Vermont Health Connect was taken down last weekend because the state was unable to meet a Sept. 8 federal deadline for security controls; the determination was not the result of a security breach or a specific threat, officials said.
By attempting to pit one Vermont community against another and either by misunderstanding or distorting the facts Sens. Kevin Mullin and Peg Flory have done a disservice to their constituents and the state.
We hope every elected official will join us in encouraging the Public Service Board to support Phase 2 of the Addison Rutland Natural Gas Pipeline, and the significant public good, of this entire project.
A bill to ban powdered alcohol hit a bump Monday, when the Senate voted not to accept the latest House version, sending it instead to a conference committee. Senators last week tacked an amendment onto a broad bill about alcohol that would ban the sale and possession of powdered alcohol and commission a study of […]
A Senate panel endorsed a new minimum wage proposal Friday that would phase in increases over a four-year period. The bill, H.552, which was approved in a unanimous 5-0 vote, would increase the minimum wage to $9.15 in January 2015; $9.60 in January 2016; $10 in January 2017 and $10.50 in 2018. It heads next […]