“I think there is personal liberty,” Scott said at this week’s press conference. “The parents don’t have to send their kids to school. There’s home schooling. They can find another school.”
Can Vermont be a template for healing America? Only if more Republicans lay down or act like Democrats, but that’s not bipartisan; it’s surrender.
Tom Evslin: “Vaccinated people are saving the lives of the unvaccinated by reducing the overall spread rate. If everyone were vaccinated, cases would quickly become rare and far between and then almost non-existent in the vaccinated population – fingers crossed on mutations and booster shots.”
Felix Hume says students don’t bully him about not wearing a mask – just the grown-ups.
The State of Vermont is distributing $5 million in a second round of federal pandemic funds to adult day centers to provide financial stability after an extended shut down due to COVID-19.
Troops from the Vermont National Guard’s 86th Mountain are supporting security at the Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul, Afghanistan.
It’s been 10 years since Irene devastated Vermont.
Police shot and killed a 33-year-old man in a Rte. 7, Rutland McDonald’s yesterday.
The federal office responsible for workplace safety has told employers they no longer must record or report adverse reactions to Covid-19 vaccination.
An estimated 20-25 students enrolled in Vermont Catholic religious schools are having their tuition paid by their local “tuitioning town” school districts.