If you think it’s cold in Burlington in January……just try running in Antarctica.
A Senate bill would end the practice of excluding participation at government meetings on the basis of race.
How can parents and other adults help at-risk youth deal with the added pressures of legal marijauna? Online event next Thursday.
The VT tax code is being changed to include non-taxable welfare payments to taxpayers with children.
Condos decries the Jan. 6 ‘insurrection’ and bemoans the fact that in many states, candidates doubting the legitimacy of the 2020 election are running for Secretary of State.
500,000 rapid tests will be delivered to Vermont homes.
A bill striking the religious exemption from school vaccinations was introduced last January and is still pending review by the House Judiciary Committee.
Concern about side effects, vaccine safety, and distrust of both the vaccines and the government are among the reasons why Vermonters won’t take the jab.
It will come as no surprise to people following the Democrat-controlled House Gov’t Ops dismantling of Legislative Apportionment Board recommendations that Vermont is at high risk for electoral district gerrymandering.
No Vermonters were arrested in the Jan. 6 incident at the Capitol building. Police seeking missing teen. State looking, again, for options for housing troubled youth. These headlines and others from Vermont’s media.