Vermont environmentalists opposed to intensified wind and solar development are fighting what Rachel Carlson called “the basic irresponsibility of an industrialized, technological society toward the natural world.”
Reducing the number of shooting ranges will limit access to classes and push recreational shooting into backyards, farm fields, and woodlots.
“Shooting ranges will close if S.57 becomes law,” Ottey said.
Five very different types of responses to Election Day and its aftermath are on display in today’s Vermont Daily Chronicle.
The State of Vermont should follow international Standards of Care regarding gender dysphoria, a Vermont parents’ group told the House Judiciary Committee.
Bend the knee, kiss the ring, bow to the statue or you won’t get the goodies.
From the doorway of the House Ways and Means Committee room one lawmaker was overheard asking “are we setting aside money for new tinfoil hats for those nutty reporters outside” while giving the double-knuckle with a palm-press secret handshake shared between Progressive Freemasons.
When Democrats won super-supermajorities in both chambers of the Vermont legislature in November’s election, they brought with them a host of legislative priorities that come with massive price tags for Vermont taxpayers.
The Cannabis Control Board has ordered fungi-filled product pulled from the shelves of five Vermont retail outlets.