In this episode of Vote for Vermont, co-hosts Pat McDonald and Ben Kinsley interview Gov. Phil Scott about the progress he has made in fulfilling his campaign promises.
In the aftermath of last week’s violence in Charlottesville, Va., Vermont Republicans are distancing themselves from “Unite the Right” white supremacist groups as well as from violent leftist groups.
For the first time in many years, state spending isn’t growing faster than our ability to pay for it. And, not a single piece of legislation that I signed created or raised taxes or fees.
The governor is appointing the new Vermont Climate Action Commission to fight climate change while simultaneously attempting to stimulate the economy.
Two of Vermont’s top Republican leaders joined the party faithful at an ice cream social in Ferrisburgh on Wednesday, marking the kickoff of the 2018 election campaign for the GOP in Addison County.
Responding to criticism that mortgage loans for Vermont’s affordable housing program will likely never be repaid, the head of the the Vermont Housing Finance Agency says the program doesn’t depend on repayment, and is nonetheless financially sound.
Gov. Phil Scott and lawmakers reached agreement on a budget and teacher health care deal that makes good on the promise of fiscal restraint in Vermont.
“Thanks to the Governor, this new budget will reduce property taxes on residential taxpayers and keep rates level for non-residential payers.”
Rutland Mayor David Allaire is working to rebuild the city’s image around transparency and economic growth after winning an election widely regarded as a referendum on refugee resettlement.