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S.53

An act relating to exempting feminine hygiene products from the Vermont Sales and Use Tax

Sen. Christopher Pearson, Sen. Virginia Lyons, Sen. Michael Sirotkin, Sen. Ruth Hardy
4/23/2021 - Recommitted to Committee on Finance on motion of Senator Pearson
Sponsor(s)
Last Recorded Action
Senate 4/23/2021 - Recommitted to Committee on Finance on motion of Senator Pearson
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An act relating to exempting feminine hygiene products from the Vermont Sales and Use Tax

Detailed Status

Regular Session 2021-2022
Body Date Journal Calendar Location Full Status
An act relating to exempting feminine hygiene products from the Vermont Sales and Use Tax

Roll Call History

Regular Session 2021-2022
Body Date Journal Location Full Status

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An act relating to exempting feminine hygiene products from the Vermont Sales and Use Tax

Committee Meetings

Regular Session 2021-2022
Meeting Date Committee
An act relating to exempting feminine hygiene products from the Vermont Sales and Use Tax

Meeting Full List

Regular Session 2021-2022
Wednesday, February 10, 2021
Committee(s):
Senate Committee on Finance
1:30 PM

S.53 - An act relating to exempting feminine hygiene products from the Vermont Sales and Use Tax


Wednesday, February 24, 2021
Committee(s):
Senate Committee on Finance
10 mins after the floor

S.53 - An act relating to exempting feminine hygiene products from the Vermont Sales and Use Tax

Committee Discussion and Possible Vote


Wednesday, April 7, 2021
Committee(s):
House Committee on Ways and Means
9:00 AM

S.53 - An act relating to exempting feminine hygiene products from the Vermont Sales and Use Tax

Sen. Christopher A. Pearson, Sponsor
Graham Campbell, Senior Fiscal Analyst, Joint Fiscal Office
Laura Strausfeld, Co-Founder, Period Equity
Cary Brown, Executive Director, Vermont Commission on Women
Iris Hsiang, Student Essex High School, Students Demand Action

Thursday, April 8, 2021
Committee(s):
House Committee on Ways and Means
9:00 AM

S.53 - An act relating to exempting feminine hygiene products from the Vermont Sales and Use Tax

including Corporate Tax Reform and DFR fees

Graham Campbell, Senior Fiscal Analyst, Joint Fiscal Office
Dan Dickerson, Fiscal Analyst, Joint Fiscal Office
After the floor

S.53 - An act relating to exempting feminine hygiene products from the Vermont Sales and Use Tax

Sales Tax on Pre-Written Software

Graham Campbell, Senior Fiscal Analyst, Joint Fiscal Office
Abby Shepard, Legislative Counsel, Office of Legislative Counsel

Friday, April 9, 2021
Committee(s):
House Committee on Ways and Means
9:00 AM

S.53 - An act relating to exempting feminine hygiene products from the Vermont Sales and Use Tax

Corporate Tax and DFR Fees

Graham Campbell, Senior Fiscal Analyst, Joint Fiscal Office
Abby Shepard, Legislative Counsel, Office of Legislative Counsel
10:30 AM

S.53 - An act relating to exempting feminine hygiene products from the Vermont Sales and Use Tax

DFR Fees Corporate Tax

Michael Pieciak, Commissioner, Department of Financial Regulation
Craig Bolio, Commissioner, VT Department of Taxes
Austin Davis, Government Affairs Manager, Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce

Tuesday, April 13, 2021
Committee(s):
House Committee on Ways and Means
9:30 AM

S.53 - An act relating to exempting feminine hygiene products from the Vermont Sales and Use Tax

Abby Shepard, Legislative Counsel, Office of Legislative Counsel
1:30 PM

S.53 - An act relating to exempting feminine hygiene products from the Vermont Sales and Use Tax

potential vote

Bill Driscoll, Vice President, Associated Industries of Vermont
Abby Shepard, Legislative Counsel, Office of Legislative Counsel
Graham Campbell, Senior Fiscal Analyst, Joint Fiscal Office
Will Baker, Director of Legal Unit, Department of Taxes

Thursday, April 15, 2021
Committee(s):
House Committee on Ways and Means
9:30 AM

S.53 - An act relating to exempting feminine hygiene products from the Vermont Sales and Use Tax

Amendment

Rep. Laura Sibilia, Sponsor of amendment, House Committee on Energy and Technology
Rep. Matthew Birong, Co-sponsor of amendment, House Committee on General, Housing & Military Affairs

An act relating to exempting feminine hygiene products from the Vermont Sales and Use Tax

Witnesses Who Testified

Regular Session 2021-2022
House Committee on Ways and Means
  • Will Baker, Director of Legal Unit, Department of Taxes
  • Rep. Matthew Birong, Co-sponsor of amendment, House Committee on General, Housing & Military Affairs
  • Craig Bolio, Commissioner, VT Department of Taxes
  • Cary Brown, Executive Director, Vermont Commission on Women
  • Graham Campbell, Senior Fiscal Analyst, Joint Fiscal Office
  • Austin Davis, Government Affairs Manager, Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce
  • Dan Dickerson, Fiscal Analyst, Joint Fiscal Office
  • Bill Driscoll, Vice President, Associated Industries of Vermont
  • Iris Hsiang, Student Essex High School, Students Demand Action
  • Sen. Christopher A. Pearson, Sponsor
  • Michael Pieciak, Commissioner, Department of Financial Regulation
  • Abby Shepard, Legislative Counsel, Office of Legislative Counsel
  • Rep. Laura Sibilia, Sponsor of amendment, House Committee on Energy and Technology
  • Laura Strausfeld, Co-Founder, Period Equity

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Fiscal Information

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No committee of conference members found for S.53 in the Regular Session 2021-2022.
An act relating to exempting feminine hygiene products from the Vermont Sales and Use Tax

Committee of Conference Meetings

Regular Session 2021-2022
Meeting Date Committee
An act relating to exempting feminine hygiene products from the Vermont Sales and Use Tax

Committee of Conference Meeting Full List

Regular Session 2021-2022
No committee of conference meeting history found for S.53 in the Regular Session 2021-2022.
No committee of conference report found for S.53 in the Regular Session 2021-2022.

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Act

No act information found for S.53 in the Regular Session 2021-2022.

Staff & Other Information

Staff
Abby Shepard, Legislative Counsel

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