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All three members of Vermont’s congressional delegation will attend Trump’s inauguration Friday. Hundreds of Vermonters are expected to protest on Saturday.
Vermont is one step closer to reviving Amtrak train service between Burlington and Montreal.
The Scott administration will merge the departments of liquor and lottery, restructure IT programs and create a new agency of commerce, workforce and community development.
The state does comparatively well on measures such as health, life expectancy and affluence. But the gloom and doom caucus looks at demographic trends and sees only evidence of something wrong.
Dean says mainstream media gave Trump the nearly exclusive platform he needed to reach millions of voters because he consistently drove ratings higher.
Rep. Peter Welch, D-Vt., accused Republicans of unfairly attacking the law without offering a comprehensive replacement plan.
Gov. Scott will be paid for his share of Dubois Construction over 15 years. Some feel the arrangement does not avoid a conflict-of-interest.
The secretary of state said the Senate’s measure was so inadequate and underfunded that it was not worth passing.
Grill promised to give citizens more say in city redevelopment efforts.
Sen. Patrick Leahy and members of the Black Congressional Caucus say the nominee for Attorney General has blocked laws that would have improved the lot of women and African Americans.
Despite unprecedented allegations of criminal and ethical behavior that surfaced last year, lawmakers were unable to reach agreement on forming an ethics commission.
Bernie Sanders’ campaign in December reported that it owed 23 local governments and law enforcement agencies a combined $449,409 for “event security.”
Documents withheld from public review include the governor’s calendar, daily briefing materials, “substantive” correspondence of staff and EB-5 records.
Expanding background checks for gun sales isn’t one of those areas, he says, unless it turns out to have majority support, particularly in committee.