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Advocates for health care reform demanded Thursday that Gov. Phil Scott denounce the Republican health care plan being debated in Congress.They said the proposal would result in thousands of Vermonters losing insurance coverage and cost the state … more
A report published by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement identifies Vermont's capital as a jurisdiction that has policies limiting cooperation with federal immigration authorities.Montpelier is listed among more than 100 cities and counties … more
ST. ALBANS — Former Sen. Norm McAllister is back on track for a second trial on sex assault charges after a judge ruled Thursday that McAllister can withdraw from a plea deal he entered early this year.After a jury was seated in January for … more
Gov. Phil Scott has revealed his pick to be the next justice on Vermont's top court.He chose Superior Court Judge Karen Russell Carroll to fill the seat on the state Supreme Court that will be vacated by Justice John Dooley at the end of this … more
The Vermont House passed a bill Wednesday to require employers to make accommodations for pregnant workers, turning back a last-minute move that would have derailed the bill.Lawmakers passed the bill, H.136, by a vote of 97 to 44. That came after … more
The House Committee on Commerce and Economic Development has begun work on a new bill that would redefine which workers in Vermont are employees and which are independent contractors.The committee has spent nearly a month hearing from business and … more
TOWNSHEND — Tests have shown elevated levels of radon at Leland & Gray Union Middle & High School, prompting a hastily arranged project aimed at venting the potentially hazardous gas.The school board has scheduled a special public … more
A bill to provide Vermont workers with 12 weeks of paid family and medical leave passed a key committee Friday but will not move to the House floor for more than a week.That's after a key deadline at the end of this week — when any bill … more
VERNON — Investigators with the Vermont State Police were at the Vernon Town Hall Tuesday morning requesting copies of Select Board meeting minutes from October 2015 to March 2016.According to Scott Waterman, public spokesman for the State … more
MONTPELIER — A lawsuit filed by a woman whose former civil union partner fled the country with their child rather than share custody is being allowed to proceed because one of the defendants is set to be sentenced in a separate criminal case, … more
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