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An environmental group this week appealed Vermont's decision to withhold documents related to a multistate initiative to improve energy infrastructure in the region.
Two public health problems in the United States-prescription drug abuse and heroin use-are inextricably linked, and solutions will require comprehensive efforts, said participants in a June 19 White House policy summit.
They called him "Silent Cal," but Calvin Coolidge, the 30th president of the United States - the second one born in Vermont and the only U.S. president to be born on the Fourth of July - said one of the most beautiful things I've ever read about the state.
The Vermont Health Department is reminding Vermonters to be aware of ticks this time of year.
A report released this week shows that Vermont has the second-highest health care spending per inmate in the U.S., and state data show those costs continue to grow.
Felons who have served their prison sentences could win back their right to vote under a proposal to be considered next week by a Wyoming legislative panel.
But work will continue to examine possible scenarios that might play out for Vermonters from the rules.
Candidate for Vermont governor Scott Milne today announces his campaign will be managed by Brent D. Burns, an experienced leader, problem solver, and U.S. Army veteran.
This, according to the latest edition of the American Religious Identification Survey , conducted by the Program on Public Values at Trinity College in Hartford, Conn.
In Sicily, they say that fish start rotting from the head. In the past few months, as we've gotten closer and closer to the end of President George W. Bush's failed terms in office, we've been witnessing a mind-boggling amount of corruption, greed, evil, and downright stupidity.
Inevitably, violating principles of sustainable spending has both fiscal and political consequences.
There are 224 Vermont inmates sitting in prison who could be released if they had a place to live, according to data from the Department of Corrections.
Attorney General Bill Sorrell said Monday that the state has retained a Washington, D.C., legal firm to help defend a lawsuit filed against Vermont's new GMO labeling law.
There are currently over 90,000 Vermonters who receive 3SquaresVT benefits to help them buy more food for their families.
In recent years, Americans have increasingly moved away from beer consumption in favor of wines and spirits.
Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 07:37 am
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