As businesses rebuild and plan for the future, we have an opportunity to chart a course that moves us “forward” toward a regenerative economy – one that is equitable, resilient, and sustainable. VBSR’s 30th Annual Conference will explore three themes: Anti-Racism Business Resiliency in the Era of COVID The Climate Crisis This full-day virtual […]
VBSR honors legislators and public servants who have shown exceptional leadership in addressing VBSR-supported issues. Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility (VBSR) honored Rep. Tom Stevens, D-Waterbury, at a legislative breakfast next week for his work to raise the state’s minimum wage and establish a paid family leave system in Vermont. “Rep. Stevens helped shepherd these […]
Each biennium, we grade members of the Vermont Legislature on recent votes at the State House that were important to our members. The scorecard gives members of the Vermont House and Senate scores from 100 percent to 0 percent, depending on how they voted on a number of important business issues during the session.
Every year, we create a legislative report summarizing the bills and policies influenced by VBSR action at the State House. You can see the legislative reports below, and you can also see recent legislative testimony by VBSR and its members in our Public Policy blog. For more information on VBSR public policy priorities please contact Public […]
VBSR’s Legislative Team advocates for member-driven public policy positions in the Vermont Legislature. VBSR is the voice in Montpelier for socially responsible business supporting sustainable economic development, environmental protection, workplace quality, publicly financed healthcare de-coupled from employment, and healthy communities.