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Each Friday during the legislative session VLCT Advocacy publishes a Weekly Legislative Report and archives it here for the duration of the biennium. PDF files of previous legislative sessions are avaialble by contacting VLCT Advocacy.

Legislative Reports Archive

January 22, 2021. At its virtual meeting on Thursday, the VLCT Board discussed the Tax Structure Commission Report along with two bills currently before the legislature: S.25 (cannabis) and S.30 (possession of guns in child care facilities,... Read more
January 15, 2021. As they had promised, the legislature this week passed H.48, the highly anticipated bill that enables municipalities to adjust how and when to conduct this year’s annual meetings.
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January 8, 2021. On Wednesday, legislators in Vermont were sworn in, in a multi-party collaborative process that could not be further removed from the acrimony and violence that consumed our nation’s Capitol on the same day. On Thursday, Governor... Read more
December 18, 2020. The pandemic-centered general election is way behind us. In Vermont, there was no controversy surrounding re-election of Governor Scott, who garnered 68.8 percent of the vote, a significant mandate. That is a good thing as he and... Read more
October 9, 2020. The Vermont Legislature finally adjourned on the evening of Friday, September 25. Never before has a session lasted anywhere near this long. This time, “adjourned” means finished. In July, when the legislature recessed, any bills... Read more
July 22, 2020 – Late on Friday night, June 26, the legislature recessed for six weeks. They did so after appropriating $750,777,119 in Coronavirus Relief Fund monies for a variety of needs that includes local governmental operations. The legislature... Read more