Category Archives: Montpelier Report

State Legislative Update from Representative Alison Clarkson

11 January 2016 It was a somber and historic beginning to Vermont’s 2016 Legislative Session.  The opening days of the second year in a legislative biennium aren’t usually very dramatic.  But this year, we had two events which distinguished 2016’s … Continue reading

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Update from State Rep Alison Clarkson

FROM: Alison Clarkson DATE: 17 November 2014 Many thanks to the voters in Plymouth, Reading and Woodstock for re-electing me to be your State Representative in the Vermont Legislature. I am honored to have this job and deeply appreciate the … Continue reading

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Rep. Alison Clarkson’s Legislative Update

10 April 2014 It has taken the Legislature three weeks to complete ‘cross over’ – that period when the bills which have made it through the committee process in the House and the Senate must pass from one body to … Continue reading

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Alison Clarkson’s Legislative Update – March 2014

From Alison Clarkson, Vermont State Representative for Plymouth After our week Town Meeting break, the Legislature began the two weeks of what we call “cross over”.  It roughly marks the half way point in the Session, and it is in … Continue reading

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State Rep Alison Clarkson’s 2014 Town Meeting Report

From Vermont State Representative Alison Clarkson 2014 TOWN MEETING REPORT Dear Friends and Neighbors – Thank you for the opportunity to serve you in the Vermont Statehouse. While the challenges are enormous, so are the opportunities. For the last few … Continue reading

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Alison Clarkson’s Legislative Update

Report for May 2013  The 2013 Legislative Session adjourned May 14th.  Speaker Shap Smith gaveled us out after the rather restrained pomp and circumstance that marked the end of a very challenging session.  The last few days were spent negotiating … Continue reading

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Alison Clarkson’s Legislative Update

From Rep. Alison Clarkson It was a pleasure to see so many of you in Plymouth, Reading and Woodstock at Town Meeting.  Each meeting exercised its unique aspect of local decision making.  At my first Town Meeting in Plymouth, there … Continue reading

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