettes, electronic cigarettes, and other tobacco products from 18 to 21 years of age

Nolan Langweil, Senior Fiscal Analyst, Joint Fiscal Office
John Hollar, Lobbyist, American Cancer Society
Erin Sigrist, President, Vermont Retail & Grocers Association
Jill Sudhoff-Guerin, Policy and Communications Manager, Vermont Medical Society
Rep. Jessica Brumsted, Member, House Committee On Human Services

Thursday, April 18, 2019
Committee(s):
House Committee on Ways and Means
9:00 AM

S.86 - An act relating to increasing the legal age for buying and using cigarettes, electronic cigarettes, and other tobacco products from 18 to 21 years of age

potential vote


Tuesday, April 23, 2019
Committee(s):
House Committee on Human Services
9:30 AM

S.86 - An act relating to increasing the legal age for buying and using cigarettes, electronic cigarettes, and other tobacco products from 18 to 21 years of age

Amendment

Rep. Samuel Young, Sponsor
Jennifer Carbee, Deputy Chief Counsel, Office of Legislative Council
Sklyer Genest, Director of Compliance and Enforcement, Vermont Department of Liquor and Lottery

Wednesday, April 24, 2019
Committee(s):
House Committee on Human Services
11:30 AM

S.86 - An act relating to increasing the legal age for buying and using cigarettes, electronic cigarettes, and other tobacco products from 18 to 21 years of age

Amendment

Jennifer Carbee, Deputy Chief Counsel, Office of Legislative Council
Rich Holschuh, Commissioner, Vermont Commission on Native American Affairs
Rep. Brian Cina, Sponsor
Sklyer Genest, Director of Compliance and Enforcement, Vermont Department of Liquor and Lottery
Jennifer Costa, Government Relations Director, American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network

An act relating to increasing the legal age for buying and using cigarettes, electronic cigarettes, and other tobacco products from 18 to 21 years of age

Witnesses Who Testified

Regular Session 2019-2020
House Committee on Human Services
  • Rebecca Bell, MD, FAAP, Pediatric Intensivist, University of Vermont Medical Center, On behalf of Vermont Medical Society
  • Jennifer Carbee, Deputy Chief Counsel, Office of Legislative Council
  • Rep. Brian Cina, Sponsor
  • Jennifer Costa, Government Relations Director, American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network
  • Tiffany DeBona, Manager, Token Glass
  • Patrick Delaney, Commissioner, Department of Liquor and Lottery
  • Sklyer Genest, Director of Compliance and Enforcement, Vermont Department of Liquor and Lottery
  • Prospero Gogo, Cardiologist and Director, Cardiac Catheterization Lab at UVMMC, On Behalf of the Vermont Medical Society
  • Rich Holschuh, Commissioner, Vermont Commission on Native American Affairs
  • Sen. Debbie Ingram, Reporter
  • Nolan Langweil, Senior Fiscal Analyst, Joint Fiscal Office
  • Mark Levine, Commissioner, Vermont Department of Health
  • Shayla Livingston, Public Health Policy Advisor, Department of Health
  • Andrew McLean, Lobbyist, Reynolds America International Services, Inc.
  • Rebecca Ryan, Division Director, Health Promotion, American Lung Association of the Northeast
  • Heather Shouldice, Lobbyist, Altria Client Services
  • Jill Sudhoff-Guerin, Policy and Communications Manager, Vermont Medical Society
  • Rep. Samuel Young, Sponsor
  • Tina Zuk, Government Relations Director, American Heart Association
House Committee on Ways and Means
  • Rep. Jessica Brumsted, Member, House Committee On Human Services
  • Jennifer Carbee, Deputy Chief Counsel, Office of Legislative Council
  • John Hollar, Lobbyist, American Cancer Society
  • Nolan Langweil, Senior Fiscal Analyst, Joint Fiscal Office
  • Erin Sigrist, President, Vermont Retail & Grocers Association
  • Jill Sudhoff-Guerin, Policy and Communications Manager, Vermont Medical Society
Senate Committee on Finance
  • John Bloomer, Secretary, Vermont Senate
  • Nolan Langweil, Senior Fiscal Analyst, Joint Fiscal Office
Senate Committee on Health and Welfare
  • Jennifer Carbee, Deputy Chief Counsel, Office of Legislative Council
  • Mark Levine, Commissioner, Vermont Department of Health
  • Andrew MacLean, Reynolds American
  • Andrea Villanti, Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of Vermont

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No committee of conference members found for S.86 in the Regular Session 2019-2020.
An act relating to increasing the legal age for buying and using cigarettes, electronic cigarettes, and other tobacco products from 18 to 21 years of age

Committee of Conference Meetings

Regular Session 2019-2020
Meeting Date Committee
An act relating to increasing the legal age for buying and using cigarettes, electronic cigarettes, and other tobacco products from 18 to 21 years of age

Committee of Conference Meeting Full List

Regular Session 2019-2020
No committee of conference meeting history found for S.86 in the Regular Session 2019-2020.
No committee of conference report found for S.86 in the Regular Session 2019-2020.

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Act


An act relating to increasing the legal age for buying and using cigarettes, electronic cigarettes, and other tobacco products from 18 to 21 years of age

Statutes Affected

Regular Session 2019-2020

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Staff & Other Information

Staff
Jennifer Carbee, Deputy Chief Counsel

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