What’s your legislator’s public interest score?

As Election Day rapidly approaches, Vermont Public Interest Research Group’s 2011-2012 Legislative Scorecard provides real data on how legislators voted on public interest issues. As the state’s largest consumer and environmental advocacy organization, VPIRG is involved in a broad range of policy debates in Montpelier, from health care reform to banning fracking.

The 2011-2012 Legislative Scorecard tracks votes on clean energy, health care, consumer protection, green cleaning, campaign finance reform, Bottle Bill expansion, a ban on fracking and more.  Most of the votes included are on issues that VPIRG supported, but this year’s scorecard also has several votes where the public interest vote was a “no.”  These include a proposed moratorium on wind power development and a proposed delay in health care reform.

The archive of past Legislative Scorecards is available here.

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