The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department reported zero hunting related shooting injuries (HRSIs) in 2021, continuing a multi-year trend of declining HRSIs in Vermont.
Law enforcement agencies and members of the public have donated about 1,000 body-armor vests and 45 helmets for the defense of Ukraine.
In the face of increased droughts due to climate change, this bill will ensure equitable access to surface water for users, while protecting the ecosystems of our streams and rivers.
Once more the majority party of the Vermont House is letting appointees do the hard, unpopular work of implementing energy policy.
Vermont law enforcement agencies are teaming up to donate used and expired body-armor vests to military units in Ukraine.
Stuck like a fly in the web of the federal bureaucracy? Call Bernie – or rather, call Bernie’s constituent affairs peeps. Politics aside, they might be able to help.
Scott’s plan for unexpected $90 million surplus in the state Education Fund: give half back to taxpayers in $250 checks this summer, and spend the rest teaching trades to young Vermonters enrolled in technical education.
Vermont’s support for Ukraine has gone way beyond removing Russian-made products from Vermont liquor stores.
Meg Hansen has been appointed the new president of the Ethan Allen Institute, Vermont’s free-market think-tank.
The former Commissioner of Fish & Wildlife has been appointed to fill a seat vacated by a Franklin County lawmaker who resigned.