The race for a third spot in the Chittenden Central district remained too close to call.
A recent report found decreases in education and health factors among Vermont youth.
Vermont’s 14 nonprofit hospitals just submitted their spending proposals for the next fiscal year. Some hospitals are betting on Covid being less of an issue.
Five Democrats, including three incumbents, are competing in the Aug. 9 primary election to earn one of three slots on the November ballot.
The lieutenant governor has made her experience a central part of her pitch to voters in this year’s Democratic congressional primary. Critics ask what she’s done for Vermont.
One of Vermont’s most powerful boards will soon have two vacancies. The search for new members is underway.
Harm reduction programs and designated agencies are expected to get more funding next year. But lawmakers sidestepped proposals for big policy shifts, such as overdose prevention sites.
The Foodbank asked the Legislature for $6 million to cover food distribution costs. It may get $2 million.
The last-minute addition would grant UVM Health Network an effective regional monopoly on cancer medications and other specialty drugs. Insurers say the amendment could significantly raise the cost of these lifesaving drugs.
Chiefs of staff for both the House and Senate said Friday that lawmakers are aiming to wrap up their work by May 6.
Amid ballooning health care costs, regulators at the Green Mountain Care Board wanted the power to set budgets for hospitals.
The bill would allow families to keep $350 per month of their wages and $100 per month of child support.
Vermont is exploring microtransit as a way to expand public transportation in rural areas across the state.
This month’s report was meant to inspire legislation. As Vermonters continue to wait for care, key state lawmakers said they have their own agenda.