Gov. Phil Scott and lawmakers reached agreement on a budget and teacher health care deal that makes good on the promise of fiscal restraint in Vermont.
“Thanks to the Governor, this new budget will reduce property taxes on residential taxpayers and keep rates level for non-residential payers.”
Remember the “energy independence” preoccupation of not so long ago? The U.S. is now emerging as the world’s energy superpower, and U.S. oil and gas exports are rebalancing global markets.
Wind energy developer Avangrid Renewables has proposed sound level protocols for its Deerfield Wind Project in Bennington County, and as it’s written now, second-home owners would be excluded from being able to report noise violations.
If this commitment to meeting the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement is serious, our elected officials who support it should explain exactly what they intend to do to meet those obligations.
In an election widely touted as a referendum on the presidency of Donald Trump, Republican Karen Handel soundly defeated Democrat Jon Ossoff in a congressional race that exceeded $50 million.
Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson will tell the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence Wednesday that officials saw no “credible evidence” of election hacking or vote-counting “subject to manipulation in any state or locality in the 2016 election cycle.”
The letter sent by Cuba’s main dissident group to President Donald Trump thanking him serves as a timely rebuke of President Barack Obama’s warm embrace of the Castro regime.
Given that our population density is far below that of the many places around the globe and we still have an abundance of natural resources, the American vision of populating the continent is a far from finished task.
Vote for Vermont host Pat McDonald and co-host Ben Kinsley discuss an education initiative that could generate $350 million in taxpayer savings.