It’s a common assumption that people who move after retirement generally opt to head south. But perhaps they should be moving north — to New Hampshire.
Human Services approved H.57 Thursday with minor changes and Judiciary is taking testimony today and tomorrow.
The Trex corporation uses the recycled bags to make high quality decking, fencing and outdoor furniture. This is the free market at work.
Immigration hardliners have blasted the congressional deal on border security, which includes far less funding for a border wall than President Donald Trump initially requested.
New House legislation includes bills that would allow “transgender students” access to gender-separated school facilities, programs and activities, ban the use of “eminent domain” seizure of land for natural gas pipelines, and further decriminalize the use of mind-altering drugs.
Every year more than 1 million individuals across the United States benefit from health care sharing instead of purchasing health insurance. In 2009, Obamacare exempted health care sharing ministries already in existence from the individual mandate requirement.
“It is deeply disappointing and disturbing to hear Rep. Ilhan Omar’s choice of words in her exchange with a journalist yesterday wherein she appears to traffic in old anti-semitic tropes about Jews and money,” Nadler said in a statement.
If we don’t change our tax policies we will not only find that we can’t attract high asset retirees, but we will neither be able to retain our own. And, like New York, we will find ourselves wondering where our revenue has gone.
Amalia Halikias and Josh Bansal entered Yale University in 2011 and 2012 as two liberal young people, but graduated as conservatives and on a mission to teach children traditional values.
As befits this complicated subject, the study discusses offers a wide range of alternative choices for legislators concerned about meeting the state’s GHG emission goals. Here are 12 questions and answers about the study.
Natural gas is the “cleanest” fossil fuel from a greenhouse gas perspective. Alternatives to home heat in Vermont include heating oil and split wood. Cleaner alternatives include passive solar, heat pumps and wood pellets.