Sunday, February 19th
1 pm to 4 pm
Location: Edmunds Elementary School (299 Main St, Burlington)
The Women’s Caucus will meet for a potluck lunch at 11:30 am at Emma … Continue reading
The following is from Robin Chesnut-Tangerman, Chair of the House Progressive Caucus. Robin also responded to Scott’s budget via Facebook Live immediately following the budget address. You can find his video response at the bottom of … Continue reading
Executive Director, Vermont Progressive Party
Montpelier, VT – Some Progressives are questioning Governor Phil Scott’s executive order combining the Departments of Labor and Commerce.
“Efficiency in government and … Continue reading
This is a press release from the Burlington Progressive Steering Committee
Burlington City Chair
Burlington, VT- The Burlington Progressive Party issued a statement in support of … Continue reading
Rep. Chris Pearson (P-Burlington) opens up the Jan. 27th 2016 press conference about H.656, a bill to provide property tax relief to low- and middle-income Vermonters.
Sen. Anthony Pollina (P/D-Washington Co) and Rep. Sandy … Continue reading
The four issues listed below constitute a policy list designated as VPP’s top priorities by the Progressive Party’s state Coordinating Committee. Below you’ll also find a list of priorities from each Progressive legislator. This legislative … Continue reading
Last week the House passed a bill that substantially overhauls Vermont law regarding minor guardianship. Existing law is nearly 100 years old and fails to adequately address the needs of families in this century.