Becca Balint, the president pro tempore of the Vermont Senate, is running for the state’s lone seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, she announced Monday.
Early Monday morning, Vermont Lt. Gov. Molly Gray declared her candidacy for Vermont’s lone congressional seat being vacated by Congressman Peter Welch.
By RUSSELL JONES Freshman Rep. Stephanie Jerome, D-Brandon, said that while the way the session ended was unusual and somewhat mystifying, the issues of surrounding a $15 minimum wage and […]
By Butch Shaw Your legislators are now focused on committee work as the Town Meeting break, scheduled for March 2 through March 11, approaches. I do look forward to this […]
By STEPHANIE ZAK JEROME My first five weeks in the Vermont Legislature have been busy! Each day is fascinating, with new challenges and policy decisions to made about issues that […]
By BUTCH SHAW PITTSFORD — The Legislature has finally settled into a rhythm of daily committee work and scheduled times to meet as a body in the Hall of Representatives. […]