Sibilia re-election campaign underway

Dear friends and neighbors, Serving my first two years as your representative in the Vermont House has been a privilege and an honor.  As an independent freshman legislator serving on the House Commerce Committee, I worked hard, every day, to forge productive relationships with my colleagues and use my experience and voice to assist our district, our neighbors, and our state. …

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2015 Session Wrap Up

At 11:15 pm on Saturday May 16th,  the gavel fell signaling the end of 2015 Legislative Session.  Since then I have resumed working full-time at my regular employment job - Director of Economic and Workforce Development for SE Vermont's Windham Region, attended the last school events of the season for my middle schooler, and celebrated …

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Rep. Sibilia 2015 Town Meeting Legislative Update

Town Meeting Legislative Update   March 3, 2015 Dear Friends and Neighbors: It is an honor to represent you in our State Legislature and communicate the activities of the General Assembly to you in this newsletter. I have been busy since the beginning of the session working in my committee, researching issues and developing legislation. …

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Southern Vermont Legislators Propose Bill to Address Major Economic Development Challenges

For immediate release: February 24th, 2015 Additional info contact: Laura Sibilia lhsibilia@gmail.com 802-384-0233 Kiah Morris kiahmorrisvt@gmail.com 802-688-3300 Southern Vermont Legislators Propose Bill to Address Major Economic Development Challenges Laura Sibilia (I) of the Windham-Bennington district and Kiah Morris (D) of the Bennington 2-2 district recently announced the introduction of H.271; an act relating to giving …

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“Fee Bill” amendment scales back increases on small restaurants

Last week, working with a small group of bipartisan legislators, I successfully amended the annual fee bill.  I've since been told that can be tough to do. The fee bill is an annual event for the Administration and the Legislature.  Every year, up to one third of all fees the Vermont assesses for a host …

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