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Gov. Peter Shumlin issued the following statement on Vermont’s unemployment rate.
Gov. Peter Shumlin issued the following statement after Rutland Mayor Christopher Louras announced that the Rutland area will welcome up to 100 refugees fleeing war and violence in Syria.
Gov. Peter Shumlin joined with students, Vermont State Colleges Chancellor Jeb Spaulding, and others today to encourage Vermonters to apply for summer dual enrollment courses ahead of upcoming registration deadlines.
Standing side-by-side with nonprofits and charities – a sector that employs tens of thousands of Vermonters and accounts for billions of dollars in economic activity every year – Gov. Peter Shumlin today reiterated his opposition to plans being considered in the legislature to limit charitable giving.
Gov. Peter Shumlin issued the following statement after the Senate gave preliminary approval to H.35, legislation to clean up Vermont’s waterways, including Lake Champlain.
Working with Vermont’s States Attorneys, Gov. Peter Shumlin has appointed attorney Tom Little as independent counsel to look into the campaign finance related complaint against Vermont Attorney General Bill Sorrell.
Gov. Peter Shumlin issued the following statement after the Senate gave initial approval to the education bill.
Eight rural, underserved Vermont communities are getting help to boost broadband internet speeds.
After a warm, dry weekend and a Red Flag warning yesterday that ended with more than 25 new reports of wild fires, the Vermont Department of Forests, Parks, and Recreation (FPR) has issued an order for all of the state's forest fire wardens to cease issuing burning permits as of 3:00 P.M. on May 5th through May 19th.
Standing in the heart of a Colchester neighborhood, Gov. Peter Shumlin announced a $500,000 Vermont Community Development Program grant to lock in the affordability of eighty homes and make them more energy efficient.