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Former U.S. Senator Jim Jeffords has passed away. He was 80 years old. "He was a partner in our work for Vermont, and he was a friend.
James M. Jeffords, who was a Republican congressman and senator before breaking with his party in 2001, died Monday morning, the Burlington Free Press has learned.
Vermonters have seen a rise in calls, emails and late-night advertisements offering lower payments or other adjustments on their federal student loans.
Net neutrality laws and the protection of an open and equal Internet are subjects that arouse passions, and some heavyweights have entered the debate recently with President Obama and the New York Times joining large numbers of Internet users speaking out in support of equality on the Web.
Making a public visit to Bennington on Thursday for the first time in years, Sen. Patrick Leahy held a discussion of more than an hour with four members of the Banner staff at the Brown Cow Cafe.
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 Federal Communications Commission is being told by President Obama and Senate-President Leahy that it needs to up its net-neutrality game.
Senator Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., toured the Energizer battery factory on Gage Street Thursday, and also made stops in Arlington to visit the federally qualified health center there.
Senator Patrick Leahy recently called on the Federal Communications Commission to host roundtable discussions concerning net neutrality outside of Washington.
Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vermont, says he will seek more federal funding this upcoming session for Vermont's manufacturing industry.
If passed, Sen. Leahy's USA Freedom Act would curb NSA activities. However, there is a significant amount of unfinished business in the area of federal IT surveillance reform, according to BSA's Tim Molino.
The Vermont Standard reached out to candidates in contested primary races and asked them questions about business and school funding.
The president of the Vermont Captive Insurance Association is "cautiously optimistic" about the chances for bills in Congress aimed at clarifying the federal Non-Admitted Reinsurance Reform Act as it relates to captive insurance.
Updated: Tue Aug 19, 2014 06:45 am
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