A bit of fractiousness is beginning to develop between the governor’s office and the Statehouse over the property tax rate and paid sick leave.
The governor and Romasco will discuss how Vermont will pursue reforms through reductions in medical costs, taxpayer financing of medical payments and the launch of a single payer system.
The 14-member Fish and Wildlife Board is an advisory group of Vermont citizens that votes on fish and wildlife regulations. Members serve for six-year terms.
The hearing, “Community Solutions To Breaking The Cycle Of Heroin And Opioid Addiction,” will feature testimony from law enforcement and public health officials.
Gov. Peter Shumlin’s public appearance schedule for the week of March 8
News Release — Governor’s Office March 7, 2014 MONTPELIER — Gov. Peter Shumlin today reminded taxpayers of a simple way to help veterans and their families by checking off the box on their Vermont State tax return (form IN 111) to donate a dollar to the Vermont Veterans Fund. Other voluntary check-off boxes include the […]