UVM Health Network stops work on building new psychiatric care beds, and BHS announces new $181 million plan to build new building.
McClaughry: Ghosts guns and murderers
Ghost guns account for one percent of murders, prior offenders for 90%.
Sexton: GOP platform should hold officials, candidates accountable
Sexton has submitted an amendment to the VT GOP platform to hold elected Republican officials and candidates accountable for their vote or support of Article 22 (formerly Prop 5).
State plans 7000+ antlerless deer harvest
Last year’s antlerless deer harvest was smaller than expected, due to the pandemic and other factors.
Democrat for Congress pro-nuke, anti-reparations
A conservative Democrat in the race for the open Vermont seat in Congress says ‘defund the police’ is “one of the stupidest slogans I can remember.”
Flying chair’s not in Kansas anymore
Photos, video link of unsecured chair flying out of bed of pickup truck on I-89 and striking window of a state police cruiser.
Yacovone: Let lawmakers work from home
Forcing legislators to work at the Statehouse in this age of remote work makes little sense, a Morrisville lawmaker says.
Deer poaching ring in court
Five Windsor County men are charged with poaching 14 deer.
Top Scott official Pieciak leaving job
Dept. of Financial Regulation Commissioner Mike Pieciak, who updated Vermonters on the status of Covid-19 at weekly press conferences, is leaving state government.
Scott signs bill removing safeguard in end-of-life lethal drug law
Bills extending social services to at-risk non-citizen youth and waiving safeguards to dispensing end-of-life drugs were signed yesterday by Gov. Phil Scott.