A wildlife biologist and avid hunter and trapper tries to explain why these practices benefit nature. But will the critics listen?
Guy Page is the editor and publisher of the Vermont Daily Chronicle.
41 lawmakers voted today against Prop 5 and its proposal to add unrestricted abortion to the Vermont Constitution. It wasn’t enough. Now the question goes to voters on November 8.
Both Phil Scott and Mark Levine say they don’t know if anyone in the U.S. has died of a reaction from the Pfizer vaccine. And, consideration of requiring Covid-19 vaccination for school children is “on the table” – but not right now, Levine says.
John Klar says Roe V. Wade at least tried to balance the needs of both mother and child, and Prop 5 leaves the child totally unprotected.
The senators pushing three bills at Thursday’s public hearing are trying to slowly but surely stop hunting and fishing in Vermont.
Many low to moderate income Vermonters – especially those living in older homes – will find it very difficult to pay for the higher cost of heating fuel.
GoFundMe decided to not follow through on its threat to redirect millions donated to help the Ottawa truckers after Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis threatened to investigate for fraud.
Planned Parenthood says the pandemic is to blame for the closure of its Newport clinic.
A state advisory board meeting met today to discuss requiring Covid-19 vaccination of preschoolers and schoolage children. But no-one did.
A group opposing Prop 5, the constitutional amendment to enshrine abortion, will be gather today at noon at the Vermont State House.