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Gov. Peter Shumlin’s public appearance schedule for the week of June 17
Unhappiness with progress on single-payer and cuts to low-income programs could lead Vermont’s third party to field a candidate in 2014.
News Release — Vermont Fish & Wildlife June 14, 2013 Barre -– Joined today by sportsmen and women at the Barre Fish and Game Club, Gov. Peter Shumlin signed the Sportsmen’s Act of 2013, legislation spearheaded by the Fish & Wildlife Department in coordination with members of the Legislature and many hunting, fishing, trapping, and [...]
Brady Toensing, a Charlotte resident and partner at the D.C. firm diGenova & Toensing, represented former gubernatorial candidate Brian Dubie in a dispute over alleged 2010 campaign violations.
Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin and Commonwealth Dairy in Brattleboro announced today that the company has completed a $12 million expansion project that started in November 2012.
Gov. Peter Shumlin’s public appearance schedule for the week of June 8
Rep. Kurt Wright, R-Burlington, said he thinks there should be an independent review of the land deal.
“What Jeremy has said on a number of occasions is that he would give the governor back what he has paid out of pocket, if he gets the property back …,” said Shumlin’s attorney, M. Jerome Diamond. “The governor is prepared to do that.”
On Friday, the Vermont Democratic Party held its 14th Annual David W. Curtis Leadership Awards Dinner. Several hundred Vermonters came to see keynote speaker, U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen speak, as well as U.S Senator Patrick Leahy, U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders, Congressman Peter Welch, and Governor Shumlin.
The governor could better focus new attention on our economic development efforts with an eye towards the full spectrum of attributes that make Vermont a desirable or undesirable place to do business. … Do we really want to emulate states with the lowest taxes and most lenient regulations?