Another surprise? A decision to push for sales tax reforms next year.
“The questions raised about police access to the state’s drug database are also coming up in connection with cell phone tracking data, smart meter data, and GPS readings.”
The Senate conferees got a boost this afternoon when Shumlin stepped into their corner.
Campbell supports plan for CVPS ratepayer payback; prescription drug database plan to go warrantless; another round of decrim in the offing; BISHCA moniker is no more
The ACLU has posited that police could already access the database with a warrant based on probable cause. This bill would make the warrant requirement a certainty.