Faced with strong opposition from sportsmen’s organizations and an Addison County newspaper, Gov. Phil Scott and the Vermont Legislature are looking for a way to keep the Salisbury Fish Hatchery open.
The House Judiciary Committee on Friday approved Vermont’s controversial abortion bill, H.57, after a week of review.
Another round of House bills would allow crossbow hunting during bow season, make unsecured firearms a crime, and allow non-citizen voting in Montpelier city elections.
Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz compared attempts to use the 25th Amendment against President Donald Trump to a coup d’etat and said Thursday the measure is being abused.
“At this stage, I am not a supporter of it because it’s been looked at very cursorily and if you read the language, it’s a very big program with a huge governmental cost,” Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California said. “None of that’s been looked at.”
Two Boston residents who temporarily had been living in Swanton were indicted Monday by a federal grand jury on charges related to drug and firearm conspiracy.
This seems like an odd policy priority for a state that already boasts one of the heaviest tax burdens in the United States, and for a liberal state that is ostensibly looking out for the poor.
“California has been forced to cancel the massive bullet train project after having spent and wasted many billions of dollars. They owe the Federal Government three and a half billion dollars. We want that money back now. Whole project is a ‘green’ disaster!” President Trump tweeted.
Why is it that with all the brain power and tools man has developed to accomplish amazing things, he is unable to admit that what he sees on that ultrasound picture right before him is a dependent human being just beginning life’s journey?
It’s time to learn from Parkland and admit that gun control is the wrong solution to the wrong problem. The sooner we get the correct diagnosis, the sooner we can start using effective policies to prevent very real tragedies.
Welch called the Green New Deal “a broad outline of ambitious goals” and said Congress over the next two years would be drafting legislation and conducting hearings to make progress toward those goals.
The Green New Deal’s dismissal of nuclear power dooms it to failure as a realistic plan to reduce carbon emissions. Doubters need only look at Vermont, a climate change expert wrote in Forbes Magazine recently.