Governor Phil Scott launched a new subsidy for electric vehicle charging stations at rental properties.
State laws against criminal trespass already allow hospitals to keep guns off the premises, House Judiciary was told Thursday.
A Rutland grassroots activist may run for lieutenant governor.
Hydro-Quebec – Vermont’s largest source of carbon-free electricity – shouldn’t be considered renewable power, say sponsors of a bill introduced this week.
A new Senate bill would require all Vermont health care insurers – including Medicaid – to cover extensive fertility treatments for both transgender and non-transgender insureds.
Vermont Daily Chronicle debuts a new feature – a reader-sourced Calendar of Events.
Vermonters flocked online to order the free rapid tests in the State of Vermont’s collaboration with the NIH and Amazon.
Reforesting Vermont’s declining, phosphorus-producing dairy farms would be a cheap, effective way to meet the state’s carbon reduction goals.
Liberals worried about real threats to democracy should look first at Bill McKibben.
A bill co-sponsored by 61 Vermont House members (but no Republicans) would levy steep fees on vehicles with poor miles-per-gallon performance.