Abortion Bill Proposed

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On Tuesday, Jan. 14, Vermont legislators proposed a new bill to formally decriminalize abortion statewide. The bill, S 315, was proposed by Senators Tim Ashe[...]

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Governor Shumlin Delivers State of State Address

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On Wednesday, Jan. 8, Gov. Peter Shumlin utilized his State of the State Address to tackle an issue that had not previously been addressed. Shumlin[...]

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Vermont Partners with Emerge America to Promote Women in Elected Positions

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At a news conference at City Hall on Monday, Sept. 23, former Governor Madeline Kunin announced that Vermont will be joining a new initiative to[...]

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Your Semester Guide to Vermont

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For those just arriving as well as those preparing to leave in a few months, the fall at Middlebury is the perfect time to explore[...]

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$865 Million Project Revamps Northeast Kingdom

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The landscape of Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom is about to experience a dramatic shift, and, remarkably, it has nothing to do with heavy snow. In addition[...]

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Vermont Black Heritage Trail Opens in Middlebury

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In time to commemorate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and Black History Month, the Vermont Department of Tourism and Marketing announced a Vermont African American[...]

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New Passenger Rail Line Will Be Completed By 2017

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The Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) recently unveiled plans to restore the passenger rail line along the state’s western corridor. This new rail system will[...]

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Vermont Steps Closer to Health Benefits Despite Heated Debates

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Since President of the United States Barack Obama signed the Affordable Care Act (ACA) on March 23, 2010 — enacting comprehensive health insurance reforms in[...]

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Vermont Yankee Faces an Uncertain Future

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Plans to export low-level waste from Vermont to Texas came to fruition in early September 2012 with the first shipment of a 90-gallon drum of[...]

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Mosquito-Borne Virus Takes Two Lives

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On Sept. 4 concerned Vermonters gathered together in the Brandon Town Hall for a public informational meeting held by state officials regarding the recent outbreak[...]

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Van Jones inspires at VNRC 50th Anniversary

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Last Saturday, Sept. 22, students rode north to Shelburne Farms to mingle with some of the state’s and the nation’s strongest environmental voices — including[...]

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Looking Back on Irene’s Anniversary

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On Aug. 28, 2011, Tropical Storm Irene tore through Vermont, destroying bridges, washing out roads, taking houses and even six human lives with record-breaking winds[...]

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There Once Was a Camel Who Lived on Route 7

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Oliver the camel is not native to Vermont. But then, neither is Judith Giusto, his owner, and she is getting along fine. “I’m originally from[...]

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