If there is an issue that you think should become a law, you don’t have to wait until your state legislature agrees with you. You can let the voters decide by filing a ballot initiative. Your direct action can qualify your measure to be on the ballot in the next statewide election.
Last updated on: September 15, 2020
Vermont does not currently have a statewide ballot initiative process. However, the Vermont Constitution does allow the initiative process for amendments in cities and towns.
There are a few local governing bodies that allow the initiative process for ordinances. You can check with your local government to learn about measures that can be taken your city.
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