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CONTENT FROM THIS SOURCENews Story Xander Landen
November 14, 2019
panel of state law enforcement officers, prosecutors and public defenders is recommending that Vermont dramatically expand expungement laws so that ex-offenders convicted of the vast majority of the state’s felony crimes can eventually scrub their criminal histories.
News Story Kit Norton
January 16, 2019
The report, announced to the public on Homelessness Awareness Day, says that with $800,000 a year in state funding, Vermont could cut its roughly 1,700 evictions a year in half — leading to less homelessness throughout the state.
News Story Alan J. Keays
December 17, 2018
Attorneys met with about 50 people and will be filing more than 200 petitions with courts following the first of several expungement clinics set to take place across Vermont in the coming months.
Op-Ed Daniel Richardson
March 26, 2017
For Vermonters, the radical cuts proposed by the president portend disaster.
Op-Ed Trinka Kerr
January 14, 2016
Vermont is negotiating the terms of a new all-payer health care model with the federal government, and an agreement is expected soon.
News Story Elizabeth Hewitt
January 10, 2016
Lawmakers are considering legislation that would reinstate driving privileges to thousands of Vermonters whose licenses were suspended due to failure to pay a traffic fine.
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