H.283, providing the right to refuse any unwanted test, treatment or vaccine, was introduced Thursday into the Vermont House. It would specifically prevent employers and state government from requiring vaccination in exchange for jobs, travel, childcare and other benefits.
Less than 10 churches in Maine will be able to increase capacity under the new ruling, despite the large capacity of churches like the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Portland and the Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul in Lewiston.
New York state lawmakers say they want to impeach Gov. Andrew Cuomo, strip him of emergency powers, and investigate his administration as new information shows the state’s COVID-19 death toll in nursing homes is even higher than a revised estimate.
The same government that seeks to mandate electric school buses to avert climate change dispatched a fleet of diesel-fueled school buses to deliver lunches! Was that in the best interests of children?
Our biweekly briefings given by Governor Phil Scott are currently promoting vaccinations. Like it or not, the vaccines are experimental at best and have no extensive track record or long-term data to support them.
In episode No. 5 of the Ericka Redic Show, the host interviews Shawn Shouldice to learn how the pandemic and government regulation have combined to hurt small business in Vermont — and what can be done to make survival more likely.
New Hampshire lawmakers are considering a bill that would refund any fines assessed to businesses for violating mask orders imposed amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Roughly $10,000 in fines have been issued to businesses for not following the mandate.
Gov. Phil Scott has continued Vermont’s state of emergency status for another month even as a new survey shows nearly a third of the state’s businesses lost more than half of their income last year due to harsh restrictions on economic activity.
While youth winter sports have resumed in Vermont as of Friday, some things have changed if you’re a player or parent.
Vermont has the worst legislative oversight of the governor’s emergency powers in the country. If we don’t transfer more power from the governor to the Legislature during emergencies, the future could be catastrophic for Vermont democracy.
President Joe Biden’s new target for reopening schools is behind where United States schools already are in returning to in-person learning, data shows.
About $1.1 trillion in coronavirus aid, including more than $120 billion for small businesses, has still not been spent, according to a memo Republicans are circulating on Capitol Hill.