2019 survey on the #Vermont Legislative session for the Deerfield Valley

Please share your thoughts prior to the upcoming Vermont legislative session.

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#Vermont Office of Veterans Affairs

Many services for our veterans can be found at the Vermont Office of Veterans Affairs website. This includes presumptive illnesses, educational benefits, traumatic brain injury and post traumatic stress disorder. A link to the 24 crisis hotline can also be found on the page. — Read on veterans.vermont.gov/

Rep. Sibilia: Voting, PUC hearings on Consolidated Communications

Good evening/morning, Election day is Tuesday, November 6th. You must be registered to vote in the town you currently reside in. In Vermont you can register the day of the election. Information on Vermont's voting laws is available on the Secretary of State's website. This year, we have contested elections for U.S. Senator, U.S. Congress, Governor, Lieutenant …

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The entire telecommunications industry is suing #Vermont for taking action on #NetNeutrality

The lawsuit follows below. The question is whether or not Vermont's governor and legislature are federally preempted from taking action on issues of connectivity as it relates to the Net Neutrality issue. The House Committee in Energy and Technology on which I serve spent much of the last session working on this legislation. http://www.americancable.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/181018-Complaint-with-Exhibits-1-5-ECF-Stamped.pdf

Testimony to SBE on Act 46 Section 9 proposals

I attended the Vermont State Board of Education hearing on September 19, 2018 at Green Mountain Union High School, Chester, VT.  This hearing was for the State Board to hear from districts prior to deciding what to do with those that didn't opted to merge voluntarily. The 95 districts that didn't merge submitted alternative plans, or Section …

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