Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Vermont Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs on Silvio O. Conte NFWR

   Vermont Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs on Silvio O. Conte NFWR
It is the position of the Vermont Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs that the Silvio O. Conte NFWR (National Fish & Wildlife Refuge) should maintain outdoors sporting activities as a "priority public use" as established by the 1997 of the National Wildlife Refuge Improvement Act.  The Federation further holds that in order to best achieve the mission and policies of said Act, the Silvio O. Conte NFWR should adopt the State of Vermont laws and regulations, governing hunting, fishing and trapping.  The U.S. Forest Service already manages the Green Mountain National Forest by use of Vermont's laws and regulations and it would be sound public policy for the Silvio O. Conte NFWR to do the same, having uniform laws in Vermont.
Citizens wishing to post comments to the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service to call for "The Silvio O. Conte NWFR should adopt Vermont's law and regulations governing hunting, fishing and trapping." must use FWS-R5-NWRS-2015-0036 to post your comments by either of the following two methods: 
·         Electronically via the Federal eRulemaking Portal at: In the "Search" box, commenters will enter the docket number (FWS-R5-NWRS-2015-0036) for this project. Comments can be submitted by clicking on "Comment Now!" You can add attachments to your comment. All comments will be posted to and will be available for public viewing. This generally means that any personal information you provide us will be posted with the comment.
·         By mail to:
USFWS Public Comments Processing
5275 Leesburg Pike
Falls Church, VA 22041-3803
 Public comment period ends November 16.

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Central Vermont Friends of NRA Banquet on Saturday, September 26

The Central Vermont Friends of NRA Banquet will be on Saturday night, September 26, at the Barre Elks Club.
The banquet is all about good friends, good food, and great fun.  As always for 14 years.
Special notes of interest this year are the NRA pistol (see below), the Ted Nugent autographed guitar, the very
popular Table Captain bonus, and the lots of .22 caliber long rifle ammunition that is available. 
A $35.00 banquet ticket buys a great meal and fun Saturday night. 
More detailed information is on the attached flyer.
Preserving the Shooting Sports!

Friday, August 28, 2015

VT F&W Acoustic and Noise Management Workshop for Shooting Range Operators

Press Release
For Immediate Release:  August 25, 2015
Media Contacts: Daneil Pieterse; 802-272-6923
                              Chris Saunders; 802-343-5487
Acoustic and Noise Management Workshop
Available for Shooting Range Operators
MONTPELIER, Vt. -- The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is hosting a special seminar on shooting range acoustics and noise management on Saturday, September 12, at the Agency of Natural Resources Annex, 190 Junction Road, Berlin, Vermont.
The department and several sporting organizations have been working to enhance shooting range opportunities for hunters and shooters throughout Vermont. At the seminar participants will learn practical information on acoustics and how it relates to shooting ranges in particular. The presentation will include background on acoustics materials, measurements and noise mitigation. Discussion will follow on local, county and state noise codes, ordinances and laws.
Leading the seminar is Bill Bergiadis, founder of Troy Acoustics Corporation and designer of a highly rated sound-wall system. A nationally recognized expert on acoustic materials, Bergiadis regularly does presentations at NRA range seminars and for government agencies.
The seminar will run from 9:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.  Continental breakfast and coffee will be provided.  Anyone interested in attending needs to pre-register.
"For current and potential range operators, this is a must-attend workshop," says Daneil Pieterse, Vermont Fish & Wildlife's shooting range technician.  "Clubs and organizations should consider sending members so they can be equipped with the knowledge and tools to bring back to their organizations.  Well-run shooting ranges provide safe and educational resources for beginning hunters and established firearm users. Our department is committed to fostering responsible range management in the state and we look forward to helping clubs and organizations in this effort."
For more information or to register for this event, please see:
John Hall, Outreach Division
[phone]       802-828-1000      [fax]      802-828-1250
My email address will change August 1
Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department
1 National Life Drive, Davis 2
Montpelier VT 05620

Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Woman On Target at Camp Kehoe

> Clint Gray is conducting a NRA Women On Target event at the Kehoe Camp in Bomoseen, VT on Sunday, August 23.
> Clint will have done six NRA WOT events in 2015, this will be his seventh, bringing his 2015 NRA WOT season to a close.
> The NRA WOT program is an introductory training course for women to receive safe firearm instruction by qualified
> firearm instructors on a safe facility.  Clint conducts this course for the students receiving firearm safety training, range
> safety and instruction on various type of firearms and crossbow.
> The course will start at 8 A.M. and continue into the afternoon.  All of the training materials necessary for the NRA WOT
> will be provided.  Lunch will also be provided.
> To register for the course please contact Clint at:  802-535-7111 or,
> This NRA Women On Target event is funded by a grant from the profits of Vermont's six Friends of NRA banquets.

