A child tax credit and income tax relief for retirees were approved on the last day of the Legislature.
St. Albans plans to kill a dog that has attacked people and killed other animals – that headline and others from VT media.
Emergency food security plan, diversity $$ for towns, low-income localvore in state budget passed yesterday
Among the interesting one-time expenses in the state budget passed yesterday is $115,000 for a State Food Security Action Plan for “times of disruption to the national food distribution chain caused by emergencies such as the COVID-19 pandemic.”
State police are looking for a Jeffersonville road rage & shooting suspect; Clark pleads innocent to attempted Murder 2; SWAT teams hit drug dens in Town of Washington.
Of the 169 use-of-force incidents recorded by VSP in 2021, 10 involved black people – seven of whom were men.
If a serving state senator doesn’t know what Article 22/Proposal 5 is – not even its name and general intent let alone its potential impact – how well informed do you think the average voter is?
Hey humans – leave those cute, sleeping fawns alone.
Humility will be required to admit that the Global Warming Solutions Act is a failure; courage will be required to repeal it.
This weekend is a busy one for conservative-minded inquirers and activists: an election integrity event in Rutland, the first GOP debate for statewide candidates, and a symposium featuring Marxism opponent Dr. James Lindsay.
The Rutland School Board will delay action on the controversial school mascot issue until August.