Pull up a chair, sit on a fence, wave to the marchers and cheer them on.
With plenty of federal money to spend, lawmakers and Gov. Phil Scott had no difficulty finding and funding problems that need fixing.
The feds offered, and the State of Vermont gladly accepted an unprecedented amount of $$ for highway improvements, public transit, and transitioning to electric vehicles.
A bill approving a Burlington City Charter change removing language about prostitution was signed by Gov. Phil Scott.
A capacity for local food production means that when times get tough, Vermont will have affordable nourishing food and will limit hunger in our communities.
“As one who had to run in a state dominated by Democrats – 91% of elected officials in Arkansas were Democrats when I ran – I know that you need to run with innovative ideas and be a different kind of conservative that focuses on solving real problems,” Mike Huckabee said.
Burlington’s gunfire epidemic is caused by local gangs, not out-of-state drug rings, city officials said today.
Today’s headlines from Vermont news media.
Elected prosecutors have a major role to play in holding police accountable for misconduct. That can include pressing criminal charges when police abuse their power and violate civil rights – something prosecutors rarely elect to do.
The ACLU of Vermont is rallying behind progressive prosecutors promoting “criminal law reform and demands for police accountability.”