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S.R.4

Senate resolution urging Governor Philip Scott to use all possible public health measures to reduce the number of COVID-19 cases and associated deaths and maximize vaccination rates among all eligible population groups

Sen. Rebecca Balint , Sen. Philip Baruth, Sen. Christopher Bray, Sen. Brian Campion, Sen. Alison Clarkson, Sen. Ruth Hardy, Sen. Kesha Ram Hinsdale, Sen. Cheryl Hooker, Sen. Virginia Lyons, Sen. Mark MacDonald, Sen. Richard McCormack, Sen. Christopher Pearson, Sen. Andrew Perchlik, Sen. Anthony Pollina
11/22/2021 - Roll Call, requested by Senator Collamore, Passed -- Needed 14 of 27 to Pass -- Yeas = 18, Nays = 9
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Senate 11/22/2021 - Roll Call, requested by Senator Collamore, Passed -- Needed 14 of 27 to Pass -- Yeas = 18, Nays = 9
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Senate resolution urging Governor Philip Scott to use all possible public health measures to reduce the number of COVID-19 cases and associated deaths and maximize vaccination rates among all eligible population groups

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Senate resolution urging Governor Philip Scott to use all possible public health measures to reduce the number of COVID-19 cases and associated deaths and maximize vaccination rates among all eligible population groups

Roll Call History

2021 Special Session
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No meeting history found for S.R.4 in the 2021 Special Session.
Senate resolution urging Governor Philip Scott to use all possible public health measures to reduce the number of COVID-19 cases and associated deaths and maximize vaccination rates among all eligible population groups

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No meeting history found for S.R.4 in the 2021 Special Session.
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Senate resolution urging Governor Philip Scott to use all possible public health measures to reduce the number of COVID-19 cases and associated deaths and maximize vaccination rates among all eligible population groups

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2021 Special Session

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Senate resolution urging Governor Philip Scott to use all possible public health measures to reduce the number of COVID-19 cases and associated deaths and maximize vaccination rates among all eligible population groups

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Senate resolution urging Governor Philip Scott to use all possible public health measures to reduce the number of COVID-19 cases and associated deaths and maximize vaccination rates among all eligible population groups

Committee of Conference Meeting Full List

2021 Special Session
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Michael Chernick, Legislative Counsel

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