The Vermont Community Broadband Board is looking for public input as the state is getting federal grants to address digital equity. Vermont will get a piece of the nearly $2.7 billion available to help schools, libraries, nonprofits, and others get connected. Broadband leaders are looking for Vermonters’ help to get the money where it’s needed the most. Comments are welcome until May 1.
- Vermont lawmakers are working to repeal the state’s prostitution laws
- Judge Lisa A. Warren has denied the Emergency Motion filed by the Orleans County State’s Attorney’s Office to temporarily suspend the dismissal of three felony convictions