Citizens find little consistency among agencies that control access to public records in Vermont. (VPR)
$350 million, 700 investors, dozens of state and federal charges, and untold answers still to track down. (Vermont Public Radio, NPR, Boston Globe)
Two stories on the finances, policy and assumptions behind “natural” food. (The Food Chain, BBC News)
Shy of a felony conviction, it’s really hard to lose your badge in Vermont. (Vermont Public Radio)
Vermont police must record the race of every driver they pull over. So, where’s the data? (Seven Days)
Backlog of IT upgrades reaches $1 billion as state pays off obsolete technology. (Vermont Public Radio)
435 square miles of lake, 630 metric tons of phosphorus and one controversial plan to clean it up.
The state of Vermont doesn’t track what it spends on information technology, so we did it ourselves.
A river of booze flows through Vermont’s state-owned liquor stores, and I measured it.
With health care reform, charges for supplies become untethered from costs. (Vermont Business Magazine)