Gov. Phil Scott’s proposed $35 million bond for affordable housing seemed to have broad support only months ago, but now the proposal appears to be on life support.
A Vermont town clerk at the center of a voter fraud lawsuit claims that two members of the local three-person Selectboard are “on a power trip” to get her.
In the wake of being shouted down by Middlebury College students on March 2, author and scholar Charles Murray has continued to speak out about the disruption and violence. But Vermont lawmakers, Middlebury students and administrators have been unusually quiet.
A well known attorney in Vermont has asked a court to cancel Victory’s April 5 Selectboard run-off election, claiming the town’s voter checklist contains unqualified voters and non-residents, 11 of whom allegedly cast absentee ballots on Town Meeting Day.
Anti-free speech students from Middlebury College disrupted a planned lecture by guest speaker, political scientist and author Charles Murray in the McCullough Student Center on Thursday.
Gov. Phil Scott on Friday announced a four-fold plan to strengthen the local economy by creating more housing in areas designated for growth and reinvestment.