The state treasurer says the state needs to collect $25 million a year for 20 years from residential and commercial property owners.
Beth Pearce says enough money is available from current revenues to cover the state’s share of the most urgent steps to cut pollution.
The plan would be targeted toward workers in businesses with 50 or fewer employees. A board would vet investment products, and participants would pay administrative costs.
It is somewhat confounding that our new governor, with his demonstrated commitment to the economy, has no apparent plan to address the economic crisis that is Vermont’s poisoned and polluted waters.
If toxic blue-green algae continues to bloom unabated on the lake, it could hurt the $2.5 billion tourism economy.
State Treasurer Beth Pearce Announces New VT-ABLE Savings Initiative for Vermont Individuals with Disabilities
News Release — Vermont State Treasurer Beth Pearce November 21, 2016 Press Contacts: Tim Lueders-Dumont (802) 595-3197 Kristen Murphy (802) 828-1312 MONTPELIER, Vt.— Vermont State Treasurer Beth Pearce today announced that Vermonters who experience a disability will soon be able to save money in a federally tax-advantaged VT-ABLE savings plan, making Vermont one of only […]
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Beth Pearce, Doug Hoffer and Jim Condos win their contests by wide margins.
The state treasurer says capping the amount Vermont bonds over the next two years will help to maintain the state’s bond rating.
News Release — AFT Vermont October 13, 2016 Contact: Heather Riemer, Field Representative, AFT Vermont 802-343-1705 / [email protected] BARRE, VT — AFT Vermont elected new officers and finalized the union’s endorsement list for the Vermont 2016 election cycle at the statewide convention on Saturday, September 25th. The convention was held at the Old Labor Hall […]
The onetime presidential contender says he’ll be campaigning with them “in the near future.”
Vermont Sierra Club Announces Legislative Endorsements: Supports Candidates with History of a Strong Conservation Ethic
News Release — Vermont Chapter of the Sierra Club Oct. 6, 2016 Contact: David Ellenbogen, Vermont Chapter of the Sierra Club Political Committee Chair Robb Kidd, 802-505-1540 Sierra Club Vermont Conservation Program Manager. Montpelier, VT: The Vermont Sierra Club is pleased to announce its endorsements for the 2016 general election. These endorsements accompany their earlier, […]
News Release — Planned Parenthood Action Fund Independent Expenditure PAC Oct. 4, 2016 Media Contact: Creston Lea, Board Chair Planned Parenthood Action Fund Independent Expenditure PAC (802) 373-4645 [email protected] Planned Parenthood Vermont Action Fund Independent Expenditure PAC Endorses Sue Minter for Governor and Releases Statewide Candidate Endorsements. Burlington, Vt. – Today, the Planned Parenthood Vermont […]
News Release — Sierra Club Sept. 29, 2016 Contact: Robb Kidd, 802-505-1540, [email protected] Regards Her as an Environmentalist in the Treasurer’s Office The Vermont Chapter of the Sierra Club today announced its endorsement of Beth Pearce for Vermont Treasurer in the 2016 election. “We are very pleased to announce that the Sierra Club officially endorses […]