Our neighbors to the north will impose financial penalties on the unvaccinated.
Barre voters thought they’d decided which flags could be flown in City Hall Park. But the Legislature had other ideas.
The state’s largest hospital is going into emergency staffing mode as Omicron depletes workers and adds patients, an internal memo shows.
Becca Balint will throw out bullet points on issues but will give no substantive details on how her policy spending will fix them.
Meanwhile in Vermont, the Democrats running the Vermont State House have disregarded a non-partisan, good-government plan to break up two-member House districts. Good in principle, bad for Democratic outcomes in the next election.
Improving riverbanks, floodplains and vegetation will help prevent an estimated $5.2 billion in Vermont flood damage in the next 100 years.
Sanders says the feds shouldn’t let Biogen get away with charging $56K for a new Alzheimer’s drug.
Trying to staunch “misinformation”, the Vermont Secretary of State’s office has launched a webpage dedicated to election facts vs. myths.
Governor Scott appoints member of Essex-Westford Equity Committee to fill House vacancy.
Neither Gov. Phil Scott, Finance Commissioner Mike Pieciak, nor Health Commissioner Mark Levine could tell how many unvaxxed Vermonters died in December, the second-most deadly month in the “pandemic of the unvaccinated.”