Lawmakers on a key committee seem curiously unaware of their Dec. 1 deadline for ruling whether Vermont follows California and bans the sale of internal-combustion cars by 2035.
Through lawsuits and legislation, supporters of legal abortion, doctor-prescribed death, and prostitution are headed towards making Vermont a destination state.
Gov. Phil Scott today signed two multi-million dollar housing bills that he and the Legislature hope will help relieve Vermont’s housing shortage crisis.
Overdoses climbed 41% the year after Oregon decriminalized fentanyl and other hard drugs.
Legalization of sports betting could raise $10 million in state revenue – but consumers could be harmed, a state study says.
A bill to make it easier to charge repeat retail thieves with a felony didn’t get out of the 2022 Vermont Legislature.
Students at all public and independent schools will eat free breakfast and lunch this coming school year, thanks to a bill passed this year by the Legislature. The $29 million to pay for it will come out of the Education Fund.
McClaughry: 2022 Legislature spent fed $$, reformed pension funding, began state control of contractors – and lost big on climate bill
Big wins and big losses for the ambitious agenda drivers of the 2022 Vermont Legislature.
If reading this book won’t cure insomnia, nothing will.
States (like Vermont) where buying marijuana is legal are seeing higher concentrations of THC and more teens suffering from THC-induced mental illness, a new study shows.