Mountain safety expert and former Lyndon State College Prof. John Kascenska replaces former Rep. Patrick Seymour (R-Sutton) who recently resigned.
A bill intended to streamline the housing regulatory process might actually make it longer.
A veteran Vermont legislator and public servant regrets that there are human problems that legislation just cannot solve.
Governor Scott has appointed of Matthew Walker to fill the Swanton-Highgate House seat vacated by Rep. Brian Savage.
Governor Scott appoints member of Essex-Westford Equity Committee to fill House vacancy.
Vermont Daily Chronicle publishes first Readable House Journal – a blow by blow account of legislation moving through the House of Representatives, one day at a time.
The Vermont Dept. of Health reported 591 cases today – the most ever. The House Speaker demands an indoor mask mandate.
Exempting electric bikes from the vehicular ‘purchase and use’ tax, expanding the sale of unpasteurized milk, creating another state commission, and requiring an economic impact study of closing the Ryegate biomass power plant are among the bills to be taken up Tuesday by the Vermont House of Representatives.
As of this week, the Vermont House of Representatives has passed the following bills, according to the Campaign for Vermont.
The Vermont House of Representatives yesterday, March 17 reclassified felonies and misdemeanors, banned police use of chokeholds except to prevent death or bodily injury, and removed the motivation of malice from punishable hate crimes.