The latest attempt at a legislative fix to Obamacare was met with a mixture of hesitance and outright opposition by Republicans who have repeatedly vowed to pass a comprehensive repeal and replace bill.
State Rep. Oliver Olsen has announced he is stepping down from his seat representing the Windham-Bennington-Windsor district in the state House of Representatives in January.
Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt signed a directive ending an Obama-era legal practice that conservatives criticized as giving outside activists control of the regulatory process.
In this episode of Vote for Vermont, co-hosts Pat McDonald and Ben Kinsley interview Gov. Phil Scott about the progress he has made in fulfilling his campaign promises.
The Heritage Foundation’s ever-growing voter fraud database now documents 1,088 proven instances of election fraud, including 949 cases that have resulted in criminal convictions, 48 that have ended in civil penalties, and 75 that have seen defendants enter diversion programs.
A federal judge in Hawaii has barred enforcement of President Donald Trump’s third wave of travel restrictions.
As Congress works on tax reform, it is worth noting how politicians and interest groups use the code for their benefit often at the expense of others.
In this week’s Statehouse Headliners, many Vermonters once on welfare have found work, Gov. Phil Scott is listening on the carbon tax, and two agriculture commissions look at marijuana and dairy.
Certificate of need resource allocations by government bureaucrats can’t replace private decisions by health care entrepreneurs, nor can they lead to better outcomes and less costly delivery of services to consumers.