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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Indys, Ubers and #PeopleOverParty

Last Sunday I found myself in Denver, traveling by Uber with a scientist I had attended a weekend conference with.  My new scientist friend conducted an experiment with our Uber drivers as we traveled to various Denver destinations talking about how much we were enjoying Denver and gathering info about our next destination.   “We …

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2017 Windham-Bennington District Town Meeting Information

2017 Windham-Bennington District Town Meeting Information Times and locations for our districts Town Meeting and Australian Ballot items are below.  Act 46 Australian ballot votes and other notable Town Meeting education articles are in green.   On Monday night March 6th, I’ll be traveling to all of the Bennington County Towns, starting with Searsburg, then Stamford, …

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SoVT All-Payer presentation, Minter and Scott holding forums in the Valley

There are a couple of important opportunities for you to weigh in on our state's future happening in Southern Vermont in the next two weeks - I encourage you to attend those events you can, ask questions, and share your experiences. *************** Draft all-payer waiver agreement presentations Southern Vermont Forum announced Tuesday, Oct. 11, 4-6 p.m. …

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How to see what bills I’ve co-sponsored and what roll call votes I’ve made

The Vermont Legislative website is brand new this year, and as frequent past visitor I feel qualified to say Vermonters are much better served!  This new site is very very user friendly. This website makes it easy to see what bills a committee is considering, as well as the testimony that witnesses are providing, and …

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