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.
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Boone was a member of one of the first groups of black Marines to receive training at Camp LeJeune.
A state employee was fired after it came to light that he had misbehaved as a juror in the Donald Fell murder trial. The VSEA takes up his case.
The warrant apparently turned up some evidence that led to the man’s being charged with a whole basket of meth-related charges.
The list includes two more names than had been put forward under outgoing Gov. Peter Shumlin, before the process was reopened under the new governor.
In this case, a mother had agreed to the termination of parental rights with the understanding that under a post-adoption contact agreement she would be able to see her daughter, who was being adopted by the child’s grandmother.
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While the group Vermont Alimony Reform has lobbied for an overhaul of the state’s statute, a Supreme Court committee recommends smaller changes that don’t tie judges’ hands.
A lower court grants summary judgement to a solar company in a suit brought by landowners over the installation of solar arrays near their homes. The landowners appeal, arguing the solar arrays took away from the local rural aesthetic, thus lowering their property values.
Gov. Phil Scott’s counsel said Scott hasn’t looked at the list of finalists the board had prepared for his predecessor but wanted to start the process again because of the unusual circumstances.
If a report is filed and an inmate is put in segregation, there has to be an investigation done and completed within three business days. There has to be a hearing done within four business days.
The Judicial Nominating Board has already interviewed and forwarded six candidates, but that was under the former governor, who was blocked from naming a nominee before leaving office.
The Vermont Supreme Court unanimously decided that under our state constitution, the now-former governor could not make an appointment to replace soon-to-be-former Associate Justice Dooley when the latter leaves his position on March 31 of this year.
In a unanimous decision, the Vermont Supreme Court ruled that the outgoing governor does not have the authority to fill a future vacancy.