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Vermonters Excel at Camp Perry

> Photo of Vermont riflemen Bruce Baroffio and Chris Bradley at Camp Perry is an attachment.
> Interested in CMP rifle shooting, check out:
> Local Men Compete at Camp Perry
> Since 1907, Camp Perry, located at Port Clinton Ohio, has been the site of the National Matches run by the Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) and the National Rifle Association (NRA).  For this year, well over 1,000 competitors were present for the CMP matches with competitors present from all 50 states, in addition to competitors from Canada, England, Ireland and Australia.
> Life-long shooting buddies Bruce Baroffio and Chris Bradley, both residents of Northfield, attended this year's CMP matches from July 16 th – 23 rd.  The highpoint of their attendance was the CMP Games competitions, which are matches focusing on using "as-issued" US Military Service rifles such as the M1 Garand, the 1903 Springfield, M1 Carbine and Vintage Military Bolt Guns.  
> Based on the scores attained by the respective shooters, Gold, Silver and Bronze medals are awarded, in addition to recognition of first, second and third place. 
> In the M1 Garand match, Mr. Baroffio not only earned a Gold medal with his stellar score of 290-3x (out of 300), this score was exceptional enough to earn him 3rd place out of 1,072 total shooters where he tied both first and second place but came in third only based on "x" count (number of center shots); Mr. Bradley earned a Silver medal in that same match
> In the Springfield 1903 match, Mr. Bradley earned a Gold medal with a score of 280-3x with Mr. Baroffio earning a Silver medal.
> In the Vintage Military bolt gun match, Mr. Bradley earned a Bronze medal; unfortunately Mr. Baroffio's Swedish Mauser suffered a malfunction which prevented him from medaling.  Due to a scheduling conflict, neither shooter was able to compete in the M1 Carbine match.
> The above picture is of Mr. Baroffio and Mr. Bradley taken at the 300 yard firing line on the 150-firing point Vialle Range.

Monday, July 27, 2015

Youth Waterfowlers training day!

The Youth Waterfowl Hunter Training is a cooperative effort to instruct young waterfowlers ages 12-15 in a variety of sessions both indoors and outdoors to be more responsible and aware waterfowl hunters.  Some of the sessions include Waterfowl ID, regulations, duck and goose calling, decoy sets, trap and skeet shooting, hunting/boat safety and others.  The day is a full day 8 AM to 5 PM at the Sportsman's Club of Franklin County on Saturday, August 22.  Youth hunters must have an adult mentor accompany them for the day.  Each adult can mentor up to 2 youth. 

The refuge has established 11 youth hunter areas on the refuge that are available to youth hunters for the first 4 weekends of the waterfowl season (this includes Youth waterfowl weekend Sept 26 & 27).  A drawing for the 11 blind sites will be held during the Youth Waterfowl Hunter Training Day.   Please have any interested waterfowlers contact me or 802-868-4781 with questions or more information.  Send me an email or give a call if you need more specific information. Thanks,  Dave 

Thursday, July 2, 2015

Support for Darryl Montague

Vermont Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs,Inc.

Support for Darryl Montague


On Monday, June 29th, Darryl Montague was shot 3 times at point-blank range.  To date he has undergone several surgeries and has received over 30 units of blood, which completely emptied Vermont's supply and required bringing in additional units of blood from New Hampshire.


At this time we understand that the internal bleeding has been stopped and he has been stabilized, but he remains in critical condition and is being very closely monitored.


In response to this horrendous event, the Federation asks you to PLEASE consider helping, hopefully in two ways:


1.       Make a Donation

2.       Giving Blood


Donation Fund

An online fund has been set up to allow money to be donated to help defray the medical costs not covered by insurance as well as other expenses being incurred by his extended family such as travel, lodging meals and incidentals.  Please give and please give generously.



