After signing gun control measures that aim to promote school safety but instead affect law-abiding firearm owners, Gov. Phil Scott is receiving harsh criticism from pro-gun advocates and high praise from anti-gun groups.
Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., has joined with Democratic senators from around the country to address bullying in the nation’s schools, and to build upon anti-bullying approaches in Vermont.
In this episode of Vote for Vermont, co-hosts Pat McDonald and Ben Kinsley interview Tom Pelham about his career before joining the board, as well as what is being done to fix the ever-increasing cost of health care.
U.S. Forest Service environmental regulations may see reform after a member of the Capitol Christmas Tree team in Vermont complained that burdensome rules hampered the ability to select trees from the Green Mountain National Forest.
In this episode of Vote for Vermont, co-hosts Pat McDonald and Ben Kinsley interview House Majority Leader Jill Krowinski about Democrats’ legislative priorities for the economy, protection of domestic violence victims, clean water, efficiency standards and more.
In this episode of Vote for Vermont, co-hosts Pat McDonald and Ben Kinsley interview state Rep. Brian Savage about Republicans’ priorities for legislative issues including taxes, education funding, marijuana and more.
In this episode of Vote for Vermont, co-hosts Pat McDonald and Ben Kinsley interview Dean George about the process of getting inmates ready for parole hearings and helping them transition back into the workforce and community.
In this episode of Vote for Vermont, co-hosts Pat McDonald and Ben Kinsley speak with Ed Stanak to discuss wind development’s exemption from Act 250 environmental impact assessments.
Small business owners in Vermont are feeling the effect of strict tax laws and regulations, according to findings from a recent economic outlook survey.
While state lawmakers in Montpelier are pushing to make a $15 minimum wage mandatory for all businesses, one small Vermont business is showing that successful companies can offer higher wages without government intervention.
Vermont Electric Co-op is testing a new energy management device that will regulate Vermonters’ water heaters and energy so the grid can take on more wind and solar energy.