Bills passed in the Senate this week remove legal barriers to getting high and create an advisory Youth Council.
Vermont Daily Water Cooler for Wed, Apr 27
Peter Welch DOES have a primary opponent – an activist from Brattleboro.
First GOP debate May 14
GOP candidates for the party nomination for Congress and the U.S. Senate will debate in Milton May 14.
Driven by rising oil prices, Vermonters burn more wood
With heating oil prices up 25% between February and March, Vermonters with wood heat backup systems are stocking up now.
Evslin: Neither high energy costs nor dependence on Russia are acceptable
A few smart moves here in the U.S. will reduce CO2 emissions, energy costs, and reliance on oil from Russia and other bad actors.
German shepherd shot, game warden investigating
A German shepherd was shot in Tunbridge, and a distracted driver dies from injuries resulting from a crash on I-89.
Prices soar as avian flu hits 1-in-10 egg-laying hens nationwide
Avian flu is driving up the cost of eggs nationwide. Vermont poultry production has yet to be hit with the disease.
Angry birds in a time of twits
Thunk – thunk – thunk – it’s the sound of an angry bird world.
Burlington prostitution bill to get House committee vote Thursday
A House committee is scheduled to vote Thursday on Burlington’s proposed legalization of prostitution.
Shorts: traveler nurses 3X as costly / Bernie bashes Bezos, the Pandemic Profiteer / Green light for Southern Connector
One-paragraph news items – Bernie on the pandemic profiteers, the high cost of ‘traveler’ nurses, Burlington City Attorney leaves after less than a year, and more.