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Gov. Peter Shumlin today marked an important milestone in the rebuilding of the Waterbury State Office Complex, joining state and local officials to witness the installation of monumental cupolas that will frame the center of the new campus.
“My heartfelt thanks goes out today to all the law enforcement officers who have worked tirelessly in recent weeks to ensure convicted killers David Sweat and Richard Matt are no longer on the loose and a threat to our region."
“I’m relieved that one of these two extremely dangerous individuals no longer poses a threat to the public, and thank all involved in the continued pursuit of the second escapee."
"Today’s Supreme Court ruling is a rejection of fear, and instead an affirmation of hope and equal rights for all."
"I am pleased with today’s Supreme Court ruling and the strong vote. This is very good news for the 6.4 million Americans ..."
Gov. Peter Shumlin today highlighted two major rural economic development investments at Vermont Technical College that will bring 45 jobs to the region and help prepare Vermonters for the hundreds of advanced manufacturing jobs available statewide.
On the shores of Lake Champlain, Gov. Peter Shumlin today signed into law the most comprehensive legislation to address the problem of polluted storm water runoff into Vermont’s lakes and waterways in the history of the state.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin today urged residents of their states to remain vigilant as the manhunt continues for two escapees from the Clinton Community Correctional Facility in Dannemora.
Gov. Peter Shumlin today signed into law consumer protection legislation to crack down on rent-to-own enterprises that target lower and middle income Vermonters.
Two days after signing into law an economic development bill that will help continue the strong job growth Vermont has seen in recent years, Gov. Peter Shumlin today joined with employers to highlight an upcoming job fair with 35 employers looking to fill over 600 positions.