Gun Sense Vermont founder Ann Braden is stepping aside as leader of the state’s leading gun control organization, and has entered the Emerge Vermont program that trains women to be Democratic candidates for office.
The Vermont Medical Society has released a list of about a half-dozen priorities for the upcoming 2018 legislative session, and some of those aims are likely to stir robust debate at the Statehouse.
Environmentalists unveiled the “Essex Plan” at the Energy Action Network annual meeting at Champlain College last week in Burlington.
Newly elected chair of the Vermont Republican party Deb Billado and re-elected vice-chair Brady Toensing recently talked with True North Reports about the direction of the party and its agenda.
Leaders in aviation from the public and private sectors met last week at the National Life building to discuss how to manage aviation projects with limited time and resources.
After four long hours of continuous debate, two tied votes, and two long recesses, Burlington Telecom still does not have a new owner.
Gov. Phil Scott announced Friday that he has appointed former state lawmaker and public finance official Tom Pelham to the Green Mountain Care Board, filling a position vacated by Con Hogan in September.
Standing next to lawmakers and health leaders, Gov. Phil Scott on Thursday celebrated a new permanent opioid treatment hub in Franklin County that has a capacity of 700 and is already serving more than 200 patients.
Education leaders met at the Capitol Plaza Hotel on Wednesday to discuss public education “that works for all children.” Speakers at the conference addressed equity, special needs and Act 46.