Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders just made an overhaul of the U.S. prison system part of his platform — but early feedback shows Americans are skeptical of the idea.
The Vermont Drug Task Force recently completed a multi-week arrest sweep of 59 suspects charged with selling hard drugs, including heroin, fentanyl, cocaine and crack cocaine.
Vermont Attorney General TJ Donovan is joining a multi-state lawsuit to fight Trump administration efforts to dismantle the Clean Power Plan, a creation of the Obama administration that seeks to restrict emissions from power plants.
Former state Rep. Kiah Morris has released a new YouTube video stating that Vermont is full of racism, and she singles out state Sen. John Rodgers, a highly respected Democrat representing the Essex-Orleans district.
Thousands of people around the world are preparing to participate in a weeklong global climate strike in late September. In Vermont, the climate activism group 350Vermont is organizing most of the local protests.
Vermont may be a nice place to take summer vacations and ski trips, but it’s not a great place to start a business according to yet another economic study.
In a 24/7 Wall St. ranking of relative purchasing power in each state, Vermont finished 38th out of 50 states.
Some of President Donald Trump’s most vocal critics are praising the administration’s Safe Importation Action Plan, which brings in reduced-price generic drugs to compete with high priced name-brands.
In less than 24 hours, two mass shootings have left 29 people dead in Texas and Ohio, and numerous Vermont politicians are reacting by pinning the blame on President Donald Trump.
Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., has introduced a bill that would end restrictions on travel for Americans wishing to visit the poverty-stricken communist state of Cuba.
Although news outlets have criticized Vermont businesswoman Stacy Manosh for supporting President Donald Trump’s recent Twitter comments, the Johnson Woolen Mills CEO says she has received far more support from the public than disapproval.