What is a “right to a clean environment”? Does that mean I am entitled to taxpayer funded trash pick up? A court will decide, I guess, cuz I’ll bring that suit myself. Does it mean I can sue my neighbor for grilling out on his back yard barbecue?
One day ahead of Nevada’s Democratic caucuses, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is predicted to win the most votes and the most delegates, according to an analysis by the website FiveThirtyEight.com.
The mandated emissions goal we discuss in this show, as detailed in H.688, just was made even worse. The Vermont House of Representatives passed the Global Warming Solutions Act on Feb. 20.
Bloomberg campaign manager Kevin Sheekey issued a statement Friday saying the vandalism “echoes language from the Sanders campaign and its supporters,” but also saying that they don’t know who’s responsible for the action.
City councilors in Cambridge, Massachusetts, voted to prohibit police officers from arresting illegal aliens if they are caught operating a vehicle without a license.
As we stand on the threshold of the 2020 election cycle, we have another opportunity for change. Shall we make or break the state this time?
It’s about to get real for America’s sanctuary cities that refuse to cooperate with federal immigration enforcement. The Trump administration is deploying 100 tactical Border Patrol officers to help ICE officials take illegal immigrants in those cities into custody.
As New Hampshire faces declining highway funds stemming from a decrease in gas tax revenue, lawmakers have been considering higher vehicle registration fees to offset the losses.
Democratic 2020 candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders again tried to dismiss questions about his physical fitness for office during Wednesday night’s presidential debate, but the issue isn’t likely to go away anytime soon.
In the 17th episode of “Travels With Charlie — Vermont Politics in Real Life,” host Charlie Papillo discusses the urban versus rural divide in Vermont with state Sen. Tim Ashe and conservative advocate Meg Hansen — both candidates for lieutenant governor.
A national commercial cannabis group with funding ties to politically progressive billionaire financier George Soros and other wealthy activists on Tuesday announced a poll claiming 76% of Vermonters support commercial cannabis.