Vermont - S 32 - 2017

Relating to climate change considerations in state procurement.

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Added On: 02-17-2017
Updated On: 05-21-2017
Status: Introduced
Primary Sponsor: Virginia V Lyons (Senate/Democratic)





Actions (14)

  • 01-17-2017 - Read 1st time & referred to Committee on Government Operations
  • 03-21-2017 - Favorable report with recommendation of amendment by Committee onGovernment Operations
  • 03-22-2017 - Favorable report with recommendation of amendment by Committee on Government Operations
  • 03-22-2017 - New Business/Second Reading
  • 03-23-2017 - Unfinished Business/Second Reading
  • 03-23-2017 - Favorable report with recommendation of amendment by Committee on Government Operations
  • 03-24-2017 - Unfinished Business/Second Reading
  • 03-24-2017 - Favorable report with recommendation of amendment by Committee on Government Operations
  • 03-24-2017 - Recommendation of amendment to be offered by Senator(s) Ayer
  • 03-28-2017 - Rules suspended & bill committed to Committee on Institutions with the report of Committee on Government Operations intact, on motion of Senator White
  • 03-28-2017 - Recommendation of amendment to be offered by Senator(s) Ayer
  • 03-28-2017 - Unfinished Business/Second Reading
  • 03-28-2017 - Favorable report with recommendation of amendment by Committee on Government Operations
  • 03-28-2017 - Rules suspended & taken up for immediate consideration, on motion of Senator White

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Gov. Scott puts brakes on climate change contract provision - vtdigger.org
Published by vtdigger.org
Fri, 07 Apr 2017 19:27:11 GMT

Scott supports the state's renewable-energy goals and supports environmental initiatives, but the bill would “add subjectivity and complexity … and bureaucracy and complication to the procurement process,” said Scott's communications director, Rebecca ...

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