State legislation could strip Catholic churches’ right to protect members’ sealed confessions.
VT Headlines: Maple Weekend in Vermont
Sugar houses open doors for maple weekend in Vermont.
Vermont needs to trust the voters to choose their sheriffs
You can kill a mosquito with a sledge hammer. But should you?
Kauffman: Sen. Lyons, show us the data for your ‘data-informed’ transgender decisions
Both youth patients and their parents are reporting the lack of informed consent in growing testimonies and lawsuits against “gender-affirming” health care.
Sanders: Silicon Valley bank president shouldn’t continue to serve on Federal Reserve Board
It would come as a shock to most Americans to find out that Gregory Becker, the CEO of Silicon Valley Bank, was a director of the same body in charge of regulating his bank: the San Francisco Federal Reserve.
Driver in “hero dog” crash on I-89 guilty of DUI
Driver in ‘hero dog’ crash on I-89 guilty of driving under the influence.
Putin blasts UK move to send ammo with depleted uranium to Ukraine
Russia has previously warned the use of depleted uranium will be considered an attack by a ‘dirty nuke’
Rutland Legislators Step Up Strong
Physical libraries are protected by proactive legislators.
EAI’s 30th Annual Jefferson Day Event – 2023
Ethan Allen Institute’s 30th Jefferson Day Event will look at slavery and the author of the Declaration of Independence.
Wilson: Bills give unions more control over state employees
There is in Vermont a mounting frustration and anger of the people over taxes, inflation, cost of schools and education, of law and order in our streets and neighborhoods, rising rents and increased home and land accessibility and cost.