His reasoning was sound, citing the cost and complexity of the proposal, which aimed to substantially expand the number of beverage containers subject to the 5- and 15-cent deposit requirements.
As the federal Emergency Rental Housing Program ends Friday, House Bill 171 was signed by Republican Gov. Phil Scott early Thursday morning. The bill is designed to assist residents experiencing homelessness to find permanent homes amid the state’s housing crunch.
The Vermont Legislature has given cybersecurity oversight of state government and private sector to a newly created board led by the secretary of an underperforming state agency in leadership transition.
The Supreme Court struck down President Joe Biden’s student loan “forgiveness” plan Friday. The nation’s highest court heard arguments in February in two cases: Biden v. Nebraska and Department of Education v. Brown.
It has been a lot of fun being “The Other Side of Vermont’s News” these many years.
Vermont, according to the report, came in fifth and has a strong per capita charging infrastructure deployment and light-duty and heavy-duty EV registrations. The state scored 12 points on planning and goals; 14 points for incentives; 5.5 points for system efficiency; 7 points for grid optimization; 18.5 points for outcomes for an overall score of 57.
The Supreme Court ruled Thursday to block affirmative action in two closely watched lawsuits against Harvard and the University of North Carolina (UNC).
Government unions could have used the Janus ruling to reinvigorate their mission as public employees’ advocates, but instead they have chosen to pursue political power that corrupts the democratic process and weakens taxpayers’ voices.
The Vermont Federation of Sportsmen’s Clubs plans to sue the state of Vermont over the recently passed bill H.230, specifically the 72-hour waiting period.
The most encouraging part of the evening was seeing three individuals from the concurring Pride Joy protest among the 105 in attendance, taking in Walt’s presentation.
The survey highlights mounting frustrations that Californians are feeling over their state’s policies related to escalating living costs, rising crime, increased political polarization, and parental rights concerns.
Unfortunately, a majority of the Supreme Court in a 6-3 decision Tuesday by Chief Justice John Roberts failed to prevent a liberal state court’s interference with the authority of a state legislature under the U.S. Constitution to set the rules and draw the maps for federal elections.