President Donald Trump on Wednesday kept his campaign promise to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and ordered the State Department to make plans to eventually move the U.S. embassy there from Tel Aviv.
How meetings are conducted and what is to be presented can be improved. While I am not a fan of Amazon and Jeff Bezos, I must give him credit for how his successful company runs its meetings.
The House and Senate tax bills could be detrimental to an already struggling affordable housing situation in Vermont, according to estimates released by the Vermont Affordable Housing Coalition.
Vermont’s personal income tax revenues are down $6.41 million below forecasts. We have to ask how can this be given that the national economy is booming with 3 percent or better growth for three straight quarters, the stock market is at record highs, and Vermont’s unemployment numbers are at record lows.
The House passed legislation Wednesday that will allow people with a concealed carry permit to also bring their guns across state lines in states that permit concealed carry.
Congressional repeal of Obamacare’s individual insurance mandate penalty is not tantamount to pressing the button on the doomsday machine.
A majority of the U.S. Supreme Court appeared sympathetic Tuesday with a Christian baker from Colorado who declined to create a custom wedding cake for an LGBT couple.
In this week’s Statehouse Headliners, members of Congress take Alzheimer’s meds, a Pulitzer Prize winner from Middlebury says no to Big Marijuana, and school taxes and electricity costs are set to rise.
It is apparent that one of the priority bills in the new year will be to increase the minimum wage to $15 an hour. The Central Vermont Chamber of Commerce has joined many other pro-business groups to oppose this recommendation.