Now that the Green Mountain Care Board has signed off on a new independent surgery center after two years of push-back from the local health care industry, HealthFirst executive director Amy Cooper spoke to True North about the long journey and what the approval means for health care in Vermont.
The Vermont League of Cities and Towns is asking lawmakers to review Act 46 to hold the education governance law accountable to its promises.
State Rep. Bob Frenier defeated an incumbent challenger by resurrecting a nostalgic ad campaign from the 1950s. Now he wants GOP candidates across Vermont to use similar ads to win their races in the next election cycle.
Automatic voter registration has passed the six-month mark in Vermont, and the secretary of state says the new program has produced “dramatic increases” in voter rolls.
In this week’s Statehouse Headliners, a legal pot law would invite a RICO challenge, solar net-metering shares blame for a proposed GMP rate hike, and tuberculosis and unemployment are down in Vermont.
Policing policy took on new urgency as the nation’s progressive mayors gathered in the Queen City on Friday following race-related riots last week in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Two controversial solar projects are threatening the community’s rural landscape in areas designated in the town plan as unsuitable for commercial development.
In the aftermath of last week’s violence in Charlottesville, Va., Vermont Republicans are distancing themselves from “Unite the Right” white supremacist groups as well as from violent leftist groups.
“If a local election system is hacked, you should notify the state system, and you probably should be notifying all state systems to let them know this breach was made so we can all take action to prevent it from impacting us,” Condos said.