Chelsea Siegal, Local 22 & Local 44

Chelsea Siegal

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Past articles by Chelsea:

Sanders says Vermont to receive more than $1 billion for infrastructure

The 5-year Surface Transportation Reauthorization Act increases funding by 21% in year one and by 31% over the life of the bill. → Read More

Stefanik will run for House GOP Conference chair after Cheney’s ouster

Stefanik said she would “unify GOP Conference Majority, and fight on behalf of the American people to save country.” → Read More

New York switches to Pfizer after CDC recommends pause on Johnson & Johnson vaccine

People scheduled to receive the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine Tuesday at state vaccination sites will instead receive the Pfizer vaccine. → Read More

Schumer: $2.5B for Upstate NY school districts in American Rescue Plan

Schumer says this funding will allow Upstate New York’s schools to fill budget gaps, address learning loss, meet the needs of students with disabilities, assist students experiencing homelessness, provide summer enrichment and afterschool programs, and more. → Read More

Darn Tough Vermont, Bernie’s mitten maker team up to donate to Vermont Foodbank

New sock designs will be released every three months. → Read More

Vermont law enforcement continue security planning as Biden inauguration draws near

Officials say they are not aware of specific threats. However, there have been calls for nationwide action, including an “armed march” at all 50 state capitals. → Read More

Arrests made in 8 year long ‘Ponzi scheme’ that defrauded investors of over $1M

New York Attorney General Letitia James announced the arrests of two defendants charged with operating a nearly decade-long Ponzi scheme, which defrauded investors across the country of more than $1 million. → Read More

Vermont trooper who supported ‘insurgency’ in DC is suspended without pay

“While we recognize the rights of all people including sworn law enforcement officers to express their views, advocating for the overthrow of the constitutionally defined democratic election process by force or violence violates our oath of office to uphold the Constitution,” said Public Safety Commissioner Michael Schirling. → Read More

Gov. Cuomo proposes to legalize, create equitable adult-use cannabis program

Under the Governor's proposal, a new Office of Cannabis Management would be created to oversee the new adult-use program, as well as the State's existing medical and cannabinoid hemp programs. → Read More

Suspension of medical, student debt collection renewed for 9th time

New York Attorney General Letitia James and Gov. Cuomo announced that the state will renew, for the ninth time, an order to halt the collection of medical and student debt owed to the state of New York that has been specifically referred to the Office of the Attorney General (OAG) for collection — with limited exceptions — through Jan. 31, 2021. → Read More

Gov. Cuomo announces $19 million water quality grant for infrastructure improvements

Gov. Cuomo announced that $19 million in federal grant funding is available to municipalities through the Consolidated Funding Application for infrastructure projects that protect or improve water quality. This funding is made available through two programs: the Green Innovation Grant Program and Engineering Planning Grant Program. → Read More