News Release — Common Good Vermont Feb. 21, 2017 Press Contact: Morgan Webster, Director [email protected] 802-862-1645 x 21 Common Good Vermont is pleased to host Vermont Nonprofit Legislative Day 2017 on March 23, 2017 from 8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. at the Vermont State House, in Montpelier Vermont. Nonprofit leaders from across the state will […]
The Senate Judiciary Committee endorsed S.3, which seeks to clarify mental health providers’ responsibilities when discharging a patient who may be dangerous.
Twenty years after the case that led to a new finance system, the fundamental commitment to equity is being debated as taxpayers look for relief and the governor envisions changes.
The ballots from the six Orange-1 District towns could take until Thursday to tally.
The Vermont Senate passed a bill, S.14, on Friday that would extend the scope of a program that helps doctors recover from substance abuse. The voluntary Vermont Practitioner Health Program was designed to protect the public. Many doctors are referred to it by the Vermont Board of Medical Practice. If the bill becomes law, Vermont […]
Boone was a member of one of the first groups of black Marines to receive training at Camp LeJeune.
They went into effect without the usual vetting by the Legislature. The chair of the committee that reviews rules says the Public Service Board may have overstepped.
Construction companies say they experience red tape when working on state-funded projects.
Bennington lawmakers are among those seeking an expansion of the program meant to spur development through public infrastructure spending.
Lawmakers and the public have long shown their ambivalence about banning alcohol production and sales as a way to combat the social ills of its abuse.
The measure would permit burials at a depth of at least 3½ feet, compared with the current 5-foot state requirement.
Education to prevent drug use and abuse is not cheap, but it is far less expensive than the results we can expect if we fail to ramp up prevention.
Rep. Don Turner refuses to join tri-partisan leaders standing together to make it clear that Vermont will not allow our law enforcement officers to enforce Trump’s immigration policies.
News Release — General Assembly Feb 15, 2017 Contact: Peggy Delaney Phone: 802-828-2278 Fax: 802-828-2424 E-mail: [email protected] The Senate Judiciary Committee will hold a public hearing on February 21, 2017, starting at 5:30 pm. The hearing will be held in Room 10 at the State House. Members of the public interested in testifying may sign […]