Vermont General Assembly

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

Bills

Recently Introduced

H 364

An act relating to privatization contracts

H 362

An act relating to adding members to the University of Vermont Board of Trustees

H 357

An act relating to deemed licensure of out-of-state health care professionals

  • Introduced Feb 26 2021
  • Sponsored by Mary Morrissey

S 100

An act relating to universal school breakfast and lunch for all public school students and to creating incentives for schools to purchase locally produced foods

  • Introduced Feb 26 2021
  • Sponsored by Senate Committee On Agriculture
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Recently Passed

H 338

An act relating to reapportionment proposal deadlines

  • Introduced Feb 24 2021
  • Read 1st time & referred to Committee on Government Operations Feb 26 2021
  • Sponsored by House Committee On Government Operations

S 11

An act relating to prohibiting robocalls

  • Introduced Jan 12 2021
  • Read 3rd time & passed on roll call, requested by Senator Collamore, Passed -- Needed 15 of 30 to Pass -- Yeas = 30, Nays = 0 Feb 26 2021
  • Sponsored by Randolph Brock, Richard Sears

H 315

An act relating to COVID-19 relief

  • Introduced Feb 23 2021
  • Read 1st time & referred to Committee on Appropriations Feb 26 2021
  • Sponsored by House Committee On Appropriations

HCR 20

House concurrent resolution congratulating the 2020 class of Boy Scouts who have achieved the rank of Eagle

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Available Sessions

Session Bill Count
2021-2022 Regular Session 529
2019-2020 Regular Session 1799
2018 Special Session 47
2017-2018 Regular Session 1771

Sources

Data on Open States is updated nightly from the official website of the Vermont General Assembly.

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