Windsor residents and House candidates disagree on school board action against principal for BLM comments; governor, national legal pundit weigh in By Guy Page June 17, 2020 – Windsor residents and House candidates have strong […]
Scott administration asks state departments, agencies: can you live with 8% budget cut? By Guy Page May 13, 2020 – The Scott administration wants all agency and department heads to consider an eight percent budget […]
The following email was sent today by Chet Greenwood, MAGA Vermont co-chair, to Republican electors of delegates to this summer’s Republican National Convention. “Going to the Republican National Convention should be an honor. The Co-Chairs […]
Reprinted from the April 7 Newport Dispatch, an online news publication. NORTH TROY — A North Troy man made it his mission during the current pandemic, to deliver Easter baskets to local children. Recently, Jason […]
https://www.politico.com/news/2020/03/30/new-aoc-divides-the-left-150767 Is it possible? AOC is going Establishment.
For people wondering if/how State of Vermont plans to enforce emergency rules requiring curbside drops/delivery only for groceries, the following is quoted verbatim from a press release issued today by State Police (thank you Diane […]
https://www.wmur.com/article/governor-bans-resuable-shopping-bags-10-new-coronavirus-cases-reported-in-nh/31855463 Will Gov. Phil Scott follow suit and ban reusable shopping bags during the State of Emergency? Will the Legislature rethink its plastic bag ban, set to take effect July 1? Stay tuned….
CAPITOL CARPOOL UPDATE – for the second time in the last three days, two of the three prime parking spots reserved for carpooling legislators are empty. Today in House Transportation, committee members were scheduled to […]
https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2020/03/coronavirus-cancel-everything/607675/ Panic or prudence? Some startling stats in this Atlantic Magazine article suggest the movement toward coronavirus-caused cancellations may be the latter.