The Vermont Attorney General’s Office has filed a brief asking the state’s highest court to determine that a high-capacity magazine ban enacted last year comports with the Vermont Constitution.
Progressives are floating yet another election reform: It’s called ranked-choice voting. This idea is so bad, even some dyed-in-the-wool liberals reject it.
The 51-acre Coventry landfill has long been a focus of environmental activists for alleged leakage of dangerous materials, but now the landfill’s management is responding to those criticisms, and reminding the public that the company plays a critical role in maintaining a clean environment in Vermont.
In the justification of its existence, the State Board of Education isn’t getting much support from the Agency of Education. On Wednesday an AOE spokesperson told the Commission in effect that AOE could manage SBE’s workload.
Perhaps conservation — of water, computer and phone use, gasoline, electricity, food — should be taught in school, and children could contribute solutions rather than be encouraged by adults to skip school to gripe.
2020 Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders tried to reassure voters during Tuesday’s debate that he can lead the country if elected president despite a recent heart attack.
President Donald Trump’s new executive orders secure individual liberty through the advancement of timeless, nonpartisan principles, such as fair notice, due process, transparency, accountability, and rigorous analytical decision-making.
Is it true the membership of the VPIRG board of directors shows a close affiliation with renewable energy industry and environmental special interests?
Total government spending could jump to as much as 70% of GDP under Sanders’s spending plans and 50% of the U.S. workforce would work for the government, the Manhattan-based news outlet City-Journal reported Monday.
This week, Meg sits down with Zachary Zupan and Jamison Dunne, two Vermont Republicans, to discuss the fallacy that to succeed in state politics a Republican must be a moderate.
I was gratified to read in John Greenberg’s comment to a VTDigger story that he finds a fatal flaw in the latest carbon tax scheme, the Transportation Climate Initiative, that I wrote about last January.