Rep. Sibilia: Week 9 of the 2019 Vermont legislative session

After being out of session for the Town Meeting week - the legislature reconvened last week to finalize policy bills expected to move out of the House or Senate and over to the other legislative body.  This period of time is called "crossover". Bills that make it through crossover and have a successful vote of …

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Rep. Sibilia: Reflections on 2018 ~ Contemplating 2019

~ 2018 Reflections ~ Contemplating 2019 ~ This past year voters elected me to a third two-year term representing you in  the Vermont Legislature.  Thank you for placing your trust in me. I will continue to work to represent our district with integrity and passion. ~~~ Last session I served for a second year on the newly formed Energy …

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Final update of the 2018 session

The eventful 2018 session has come to an end and my final review of the session follows.  Over the summer and fall you can expect to hear more from me on updates to the State's Act 46 plan, telecommunications and CoverageCo, the scheduling of a public forum on healthcare.  I did previously announce my intention …

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Rep. Sibilia 2018 Town Meeting Update

Dear Friends and Neighbors: It’s an honor to represent you in our State Legislature and to communicate the activities of the General Assembly to you in this Town Meeting update.  This report is also available online at http://www.laurasibiliavt.com where it contains live links to supporting documents and sponsored legislation.  Please stay in touch on issues …

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Legislative update – January 28, 2018

The 2018 Vermont Legislative Session began on January 3rd.  We've already seen marijuana legalized in the Session and it looks like we will be spending a considerable amount of time on education cost, delivery and equity. I was pleased that both both House Speaker Mitzi Johnson's opening comments and Governor Phil Scott's subsequent State of …

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