H.715 misrepresents the word “Clean”. 350vt’s analysis of H.715 shows that more than 50% of it will be met by biofuels. The biofuel marketplace is exploding globally, trading the damaging effects of fossil fuels for the damaging effects of biofuel production.
The Vermont Legislature recently passed a long-sought ethics law.
Not often a Northeast Kingdom Republican defends a Chittenden County Democrat.
Don Keelan explains why housing is scarce and new housing almost non-existent in Vermont.
Hit & Run Visual Commentary by RW Geer
I urged vaccine requirements for air travel and some professions like medicine thinking that vaccinated people were largely not spreaders. I was wrong. The “science” was wrong.
No one who voted for the Clean Heat Standard can tell you how much it will cost, what the impact will be, or if it will actually work.
Josh Elkins, a Franklin County resident considering running for office, is appalled by the division he saw at the GOP platform meeting last Saturday.
The mutual disgust with how ineffective and corrupt this system is happens to be one of the few remaining areas of agreement between the left and right.
The Clean Heat Standard is fraught with both unknowns and unrealistic goals, so the Legislature should wait for the March, 2023 report to answer important questions.