Vermont General Assembly

150 Representatives
  • 90 Democrats
  • 46 Republicans
  • 5 Independents
  • 5 Progressive/Democratics
  • 2 Progressives
  • 2 Democratic/Progressives
30 Senators
  • 18 Democrats
  • 7 Republicans
  • 3 Democratic/Progressives
  • 2 Progressive/Democratics

Bills

Recently Introduced

JRS 54

Joint resolution relating to final adjournment of the General Assembly in 2022

  • Introduced May 12 2022

SCR 23

Senate concurrent resolution celebrating the State Partnership Program recently established between the Vermont National Guard and Austria

HCR 171

House concurrent resolution congratulating Jayne Barber of Bellows Falls on her 2022 induction into the Vermont Sports Hall of Fame

HCR 170

House concurrent resolution in memory of former Representative, Commissioner of State Buildings, and Labor Relations Board member John J. Zampieri of Ryegate

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Recently Passed

H 697

An act relating to eligibility of reserve forestland for enrollment in the Use Value Appraisal Program

  • Introduced Jan 28 2022
  • Delivered to the Governor on May 23, 2022 May 12 2022
  • Sponsored by House Committee On Natural Resources, Fish, And Wildlife

H 730

An act relating to alcoholic beverages and the Department of Liquor and Lottery

  • Introduced Mar 15 2022
  • House message: House concurred in Senate proposal of amendment May 12 2022
  • Sponsored by House Committee On General, Housing, And Military Affairs

S 226

An act relating to expanding access to safe and affordable housing

  • Introduced Jan 11 2022
  • As passed by Senate and House May 12 2022
  • Sponsored by Alison Clarkson, Kesha Ram Hinsdale

H 353

An act relating to pharmacy benefit management

  • Introduced Feb 25 2021
  • Delivered to the Governor on May 18, 2022 May 12 2022
  • Sponsored by Mari Cordes
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Available Sessions

Session Bill Count
2021 Special Session 9
2021-2022 Regular Session 1359
2019-2020 Regular Session 1799
2018 Special Session 47
2017-2018 Regular Session 1771

Sources

Data on Open States is updated periodically throughout the day from the official website of the Vermont General Assembly.

If you notice any inconsistencies with these official sources, feel free to file an issue.