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It has been a great privilege to serve the interests of my South Burlington friends and neighbors and I look forward to continuing our work together to solve the challenges that are confronting our state. As we chart new solutions to paying for our children’s education and furthering economic and workforce development, it will be critical that we build on those qualities that make Vermont a special place where people want to live, work, and play.

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Legislators ensure voter access, Senate district may split in two

It is often said that your vote is your voice. Participation in our democracy by voting is the backbone of our country and we are stronger when more people vote. Across the United States, voting rights are currently under attack. Sixteen states have enacted laws to make it harder to vote by mail and eight … Continue reading Legislators ensure voter access, Senate district may split in two

Lawmakers make substantive progress to address racial, social inequities

Much of this legislative session focused on creating an equitable plan for recovery from the pandemic that invests in people and leaves no Vermonter behind. As part of that work, legislators embraced their responsibility to address racial disparities and began course-correcting the historical impacts of racism and social inequality. The COVID-19 pandemic magnified the severe … Continue reading Lawmakers make substantive progress to address racial, social inequities

South Burlington lawmakers reflect on historic session

South Burlington legislators logged off the 2021 legislative session last Friday after finalizing a $7.3 billion budget and sending a stack of bills to Gov. Phil Scott’s desk to sign. House and Senate committees tuned in to work virtually from day one, marking a historical pandemic-era session even as the state eases COVID-19 restrictions and … Continue reading South Burlington lawmakers reflect on historic session

LEGISLATIVE UPDATE – MAY 20201 – TOXIC CHEMICALS OF HIGH CONCERN

This week the House passed S. 20, a bill that focuses on protecting Vermonters from the risks that per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, known widely as PFAS, and other toxic chemicals pose to our personal health as well as to that of the environment. The bill targets five different areas of consumer products that are major … Continue reading LEGISLATIVE UPDATE – MAY 20201 – TOXIC CHEMICALS OF HIGH CONCERN

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