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Shumlin, Wife, Finalize Divorce
Thursday, 04/04/13
Gov. Peter Shumlin and his now ex-wife, Deb, say their divorce has been finalized, after having been separated for several years.
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Shumlin Announces Release Of New Bird Atlas
Wednesday, 04/03/13
A book that's a resource for understanding Vermont's bird populations has just been published. "Second Atlas of Breeding Birds of Vermont," was produced with the help of 350 volunteers who donated thousands of hours compiling the information.
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Shumlin Signs Public Employee Pension Bill
Wednesday, 03/20/13
By John Dillon
Governor Peter Shumlin has signed a bill that allows a judge to take away a public employee's pension if the worker is guilty of a financial crime relating to the public office.
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Analysis: Shumlin's Effort To Control Health Care Costs
Monday, 03/11/13
By Jane Lindholm
VPR news analyst, Hamilton Davis, talks with Vermont Edition about what Governor Peter Shumlin has done so far to help control the cost of health care.
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Newscast: Wednesday, March 6, 2013, 5:50 p.m.
Wednesday, 03/06/13
By Dave McGown
Newscast: Wednesday, March 6, 2013, 5:50 p.m.
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Newscast: Monday, March 4, 2013, 5:50 p.m.
Monday, 03/04/13
By Dave McGown
Newscast: Monday, March 4, 2013, 5:50 p.m.
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Shumlin Sya Budget Cuts Bad, But Effects Unknown
Thursday, 02/28/13
Gov. Peter Shumlin says it's too early to say specifically what effect automatic federal budget cuts will have on Vermont state government, but he's worried.
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Shumlin Joins Other Governors In Voicing Sequester Concerns
Monday, 02/25/13
By John Dillon
Governor Peter Shumlin has joined a bi-partisan chorus of governors warning against federal budget cuts that seem increasingly likely as a stalemate continues in Congress.
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Newscast: Friday, February 15, 2013, 5:50 p.m.
Friday, 02/15/13
By Dave McGown
Newscast: Friday, February 15, 2013, 5:50 p.m.
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Businesses Complain About Fee For Health Exchange
Wednesday, 02/06/13
By Bob Kinzel
A number of Vermont business leaders say the Shumlin Administration is trying to punish thousands of small businesses when a new health care Exchange goes into place next January.
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In Miami, Shumlin Touts EB-5 Program
Wednesday, 02/06/13
By Kirk Carapezza
Governor Peter Shumlin is traveling to Miami Wednesday in an effort to attract investors for a massive economic development project in the Northeast Kingdom.
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Shumlin Proposes $60M In New Revenue To Support Spending Growth
Thursday, 01/24/13
By Bob Kinzel
Governor Peter Shumlin has unveiled his plan to boost state spending next year by 3.4 percent without raising any broad based taxes. But the budget proposal does rely on roughly $60 million in new revenue from a variety of other sources.
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Gov. Peter Shumlin Lays Out His Budget Proposals
Thursday, 01/24/13
Gov. Peter Shumlin delivered his annual budget address to a joint session of the Legislature on Thursday.
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House Gives Final Approval To Budget Adjustment
Thursday, 01/24/13
The Vermont House has given final approval to a mid-fiscal-year budget adjustment that takes savings from Medicaid and uses the money to address other growing demands in human services.
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Speaker Smith Says Any Gun Bill Needs To Start In Senate
Friday, 01/18/13
By Kirk Carapezza
Many Vermont lawmakers say gun control legislation would be best handled at the federal level. But House Speaker Shap Smith says if a bill is debated in Montpelier, it needs to emerge first from the Senate.
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Leahy Hopeful For Passage Of Gun Control Measures
Thursday, 01/17/13
By Bob Kinzel
Senator Patrick Leahy says he's hopeful that Congress will pass a comprehensive package of gun control restrictions including ban the sale of semi automatic assault weapons, closing the gun show loophole for background checks and limiting the capacity of gun magazines.
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Vt. Creates Public-Private Visitor Center On I-89
Wednesday, 01/16/13
By Steve Zind
The state has signed an agreement with a central Vermont developer to build the first privately run rest area on Interstate 89.  At a signing ceremony in Randolph on Wednesday, Gov. Peter Shumlin said the new center will save the expense of replacing and maintaining an aging state-run rest area nearby.
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Wal-Mart Planned For Derby
Wednesday, 01/16/13
Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin says a Wal-Mart is planned on U.S. 5 in Derby.
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Opposition Develops To Shumlin's Plan For Funding Child Care
Tuesday, 01/15/13
By Bob Kinzel
There's growing opposition at the Statehouse over Governor Peter Shumlin's plan to take $17 million from the state's Earned Income Tax Credit program to finance an increase in child care subsidies.
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Shumlin To Include Health Report In Budget
Tuesday, 01/15/13
Gov. Peter Shumlin's administration is asking for a bit more time to report its ideas for paying for an ambitious overhaul of the state's health care system.
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Newscast: Saturday, January 12, 2012, 8:35 a.m.
Saturday, 01/12/13
By Dave McGown
Newscast: Saturday, January 12, 2012, 8:35 a.m.
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Shumlin Focuses On Education In Second Inaugural Speech
Thursday, 01/10/13
By John Dillon
Gov. Peter Shumlin says improving education is the key to improving the Vermont economy and he used his second inaugural address to lay out a series of initiatives that he said will lead to a better-trained workforce.
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FEMA Money Comes Through For Mental Health System
Tuesday, 01/08/13
By John Dillon
On the eve of the Legislative session, the Shumlin Administration says a big funding question has been settled. Federal funds and insurance payments will cover about 70 percent of the cost of a new state hospital and other improvements to the mental health system.
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Shumlin Aims To Reduce Repeat Offenders, Create DUI Court
Monday, 01/07/13
By Bob Kinzel
According to a new report, the number of young people who are under the supervision of the Corrections Department has fallen almost 30 percent over the past two years and the Shumlin Administration is launching a new initiative to further reduce this number.
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Vilaseca Named Education Secretary, As Shumlin Makes Other Appointments
Thursday, 01/03/13
By John Dillon
Armando Vilaseca has been education commissioner since 2009. But a new law that expands the department into a full state agency went into effect this week.
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