When I heard Con Hogan had left us, I knew one of the giants in Vermont’s landscape had fallen.
Con Hogan wasn’t just our legend. He was everyone’s.
The former secretary of the Agency of Human Services and Green Mountain Care Board member died of cardiac arrest Sunday at his Plainfield home. Two years ago, he received a successful kidney transplant.
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There has been very serious slippage of important fundamentals that have made our democracy work in this country so well over the last 250 years.
Helping solve Vermont’s demographic challenge, strengthening our economy, and keeping Vermonters healthy, all hinge upon ensuring children and families have access to high-quality early care and learning.
The Vermont Medical Society and the Vermont Academy for Family Physicians have asked Gov. Phil Scott to appoint a health care provider to the Green Mountain Care Board.
A member of the Green Mountain Care Board has walked back comments he made during an April 13 meeting, when he said the board would open a “special” review of […]
We can invest now, or we can pay much more later.
The transplant opportunity arose out of a surprise public appeal on Hogan’s behalf last year.
Con Hogan, who has served Vermonters in myriad ways, needs a kidney, and thanks to Sister Janice Ryan, everybody now knows it.
Some families have been on Reach Up for three years or more and the administration sees it as a sign the parents lack ambition or initiative, not that the state needs more case managers to help families overcome obstacles to employment.
Con Hogan is an ideas man. He sees the big picture and knows how things fit together.
Vermonters believe in community. It would be fair to say that if Vermont had to pay for all the volunteer work done at the community and state levels, it would cease functioning.