H 887

  • Vermont House Bill
  • 2023-2024 Regular Session
  • Introduced in House Apr 26, 2024
  • Passed House Apr 24, 2024
  • Passed Senate May 08, 2024
  • Governor

An act relating to homestead property tax yields, nonhomestead rates, and policy changes to education finance and taxation

Abstract

Bill Sponsors (1)

House Committee on Ways and Means

     
Primary

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Actions


May 10, 2024

House

Vetoed by the Governor on June 6, 2024

House

Rep. McCoy of Poultney demanded yeas and nays

House

Rep. Kornheiser of Brattleboro and Demrow of Corinth moved to concur in the Senate proposal of amendment with a further amendment thereto

House

Action Calendar: Senate Proposal of Amendment

House

Roll Call Results Passed -- Needed 69 of 137 to Pass -- Yeas = 93, Nays = 44

House

Senate Message: House proposal of amendment to Senate proposal of amendment concurred in

Senate

Rules suspended & messaged to House forthwith, on motion of Senator Baruth

Senate

House proposal of amendment concurred in on roll call requested by Senator Collamore, Passed -- Needed 13 of 26 to Pass -- Yeas = 18, Nays = 8

Senate

House proposal of amendment to Senate proposal of amendment concurred in

Senate

House proposal of amendment to Senate proposal of amendment, text

Senate

Rules suspended & taken up for immediate consideration, on motion of Senator Baruth

House

Delivered to the Governor on June 6, 2024

Senate

House message: House concurred in Senate proposal of amendment with proposal of amendment

House

Rules suspended and bill messaged forthwith to the Senate as moved by Rep. McCoy of Poultney

House

Senate proposal of amendment concurred in with further amendment thereto, as offered by Rep. Kornheiser of Brattleboro and Demrow of Corinth

Senate

House message: Governor vetoed bill on June 6, 2024

May 09, 2024

House

Notice Calendar: Senate Proposal of Amendment

May 08, 2024

Senate

Roll Call, requested by Senator Campion, Passed -- Needed 15 of 29 to Pass -- Yeas = 19, Nays = 10

Senate

Proposal of amendment by Committee on Finance amended as moved by Senator(s) Cummings, Bray, Brock, and Chittenden

Senate

Proposal of amendment by Senator(s) Cummings, Bray, Brock, and Chittenden; text

Senate

Senator Watson requested & granted leave to withdraw proposal of amendment

Senate

Proposal of amendment by Senator(s) Watson; text

Senate

Proposal of amendment by Committee on Finance amended as moved by Senator(s) Kitchel and Perchlik

Senate

Reported favorably by Senator Kitchel for Committee on Appropriations

Senate

Proposal of amendment to be offered by Senator(s) Watson

Senate

Proposal of amendment to be offered by Senator(s) Cummings

Senate

Proposal of amendment to be offered by Senator(s) Kitchel and Perchlik

Senate

Read 2nd time, reported favorably with proposal of amendment by Senator Cummings for Committee on Finance

Senate

Favorable report by Committee on Appropriations

Senate

New Business/Second Reading

Senate

Favorable report with proposal of amendment by Committee on Finance

House

Senate Message: Passed in concurrence with proposal of amendment

Senate

Rules suspended & messaged to House forthwith, on motion of Senator Baruth

Senate

Read 3rd time & passed in concurrence with proposal of amendment

Senate

Rules suspended & bill placed on all remaining stages of passage, on motion of Senator Baruth

Senate

3rd reading ordered

Senate

Proposal of amendment by Committee on Finance, as amended, agreed to

Senate

Sen. Gulick proposal of amendment disagreed to

Senate

Roll Call, requested by Senator Campion, Failed -- Needed 15 of 29 to Pass -- Yeas = 8, Nays = 21

Senate

Proposal of amendment by Senator(s) Gulick; text

Senate

Sen. Gulick proposal of amendment disagreed to

Senate

Roll Call, requested by Senator Campion, Failed -- Needed 15 of 29 to Pass -- Yeas = 11, Nays = 18

Senate

Proposal of amendment by Senator(s) Gulick; text

Senate

Proposal of amendment by Committee on Finance amended as moved by Senator(s) Cummings

