Middlebury College political science Professor Allison Stanger has broken her silence on the assault that occurred during conservative author Charles Murray’s campus visit in March.
In this week’s Statehouse Headliners, Gov. Jim Douglas and doctors oppose legal pot, Vermont has an estimated 1,680 full-time solar jobs, and the Vermont Medical Society refuses to call physician-assisted suicide “ethical.”
While some may view Secretary of State Jim Condos as playing politics when it comes to the White House’s Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity, he nevertheless is a tireless spokesman for the often elusive ideals of government transparency and accountability.
The merger proposal that would have created the Mount Anthony Unified School District out of the Bennington, Pownal, Shaftsbury, Woodford, and Mount Anthony Union school districts has failed.
After four long hours of continuous debate, two tied votes, and two long recesses, Burlington Telecom still does not have a new owner.
If the proposal does not pass, each district’s board would need to report to the State Board of Education in December on ways they are already meeting Act 46’s goals.
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.
On Nov. 13, a panel of local leaders will congregate to discuss those issues at the “The State of the State” forum organized by the Bennington County Republican Party. The meeting takes place at 7 p.m. in Burr and Burton Academy’s Riley Center for the Arts.
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.