For over three decades, the Vermont Attorney General and UVM have worked together to help Vermont consumers and businesses.
CAP student volunteers and professional staff can help you solve problems with a business, find answers from state government and connect you with other resources.
The future of consumer protection is online. I was happy to be at Champlain College today to speak about digital identity and the need to balance commerce with consumer protection. ... See MoreSee Less
VT, NY, CT, and NYC secured a nationwide preliminary injunction STOPPING the Trump Administration’s new “public charge” rule from taking effect on Tuesday,10/15.
This rule would have expanded the current “public charge” policies and would have allowed the federal government to consider if an individual has received public assistance, or is likely to seek public assistance, when considering the individual’s entry into the country or application for a green card.
Today’s victory sends a clear message that public benefits are a hand-up, not a handout. ⤵️⤵️⤵️
Vermont’s lobbyist registration and disclosure law applies to certain communications with and activities directed at the Attorney General. Prior to any interactions with the Office of the Vermont Attorney General, you are advised to review Title 2, Sections 261-268 of the Vermont Statutes Annotated, as well as the Vermont Secretary of State’s most recent guide to compliance, available at https://www.sec.state.vt.us/elections/lobbying.aspx.