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Essentially, this is a case about filing-petitions-for-candidate deadlines — but more specifically, it’s about the constitutionality of Vermont’s deadlines.
The bill is an effort to revitalize the Vermont Prescription Monitoring System, the statewide online database that allows physicians and pharmacists to track prescriptions.
Effort to merge the proposals fell through in final days of session.
The SCOV finds that the record supports the trial court’s findings in concluding that husband would foster a positive relationship between daughter and wife, whereas wife had demonstrated a pattern of conduct intended to prevent husband from maintaining a relationship with daughter.
In a unanimous voice vote, the Vermont House pushed the state’s open records law one step closer to the federal open records model established by the decades-old Freedom of Information Act (FOIA
Anticipating the spread of drones to Vermont, a group of lawmakers are considering controls on how Vermont law enforcement officials use the surveillance machines.
The question is not whether the troopers’ observations were sufficient to arrest the defendants for DUI but whether they were enough to justify the pursuit and initial stop.
State Police chief Col. Tom L’Esperance said his worry isn’t directed solely at undocumented dairy farm workers, largely from Mexico and Guatemala, but to all immigrants without documentation.
If this new legislation passes, it would create a state law that runs against the grain of federal regulations because there has been no such change to federal law.
The Senate version includes a provision that would allow doctors to prescribe methadone to drug addicts. It also calls for a 90 percent reduction in methadone clinic wait lists for patients.