News Release — Rep. Anne Donahue August 28, 2016 Contact: Anne Donahue 485-6431 NORTHFIELD – Rep. Anne B. Donahue (R-Northfield-Berlin) has announced initiation of her campaign for re-election as representative for the Washington-1 House district representing Berlin and Northfield. “I am grateful and humbled by the strong support of my constituents in the primary election,” […]
During storms an excess volume of combined sewage and runoff drain untreated into nearby waterways.
News Release — VPIRG August 25, 2016 Contact: Ben Edgerly Walsh Climate & Energy Program Director, VPIRG (802) 223-5221 ext 23 Montpelier, VT – The discovery of a $50,000 allocation buried deep in the state capital bill that was passed by legislators several months ago is stirring up significant controversy today. As first reported by […]
The flood-ravaged state pulled together to make “Vermont Strong” more than a license plate. However, some say the financial and other effects will be felt for years to come.
Ron Holland: Honest health care reform requires ethics, accountability, experimentation and leadership
Building behemoth hierarchical organizations threatens the heart of medicine: relationships between providers and patients.
News Release — Rep. Maxine Grad August 2016 Contact: Rep. Maxine Grad Phone: (802) 496-7667 Rep. Grad has won awards for work on children, veterans’, victims and public safety issues during her decade-plus of public service MORETOWN, VT – Maxine Grad of Moretown announces her campaign for re-election, seeking a ninth term for state representative […]
A lack of clear data has plagued the marijuana issue from the outset.
Following the Orlando nightclub shooting in June, the Vermont Democratic Party vowed to fight harder for gun control measures and added the topic to its official party platform.
Rep. Kiah Morris, D-Bennington, responded by saying: “The actions of one person prove that he has no respect for Vermont values nor for those who live in our communities. His actions were an assault on each one of us.”
News Release — Council of State Governments Aug. 10, 2016 Contact: Council of State Governments [email protected] LEXINGTON, Ky.—Vermont state Rep. Barbara Rachelson has been selected to participate in one of the nation’s premier leadership development programs for state government officials, The Council of State Governments’ Henry Toll Fellowship program. The 48 leaders in the Class […]
Opponents say temporary standards should establish at minimum a volume limit of 30 decibels inside a home, but measured with open windows regardless of the time of year.
Both parties say they are optimistic about their legislative lineups for the general election.
The state auditor says there’s no way to know whether the Vermont Employment Growth Incentive, or VEGI, really works. Supporters say the program, which has benefited companies including Keurig Green Mountain, costs the state nothing.