Vermont’s pension debts are much bigger than politicians have admitted. The Democrat and Progressive establishment that runs Vermont has used fake accounting to downplay the vast extent of our state’s unfunded obligations.
In the 18th episode of “Travels With Charlie — Vermont Politics in Real Life,” host Charlie Papillo discusses cell and broadband coverage with Rep. Laura Sibilia and Sen. Ann Cummings.
Climate activists in the Vermont Legislature keep trying to force even the poorest Vermonters to buy electric cars that can’t drive very far and electric heat pumps that can’t keep a house warm on a cold Vermont winter.
Prior to delivering his own comments Tuesday at the Champlain Valley Exposition in Essex Junction, 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders received full-throated support from Vermont politicians Attorney General TJ Donovan and State Treasurer Beth Pearce.
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.
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 new bill at the Statehouse will force many Vermonters to become educated about the state’s unrealistic emissions goals to keep their occupational licenses.
The five members of the Pownal Sectboard on Friday voted unanimously to approve a nonbinding resolution to declare the town a sanctuary from unconstitutional gun-control laws.
Every time you think the Democrat and Progressive supermajority isn’t arrogant enough to raise your taxes again, they do. Vermont already spends over $2 billion a year on education and more than $6 billion on health care. Tune in to see what’s coming next.
On Jan. 28, 2020, the House Committee on Energy and Technology heard testimony on H.688, the Global Warming Solutions Act.
On Jan. 28, 2020, the House Committee on Judiciary took testimony on H.808, an act relating to the use of deadly force by law enforcement.