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VLCT’s Public Policy Advocates represent Vermont municipalities before numerous entities, including the Vermont Legislature and state agencies, members of Congress, federal agencies, and outside interest groups. Guided by VLCT’s Municipal Policy, which is annually approved by the VLCT membership, as well as by Board direction during the legislative session, Advocacy staff work to educate legislators, members of the executive branch and the general public on issues of concern to local officials, and to secure legislative and executive action on priority issues for cities and towns.

Latest Weekly Legislative Report

Legislators went home at almost midnight on Friday, May 12, right in line with the predicted schedule. But it wasn’t for long. They have scheduled a veto session for Tuesday, June 20 to address any further bills that Governor Scott may veto. As of