Having double-minded men and women administering two-standards of justices is nothing new in American politics.
Warner: Biden laptop revelations leave big questions unanswered
Corrections disbands inmate work crews, prison industries
Department officials attribute the decline in work crew sentences to the success of criminal justice reforms, including Justice Reinvestment I and II initiatives.
Overseas vote-by-email bill clears VT House, Senate
A bill approved by both the Vermont House and the Senate would allow registered voters living outside the United States to cast absentee ballots via email to a secure portal established by the Vermont Secretary of State.
Wilson: I apologize for the acts of many legislators
Ensuring a sustainable, realistic budget wisely appropriated for the good of all must be a primary goal. This did not happen this session.
Unexplained ‘excess deaths’ rise in VT during pandemic
A Burlington scientist asks the Vermont Dept. of Health to bring more clarity to the high rate of age 15-54 heart disease deaths by correlating with their vaccination status.
Former CNN producer and VT man may be nearing civil settlement in child sex abuse case
A former senior producer for CNN television admitted luring a Nevada woman and her adopted pre-teen daughter to Windsor County to have sadomasochistic sex with the girl.
Evslin: Why artificial intelligence will lead to job growth
And why job loss from AI is still a problem.
Teens die in motorcycle, side-by-side crashes
On opposite sides of the state, teenagers lost control of their vehicles, resulting in crashes and death.
Brookfield shooting victims had fentanyl arrest records
In August 2019, both Sierra and Fuentes were arrested along with a third Springfield MA resident, Luis Martinez, on charges of trafficking fentanyl into the state.
VT Headlines: Wildlife officials work to combat rabies outbreak in Chittenden County
New mental health treatment facility opens, and others are in early stages; Missing Bennington man found dead