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Legislative Reports Archive

Senate Government Operations Takes Up Self Governance Proposal. This week, the Senate Government Operations Committee began initial discussions of S.106, the first draft of a municipal self-governance program modeled after a similar one that was... Read more
Local Government Day 2019. Thursday dawned bright and clear, setting the tone for serious business at the State House, where approximately 130 Local Government Day attendees gathered to deliver multiple messages to their legislators. In his... Read more
An Emergency in Emergency Medical Services. This week, the Senate Government Operation Committee received the Emergency Medical Services Advisory Committee’s annual report to the legislature, which summarizes the general health and status of... Read more
On the Broadbandwagon. It’s quickly becoming apparent that broadband access and connectivity will receive serious focus this legislative session. Currently, at least six percent of Vermonters lack access to basic broadband services; 26 percent of... Read more
Governor Scott Delivers Budget Address. In his budget address on Thursday, Governor Phil Scott emphasized what can be achieved by working together with civility – providing an example to the rest of the country – and by rejecting “hate and anger,... Read more
Water Quality Issues. The issue of Vermont’s water quality will be front and center again this session as the legislature resumes its search for a long-term funding source to clean up of the waters of the state. On Tuesday, VLCT’s Water Quality... Read more
The Legislature Convenes. The House and Senate convened in their respective chambers on Wednesday, and during the first of two days of pomp and circumstance, members were sworn in and appointed to leadership and committees roles. The House boasts a... Read more
The 2019 Session Draws Near. The election campaigns of 2018 are over. In Vermont, winners and losers have been determined. Many new legislators have already visited the State House for previews and orientations. House Democrats unanimously endorsed... Read more