Since when do appointees set tax rates?
Who benefits from the forced transition to electric vehicles? Who loses?
Will Phil Scott drop the veto hammer on the Clean Heat Standard if it lacks a follow-up report? Time will tell.
Vermont public school mergers: easy to get into, hard to get out of. And harder still if a bill passed by the House March 17 becomes law.
A Vermont law passed in 2006 requires state regulators to adopt California emissions standards. And California wants zero-emissions new car sales by 2035.
Meg Hansen has been appointed the new president of the Ethan Allen Institute, Vermont’s free-market think-tank.
An influential Vermont state senator explains why more government is the answer to Vermont’s housing crisis.
A free-market think tank has launched a new podcast featuring host Meg Hansen interviewing informed guests about vital Vermont policy issues.
Phil Scott has hit the mother lode: vast amounts of federal dollars borrowed, at interest, from current and future taxpayers of our great Republic.
A cold snap could result in rolling blackouts if the Vermont Climate Council gets its way.