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Volkswagen Settlement Restitution Claims Forms Available For Vermont Consumers

CONTACT: Christopher Curtis, Chief Public Protection Division 802-595-8679 MONTPELIER – In May, the Vermont Attorney General’s...

November 30, 2018

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Consumer Information

Identity Theft and Information on the Equifax Data Security Breach

To check if you were personally affected by the breach, you may visit Equifax’s website: www.equifaxsecurity2017.com. To place a fraud...

November 28, 2017

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Consumer Information

Lead-safe Housing for all: Landlord Restoration Program

The Landlord Restoration Program (Program) is for landlords/owners of pre-1978 rental property. Our goal is to help ensure lead-safe...

November 28, 2017

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Powerful words by Rabbi Amy Small and others speaking out against hate on the steps of Burligton City Hall. Showing up, standing together and demonstrating that love & unity & equality can overcome hate were some of the messages today. We have a lot of work to do on this, but these public demonstrations of solidarity are key action steps. Thank you to the @Pridecentervt, Zedek Synagogue and others for organizing. ... See MoreSee Less

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Today members of the Vermont Recovery Network are in the Capital speaking with lawmakers. I was honored to speak with this group. The people working to help Vermonters in recovery, I cannot thank you enough for your commitment to our community. To those folks currently in recovery - thank you too.These are the hardest battles but I see your strength and I am with you. We should not be defined by the worst moments of our lives, and people deserve not only a second chance, but a third and fourth and fifth chance. This disease impacts almost every Vermont family I know, so let’s move past the shame, past the stigma, hold our heads up high and fight for the health and happiness we all deserve. ... See MoreSee Less

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