Gov. Phil Scott said more information on the timeline and details of the reopening would be announced next week. His next press conference is set for Tuesday.
New protections will ensure that the DMV will no longer store copies of birth certificates, passports or other personal documents presented when Vermonters apply for driver’s licenses.
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The department has made millions selling information to companies, government agencies, as well as private eyes.
A preliminary state police investigation determined only that the 52-year-old Putney resident was struck by a piece of equipment.
Vermont and Utah have used facial recognition technology to run searches for U.S. Customs and Immigration Enforcement officials.
The updated cards will have almost twice as many security features, including microprinting, a raised signature, and features that utilize blacklights.
The bill would require the Department of Motor Vehicles to provide written forms, applications and tests in multiple foreign languages.
By July 1, the Department of Motor Vehicles will roll out a new system, including selections for male, female and other when designating gender.
The Senate Transportation Committee has approved new rules sparing Vermonters with older cars from upped emissions enforcement.
Drivers have a year to get the emissions systems in their cars up to federal standards. Senators say low-income Vermonters can’t bear the cost of repairs.
Chief Brandon del Pozo’s decision, in which he cited the young motorist’s safe operation and distress at what had occurred, has drawn some criticism.
Rep. Dylan Giambatista, D-Essex Junction, has a legislative proposal to help the state raise money for the clean water fund by selling license plates depicting the Lake Champlain monster, Champ.