Voting no on the universal school lunch bill was a tough call for an Orange County mother and lawmaker.
A House-approved bill requiring state registry of rental units won’t expand housing, as promised – quite the opposite, Rep. Samantha Lefebvre says.
Vote explained on criminal threatening, qualified immunity, Burlington evictions, end-of-life drug changes
About S265, criminal threatening bill, an Orange County lawmaker says, “I do not believe that someone who asks to be in the position that they are in should be treated any differently than our neighbors, friends, and relatives.”
An anti-development forestry bill that didn’t go through the forestry committee and heard no testimony from landowners passed the House.
Every week, a freshman lawmaker tells her constituents how she voted on every bill that comes up on the House floor. Her report is a treasure trove of up-to-date information.