Some headlines are April Fools, and some aren’t. Hard to tell in Vermont!
Teenage voting veto upheld
Teenagers aren’t allowed by law to sign contracts – a fact that surfaced after the Senate yesterday upheld Gov. Scott’s veto of 16-17 year old voting in Brattleboro.
Klar: In Vermont, can’t say ‘let’s kill all the lawyers’ anymore
If S265 passes, best be careful what you say about politicians – you could be sent to jail, John Klar says.
Frenier: there’s a solution to religious/woke school dilemma
Vermont officials seem surprised to learn that many Vermont taxpayers, myself included, do not want their tax dollars used for woke indoctrination.
Editorial: Balint and Ram talk big about housing – but have no right to
Two Democratic senators who want to go to Congress say a bill they passed shows they care about creating affordable housing. The bill, and their voting records, say otherwise.
Mud season and mole salamanders
The fact that you think you have it tough traveling the back roads of Vermont now just shows you’ve never been a mole salamander.
Roper: VT short 4300 weatherization workers needed to make ‘clean heat credits’
There needs to be a measure of reality for “clean heat credits.”
Bananas: Help Wanted – GRASS for my dog