Vermont Law School has partnered with Cheyney University of Pennsylvania, founded in 1837 as the Institute for Colored Youth and recognized as the nation’s oldest historically black institution of higher education, to continue its effort to expand racial and ethnic diversity in the legal profession.
by Morgan True vtdigger.org The state has spent two and a half years and $66 million on Vermont Health Connect, the mandatory state health care exchange system.
But despite huge state and federal investments in the exchange website and a call center to handle interactions with the public, the system still has significant problems.
Vermont Business Magazine Champlain College has announced plans to appeal the April 3 decision of the Burlington Development Review Board (DRB) that denied a land-use application submitted on its behalf to construct a mixed-use student apartment project known as Eagles Landing.
by Anne Galloway vtdigger.org A bill that would mandate the consolidation of Vermont’s 270-plus school boards has been on life support for weeks, but there are signs that H883 will re-emerge this week on the floor of the Vermont House.