- Act 11 (Special Session): Making Tax Credits for Charitable Contributions Available to all Vermont Taxpayers
Changes to Vermont's tax code will now benefit all Vermont taxpayers making charitable contributions in 2018.
- Vermont's Reporting Requirements for Storage or Use of Hazardous Materials or Pesticides in the Workplace
Vermont's Community Right-To-Know Program, 20 VSA Chapter 1, Vermont's Rules and Regulations dated October 1995, and the Federal Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) which is a part of 42 USC Chapter 116, require that certain hazardous materials must be reported annually by March 1st for the preceding calendar year. If you have not completed the current year's report, please do so as soon as possible.
- State of Vermont to Award $4 Million in School Safety Grants to Strengthen Security Infrastructure
More than 250 Vermont schools have applied for funding to make security upgrades to their facilities. The State will award $4 million in grants by this fall to help schools strengthen security, using guidance from a statewide safety assessment conducted earlier this year. Governor Phil Scott ordered the assessments after an alleged school shooting plot was uncovered and averted in Fair Haven in February.