A West Milton House member is running for the newly-created Senate seat, “Chittenden North.”
“It’s not a clean heat thing, it’s a clean driving thing,” Sen. Mark MacDonald said.
A longtime opponent of climate change restrictions is running for the lone Caledonia County senate seat.
The assault on the right to bear arms, whether from Ukrainians or Vermonters, neither secures borders nor restrains “dangerous behavior.”
An influential Vermont state senator explains why more government is the answer to Vermont’s housing crisis.
Only two senators voted against a bill allowing prison sentence of up to two years for threatening public officials.
Every Republican in the Vermont Senate voted no, but it wasn’t enough to stop a 22-7 approval of Vermont participating in a national ‘popular vote’ presidential election.
The Senate is considering a law giving three years in prison for threats made during mask arguments in stores – among other situations.
April 9, four state senators voted against Proposal 5, the pro-abortion constitutional amendment “to ensure that every Vermonter is afforded personal productive liberty.”
The proposed “Enhanced Energy Savings Act” is a carbon tax, and maybe the Senate should “own it and come out swinging,” one senator told his fellow Natural Resources and Energy Committee members yesterday.