The Judiciary Committee of the Vermont House of Representatives next year is expected to take up a criminal justice data collection bill, a senior legislator told a systemic racism activist at a public hearing Friday.
Bill Weld — the man who would beat Trump — sees Vermont as perhaps his second best chance to win a state in the 2020 Republican presidential primary, after his home state of Massachusetts. He’s also passionately in support of a national carbon tax and impeaching President Donald Trump.
In the justification of its existence, the State Board of Education isn’t getting much support from the Agency of Education. On Wednesday an AOE spokesperson told the Commission in effect that AOE could manage SBE’s workload.
Is it true the membership of the VPIRG board of directors shows a close affiliation with renewable energy industry and environmental special interests?
If the multi-state, regional Transportation & Climate Initiative takes effect, and if Vermonters pay the 36 cents per gallon that Californians will pay under their similar “cap and trade” program, Vermont drivers could pay an extra $137 million per year.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Vermont said Tuesday the Legislature could cut Vermont’s prison population in half if it will decriminalize the sex trade, drug possession, writing bad checks and trespassing.
Vermont Right to Life is calling out Vermont Attorney General TJ Donovan for being the guest of honor at a Planned Parenthood Political Action Committee fundraiser in Burlington on Thursday night.
The common practice of advertising and providing “men’s haircuts” at a different price than “women’s haircuts” will violate state regulations, if a rule proposed by the Vermont Secretary of State Office of Professional Regulation (OPR) is approved.
The TCI is a “stealth” carbon tax because it would raise the cost of gasoline for all Vermonters and would give climate activists in the Vermont Legislature the carbon emissions revenue they seek — all without actually having to vote on the record for a carbon tax.
In a Sept. 23 letter, Donovan and 21 other state attorneys general asked House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and several other leaders to enact the so-called “Jaime’s Law,” which would require background checks for ammunition purchases.
A proposed Vermont Medicaid regulation expanding coverage for gender-change surgery to also cover minors will receive final review at a legislative hearing Thursday.