Why did most states decide to lock down when all they had to do, at much less cost to the social fabric and economic life and individual liberty, was to protect those over 65 and the frail?
Now’s the time to consider the real meaning of Memorial Day and why we honor the 1.35 million men and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice protecting our nation from “all enemies foreign and domestic.”
This Memorial Day, during the time of COVID-19, will be different from all others. Many cemeteries likely will have new restrictions, making it more difficult for visitors to pay their respects.
I believe the crisis will either mark a turning point for Vermont or the point of no return. We need to elect candidates who have the competence and courage to tackle the challenges ahead with fresh solutions that prioritize Vermont’s workers and middle and working class families.
A new report published by Pew Charitable Trusts suggests that with the increase of debt collection lawsuits, “debt collectors may seize $1,200 coronavirus checks intended for household expenses.”
What the GWSA would do is empower the Agency of Natural Resources to come up with and enforce “rules” designed to shrink the state’s greenhouse gas emissions to specific levels by 2025, 2030 and 2050, regardless of any collateral impacts and consequences.
A crowd-sourced funding page for Club Fitness, the Rutland gym embattled in a legal tussle with Vermont Attorney General TJ Donovan, had raised $3,060 as of Friday morning.
Vermont has not estimated future disposal costs or the sizable environmental costs of manufacturing and shipping for residential installation. And being colder and cloudier than most states, Vermont is perhaps the least sensible place in America for solar panels.
“As anticipated, the monthly numbers show the tremendous economic impact of COVID-19. We are seeing an unprecedented level of economic disruption in our state, nation, and around the world.”
GONs only reach about a third of potential broadband consumers living in the municipalities that have built these networks. But all residents of said municipalities must foot the bill for these boondoggles, resulting in sky-high expenses for taxpayers.
Governor Phil Scott today announced the resumption of additional business operations, including outdoor seating at restaurants and bars, hair salons and barber shops and some additional health services.