Seventeen state lawmakers sided with Vermont’s 112,704 Trump voters this week by rejecting a resolution that urges Congress and cabinet members to remove President Donald Trump from office.
A new House bill would create a 21-member council that would make a plan for Vermont to grow the majority of its food within five years.
Burlington is down from 29,000 calls to about 23,000 due to the pandemic. But the serious crime calls are up 6 percent, Murad said.
A Vermont lawmaker says he received a threatening phone message this week demanding that he publicly condemn President Donald Trump or lose his livelihood.
The Northeast Antifa organization is looking in Brattleboro for recruits to its Vermont chapter. Their presence is the work of Northeast Antifa, as shown by the poster itself and a Northeast Antifa Instagram post.
Rep. Mary Hooper, D-Montpelier, has been named chair of the House Appropriations Committee, succeeding retired chair Kitty Toll of Danville. Also, Rep. Curt McCormack, D-Burlington, has stepped down as Transportation Committee chair.
A group of Vermonters on Wednesday witnessed the historic “Save America” rally and subsequent storming of the U.S. Capitol, as a rogue mob breached building security and forced Congress to shut down temporarily, delaying election certification until late in the evening.
Legislation introduced in the Vermont House today include bills to eliminate parental consent for age 16-18 vaccination, tax candy and sugared drinks, and allow hunters to use noise suppressors on their firearms, among other things.
Based on bills proposed, pushed, but not passed last year, Vermonters must prepare for legislative challenges to their gun, real estate, and vehicle property rights, John Klar told attendees at the FifthAmendmentFest on Tuesday.
A small group of dedicated constitutionalists in Vermont met at the Statehouse on Tuesday to speak up for the Fifth Amendment and speak out against what they see as an increasingly oppressive state government.
Krowinski did not choose to conclude her oath with “so help me God.” Lawmakers have the option of so swearing or by saying “affirm under the penalty of perjury.”