State bills will go through the State Senate and the State House. Bills going through the Senate begin with S. Bills going through the House begin with HR. There is no set order of the two branches it must go through first or second. If it goes first through the Senate it will then go through the House. If it first goes through the House it will then go through the Senate. A bill must pass through both branches before it will be considered law. State bills fo to the govenor while national bills go to the president.
Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin
Vermont Lieutenant Governor Phil Scott
Vermont Attorney General William Sorrell
U.S. Senators representing Vermont should not be confused with Vermont State Senators. Each state has two US Senators, and each state's two make up the 100 U.S. Senators. However, there are far more than 100 total senators.
Vermont US Senator Bernie Sanders
Vermont US Senator Patrick Leahy
Vermont U.S. House Representatives should not be confused with Vermont State House Representatives. Vermont has 1 U.S. House Representative.
Vermont State Senators should not be confused with Vermont US Senate. Vermont has 30 State Senators.
Vermont State House Representatives should not be confused with Vermont US House Representatives. Vermont has 150 State House Representatives.