The agreement rescinds Chief James W. Warden’s brief unexplained suspension last month and says he’s retiring for health reasons.
The Energy & Environment Legal Institute has already brought a handful of lawsuits. Former Attorney General William Sorrell has said he didn’t circumvent the public records law.
The panel will focus on safety impacts and may eventually look into sales and regulation.
For middle-aged and older Vermonters, a higher minimum wage or a family leave program does not have the same benefit as lower taxes and a lower cost of living.
An item on the Selectboard agenda for Tuesday calls for an executive session to discuss a “possible separation agreement” with a town employee.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions sought to use Justice Department dollars to go after medical marijuana providers. Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., offered language banning such spending.
Vermont ranked near the top nationally when pollsters asked Americans how they feel about their own state and their well-being. It’s a different story when they’re asked about President Trump.
The problem for the president is that the failing Trump is quickly consuming the actions of the successful Trump.
Sen. Patrick Leahy, Rep. Peter Welch and Gov. Phil Scott applauded the failure of Republican-led efforts to dismantle Obamacare.
If built, the 1,000-megawatt power cable would establish a long-term funding source for a pollution-reduction effort on Lake Champlain that has been mandated by the federal government.
Sanders dismissed Republican effort to force a vote on single payer as a “sham.”
On this week’s podcast, Elizabeth Hewitt calls from a Capitol Hill phone booth to tell us how the Senate health care debate has evolved.
James Ehlers said if elected he would seek to have corporations “that have profited from cheap dairy prices” help pay for cleaning up Lake Champlain. He cited Ben & Jerry’s owner Unilever.
Senate Republicans are struggling to secure support in the 52-member caucus to amend the House bill.