Governor Scott signs eight more bills into law

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Governor Scott signs eight more bills into law

Thu, 05/02/2019 - 12:21pm -- tim

Vermont Business Magazine Governor Phil Scott acted on eight more bills between April 23, 2019 and April 30, 2019. They include H.7, An act relating to second degree aggravated domestic assault; H.19, An act relating to sexual exploitation of a person in law enforcement officer custody; and H.394, An act relating to the disposition of the remains of veterans.

The Governor has informed the House of Representatives that on the 30th day of April, 2019, he signed bills originating in the House of the following titles:

H.427    An act relating to a uniform process for foreign credential verification in the Office of Professional Regulation (see attached letter)

H.146    An act relating to increasing the number of examiners on the Board of Bar Examiners from nine to 11 members

H.358    An act relating to technical corrections

H.436    An act relating to international wills

The Governor has informed the Senate that on the on the 30th day of April, 2019, he signed a bill originating in the Senate of the following title:

S.118     An act relating to the time frame for the adoption of administrative rules

The Governor has informed the House of Representatives that on the 23rd day of April, 2019, he signed bills originating in the House of the following titles:

H.7                     An act relating to second degree aggravated domestic assault

H.19                   An act relating to sexual exploitation of a person in law enforcement officer custody

H.394                An act relating to the disposition of the remains of veterans

Source: Governor 5.1.2019