The Week Ahead in Committee | Week of March 9

The following are selected items on committee calendars for the coming week that might be of interest to members.  Schedules are subject to change.  If you would like more in­formation on any of these issues or others of interest to you, please do not hesitate to contact us at info@aivt.org.  You and also review full agendas […]

The Week Ahead in Committee | Week of February 24

The following are selected items on committee calendars for the coming week that might be of interest to members.  Schedules are subject to change.  If you would like more in­formation on any of these issues or others of interest to you, please do not hesitate to contact us at info@aivt.org.  You and also review full agendas […]

The Week Ahead in Committee | Week of February 17

The following are selected items on committee calendars for the coming week that might be of interest to members.  Schedules are subject to change.  If you would like more in­formation on any of these issues or others of interest to you, please do not hesitate to contact us at info@aivt.org.  You and also review full agendas […]

Feedback and Engagement Needed | Corporate Tax Reform:  Opportunities for Key AIV Priorities, Questions about Additional Changes

The Ways and Means Committee is considering legislation to make changes to how Vermont’s corporate income tax is calculated and apportioned.  Some of these changes would greatly benefit Vermont manufacturers and related businesses, while other possible changes raise uncertainties. Feedback and support from manufacturers will be critical in moving forward on the positive changes and […]

UPDATED | Act 250 Reform Actually Takes a Step Forward?

The House Natural Resources, Fish, and Wildlife has been slogging through Act 250 reform proposals since last year.  Progress has been glacial and inconsistent.  Nevertheless, pressure has been increasing on the Committee to get something to the House floor in time for the cross-over deadline in mid-March for bills to get to the Senate in […]

Legislation Advances Mandating Greenhouse Gas Reductions and Allowing Private Right of Action for Enforcement

As discussed previously, the House Energy and Technology Committee has been working on legislation, H.688, that would establish mandatory goals for Vermont to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.  The bill would create a private right of action for suing the state if implementation benchmarks are not met.  The Committee voted the bill out on Tuesday, and […]

The Week Ahead in Committees

The following are selected items on committee calendars for the coming week that might be of interest to members.  Schedules are subject to change.  If you would like more in­formation on any of these issues or others of interest to you, please do not hesitate to contact us at info@aivt.org.  You and also review full agendas […]

New Legislation | Updated February 4

The following are bills introduced in the Legislature this year that might be of particular interest to members, with first the House bills and then the Senate bills.  Click on the bill number for more about texts, sponsors, procedural history, and other information.  Keep in mind that the statements of purpose provided below are part […]

The Week Ahead in Committees | For the Week of February 3

The following are selected items on committee calendars for the coming week that might be of interest to members.  Schedules are subject to change.  If you would like more in­formation on any of these issues or others of interest to you, please do not hesitate to contact us at info@aivt.org.  You and also review full agendas […]

Governor Scott’s Budget Address

The following is from the Administration’s press release.  The full text of the address is below. Montpelier, Vt. – Governor Phil Scott today delivered his fourth budget address, presenting a balanced budget that limits spending growth to a total of just two percent across all funds and does not raise taxes or service fees paid […]