If you wish to pay over the web:                     


If you prefer to pay by check, please send donations to:

                                                                                Darryl Montague Fund

c/o Jessica Guay
32 Jonathan Drive

Wilmot, NH  03287


Giving Blood

Darryl can accept A+, O+, or O- blood types.  The best location to donate blood is the American Red Cross Donation Center in Burlington which is located at 32 N. Prospect St, and be sure to donate in Darryl's name. Time is extremely precious for Darryl and his family, so please make the time to go to Burlington and donate blood.  The Burlington Donation Center is open 9am - 6pm Monday - Friday and Saturday 9am - 2pm.  If you can't make it to Burlington, then please visit this Red Cross website and type in your zip code to find the nearest donation center, or plan on attending the following donation events:


·         Littleton, NH on July 2, 2015
Elks Lodge; Route 302; Littleton, NH 10:00am to 3:00pm

·         Brattleboro on July 7, 2015
VFW; Black Mountain Road; from 11:30am to 5:00pm


PLEASE:  Beyond being the Secretary of the Vermont Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs, Darryl is true friend, and avid hunter, and exceptional marksman and extremely dedicated to his family.  We respectfully ask that you consider donating to Darryl's Fund, as well as giving blood in Darryl's name; he would do the same and more for you...

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Note about Darryl

> The membership of the Vermont Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs is
> closely following the developing facts of the case of the shooting of
> Darryl Montague.  Our thoughts and prayers are with Darryl, his
> immediate family and his extended Federation family.
> Darryl, like his father Harry, have served the Federation for decades
> in various offices and promoted safe shooting by his many years of
> volunteer firearm instructor services.  We wish Darryl a swift and full
> recovery.
> Thanks,
> Chris
> Chris Bradley
> President, Vermont Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs (VTFSC),
> Secretary & Treasurer, Vermont State Rifle And Pistol Association (VSRPA) -

Thursday, June 18, 2015

NCSC files legal action against the Town of Williston

Tthe North Country Sportsmen's Club in Williston filed a legal action against
the Town of Williston over its enforcement actions barred by state law.  The
legal action was filed in the Superior Court in Chittenden County.

The NCSC is holding a shooting event this Saturday to raise funds for the lawsuit.
The mailing address for the NCSC is:
North Country Sportsmen's Clubs
P.O. Box 1093
Williston, Vermont 05495 

Monday, June 15, 2015

ASA Suppressor Demonstration at Barre F&G Club on Thursday, July 2nd

After the passage of H.5, effective July 1, it will be lawful to possess and own a suppressor in Vermont.
But only use for discharge on an existing sport shooting range, as defined in 10 VSA Section 5227. 
The American Suppressor Association will be conducting a suppressor demonstration at the Barre F&G Club
from 10:00 A.M to 2 P.M. on Thursday, July 2. Representatives of suppressor industry will have firearms with
suppressors and the public will be able to observe, handle and shoot firearms with suppressors.   Ammo will
be provided by the ASA.  More info is provided in the attachment to this E-mail. 
Barre Fish & Game Club:  Directions to in lower right hand of home page.

American Suppressor Association:
The ASA demonstration invite relates a RSVP request but that is not applicable for members of the public, it
directed to the those in the industry so the ASA will have an idea of what business groups would be attending.

Sunday, June 14, 2015

North Country Sportsman's Club - Fun Shoot and Gun Rights Legal Action Fundraiser 6/20

If you have been following battle the North Country Sportsmen's Club (NCSC) had with the Town of Williston, the event below is a fund raising effort
for fighting a legal battle to end the town's unlawful enforcement campaign to compell the NCSC to enter into an agreement to limit range operations.

I hope that you all saved next Saturday 6/20/15 for our Fun Shoot Fundraiser!  It's going to be a great time and we're going to bolster the club's legal defense fund!  We are in the process of working with our attorney to get a court ruling confirming what we already know...  that the Town of Williston does not have the authority to restrict shooting at the club as they've tried to do.  The club is on the right side of the law, and we're going to win!  But, unfortunately, it's going to cost a lot of money to be right.  The result of this judgement will not only determine the future of NCSC, but the future of every shooting range in the state of Vermont.  We've already raised nearly $7000 through some very generous contributions.  Our fundraising goal for this shoot is $2000.

A flyer should be attached to this email with the event details.  In short, your $50 entry fee gets you 2 shooting tickets, 5 raffle tickets, and lunch.  Of course, contributions in addition to your entry fee (or if you are not able to attend) will be most appreciated.  This is a fundraiser, after all!  You could even take home a little "green" yourself.  Besides the raffle items, we will be holding a long bird competition after lunch.  Buy in for $10 and the winner takes home half the pot!  Again, more details about the shoot can be found on the attached flyer.

