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MONTPELIER — Vermont Supreme Court justices peppered both sides with questions at a hearing Wednesday in a public records case with far-reaching consequences for government transparency.The central issue is the application of the state's … more
BURLINGTON — Flanked by doctors from the state's largest hospital, Gov. Phil Scott signed a bill into law Wednesday designed to expand the use of telemedicine in Vermont.The law, which goes into effect Oct. 1, requires Vermont Medicaid and … more
On the day Gov. Phil Scott vetoed the state budget over lawmakers' refusal to adopt his education health care proposal, the state's largest teachers union continued its assault on him and his plan."Gov. Scott, don't be a D.C.-style political … more
WILLISTON — James Pocock was living a quiet, under-the-radar life in the Vermont woods when he suddenly was showered with attention and called a hero, responsible for possibly saving another man's life.He's grateful his unselfish act may … more
BRATTLEBORO — A student from the School for International Training Graduate Institute got a first-hand look at how refugees in Tanzania handle their finances."There's this stigma that refugees don't have money and in fact they do," Justin … more
Gov. Phil Scott's top budget writer has asked state agencies and departments to find ways to cut their budgets starting July 1.Andy Pallito, the commissioner of the Department of Finance and Management, made the request in a letter May 30 obtained … more
VERNON — Entergy has requested permission to shrink Vermont Yankee's high-security "protected area" by nearly 90 percent, a move that the company says will save at least $1.2 million per month.The plan — which is under review by state … more
MONTPELIER — The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department has captured a 48-year-old large endangered fish that biologists had studied and tagged nearly 20 years ago.The male sturgeon caught in late May in the Lamoille River, a tributary of Lake … more
BURLINGTON — A speaker for a national group said Friday that Vermont businesses should consider selling to their employees as a way to help them build assets and reduce wealth inequality.Marjorie Kelly, from the Democracy Collaborative, said … more
The governor and the clerk of the House of Representatives engaged in a day-long dispute Tuesday after the governor's veto message on two bills was rejected.As expected, Gov. Phil Scott vetoed the state budget and a separate bill that set property … more
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