My fellow Vermonters, today as we gather to celebrate the glorious history of the Fourth but we too wonder about our nation’s future. Let us take some consolation that many celebrants of bygone Fourths questioned if their nation would long endure.
Gov. Phil Scott today vetoed S79, the rental registry bill passed June 24 during the veto session.
On our nation’s 245th birthday, it would be nice to set our eyes on the window displaying blue skies. Instead, we see storm clouds.
Vermont police will be using new techniques to stop impaired boaters this 4th of July weekend.
Yesterday’s Supreme Court decision allowing electoral freedom to states made Sen. Patrick Leahy go all Elmer Fudd.
It is now permissible for UVM student-athletes to earn money from the use of their name, image and likeness.
Vermont has the smallest gender wage gap in the country.
Vermont employers will pay higher unemployment insurance (UI) rates, while the maximum weekly benefit for unemployed workers will increase from $531 to $583 per week.
In what is believed to be the first time a carbon tax has been put to a national vote, upscale urban regions including Geneva, Basel, and Zurich voted in favor of the CO2 law, but 51.6 per cent of voters, and 21 of the country’s 26 cantons, said “get out of here with your carbon tax”.
It could be that in Vermont a new variant may surface that the vaccine will not protect against. It will take at least three months to know this statistically.