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ov. Peter Shumlin and Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee Richard Sears (D-Bennington) today detailed legislation to cautiously and deliberately legalize marijuana in Vermont.
Gov. Peter Shumlin issued the following statement on the passing of longtime House Clerk Don Milne.
ov. Peter Shumlin, his senior health care advisors, and Green Mountain Care Board Chair Al Gobeille today detailed how Vermont will seek to transform its health care system under the so-called All Payer Model from one that rewards fee-for-service, quantity-driven care to one that rewards quality-based care that focuses on keeping Vermonters healthy
Mr. President, Mr. President Pro Tem, Mr. Speaker, Mr. Chief Justice, members of the General Assembly, distinguished guests, and fellow Vermonters, thank you so much.
n his annual Budget Address, Gov. Peter Shumlin delivered to the Vermont Legislature today his sixth balanced budget that does not raise income, sales, or rooms and meals tax rates on hard working Vermonters.
Enterprise Fund Investments More than Pay for Themselves; Create Hundreds of Direct and Indirect Jobs
The Vermont Agency of Commerce and Community Development (ACCD) has released its statutorily-required report on the impact of the Vermont Enterprise Fund, showing that in addition to creating hundreds of direct and indirect jobs, the $1.7 million in investments will more than pay for themselves by returning $3.5 million in state revenues over the n
Gov. Peter Shumlin issued the below statement following President Obama's final State of the Union Address this evening.
ov. Peter Shumlin and the Department of Public Service today released the state's updated Comprehensive Energy Plan (CEP).
Gov. Peter Shumlin today recommended using $1 million from the Vermont Enterprise Fund to support the continued growth of GlobalFoundries.