Live streaming, recordings of Senate, House and committee meetings make remote participation possible
by Guy Page
If you can’t visit the State House in person or simply don’t wish to, you can still check in on every hearing, House and Senate session, and committee meeting via Zoom.
Meetings can be watched live or recorded on www.vermont.legislature.gov.
You can also see which bills are scheduled for discussion, and when, and who’s scheduled to testify about them, at the weekly committee schedule published every Monday on the Vermont Legislature website. Some committee chairs also invite witnesses to participate live via Zoom.
The Legislature’s YouTube recordings offer one little-used but invaluable feature: transcripts of the entire meeting. Click on the three dots – … – in the lower right corner to open this feature.
House of Representatives Streaming Links:
House Chamber (all representatives meeting together)
Senate streaming links:
Senate Chamber (all senators meeting together)
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