I am hoping Republicans show their response to his failure by not voting for him yet again. If we don’t send a strong message then it will show that the VT GOP stands for nothing.
“I’m a big proponent of EVs,” Gov. Phil Scott answered. “I do believe we have to wean ourselves off internal combustion vehicles as soon as possible.”
In an appearance on “The Morning Drive” radio program Wednesday, Gov. Phil Scott addressed a series of topics ranging from rising crime and homelessness to the results of last week’s primary election.
“The CHIPS and Science Act is good for our country and good for the state of Vermont. We have a growing technology hub in the state and as we look to grow our economy, we need to retain the companies we have, and recruit new ones to expand here.”
Gov. Phil Scott held his regular media briefing this week at Shat Acres Highland Cattle, where he discussed challenges in the agriculture sector and declared August “Agritourism” Month in Vermont.
He has been such an impediment to the GOP, but people couldn’t see that. Of course he couldn’t champion conservative values and ideas, being a progressive.
Gov. Phil Scott focused his weekly presser on economic development initiatives, this time from inside the Paramount Theater in Rutland, which received over a third of a million dollars in financial support.
The funding will support six projects throughout Vermont, including three mixed income housing developments, planning for Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) accessibility improvements and the revitalization of community facilities.
Vermont voters will decide in November whether women will maintain the right to retain their body autonomy when it comes to reproductive rights, Gov. Phil Scott said.
Susanne Young, a 40-year veteran of public service, was sworn in Tuesday as Vermont’s new attorney general, to the chagrin of multiple groups aligned with the Democratic Party.
“I know many Vermonters like me are deeply disappointed following today’s decision by the Supreme Court, as this decision rolls back a federal right that women have had for decades. It’s Important to note, a woman’s right to choose is a principle we will uphold in Vermont.”
At his June 14 press conference, Phil Scott got about as angry as the low-key governor ever gets in public. He’s teed off that more people aren’t watching the live, televised hearing of the U.S. House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.