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Offering universal afterschool and summer programs is a key strategy for prevention and healthy development, and a priority for my Administration.
Supporting workforce development is critical to growing our economy and creating greater opportunity for Vermonters, making this grant program tremendously valuable for Vermont workers and our businesses.
Vermont farmers are contributing to our economy and keeping our landscape beautiful and productive.
The Vermont Supreme Court serves a vital role in protecting our state’s Constitution, upholding our laws, ensuring fairness in our systems and the accountability of our institutions.
Cybersecurity continues to be a significant threat to public and private enterprises, governments and individuals.
The need to upgrade our physical infrastructure is something most Americans can agree on.
To tackle climate change effectively, we need strong federal commitment, as well as local support. In Vermont, we’re working to do our part.
Engineers are problem solvers, and crucial to strengthening the economy, making Vermont more affordable, and protecting our most vulnerable.
I have often said there are few responsibilities more important than governors making judicial appointments.
Investing in sewer and stormwater infrastructure is a top priority for my administration, because it’s good for both our environment and the economy.
For decades, Vermont has proudly and peacefully welcomed Somali, Vietnamese, Bosnian and Bhutanese families – and many others – through successful refugee and immigration programs.
Vermont’s history, at its roots, is multicultural from the members of Ethan Allen’s Green Mountain Boys with African heritage to the state’s constitution, which was the first to prohibit slavery.
Words matter. I encourage everyone to consider the meaning of their words from another person‘s point of view, as well as the consequences of how our own words can impact the wellbeing of others.
The Christmas season can mean different things to different people, but for me, it’s a time of hope, giving and reflection.
I am very much a fiscal conservative. But not unlike most Republicans in the Northeast, I’m probably more on the left of center from a social standpoint.
As we work to grow the economy and our workforce, addressing the high cost of doing business in Vermont is critical.
As more companies look to reduce or negate their environmental footprint, it is crucial for Vermont to be a destination with an affordable renewable energy grid to partner with companies and achieve our shared goals.
The United States – and Vermont in particular – has a history of welcoming people of all cultures and backgrounds.
Typically, when you overpay for something, you get some of that money back.
Ultimately, in our health care reform efforts, my Administration’s goal is to make sure Vermonters have access to affordable health care coverage.
While we all would have preferred a different outcome when combat operations in Afghanistan ended, it’s important to remember the service and sacrifices of the American people had value.