2017 Legislative Midpoint Overview

Since the start of the 2017 legislative session, VPIRG members and supporters have been more active than ever: signing petitions, calling the State House, sending ...

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VPIRG's Paul Burns testifies in front of the Senate Committee on Natural Resources and Energy in support of protecting Vermonters from toxic chemicals

Legislative Update: Toxic Chemical Reform Moves Forward

S. 103 passed through the Senate Natural Resources and Energy Committee last Friday with unanimous support. The bill has since been approved by the Senate ...

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VT FaMLI moves to Ways & Means

After weeks of testimony, the paid family and medical leave bill was passed out of the House General, Housing & Military Affairs Committee last Friday. H.196 ...

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VPIRG's Paul Burns testifies in front of the Senate Committee on Natural Resources and Energy in support of protecting Vermonters from toxic chemicals

Legislative Update: Toxic Chemical Reform

The Senate Natural Resources and Energy Committee has been reviewing S. 103, the toxic chemical reform bill based on recommendations from a working group convened ...

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Secure retirement for all Vermonters

The numbers don’t look good: almost half of all private-sector employees in Vermont lack access to a retirement plan through their employer, and for those ...

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