What Vermonters DON’T need from the Legislature is added stress on our police shortage and energy costs.
The Legislature is moving fast on big items with longterm consequences for Vermont property owners and taxpayers.
If S265 passes, best be careful what you say about politicians – you could be sent to jail, John Klar says.
Climate change warriors have secured tax breaks to keep Vermont forestland undeveloped.
Legislation pushed by Burlington lawmakers would repeal state prostitution laws, regardless of the outcome of today’s Burlington City Meeting vote.
Every week, a freshman lawmaker tells her constituents how she voted on every bill that comes up on the House floor. Her report is a treasure trove of up-to-date information.
A bill creating a new Racial Statistics division of state government and a new advisory will soon be voted on by Vermont House of Representatives.
For the second straight week, race-related legislation is getting plenty of attention in House committees.
The former Commissioner of Fish & Wildlife has been appointed to fill a seat vacated by a Franklin County lawmaker who resigned.
Bills under discussion by House committees would create three separate race-related bureaucracies and fund transition to non-fossil fuel heat in state, local and private buildings.