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WASHINGTON — A sobering report to governors about the potential consequences of repealing the Obama-era health care law warns that federal spending cuts probably would create funding gaps for states and threaten many people with the loss of … more
BRATTLEBORO — Working with refugees will become part of the curriculum for some Marlboro College graduate students later this year.Under a new partnership with the U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants, students enrolled in the college's … more
Vermont officials are reaffirming state-level protections for transgender kids in the wake of a decision by President Donald Trump's administration to roll back federal guidance protecting transgender students.The federal rules were established … more
MOUNT TABOR — Police say a Mount Tabor woman's story that her husband accidentally shot and killed himself doesn't add up, but her lawyer said they have no evidence his client pulled the trigger."It's completely a circumstantial case," Steven … more
The House Health Care Committee has prioritized four bills this session that look at pieces of Vermont's mental health care system.Rep. Bill Lippert, D-Hinesburg, the chair of House Health Care, said the committeehopes to pass all four bills before … more
MONTPELIER — A new bill would create a regulated marijuana market in Vermont.The legislation, introduced by Rep. Sam Young, D-Glover, would complement a bill that would legalize possession of small amounts of pot.Young believes "having a … more
BURLINGTON — A city police officer resigned Monday amid allegations that he lied in an affidavit about smelling marijuana during a drug arrest, according to Police Chief Brandon del Pozo.Officer Christopher Lopez quit the day before he was to … more
Gov. Phil Scott defended on Wednesday the effectiveness of an immigration bill under consideration by the Legislature, while an attorney for a civil liberties group said stronger measures were needed to protect migrant workers in Vermont after … more
Education Secretary Rebecca Holcombe answers a question from State Board of Education member William Mathis during a December meeting. File photo by Andrew Kutches/VTDiggerThe State Board of Education postponed a vote on contentious draft rules for … more
BRATTLEBORO — Three protestors were arrested after a sit-in demonstration Wednesday aimed at amplifying their message."It's much more of a visible statement on our part about how we feel about TD Bank and its investment policy," said Tim … more
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