A three-year break in new enrollments in the popular land use program would boost education fund, administration says.
The governor’s spending plan calls for big information technology upgrades for some state departments — upgrades that many agree are overdue. But the $30 million price tag proposed to come out of the capital bill is ruffling some feathers over the source of money. At a meeting of the House Corrections and Institutions Committee on […]
House Speaker Shap Smith is inviting the public and other stakeholders to submit ideas to stimulate job growth and economic development in Vermont. “Vermonters want a business environment that fosters sustainable, good paying jobs that reward employers and workers alike,” Smith said in a news release. “I have instructed the Commerce Committee to explore policies […]
Vermont’s Mentoring Partnership, will host a celebratory gathering at the Statehouse in Montpelier to highlight National Mentoring Month festivities in Vermont on Thursday, January 22, 2015.
The Vermont Commission on Women welcomed back legislators at a Capitol Plaza Hotel luncheon today sponsored by the commission’s Education and Research Foundation.
It is vital that the governor and Legislature address budget reform, education funding reform, and our stagnant economy this session.