Multiple anti-carbon tax groups are partnering in an effort to boycott Vermont companies whose CEOs are supporting a carbon tax in the Green Mountain State.
Town Meeting Day at the Middlebury Union High School auditorium will likely be remembered by residents as a day for a changing of the guard.
Republican David Allaire was re-elected for a second term on Town Meeting Day, with voters approving his disciplined city budget of $21 million, a school budget of $54 million and bonds of $10 million.
It has been one year since a Vermont Superior Court ruling removed 13 percent of Victory’s voters from the town’s voter checklist, yet it appears the ruling has had little impact on other towns that could be facing similar issues.
This year some Vermonters are paying what amounts to a new, stealth income tax. That’s the word from Steve Cairns, owner of Advisor Tax Services in Stowe.
This week on PEGTV’s “Straight Talk” hosted by Don Chioffi, conservative radio talk show host Hal Shurtleff said Vermont’s property rights are under attack by local planning commissions.
When someone calls another person a “racist,” as Sen. Bernie Sanders did of President Donald Trump on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, is it considered defamatory speech?
The disastrous 2018 election results for conservative Republicans and like-minded candidates has ignited a grassroots effort to strengthen the base and field new candidates for local and statewide office.
Gov. Phil Scott on Thursday laid out numerous budget priorities for Vermont ranging from a vaping tax and clean water funding to electric vehicles and Act 250 exemptions for developers.
As lawmakers begin evaluating the pros and cons of carbon pricing methods in Vermont, the House Energy and Technology Committee appears to have invited testimony mostly from individuals and groups who support a carbon tax.
After helping vote down a continuing resolution Thursday, Rep. Peter Welch, D-Vt., has more than a few Vermont heads spinning on whether he supports the government shutdown.