Vermont General Assembly

30 Senators
  • 18 Democrats
  • 6 Republicans
  • 4 Democratic/Progressives
  • 2 Progressive/Democratics
150 Representatives
  • 43 Republicans
  • 94 Democrats
  • 5 Independents
  • 7 Progressives
  • 1 Democratic/Progressive
16 Senate Committees
18 House Committees

Bills

Recently Introduced

JRH 6

Joint resolution relating to the final adjournment of the General Assembly 2019

  • Introduced May 24 2019
  • Read and Adopted in Concurrence May 29 2019

JRS 28

Joint resolution relating relating to weekend adjournment

  • Introduced May 24 2019
  • Sponsored by Timothy Ashe

SR 7

Senate resolution congratulating the Village Harmony choral music organization on its 30th anniversary

SR 8

Senate resolution relating to amending the permanent rules of the Senate

  • Introduced May 23 2019
  • Sponsored by Senate Rules Committee
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Recently Passed

H 533

An act relating to workforce development

  • Introduced Mar 19 2019
  • Committee Bill read first time Jun 20 2019
  • Sponsored by House Committee On Commerce And Economic Development

H 513

An act relating to broadband deployment throughout Vermont

  • Introduced Mar 01 2019
  • Committee Bill read first time Jun 20 2019
  • Sponsored by House Committee On Energy And Technology

H 13

An act relating to miscellaneous amendments to alcoholic beverage and tobacco laws

  • Introduced Jan 10 2019
  • Read First Time and Referred to the Committee on General, Housing, and Military Affairs Jun 19 2019
  • Sponsored by Michael Marcotte

H 541

An act relating to changes that affect the revenue of the State

  • Introduced Mar 27 2019
  • Committee bill read the first time and placed on Notice Calendar on March 27, 2019 Jun 18 2019
  • Sponsored by House Committee On Ways And Means
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Available Sessions

Session Bill Count
2017-2018 Regular Session 1771
2019-2020 Regular Session 990
2018 Special Session 47

Sources

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