Tuesday’s re-vote of the school district merger proposal in Woodford re-confirmed the initial results, and by an even wider margin.
Activists in Vermont and around the country are preparing for a nationwide protest in the event President Donald Trump fires special counsel Robert Mueller, despite a lack of evidence a firing will occur.
In this week’s Statehouse Headliners, Gov. Scott must decide if legal pot will impede law enforcement, New England keeps lights on with oil during cold snap, and the assisted-suicide death toll in Vermont reaches 52.
Running on an independent ticket, Peacock is vying for the seat currently held by 2016 presidential candidate Bernie Sanders.
High education costs, pre-K administration and marijuana legalization were priority issues for lawmakers in their first week back at the Statehouse for the 2018 legislative session.
Memorable lines from the governor’s second address to the state suggest that he will once again oppose increases in taxes, fees and spending while promoting skilled jobs and affordable housing.
While House lawmakers occupied themselves with marijuana legalization this week, Gov. Phil Scott stayed true to familiar campaign themes, pledging to address a hole in the education budget while keeping up the fight against opioids.
The controversial Deerfield Wind project that took over 10 years and $7.5 million to complete is now generating power, but regional data shows that renewables are not producing as much energy in these cold winter months as some might have hoped.
In yet another chapter of the ongoing saga of marijuana legalization efforts in Vermont, the House on Thursday passed H.511, which allows for ownership of up to an ounce of marijuana and home cultivation of two mature and four immature cannabis plants.