President Joe Biden has appointed Vermont Gov. Phil Scott to a two-year term on the Council of Governors, a group of 10 state executives that works with the U.S. president on matters relating to national security, disaster response and recovery and the National Guard.
The panel tasked with writing a report by Aug. 15 voted Tuesday that all the main legislative committees meet in the Vermont Statehouse in 2022.
The battery powered version of the bestselling Ford pickup truck will travel an estimated 300 miles on a single charge with a base price tag of $40,000.
The plan will outline how Vermont, by 2025, can reduce greenhouse gas pollution to 26% below 2005 levels, with strategies to keep the percentage falling through 2050.
With the NCAA rule change, athletes at UVM are now set to negotiate deals with outside companies and try to profit off their collegiate sports career.
A week after the idea was floated in a key committee, it was unanimously rejected Tuesday.
People will be allowed to tour the historic building but won’t be able to eat at the cafeteria.
On Thursday, the Senate sent Gov. Phil Scott legislation, H.157, that would set up the first-ever certification process for construction contractors.
Senators voted 20-10 to overturn the governor’s vetoes, thereby giving noncitizens in Winooski and Montpelier the right to vote in local elections.
The Vermont House of Representatives made quick work Wednesday morning of overriding Gov. Phil Scott’s vetoes to charter changes that would allow noncitizens to vote in local elections in Montpelier and Winooski.
After a legislative session conducted virtually, a committee developing a report on how to return safely to the Statehouse floated a vaccine passport system to enter the building.
A 38-page report outlines how OneCare Vermont has missed Medicaid financial targets while receiving a large portion of its operating costs from the state government.
Live broadcasts of the governor’s weekly updates are likely to end after Scott lifts the declared state of emergency.
The sweeping budget includes $150 million for broadband, $190 million for affordable housing and $50 million for climate change initiatives.