Roll Call

Much of the media’s attention during Vermont’s legislative session focuses on a small handful of bills. In the last couple of years, you’ve probably read a good deal about the state budget, marijuana legalization, background checks for gun purchases, and school district consolidation legislation. Perhaps you’ve followed debates on legislation related to renewable energy project siting, paid sick leave, or cleaning up Vermont’s rivers and lakes. Beyond these high profile and sometimes controversial pieces of legislation, the legislature considers hundreds of bills over a two-year biennium. In the Vermont legislature’s 2017 session, 542 bills were introduced for consideration in the House a


Best ways to reach Tim:

Cell: (802) 384-8256

Home: (802) 785-2414

Best ways to reach Jim:

Home: (802) 785-4146



Jim Masland and Tim Briglin were elected to represent the Windsor-Orange 2 district towns of Norwich, Sharon, Strafford, and Thetford in the Vermont House of Representatives.  Their current two-year term is for 2019-2020.


Jim Masland is serving his eleventh term in the Statehouse and is a member of the Ways & Means Committee.


Tim Briglin is serving his third term in the Statehouse and is the Chair of the Energy & Technology Committee.


You can find Jim and Tim's seats in the General Assembly by clicking here.  Their seat numbers are #82 and #93, respectively.


The Vermont State Legislature's website has a tremendous amount of information.  On the site, you will find information about all state representatives and state senators, bills and resolutions that have been introduced, hearing schedules and reports for House and Senate Committees, information about visiting the Statehouse, links to Vermont Statutes and Vermont's Constitution, and links to other branches of state government.