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Regulating internet access as if it were phone service would stifle innovation and protect the current dominant players from the startups that would otherwise threaten them.
At Downstreet we often say that housing provides the first critical need for security and stability, but it is not enough.
Just this week the word came that the GOP and Trump were back at it, floating an even more draconian version of its failed health care bill.
Accepting the press to monopolize its focus on Washington and not what saps us at home is a disservice.
Follow news about the impact of the Trump administration’s policies on Vermont and keep tabs on Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., Sen. Patrick Leah, D-Vt., and Rep. Peter Welch, D-Vt.
With Vermont considering legalization, VTDigger examines the pitfalls and successes of the retail pot market in Colorado.
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Authorities acknowledge that despite round-the-clock patrols and an advanced network of surveillance technology, they can’t be certain how much criminal activity occurs along the border.
The opiate treatment facility closed in January after multiple state investigations into allegations of Medicaid fraud, inadequate patient care and a hostile work environment.
The Coventry Selectboard is suing town clerk Cynthia Diaz who is accused of embezzling $1.4 million. She says it’s “a smear campaign.”
Read about the latest developments. Check out the investigative stories VTDigger has published about Jay Peak, Q Burke and AnC Bio Vermont over the past several years.
“I don’t believe it’s an ethics bill. It’s an invasion of privacy bill. … What (interest groups) really want is tax returns.” — Rep. Ron Hubert, R-Milton, on his opposition to a state ethics commission.