Some years ago, when the turnkey system prices of solar systems were $8000/kW for a 5 kW roof-mounted system, the federal government and the State of Vermont provided cash subsidies of almost 45% to mostly, upscale-income homeowners, to install solar systems.
President Donald Trump’s budget proposal does in fact eliminate or cut a number of climate programs. But you don’t have to scratch too far beneath the surface to realize there are legitimate justifications for doing so.
Governor Scott has one day left to decide what do with S.22, the Marijuana legalization bill. Basically, he has three options.
During the 2016 election, the Vermont NEA financially backed one-third of the Democratic and Progressive lawmakers who voted against and continue to block Governor Scott’s proposal to save up to $26 million annually for property taxpayers.
The reality is just now coming home to the teachers that their Cadillac policies are expiring and can’t be replaced without substantial penalty. Fortunately for the teachers, Gov. Scott has come up with a plan that will fund Health Savings Accounts for them, essentially holding teachers harmless by paying the higher deductibles in the new “non-Cadillac” plans.
The story they tell is one of a confluence of influence between a cash strapped Donald Trump and Russian oligarchs seeking to launder dirty money.