The tweets weren’t exactly the “we’re working overtime to safeguard our elections” talk one might expect from a chief elections official.
The Vorstevelds are facing a potential million-dollar environmental fine and court appearance after more than two dozen neighbors complained about the clearing of 2,000 trees and brush from the family’s own property.
The governor is appointing the new Vermont Climate Action Commission to fight climate change while simultaneously attempting to stimulate the economy.
Attorney General TJ Donovan says biometric photo reading software used by the DMV should remain suspended because it violates state law. The move may make more Vermonters vulnerable to fraud, however.
The Vermont Department of Labor announced that the state unemployment insurance tax will be lower for upcoming filings. The change is unlikely to satisfy employers who are forced to cover independent contractors as well as employees.
Another proposed district merger has failed, and now a handful of schools in Windsor County face an uncertain future as the next Act 46 deadline approaches.
A group of active and former school board members are behind a complaint to the U.S. Department of Justice alleging that Act 46 violates numerous federal laws.
A public panel discussion held in Burlington City Hall’s Contois Auditorium on Tuesday focused on health care costs in Vermont and aired fears about the repeal of Obamacare on Capitol Hill.