Governor Phil Scott emphasizes a need for the Vermont Legislature to work with him to act now on housing
Governor Scott's Blog
Public Service Commissioner June Tierney details the benefits of the Administration's proposal to expand cell phone service in Vermont
Secretary Tebbetts & Secretary Kurrle: Governor’s Budget Recognizes the Importance of Farm and Food-based Economy
Vermont's secretaries of Agriculture and Commerce call on the Legislature to support Governor Scott's proposals to strengthen farm and food systems
Tax Commissioner Craig Bolio outlines Governor Scott's $51.5 million tax relief package: "It's meaningful, it is progressive, and it will help provide relief to Vermonters through several different stages in their lives from being young workers, to being middle-income families, and ultimately being Vermont retirees."
Secretary Kurrle: Military Pensions: We Need to Stop Making it Easy for Highly Skilled Job Seekers to Choose Anywhere but Vermont
Commerce & Community Development Secretary Lindsay Kurrle highlights the Governor's proposal to eliminate the tax on military retirement benefits as a workforce recruitment tool
Action Taken by Governor Scott on Bills During the 2022 Legislative Session
Transcript: Governor Phil Scott Continues to Encourage Steps to Protect at-Risk Vermonters and ICU Capacity and Urges Increased Vaccination to Move Vermont Forward
At his weekly press conference, Governor Phil Scott delivered the following remarks.
Governor Phil Scott today announced that 80.2% of Vermont’s eligible population - those age 12 and older - have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, making it the first state to reach this major milestone.
Commentary: Secretary Kurrle: $1 Billion To Rebuild Stronger, Investing in Vermont’s Future Economic Growth and Resiliency
It’s easy to look back over the last 18 months and see all of the ways that COVID has set us back: from shuttered businesses, to the thousands of Vermonters losing their jobs, a disproportionate amount of whom were women who had to exit the workforce to care for their children.
Commentary: Flynn, Tierney and Moore: With New Federal Funding, A Solid Plan and A Transformational Vision, We Can and Must Act on Climate