May 07, 2024

Senate

Favorable report by Committee on Appropriations

Senate

Entered on Notice Calendar

Senate

Second Reading

Senate

Favorable report with proposal of amendment by Committee on Finance

May 06, 2024

Senate

Entered on Notice Calendar

Senate

Referred to Committee on Appropriations per Senate Rule 31

Senate

Favorable report with proposal of amendment by Committee on Finance

Senate

Second Reading

Apr 26, 2024

Senate

Referred to Committee on Finance per Temporary Senate Rule 44A

Senate

Read 1st time & referred to Committee on Finance

Apr 24, 2024

House

Roll Call Results Passed -- Needed 70 of 140 to Pass -- Yeas = 101, Nays = 39

House

Read third time

House

Action Calendar: Third Reading

House

Passed

House

Rep. Toof of St. Albans Town demanded yeas and nays

Apr 23, 2024

House

Rep. Sibilia of Dover asked and was granted leave to withdraw amendment

House

Rep. Sibilia of Dover, Arsenault of Williston, Burrows of West Windsor, Carpenter of Hyde Park, and Graning of Jericho moved to amend the bill

House

Which was disagreed to

House

Roll Call Results Failed -- Needed 71 of 141 to Pass -- Yeas = 41, Nays = 100

House

Rep. Toof of St. Albans Town demanded yeas and nays

House

Rep. Toof of St. Albans Town and Taylor of Milton moved to amend the bill

House

Which was disagreed to

House

Roll Call Results Failed -- Needed 72 of 143 to Pass -- Yeas = 39, Nays = 104

House

Rep. McCoy of Poultney demanded yeas and nays

House

Rep. Shaw of Pittsford moved to amend the bill

House

Third Reading ordered

House

Roll Call Results Passed -- Needed 66 of 132 to Pass -- Yeas = 94, Nays = 38

House

Rep. McCoy of Poultney demanded yeas and nays

House

Rep. Holcombe of Norwich asked and was granted leave to withdraw amendment

House

Rep. Holcombe of Norwich moved to amend the bill

House

Rep. Toleno of Brattleboro asked and was granted leave to withdraw amendment

House

Rep. Toleno of Brattleboro, Arsenault of Williston, Burrows of West Windsor, Carpenter of Hyde Park, Dolan of Waitsfield, Goldman of Rockingham, Graning of Jericho, Holcombe of Norwich, and Sibilia of Dover moved to amend the bill

House

Rep. Carpenter of Hyde Park asked and was granted leave to withdraw amendment

House

Rep. Carpenter of Hyde Park, Arsenault of Williston, Burrows of West Windsor, Chapin of East Montpelier, Christie of Hartford, Cole of Hartford, Cordes of Lincoln, Dolan of Waitsfield, Goldman of Rockingham, Graning of Jericho, Headrick of Burlington, Holcombe of Norwich, Krasnow of South Burlington, LaMont of Morristown, Leavitt of Grand Isle, Lipsky of Stowe, McGill of Bridport, Ode of Burlington, Roberts of Halifax, and Sibilia of Dover moved to amend the bill

House

Rep. Harrison of Chittenden moved to amend the bill, which was disagreed to

House

Rep. Scheu of Middlebury recommended for the Committee on Appropriations

House

Rep. Kornheiser of Brattleboro spoke for the Committee on Ways and Means

House

Read second time

House

Action Calendar: Unfinished Business

House

Rep. Beck of St. Johnsbury moved to amend the bill, which was disagreed to

House

Rep. Kornheiser of Brattleboro moved to amend the bill, which was agreed to

House

Report of Committee on Appropriations agreed to

Apr 22, 2024

House

Action Calendar: Favorable with Amendment

Apr 19, 2024

House

Notice Calendar: Favorable with Amendment

Apr 18, 2024

House

Committee bill read first time

House

Referred to Committee on Appropriations per Rule 35(a)

Bill Text

Bill Text Versions Format
As Introduced PDF
As Passed By the House (Official) PDF
As Passed By the House (Unofficial) PDF
Senate Proposal of Amendment (Official) PDF
Senate Proposal of Amendment (Unofficial) PDF
As Passed by Both House and Senate (Official) PDF
As Passed by Both House and Senate (Unofficial) PDF

Related Documents

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Sources

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