Following the U.S. Supreme Court’s momentous decision striking down Roe v. Wade on Friday, two of Vermont’s government attorneys have joined 83 colleagues from 29 states in declaring they will not prosecute individuals who provide, support or seek abortions.
Karlyn Borysenko, a writer, psychologist and YouTube show host, is on a mission to shine a light on woke “grooming” in public schools, which she says has come to the Green Mountain State by way of the Burlington School District.
Congressional candidate Becca Balint announced on Monday that she caught COVID even after receiving vaccination and two booster shots. The positive test result came just days after she attended a White House Pride event last Wednesday.
Former United States Attorney Christina Nolan has received endorsements from two police associations as Vermont’s largest city continues to see shootings on a regular basis.
Democrat and Republican candidates for lieutenant governor faced off in a debate last week in hopes of differentiating themselves in the race to replace Lt. Gov. Molly Gray, the state’s 83rd office holder.
A new experiment in legalizing hard drugs is getting disturbing results in Oregon, and so far Vermont’s governor has prevented the experiment from making its way to the Green Mountain State.
During his weekly press conference Tuesday, Gov. Phil Scott called on Vermonters to work to undo the harms caused by the social and economic shut down he imposed following the onset of COVID-19 in 2020.
The overworked and understaffed Burlington Police Department luckily didn’t see any new shootings this weekend, but police did have to track down stolen vehicles Thursday evening.
Local candidates have received a slew of big endorsements in recent weeks, including ones from former Vermont Govs. Jim Douglas and Howard Dean, and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee.
On the Statehouse steps Friday, conservative-leaning candidates running for office in Vermont called for school safety instead of gun control in the wake of recent mass shootings.
Appearing on “The Morning Drive” radio show with Kurt Wright and Anthony Neri on Wednesday, former United States Attorney Christina Nolan, a candidate for U.S. Senate, blasted her opponent Peter Welch for being soft on crime.
Acting Burlington Police Chief Jon Murad has warned of an uptick in the most serious types of crimes that police deal with, yet the force is struggling to keep up with the activity, with just 23 officers available to patrol the city.