• Latest news and analysis of key state and federal issues

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  • New Chemical Regulations Under Review

  • Reducing Electricity Costs for Manufacturers

  • Reforming Workplace Drug Tasting Laws

  • Compliance with Recent Law for Chemicals in Products

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Associated Industries of Vermont is the only state-wide association that is dedicated to manufacturers and their supporting businesses and organizations.

We provide legislative and regulatory advocacy and representation at the state and federal levels, news and information, edu­cation, networking and marketing, and other benefits.

If you or your customers are manufacturers or other productive or technology companies, find out why you need to join AIV.

Not a member of AIV yet?

Join our Vermont Manufacturing Network to stay in touch about news and events


  • Reports for Manufacturers

  • Useful Links

  • State and Federal Resources

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  • Powell: Economy looks resilient despite risk of China virus.  AP 2/11

  • US open jobs fall sharply for 2nd straight month.  AP 2/11

  • Eight Drivers for Manufacturing’s Next 50 Years. IndustryWeek 2/10

  • Sustainable manufacturing: Good for the environment and metal fabricators.  The Fabricator 2/9

  • Why Competing For New Talent Is a Mistake.  Harvard Business Review 2/5

  • Pro-union bill draws 2020 battle lines.   The Hill 2/5

  • Defense aircraft demand lifts U.S. factory orders; underlying softness remains.  Reuters 2/4

  • Survey: U.S. factories expand for first time since July.  AP 2/3

  • Logistics: To insource or outsource?  Supply Chain Dive 2/4

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August 1 | Human Resources Seminar

March 8 | 98th AIV Annual Meeting

Energy and Vermont's Economy: Challenges and Responses for Competitiveness


  • Regulation of Chemicals

  • Addressing Energy Costs

  • Independent Contractors and Employee Classification

  • Drug Use and the Workplace

  • Mandatory Paid Leave Compliance

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