Wed 17 Jan' 18
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Session Priorities: Protecting Vermonters’ Sensitive Voter Information

Throughout the summer and fall, I heard from many concerned neighbors who asked whether Vermont would transmit sensitive voter information to the Election Integrity Commission convened by the President, and chaired by Vice President Pence and Kansas Secretary of State Chris Kobach. Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos refused to comply with this data request, […]

Tue 16 Jan' 18
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Essex Reporter Q&A

The January 11 edition of the Essex Reporter ran a question and answer story with responses from your local representatives. I’ve listed my responses below. The Q&A kept a strict limit of 400 words, which crowded out many details I would have liked to include. That said, if you have any questions or would like […]

Fri 12 Jan' 18
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Education Committee Priorities Take Shape

  Vermont policymakers continue to make decisions against a backdrop of federal uncertainty. Leaders in Washington DC have recently relied on continuing resolutions to fund the government’s operations. This sort of uncertainty remains a major challenge as we work to craft a balanced budget. I am excited to serve another term on the House Education […]