Publications & Resources

Publications

Where We Stand

How they Voted
  • Every year The Vermont Chamber of Commerce prepares a Legislative Report Card to highlight legislators’ voting records on issues that directly affect our membership. The Vermont Chamber is a non-partisan organization dedicated to promoting an economic climate conducive to business growth and preservation of the Vermont quality of life.
  • View the 2013-2014 Legislative Report Card
  • Click here to see report cards from previous years.

2014 State of the Budget Address

2014 Vermont Chamber Press Statement on Jobs and Economy

Legislative Handbook: 2013-2014
  • The Vermont Chamber of Commerce produces a handbook of all Vermont elected officials complete with district information, contact information and committee assignments. In print only, the handbook is available to members (1 copy for free), and to the general public for a small fee.
  • Click HERE to download a PDF of the 2013-2014 Legislative Handbook.
  • To request a hard copy of the handbook please email Jessica Gingras (cmiller@vtchamber.com) and include your name, number of copies and mailing address.

State to Main: The Legislative Update.

  • Every week during the legislative session, the Vermont Chamber of Commerce produces "State to Main"; a weekly publication that informs our members of business-related and economic issues as they move through the legislative process. A comprehensive capture each week, our lobbying team works hard to document and break down the happenings on Main St. in Montpelier that may affect businesses on Main St.
  • Are you a Chamber member that is currently not receiving "State to Main"? Fill out the form below so we can get you on our mailing list!
  • Click here to see the 2012 issues of State to Main

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  • Other Resources

    Who Represents Me?

    2010 - Unintended Consequences: The Negative Effect of Taxes on Businesses and Towns that Share a Border with New Hampshire

    • The Vermont Chamber participates in an ongoing study of the long term economic impacts of various public policy choices on retail activity in communities bordering the Connecticut River. Click here to view the 2010 report.



     

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