Governor Peter Elliott Shumlin's Public Statements

Office: Governor (VT), Democratic
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Issue Position: Seniors Issue Position: Energy Issue Position: Agriculture Issue Position: Environment Issue Position: Health Care Issue Position: Equal Rights Issue Position: Jobs Issue Position: Education 11/02/15 Welch, Shumlin Announce Grant to Help Businesses Hit by Defense Cuts Diversify 10/26/15 Leahy, Sanders, Welch, Shumlin Announce $10 Million Federal Grant 9/18/15 Gov. Shumlin Statement on Death of Trooper Kyle Young 9/17/15 Bennington Public Assistance Appeal from Irene Denied 9/16/15 Gov. Shumlin Celebrates Campaign to Increase Electric Vehicle Use in Vermont 9/14/15 Vermont Clean Energy Economy Grows by 6.2%; Now Supports 16,231 Jobs 9/02/15 Leahy, Sanders, Welch, and Governor Shumlin Announce $1.2 million In Federal Aid To Vermont's Northern Border Communities 8/31/15 Letter to Stephen Ostroff, Acting Commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration - Labeling Opioid Analgesics 8/31/15 Letter to Rona Ambrose, Minister of Health, Health Canada - Abuse of Prescription Drugs 8/31/15 Letter to Harold Rogers, Chairman of the the House Appropriations Committee, Tom Cole, Chairman of the Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Subcommittee, NIta Lowey, Ranking Member of the House Appropriations Committee, and Rosa DeLauro, Ranking Member of the Labor, Health, and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies - Ensuring the Maximum Funding Level is Provided for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program 8/25/15 Governor Shumlin Marks Recovery Milestones in Waterbury 8/11/15 Gov. Shumlin Updates on Vermont Health Connect Backlog Progress 8/08/15 Gov. Shumlin Statement on Situation in Berlin 8/07/15 Gov. Shumlin Statement on Situation in Barre 8/06/15 Gov.. Shumlin Statement on Keurig Green Mountain Announcement 8/06/15 Gov. Shumlin Appoints Brian Valentine as Magistrate Judge 8/05/15 Gov. Shumlin Appoints Legal Aid Attorney to Superior Court 8/04/15 Gov. Shumlin Statement on Tragic Death of Two Vermonters in N.H. Circus Tent Collapse 8/04/15 Gov. Shumlin & Mayor Lauzon Announce Flood Assistance Loan Program 8/03/15 Gov. Shumlin Statement on President Obama's Plan to Combat Climate Change 7/31/15 Gov. Shumlin Statement on Proposed Green Mountain Power Electric Bill Decrease 7/30/15 Gov. Shumlin Appoints Rutland Attorney to Superior Court 7/23/15 Gov. Shumlin Statement on House Passage of Bill to Block Vermont's GMO Labeling Law 7/23/15 Gov. Shumlin Statement on Historically Low Hospital Budget Growth Submissions 7/23/15 Gov. Shumlin Announces $5.7 Million Veterans' Cemetery Expansion Grant 7/20/15 Gov. Shumlin, Mayor Lauzon Update on Barre Flooding Situation 7/16/15 Gov. Shumlin Announces Staff Changes 7/15/15 Gov. Shumlin Accepts $25,000 Donation From Subaru of New England for Child Savings Accounts 7/09/15 Gov. Shumlin Signs Landmark Climate Change Agreement at Climate Summit of the Americas 7/07/15 Gov. Shumlin and Graphic Controls CEO Announce Commitment to Growing Manufacturing Biz in Bellows Falls 7/06/15 Senator Leahy and Governor Shumlin Announce $12.4 M. Federal Grant for Statewide Expansion Of Regional Substance Abuse Prevention Partnerships 7/02/15 Gov. Shumlin Proclaims Today Vermont State Police Appreciation Day 7/01/15 Gov. Shumlin Declares July 2015 as Lakes Appreciation Month 7/01/15 Gov. Shumlin Statement on Finalized Sale of IBM Facility in Essex Junction to GlobalFoundries 6/30/15 Environmental Excellence Awards Recipients Announced 6/30/15 Gov. Shumlin Celebrates Waterbury State Office Complex Milestone 6/22/15 Gov. Shumlin Highlights Major Investments at VTC to Bring Jobs and Grow Manufacturing Economy 6/17/15 Gov. Peter Shumlin Signs Clean Water Bill 6/12/15 Govs. Shumlin and Cuomo Urge Vigilance as Manhunt Continues; Intensifies in Vermont 6/11/15 Gov. Shumlin Signs Energy Bill to Grow Jobs, Cut Energy Bills, and Combat Climate Change 6/10/15 Gov. Shumlin Signs Bill to Crack Down on Rent-to-Own Practices 6/05/15 Vermont Electric Cooperative Receives $2.1 M from FEMA for Clean-Up Efforts from the December 2014 Storm