The new Vermont Climate Action Commission must grow the economy, revenue for the 2017-18 state budget is short $29 million, and Gov. Phil Scott says he won’t support a marijuana legalization bill that doesn’t include a roadside test.
Allowing an ineligible voter to cast a ballot cancels out the vote of a legal voter, effectually erasing that legal voter’s vote. The outcome is the same as if the legal voter had been physically blocked from entering the polling place. This is unacceptable.
What’s the real reason for the frustration that plays out in the sports stands today? I believe a great deal of the anxiety has to do what takes place not on the field, rink or court, but before the young athlete puts his or her uniform on.
The real battle for the soul of Vermont is over the extent to which the people in control of state government will force their idea of community on people who rarely have much in common.
True believers want us to accept sacrifices now — and a poorer world — in favor of unproven policies to avert warming that may or may not occur, and that may or may not be harmful. Skeptics take a different view.
Another Vermont town gets an expensive solar bill, consumers may be the ones to drive CO2 reduction through electric vehicles, and Burlington Emergency Shelter founder Jon Svitavsky is set to challenge Bernie Sanders for U.S. Senate.
The reception President Donald Trump received in two European countries during his second foreign trip couldn’t be more different.
Is there no limit to the level of disgusting behavior on college campuses that parents, taxpayers, donors, and legislators will accept?