Anne Galloway

Anne Galloway

Anne Galloway is the founder of She has worked as a reporter and editor in Vermont for 20 years. Galloway is the former editor of the Sunday Rutland Herald and Times Argus. For many years, she was a contributing writer for Seven Days and a visual arts reviewer for the Times Argus. Her reporting has appeared in The New York Times, the New York Daily News, Vermont Life and City Pages (Minneapolis). She is a member of Investigative Reporters and Editors.

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Twitter: @GallowayVTD


    Montpelier sneak peek: Budget holes emerge, paid leave in flux

    The House is in the preliminary stages of its budget review process, but lawmakers are seeing a lot not to like.

    UPDATED: Doyle triggers Senate revote next week on paid sick leave

    Flipping a bill after it has been passed is no easy task. While Doyle’s reconsideration appeared to come out of the blue, behind the scenes, fellow Republicans orchestrated the political maneuver.

    Dunne leaves Google to work full time on gubernatorial campaign

    Matt Dunne resigns his position at Google to focus on his gubernatorial campaign.

    Lisman first gubernatorial candidate to release TV ad

    Bruce Lisman, a Republican candidate for governor, has released a 60-second TV ad, “L4VT: New Direction for Vermont.” The ad, which will be shown on WCAX and cable news, is the first to be launched by a gubernatorial candidate in the 2016 race. Lisman, a retired Wall Street executive, is competing in a primary against […]

    Garrett Graff bows out of lieutenant governor race

    The former Politico editor’s eligibility as a candidate came into question because he lived in Washington, D.C., for the last decade, although he says Vermont remained his “mental home” throughout that time.

    Dunne campaigns for Sanders in New Hampshire

    Matt Dunne, a Democratic candidate for governor, has declared his allegiance to Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign and will be stumping for the Vermont senator in New Hampshire this week. Dunne said in a statement that he supports Sanders because “he is talking about the problems of our time and mobilizing voters like we’ve never seen […]

    Montpelier sneak peek: More midnight madness in the making

    A non-adjournment witching hour session is unheard of, and the fact that it occurred in the very first month of the session is not a good sign for lawmakers who like regular sleep intervals.

    Montpelier Sneak Peek: End of session deja vu? Pot, paid leave and Act 46 on the table

    Act 46 cap change hits House floor; Sears wants a ban on homegrown pot; Paid leave debate gets political with Dems bashing Lt. Gov. Phil Scott.

    Lisman whacks Shumlin for ‘budget mess’

    Republican Lt. Gov. Phil Scott tweaks governor in livestream response. Matt Dunne, a Democrat, says Shumlin has the right priorities.

    Birth control bill has support of governor, speaker

    Rep. Ann Pugh, D-South Burlington, is sponsoring a bill that would give Medicaid beneficiaries better access to birth control. The legislation, H.620, would provide government subsidies for vasectomies, yearlong prescriptions for birth control pills and other contraceptive methods. Planned Parenthood of Northern New England supports the measure. Representatives from the nonprofit group said Friday that […]

    State workers’ W-2 info compromised in phishing scam

    An email with the subject line “IMPORTANT TAX RETURN DOCUMENT AVAILABLE” took unsuspecting state workers to a dummy login landing page that replicated the Department of Human Resources website.

    Updated: Budget has $38 million savings, $30 million new revenue

    For the first time since Gov. Peter Shumlin took office in 2011, the budget he presented is in line with projected state revenues and relies on almost no one-time revenue.

    House budget panel approves mid-year adjustment

    The unanimous vote was hard won. Rep. Mitzi Johnson, D-South Hero, chair of House Approps, spent two days trying to finalize the bill with members who refused to give on positions.

    State economists reduce revenue expectations slightly

    Fiscal year 2017 general fund revenues will be $9.1 million less than projected in July. The current year budget will be down by $4.7 million.

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