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Legislative Reports

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 available by contacting VLCT Advocacy.

Please also visit our two new session-long lists of municipally relevant bills introduced in the House and in the Senate. We'll update them each Friday to help you follow bills as they wend their ways through the State House committees. These two webpages are in addition to the New Bills tables in our Weekly Legislative Reports.

With the second half of the biennium fast approaching, many legislative summer study committees are hurriedly working to meet deadlines, while others are just getting started. The VLCT Board has begun considering our 2024 municipal priorities. Our

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

This week marks this session's last regular Weekly Legislative Report. Make sure to join us for the last regular Advocacy Chat on May 1. We'll be back with the Legislative Wrap-Ups — both written and chat versions — in June. 


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