The grand building, tucked down a side street from the Statehouse, is a former residence that has been part of the state’s capitol complex since the 1940s.
Instead of voting on the legislation, lawmakers sent it to another committee. Opponents celebrated the move as a victory, but supporters are optimistic the measure isn’t dead.
A Burlington man is pleading not guilty to federal charges of human trafficking and possessing a firearm as a felon. Naquan Bowie pleaded not guilty to the charges in U.S. District Court in Burlington Tuesday, according to an announcement from the U.S. Attorney’s Office. Bowie allegedly forced an individual referred to as “Victim M.P.” to […]
The data comes as more information is available from other law enforcement agencies across the state on traffic stops.
The governor chose Vermont Superior Court Judge Karen Russell Carroll to fill the seat that will be vacated by Justice John Dooley at the end of the month.
The federal immigration agency points to the city’s policy on fair and impartial policing, adopted in June. The implications of being on the feds’ list are unclear.
The bill, approved by the House Judiciary Committee, would legalize adult possession of up to an ounce of marijuana.
During prolonged debate, opponents said the temporary seizure of weapons without a warrant would violate the right to due process.
Vermont organizations estimate that last year they received a total of around $4.7 million from federal agencies that are slated for cuts.
The biggest bite comes in the form of a $5 million revenue package. Lawmakers say the package is not raising new revenue but increasing compliance with existing tax law.
House lawmakers missed the deadline for a bill that would legalize pot possession. Now the future of the legislation is unclear.
Former U.S. Rep. Patrick J. Kennedy is urging a Vermont legislative panel not to move forward with a bill, H.170, that would legalize adult possession of limited amounts of marijuana. Kennedy, son of the late Massachusetts Sen. Ted Kennedy, urged lawmakers in a letter dated March 15 to oppose the bill “so that Vermont children […]
Immigration and Customs Enforcement has detained at least two people for deportation who were on their way to legal proceedings involving state charges.