By a 9-2 vote, lawmakers in the House Committee on Government Operations on Thursday approved a marijuana commercialization bill that uses race to prioritize grants and loan access, positions on boards, and more.
“So you want to put a mask on a 2-year-old when it’s not spreading outdoors, when less than 300 young children have actually died of Covid over the course of the entire pandemic? What is the public health cost of trying to superimpose masks on kids who are doing sports outside?”
This bill will provide health care for illegal aliens who are attracted to Vermont by these buttery public offerings. But let us analyze this silly bill, employing the critical thought that is so visibly absent from our so-called leadership.
In the 35th episode of “Travels With Charlie — Vermont Politics in Real Life,” host Charlie Papillo explores issues around economy, housing, homelessness and vitality in the southeast corner of Vermont with Kate O’Connor and Bob Stevens.
South Burlington city leaders are pushing forward on a climate action plan that will identify ways to make the city more energy efficient — and are looking seriously at new electric vehicle charging, adding electric bikes to the bikeshare fleet and are considering buying electric mowers.
“We know a lot about the upside of the vaccine. We’ve been completely in favor of vulnerable people taking vaccines. But what about the potential risks? You’d think you would know more about that than you do.”
The Department (DOJ) notified Republican State Senate President Karen Fann on Wednesday that it was monitoring the state’s audit of 2.1 million ballots cast in Maricopa County, Arizona, in 2020, according to the Associated Press.
Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a sweeping election reform bill into law Thursday morning that limits absentee voting, bans ballot harvesting and outlaws private funding for election-related expenses.
The House Appropriations Committee on Wednesday discussed the cost of S.15, a bill that would require Vermont to send live ballots to every voter on the statewide checklist with or without a request.
I think Rep. Till would be startled to learn that quite a few of his average constituents use tax preparation services and investment advice, and almost all of them use plumbers, electricians, lawn mowers, auto mechanics, and as many as 140 more service occupations.
This teenage voting idea is nothing more than a means to an end and it does not have the good of these young people in mind. Not at all.
My point is that the city of Burlington’s appraisal process is “systematically” flawed and it can’t be solved by placating a few vocal and loud protestors, such as me.
Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed an executive order scrapping all COVID-19 restrictions throughout the state and an accompanying bill that limits localities’ ability to enforce emergency precautions. The bill also prohibits businesses from requiring “vaccine passports.”