State Auditor reveals underutilized phones and inconsistent, decentralized policies wasted $300,000 in 2012.
“I believe that transparency in our government is the single most important issue that we have to offer you,” said Bruce Lisman, founder of Campaign for Vermont.
Democrat/Progressive Tim Ashe, D-Burlington, won the coveted Finance chair, replacing Washington Democrat Ann Cummings, who lost in a bid to unseat Senate President Pro Tem John Campbell late last year, and who voluntarily left her chairmanship.
Only Sen. Peg Flory objected to standard driver’s licenses for migrant workers, licenses identical to those used by most Vermonters.
Smith poised to take helm of House for third time; Shumlin tells Dems to “focus like a laser” on health care implementation
Smith told the Democratic caucus that Vermont must address climate change.
Campbell says he’s learned from his rookie mistakes; With three contenders for pro tem, Senate caucus will likely be rocky
He reached out in a “coming to Jesus moment” to several committee chairs who took a hard look at his deficiencies as the Senate’s leader.
Hansen pledges, if elected, to make policy decisions solely based on his constituents’ online input.
With new plans for the office space and a high storage cost for the old furniture, the commissioner of the Department of Buildings and General Services said it just didn’t make sense to hold onto it.
Spaulding crashes Brock presser, spars with GOP candidate over “transparency.”
Read more details about FEMA’s response and how delays and changes in FEMA’s approach will affect the state’s plans.
Shumlin cited the latest figures that estimate the total spending on damage could reach nearly three-quarters of a billion dollars.
According to Flood, the mental health treatment system remains stressed and full with between 230 and 240 patients under his custody.
A police report confirms that the decision not to search until the next day had been made before the officer was briefed and had completed a Search Urgency form.