The following is a selection of police incidents that occurred recently in Vermont, as reported by Vermont State Police.
Sec State spokesperson: Vermont Dominion voting machines “much older model than those being called into question by the conspiracy theorists”
Vermont uses vote tabulation machines manufactured by Dominion, Deputy Secretary of State Chris Winters told Vermont Daily today. However they are older models than the machines now under scrutiny in the aftermath of the 2020 presidential election, he said.
Vermont game wardens helped recover two hunters lost in Middlesex Notch Saturday evening, November 14, the opening day of Vermont’s sixteen-day rifle deer hunting season.
All six Democratic/Progressive Vermont legislators whose seats were “flipped” by voters in favor of Republicans Nov. 3 had been strongly endorsed by the Planned Parenthood of Vermont Action Fund.
Police dogs in recent, separate incidents on both sides of Vermont helped apprehend out-of-staters with illegal drug connections who were fleeing human police, police say.
Retail sales will only be allowed in communities that vote to opt-in. In other words: No marijuana retail store can open unless town voters affirmatively decide, at a warned meeting, to allow retail operations. Cultivation, testing, warehousing, and distribution are not subject to any municipal opt-in.
These five Vermont Daily news stories found strong reader interest this week of 11/8 – 11/14. Also included is a September 25 post that has taken on a viral life of its […]
New restrictions on gatherings announced / Bernie wants $2000/month for ‘working class’ Americans / Pandemic impacts fuel prices / AOC uneasy
Senator and possible Labor Secretary Bernie Sanders has upped the ante on proposed stimulus payments for all Americans: he now wants the government to pay $2000 every month for every ‘working class’ American.
The executive orders announced today to reduce transmission of Covid-19 in Vermont do not include any restrictions on religious services, Gov. Phil Scott said.