The governor told Mark Johnson of WDEV that he would have pursued a fourth term if he had been able to implement a single payer health care system.
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The governor brought nonprofit leaders to the Statehouse to urge legislative leaders to abandon the House proposed cap charitable deductions. Anything that could limit residents capacity for charitable giving is “bad public policy,” in a state that relies heavily on the nonprofit sector, Shumlin said.
News Release: Governor’s Office May 8, 2015 Saturday, May 9 9:30 a.m.: Attend the Spring 2015 State Surplus Vehicle and Equipment Auction, Agency of Transportation Central Garage, Barre-Montpelier Road, Berlin 5:30 p.m.: Burlington Dismas House, 30th Annual Dinner & Auction, Hilton Hotel, 60 Battery Street, Burlington Monday, May 11 In Montpelier for meetings. No public […]
While it’s the governor’s prerogative to influence the legislative process and ultimately sign or veto the legislation, Shumlin’s down-to-the-wire timing perplexed insiders who say the governor has had four months to influence the budget and tax bills, and has not made a concerted effort to do so until now.
Saturday, April 25 10:45 a.m. Attend Vermont Technical College Registered Apprenticeship Program Graduation Ceremony Vermont Technical College, 124 Admin Drive, Randolph Center Sunday, April 26 12:00 p.m. Attend 49th Annual Vermont Maple Festival St. Albans Monday, April 27 8:00 a.m. Attend Bethel Business Association Meeting Breaking Grounds, 145 Main Street, Bethel Tuesday, April 28 7:00 […]