It’s “shameful” for so many of his fellow governors to posture against Syrian refugees, the governor said.
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“By my last calculation, from renewable energy, we produce currently over 13 times our electrical usage for the town,” New Haven select board member Doug Tolles said last month. “And if the ones that are proposed are actually constructed, New Haven would be producing approximately 23 times what it’s using. We’re clearly doing our share, and more.”
The Vermont-Quebec Enterprise Initiative will seek to create an image in Quebec that Vermont is a good place to do business, as well as being a good place to travel.
Gov. Peter Shumlin appointed Theresa Wood, a former deputy commissioner of the Department of Disabilities, Aging and Independent Living, to represent the Washington-Chittenden district. Wood, 57, will take the place of Rebecca Ellis who left the House to work for the Shumlin administration as senior counsel for government affairs at the Agency of Natural Resources. […]
MEDIA ADVISORY October 23, 2015 Gov. Peter Shumlin’s public appearance schedule MONTPELIER – Gov. Peter Shumlin will travel to Montreal next week to meet with leaders of the Quebec government and business community to discuss a variety of topics including increased opportunities for investment, trade, and job growth on both sides of the border. The […]
Public health advocates are applauding Gov. Peter Shumlin for issuing an executive order calling on his administration to consider public health in a wide range of state policy. The executive order, issued earlier this week, creates a task force across nine state agencies and departments that don’t exclusively focus on public health, but whose policies […]
Gov. Peter Shumlin said on Tuesday that the Vermont Health Connect backlog is decreasing, and he expects the website’s technology to be ready for open enrollment.
“When it comes to combating climate change and finding opportunity in a green energy future, our state is world leader.”
Commissioner of the Department of Environmental Conservation David Mears is the 11th department head to leave the Shumlin administration in the past 12 months. Shumlin aide Aly Richards also leaving.
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.
There are a lot of reasons Gov. Peter Shumlin might want to take a few years away from politics and there are many reasons he might one day come back.
The abandonment of single payer health care and the disappointing performance of Vermont Health Care dragged down Gov. Peter Shumlin’s popularity.
The roster of potential successors to Gov. Peter Shumlin includes Peter Welch, Phil Scott, Shap Smith, Doug Racine, Scott Milne and more.
Elected officials and party leaders say Gov. Peter Shumlin’s “mismanagement” of state government would have prevented his re-election anyway.