Direct any questions to Bob Otty.     

Monday, May 18, 2015

One Year Ago Vermont Gun Control Group Stated Agenda for 2015

 Saturday, May 16th the Vermont Legislature departed Montpelier. So, how did we do this year?
When you think of what the gun rights folks accomplished in 2015, remember well the Burlington Free Press 
article below from May 6, 2014.
"2015 will be the year," Ann Braden, president of Gun Sense Vermont, at a Statehouse news conference.
The group's singular focus next legislative session will be to pass a law requiring criminal background checks
for all gun transactions, she said.
"Universal background checks is our primary focus," she said.
For all of the hundreds of thousands of gun control dollars spent in Vermont, the Mandatory Background Check bill,
S.31, got dropped very quickly.  

Saturday, May 16, 2015

Vermont Lawmakers Go For Gun Suppressors

Due to the hard work of Rep. Brennan and the efforts of many more a gun suppressor legalization
bill passed the legislature this year.  The Seven Days article describes what happened when it
seemed any suppressor legalization legislation would not happen this year. 
10 VSA § 5227. Sport shooting ranges; municipal and state authority
(a) "Sport shooting range" or "range" means an area designed and operated for the use of archery, rifles, shotguns, pistols, skeet, trap, black powder, or any other similar sport shooting.

Sunday, May 3, 2015

Vermont Lead Ammo Ban hearing on Wednesday "No to H.296, H.297 and H. 460"

On Wednesday, the House F&W Committee is taking testimony on H.460 the bill to ban lead ammo for hunting.

The end of the legislative session is rapidly approaching. This is when the horse trading in the state house really picks up. 
A committee can pass out a bill this year so it is first in line for action next year.  If passed long do think it will stay just hunting?
NRA-ILA Alert H.460 and the other gun control battles in Vermont.  Click on link below.
Now is the time to contact the members of the House F&W Committee and politely say: "No to H.296, H.297 and H.460"
You can leave them a message with the Sgt-at-Arms at 802-828-2228, only Monday through Friday.
H. 460 was introduced by Rep. Willem Jewett of Ripton
The committee member E-mail addresses are below.,,,,
 House F&W Committee Members:


Friday, May 1, 2015

Action Alert: Contact VT House F&W Committee on May 6, hearing on H.460

  On Wednesday, May 6, the House F&W Committe is having a hearing on H.460 the bill to ban lead ammo for hunting.
Now is the time to contact the members of the House F&W Committee politely say: "No to H.296, H.297 and H.460"
You can leave them a message with the Sgt-at-Arms at 802-828-2228, only Monday through Friday.
H. 460 was introduced by Rep. Willem Jewett of Ripton 
The committee member E-mail addresses are below.,,,,
There are other serious anti-gun and anti-outdoors sporting bills assigned to the House Fish & Wildlife Committee.

H.296 would place Vermont's ranges under the control of municipal governments. 
H.297 would restrict the ownership and sale of ivory and rhino horn objects already owned by Vermonters.
H.460 would ban lead ammo for hunting.  At least only for hunting right now.

We all would like to think that these bills would not be going anywhere right but that is just not correct.
There is approximately a month left in the scheduled 2015 legislative year and the closer they get to
the final gavel the quicker the horse trading goes on in the state house. 

Now is the time to contact the members of the House F&W Committee politely say:  "No to H.296, H.297 and H.460"
You can leave them a message with the Sgt-at-Arms at 802-828-2228,  only Monday through Friday. 
House Committee on Fish, Wildlife and Water Resources 




