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WASHINGTON — Amid uncertainty over the federal government's policy toward state marijuana laws, a U.S. Senate panel moved forward with a bill that would block the Department of Justice from cracking down on medical marijuana operations.As part … more
RUTLAND TOWN — The site of a museum and gift shop featuring the work of Norman Rockwell is being eyed as a future location for a medical marijuana dispensary.The Norman Rockwell Museum of Vermont is on Route 4 in Rutland Town and is currently … more
VERNON — It will take awhile for state and federal regulators to decide whether NorthStar Group Services can buy Vermont Yankee.In the meantime, the New York company isn't just waiting around.New documents show that NorthStar has begun … more
The Department for Children and Families is planning to exceed one part of its current year budget to pay for an emergency housing program for families.The department, in conjunction with leadership of the Agency of Human Services, made the decision … more
State officials say this year's open enrollment period for Vermont Health Connect should go smoothly, even though they say the exchange needs to be replaced or overhauled in the long run.The open enrollment period for 2018 insurance plans on the … more
In a victory for open records advocates, a Washington Superior Court judge has ruled that the Vermont Attorney General's office cannot categorically deny public access to documents.Judge Mary Miles Teachout ordered the AG's office to release records … more
VERNON — A Vermont Yankee employee's deliberate failure to check radiation exposure monitors was a "personal accountability issue," and no other staffers engaged in such behavior, the company says.In a new filing with the Nuclear Regulatory … more
BURLINGTON — As a state environmental review is expected to begin next month for a massive new development proposal on land formerly owned by Burlington College, only muted opposition to the project has emerged.Big projects in the Queen City … more
A court-appointed receiver says Jay Peak owner Ariel Quiros is not cooperating with federal authorities, despite claims by his attorney.Receiver Michael Goldberg, in a recent filing, took issue with statements by Quiros' attorney that her client has … more
THOMPSON, Conn. — Brian Butler is a tripointer.The 63-year-old lives in Holliston, Massachusetts, about 20 miles from the Connecticut and Rhode Island borders. That's where he picked up the unusual hobby of visiting spots where at least three … more
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