A report on racially motivated harassment of former state Rep. Kiah Morris issued Monday by Attorney General T.J. Donovan found incidents of harassment but nothing that met the threshold of a criminal offense under current state law.
A slew of bills being introduced in the General Assembly aim to address guns, home school teachers, relief-from-abuse orders, smoking and more.
“If Gov. [Andrew] Cuomo is looking to protect immigrants from Donald Trump and his administration, as he says, this is the No. 1 policy we can adopt to do that,” Choi said, according to the NY Daily News.
Vernon’s staying in the Windham Southeast Supervisory Union after a state-ordered merger has brought questions about future representation, and prompted members from Brattleboro and Putney boards to suggest Vernon should be moved to the Windham Central Supervisory Union.
“Polls are now showing that people are beginning to understand the Humanitarian Crisis and Crime at the Border,” he wrote on Twitter. “Numbers are going up fast, over 50%. Democrats will soon be known as the Party of Crime.”
The final Act 250 revision report requires developers to buy “carbon offsets,” limits forest fragmentation, boosts bike paths and public transportation, restricts development near “land trust” property, and requires local plan conformity.
If the objective is to eliminate a lot of the mid-level bureaucracy at the supervisory union level while — and this is key — devolving decision-making power back to local principals and local volunteer school boards, this would be great.
Independent Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont is reportedly looking to recruit the media production company used by New York Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez as speculation regarding Sanders’ second run for the presidency heats up.
Members of local law enforcement are evaluating how they operate after a recent Vermont Supreme Court ruling that police can be held liable for an improper stop and search.
The organizational meeting for that new district had been scheduled for next Tuesday, but the SVSU cancelled it after the Pownal school board voted Thursday to join the high-profile lawsuit of 31 school districts against Act 46.
A local man’s Trump flag is flying high again nearly two months after vandals torched a similar one in an act of political hate while the family slept.