Sunday, April 26, 2015


Remember the gun control group paid their Vermont lobbyist $39,000 for April 1 through June 31, 2014
and another $39,000 for July 1 through December 31, 2014.  For a total of $78,000.00 in 2014.
Now they have reported the even larger amount for the period of January 1 to March 31, 2015 and there
will be another expense reporting for April 1 until June 30.  So, for the 12 month period from April 1, 2014
to March 31, 2015 the gun control group spent approximately    $130,000.00. 
Add the $77,567.90 of Everytown (see below) and you get over $207.000.00 having been spent to get S.141.
Everytown spent over $20,000 in advertising a month Jan. 1 to March 31, 2015.  $20K a month.
The BFP did not include the Everytown for Gun Safety Money.  Why not?        
This does not include their nearly $30,000 in campaign contribution funds recently reported in Seven Days.
The Vermont Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs, NRA and National Shooting Sports spent a total of less
than $37K for January 1, 2015 through April 30, 2015. 
The mandatory background check was pulled when S.31 was dumped.  We could have walked away
but the gun rights groups stayed to make sure that all of the technical and structural legal problems in
what became S.141 did not become law. 
Does anyone really think most of the gun control group money came from Vermont?
This data comes to $77,567.90 from a group with a mailing address of P.O. Box 4184, New York, New York, 10163.
Gunsensevt won't disclose the source of their funding.   Wouldn't a responsible press be just a little curious?
Everytown for Gun Safety Action Fund Disclosure Information
Date Compensation EXP - Advertising EXP - Telemarketing EXP - Other EXP - Total Gifts Contracts Disclosure
04/24/2015 $10,133.70 $65,818.30 $0.00 $1,615.90 $67,434.20 $0.00 $0.00
Total: $ 10,133.70 $ 65,818.30 $ 0.00 $ 1,615.90 $ 67,434.20 $ 0.00 $ 0.00

Thursday, April 23, 2015

VT F&W Dept. Public Hearings on Proposed Rules ONLY for Department Range(s) 4/23 and 4/29

> Vermont F&W Department will be conducting a public hearing on altering the rules governing
> shooting at the VT F&W's Hammond Cove Range in Hartland and any new VT F&W ranges.
> These rules do not pertain to any other ranges, only ranges owned by VT F&W.
> This public hearing is not connected to H.296, the bill that would put ranges under municipal
> control.    
> This public hearing is not about H.460, the bill to ban lead ammo for hunting (for now)
> If you want to oppose H.296 or H.460 both bills are assigned to the House F&W Committee
> and call the Sgt-At-Arms at 802-828-2228 and leave the message "No to H.296 and H.460"
> for Representatives David Deen, Steve Beyor and Kate Webb. 
> The hearing is scheduled to run from 6:30 to 8:30 P.M. Pavilion Auditorium, at 109 State St.
> Montpelier today and another meeting at Hartland Recreational Center, Route 12, Hartland
> on Wednesday, April 29 from 6:30-8:30 P.M.  Press Release below.
> Proposed Shooting Range Rules Only for F&W Ranges
> Press Release
> For Immediate Release: March 30, 2015
> Media Contacts: Daneil Pieterse, Shooting Range Project Technician, 802-272-6923
> Chris Saunders, Hunter Education coordinator, 802-343-5487
> Proposed Shooting Range Rules Only for F&W Ranges
> MONTPELIER, Vt. – The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is proposing strengthening rules for the shooting range it owns at Hammond Cove in Hartland and any others it may open in the future. The proposed rules would not apply to any other shooting ranges.
> Fish & Wildlife says the proposed rules are needed to address potential noise, safety and usage issues with a goal of developing more ranges for members of the public to safely hone their shooting skills.
> The public is invited to review and comment on the proposed rules at a public hearing in the Pavilion Auditorium, 109 State Street, Montpelier, on Thursday, April 23, from 6:30-8:30 p.m., and at a public informational meeting in the Hartland Recreational Center, Route 12, Hartland on Wednesday, April 29 from 6:30-8:30 p.m.
> Since the first department-owned shooting range opened in Hartland, Vermont in 2012, there has been a dramatic increase in its use.
> Proposed rules for ranges operated by the Fish & Wildlife Department include:
> • Require all users15 years of age and older to have a valid Vermont hunting, fishing or combination license unless attending an event or training sponsored by the department.
> • Prohibit use of any fireworks, pyrotechnics, or any other explosive targets, including tannerite.
> • Prohibit firing more than six rounds per magazine.
> -30-

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Action Alert: Contact VT House F&W Committee: "No to H.296, H.297 and H.460"

Some serious anti-gun and anti-outdoors sporting bills are assigned to the House Fish & Wildlife Committee.

H.296 would place Vermont's ranges under the control of municipal governments. 
H.297 would restrict the ownership and sale of ivory and rhino horn objects already owned by Vermonters.
H.460 would ban lead ammo for hunting.  At least only for hunting right now.

