Montpelier, VT (STL.News) Governor Phil Scott announced action on the following bills, passed by the General Assembly.
On May 20, Governor Scott signed bills of the following titles:
- H.421, An act relating to animal cruelty investigation response and training
- S.1, An act relating to extending the baseload renewable power portfolio requirement
- S.66, An act relating to electric bicycles
- S.102, An act relating to the regulation of agricultural inputs for farming
- S.124, An act relating to miscellaneous utility subjects
On May 20, Governor Scott returned without signature and vetoed S.107, An act relating to confidential information concerning the initial arrest and charge of a juvenile, and sent the following letter to the General Assembly:
May 20, 2021
The Honorable John Bloomer, Jr.
Secretary of the Senate
115 State House
Montpelier, VT 05633-5401
Dear Mr. Bloomer:
Pursuant to Chapter II, Section 11 of the Vermont Constitution, I am returning S.107, An act relating to confidential information concerning the initial arrest and charge of a juvenile, without my signature, because of concerns with the policy to automatically raise the age of accountability for crimes, and afford young adults protections meant for juveniles, without adequate tools or systems in place.