Children old enough to choose life-altering surgery, too young to possess firearms?
Clean Heat Standard will have Vermonters paying 70¢/gal. more to heat their homes – at least
S.5, the Clean Heat Standard, represents for the average family a $500 per year carbon tax to stay warm in winter.
Vermont’s long-term care in crisis now
They’ve warned about the coming crisis at Vermont’s long-term care facilities for years. It’s here. Now.
Deputies join Orange County Sheriff Dept. exodus
As of today, the newly elected sheriff of Orange County will have no HQ staff and only half of the current deputies when he takes office next week.
Feds use AI to censor dissent on vax, elections
The government’s campaign to fight “misinformation” has expanded to adapt military-grade artificial intelligence to identify and censor American dissent on issues like vaccine safety and election integrity, according to grant documents and cyber experts.
Schools still short-staffed at mid-year
Vermont schools face 1,000 teacher and staff vacancies midway through the school year.
Scott betting on sports betting revenue
Gov. Scott hopes sports betting revenue will boost next year’s budget.
VT in bottom half of gun-buying states for 2022
In Kentucky, the ratio of firearm background checks to people was almost 1:1 in 2022. Vermont, not so much – about one in 13.
Vermont, other NE states chasing fed $$ for electricity transmission projects
An underwater powerline from Quebec to southern Vermont is among the New England power transmission projects seeking federal infrastructure funding.
Right to Life to hold final January march this Saturday
A young Student for Life will talk about being a pro-life activist in the post-Roe generation at the final Rally for Life Saturday.