We all would like to think that these bills would not be going anywhere right but that is just not correct.
There is approximately a month left in the scheduled 2015 legislative year and the closer they get to
the final gavel the quicker the horse trading goes on in the state house. 

Now is the time to contact the members of the House F&W Committee politely say:  "No to H.296, H.297 and H.460"
You can leave them a message with the Sgt-at-Arms at 802-828-2228,  only Monday through Friday. 
House Committee on Fish, Wildlife and Water Resources 




Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Today in House Judiciary Committee on S.141 (Nasty Ruled Today)

> Today the House Judiciary Committee took up the Federation's suggested
> Veterans-Hunters-Shooters Protection Amendment to remove the totally
> unnecessary 18 month waiting period for those who have recovered from
> mental illness.  This would allow recovered citizen to be able to petition a
> Vermont court to have their rights reinstated.  
> This would have resulted in the federal NICS system being notified and the
> citizen to have the legal disability status removed.
> The Federation believed that if the 18 month waiting period was removed, it
> would provide a viable solution on this issue in S.141.  Of the 31 states that
> have a similar NICS reporting system, 30 do not have a waiting period. 
> The U.S. Department of Justice NICS restoration of rights process does not
> require a state waiting period.  Not even for a state to qualify for its grants
> program.
> After testimony on the the proposed Federation amendment that was introduced
> by the Rep. Thomas Burditt (R) West Rutland, the language was discussed at
> length and was well received. 
> At the very end of the hearing, Rep. Willem Jewett (D) Ripton introduced an
> amendment to the Federation amendment.  His amendment would raise the
> standard of proof of a recovered citizen from a preponderance of evidence
> (51 percent) to the much higher "clear and convincing evidence" standard.
> This means a citizen who has recovered from mental illness and petitions to
> have their firearms right restored will face an expensive and very difficult legal
> process that virtually permanently bars them from the possession of firearms.
> This passed all passed in the committee, as did the now amended S.141.
> The vote to pass was along party lines. 
> As the Federation was willing to not oppose S.141, if the Federation
> amendment was incorporated into S.141, the amending of the Federation
> language to include the draconian language of the Rep. Jewett has killed
> that offer and the Federation now remains strenuously opposed to S.141.
> S.141 now heads to the floor of the House and it should stand for its first
> floor vote on Thursday and its final vote on Friday.
> S.141 has ceased to be just a gun control bill.  It has become much worse.
> In addition being an unnecessary gun control bill, it is a bill that could deter
> people from seeking assistance with mental illness issues.  It now reinforces
> a stigma of disdain for those who have had the misfortunate to fall into mental
> illness.  Like our returning Veterans and their families.
> The Federation and all of the other gun rights groups could have walked
> away from all of this after defeating S.31 and its mandatory background
> check system.  But, instead all stayed to work to remove or correct serious
> and numerous legal and structural problems with the remaining two sections,
> in what became S.141.
> The members of the House Judiciary Committee who voted for S.141 have
> now staked out an inexcusable position of mislabeling the mentally ill (even
> when recovered) as forever being social and legal outcasts, excluded from
> from the respect and the rights of peaceful citizens. 
> This awful amendment is now their position, on public record, let them defend it.
> If you would like to voice your opposition to the Jewett Amendment to S.141
> call the Sgt-At-Arms at 802-828-2228 and leave a message for Rep. Maxine
> Grad (House Judiciary Chair) and Rep. Willem Jewett (Vice-Chair):  
> Please Justify  The S.141 Jewett Amendment
> House Judiciary Members are:
> Name
> Email
> Phone
> Party/Town
> Maxine Grad, Chair
> 496-7667
> (D) - Moretown
> Willem Jewett, Vice Chair
> 388-0320
> (D) - Ripton
> Thomas Burditt, Ranking Member
> 438-0031
> (R) - W. Rutland
> Charles Conquest
> 757-3803
> (D) - Wells River
> William Frank
> 899-3136
> (D) - Underhill
> Martin LaLonde
> 863-3086
> (D) - S. Burlington
> Marcia Martel
> 748-9134
> (R) - Waterford
> Betty Nuovo
> 388-2024
> (D) - Middlebury
> Barbara Rachelson
> 862-1290
> (D) - Burlington
> Vicki Strong
> 754-2790
> (R) - Irasburg
> Gary Viens
> 323-2183
> (R) - Newport
> The Committee Assistant is:
> Kate Wilson
> (802) 828-2257