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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.
At Darn Tough Socks, which is expanding and adding 300 full-time positions in the next five years, Gov. Peter Shumlin today signed an economic development bill that will give a boost to Vermont’s growing economy by increasing access to capital for startup business, expanding proven incentives to grow jobs, and encouraging job seekers to come to Ver
Gov. Peter Shumlin announced today that Commissioner Susan Wehry has decided to step down after 4 ½ years leading the Department of Disabilities, Aging and Independent Living.
ov. Peter Shumlin is urging Facebook Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg to call off his company’s corporate lawyers who are bullying a Vermont startup called Designbook.
Gov. Peter Shumlin announced today the appointment of Rainbow Chen, a student at Winooski High School, to the Vermont Board of Education.
Gov. Peter Shumlin signed into law today an historic education reform bill to help ensure educational quality for all Vermont students while bending the cost curve on education spending to address Vermonters’ calls for property tax relief.
Gov. Peter Shumlin today signed into law legislation to allow Vermonters to register to vote up until and including election day, making Vermont the 14th state to allow so-called same day voter registration. The legislation, S.29, will take effect January 1, 2017.
Gov. Peter Shumlin announced this morning that the Vermont Health Connect system was successfully upgraded this weekend.
Gov. Peter Shumlin issued the following statement after signing H.98.