Dozens of activists and professionals crowded into Room 10 of the Statehouse on Thursday to call for a moratorium on the Vermont rollout of 5G internet technology.
Not only the attorney general, but “any person” would be authorized to bring a civil suit against a rule breaker, to get an injunction, punitive damages and costs and attorney’s fees. This heralds a Green Police State.
Keeping nuclear plants open limits carbon emissions. Vermont had the nation’s smallest electricity-based carbon footprint in the nation before the Vermont Yankee contract expired.
Joyce Hottenstein and Peter Briggs discuss health care sharing ministries and the adversities they face due to the punishing costs of health insurance in Vermont.
A record high 4.1 million able-bodied adults without dependents are enrolled in the federal food stamp program, more than half of whom receive benefits by states waiving the federal work requirement, according to new report by the Foundation for Government Accountability (FGA).
Customs and Border Patrol announced that 418,000 nationwide apprehensions have occurred this fiscal year to date. A total of 404,142 nationwide apprehensions took place in the entirety of fiscal year 2018.
The legitimate functions of government are to keep people safe and leave us alone to pursue our own ambitions as each of us sees fit — not as government sees fit.
The Granite State ranked No. 1 for how much “bang for their buck” taxpayers receive from their public services and seventh for the overall quality of New Hampshire’s public services.
Less than a year after the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Janus vs. AFSCME, two of the largest public sector unions in the country lost more than 90 percent of their fee-paying nonmembers, according to annual reports filed with the U.S. Department of Labor.
President Donald Trump’s campaign team is reportedly targeting the bulk of its Facebook ads this upcoming election season on Americans who are 65 years old and older.
Green Mountain Power is doubling down on a green agenda for the foreseeable future, committing to 100 percent carbon-free energy by 2025 and 100 percent renewable by 2030.
Vermont Sen. and 2020 presidential candidate Bernie Sanders’s charitable contributions fell far under the average for his income bracket the first year he reported earning more than one million dollars.