Town meeting week signifies the traditional halfway mark of the legislative session in Montpelier. Typically, the first year of the biennium starts off slowly, as committees get used to new members and each other, and … Continue reading
In the wake of unprecedented capital construction due to Tropical Storm Irene, it may be time for a renewed risk management and project management approach (questions that must be addressed) to more effectively manage capital … Continue reading
One section of the Capital Bill consists of requests from the Vermont Division for Historic Preservation. Last week the Corrections and Institutions Committee heard from Giovanna Peebles, the State Historic Preservation Officer, with an overview … Continue reading
The first few days as an elected member of the Vermont House of Representatives were full of wonderful pomp and ceremony. On Wednesday, I was sworn in as the Franklin-7 (Enosburg and Montgomery) Representative along … Continue reading
Host Richard Kemp interviews Progressive Gene Bergman, State Representative candidate for the two-seat Chittenden 6-3 district encompassing the ONE and downtown.
Grass-roots influence played an impressive role this legislative session. Whether it was vaccines, state IDs for undocumented workers or a fracking ban, Vermonters made their positions known and the Legislature responded.
If only there was … Continue reading