State officials want to tighten control over a corporation that is building a
computerized network of medical records. Lawmakers
and the Douglas Administration say the additional oversight is needed, since
the private organization gets public money.
John Dillon reports.
She was organized, disciplined and, unusual for a drug dealer, didn’t use the drug herself. Authorities say those attributes helped a St. Albans woman become one of Vermont’s biggest crack cocaine dealers ever.