The Vermont House yesterday refused to vote on an amendment to allow noise suppressors for hunting, and instead sent the whole bill to the pro-gun control House Judiciary Committee.
The Clean Heat Standard is fraught with both unknowns and unrealistic goals, so the Legislature should wait for the March, 2023 report to answer important questions.
They’re not really ‘silencers,’ but noise suppressors can save the hearing of people exposed to loud firearms, say both Republican and Democratic supporters of a bill before the House today.
Vermonters who suspect they’ve suffered vaccine injury should tell the CDC and keep seeking medical opinions, Health Commissioner Mark Levine said Tuesday.
If the Senate doesn’t fix a big snafu in the Clean Heat Standard bill passed by the House, both electrical utilities and heating fuel dealers will be claiming clean heat credits for the same heat pump.
Police are looking for thieves who stole remote control cars and equipment in Fairfax.
A Chick-Fil-A fundraiser for the Randolph High School baseball team has been cancelled “because of the rancor this choice stirred in our communities.”
House Judiciary last week discussed, but didn’t act on, making the ‘criminal threatening’ bill a felony to allow easier gun seizure.
Eye-opening headlines you probably won’t read in the mainstream national media, compiled by CLG.
A woman under the influence was first heard, then seen, growling underneath a porch in Montpelier.