Sen. Kevin Mullin, R-Rutland, said lawmakers are hopeful the plan could be available as early as next year.
The dispute flared up in the waning days of the last legislative session. It has to do with which agency has control over licensing of speech language pathologists, some of whom work in schools.
Sen. Ann Cummings, D-Washington, the chair of the Senate Finance Committee, said her committee passed a $2-per-night fee on hotel stays knowing full well that Gov. Phil Scott would veto it.
Incumbent Sens. Peg Flory, Kevin Mullin and Brian Collamore, all Republicans, were re-elected Tuesday. In the Rutland-Bennington district, incumbent Rep. Robin Chesnut-Tangerman, a Progressive, led Jonas Rosenthal.
A Democratic wave is much more likely to hit places like Chittenden and Windham County than Rutland County.
With the 70-year-old magazine’s cumulative deficit reaching $2.8 million, lawmakers are exploring a financial shake-up. The publication’s champions, however, say it’s worth investing state money because the return is significant.
Agency secretary can’t say how much the Jay Peak developers, who allegedly diverted $200 million in investor funds, owe in fees to the Vermont EB-5 Regional Center.
Supporters of a ban on ivory sales in Vermont say it could help end the poaching of elephants in Africa. Critics say the bill goes too far.
The advocacy group AARP says the Department of Public Service is too cozy with the governor and utilities, rather than acting in the interest of ordinary Vermonters.
Trump’s name on the top of the ballot could increase turnout in November. The Republican primary turnout Tuesday brought out roughly 20,000 more Republican voters than the 2008 election.
February 26, 2016 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: [email protected] ENDORSEMENT: Three Vermont State Senators Endorse John Kasich for President Today, three state senators from Vermont—Peg Flory (R-Rutland), Kevin Mullin (R-Rutland), and Rich Westman (R-Lamoille)— endorsed Ohio Gov. John Kasich for President and joined the Kasich for America Leadership Team. “Among all the mudslinging and arguing, one […]
The state will make no further payments to Jonathan Gruber, following the recent discovery of controversial remarks by the health care consultant. Gruber’s team will be paid to finish work on a single-payer health care system.
As members of the Legislative Committee on Child Protection, we have spent the summer and fall hearing from Vermonters from the four corners of the state with concerns about Vermont’s system for protecting our most vulnerable children from abuse and neglect.