Good intentions, bad results
A new law allows cash-strapped districts to send students to private religious schools.
Anyone 16 or older and identifying as BIPOC can get a vaccine in Vermont now. Whites under the age of 50 will have to wait a little longer.
One dynamic that works in favor of both Trump and Sanders is that voters discount their extreme stances, figuring that they just represent opening offers that will eventually be watered down in compromises with powerful interest groups and with establishment lawmakers.
The proposal is parodying, not endorsing, the nanny state.
Green Angel CBD had the proper documentation for their shipment, but that didn't stop the New York cops.
Friday A/V Club: Back in the '80s, Bernie Sanders had a public-access TV show. The archives are now online.
The estate tax is a form of double taxation.
The agency admits that its new bioengineered food regs are "not expected to have any benefits to human health or the environment."
Vermont Man Barred From Building on His Own Property Flips Off Government With Giant Middle Finger Statue
And there's nothing the town can do to stop him.
High School Journalists Fight for Their 1st Amendment Right to Report on Their School's Administration
Student journalists at a Vermont high school had a damning article censored by their interim principal.
Like so many other states, age laws in Vermont are showing themselves to be disproportionate.
The ninth state to legalize recreational pot
Chittenden County State's Attorney Sarah George will no longer prosecute misdemeanor buprenorphine cases.
Today the governor signed a bill that eliminates penalties for possession and home cultivation.
The governor has indicated he will sign a bill approved today.
Vermont is close to becoming the first state in the country to legalize marijuana via legislation instead of relying on a referendum.
Vermont's U.S. Attorney Says Safe Injection Sites Encourage Illegal Drug Use. The Research Says She's Wrong.
Is U.S. Attorney Christina E. Nolan intimidating Vermont legislators who want to keep their constituents alive?
Aetna CEO Says We Need to Have a Conversation About Single Payer. We've Been Having It For A Long Time.
And it always ends the same way. Here's the political and economic reasons why America won't be converting to a single-payer health care system anytime soon.
Bill now heads to Gov. Phil Scott.
Hmm. I wonder what other comparisons might one make?
"Acknowledging the uncertainty we are all feeling with regard to the changes in the political situation in the United States."
Preempts labeling requirements in Vermont and other states
Unless a Federal Court Acts Fast, Vermont's GMO Labeling Law Will Wreak Havoc on the Nation's Food Supply Next Week
It's set to take effect next week and will cost food companies for no good reason.
One of baseball's weirdest players ever wants to be chief executive of America's crunchiest state.
Vermont joins Maryland in extending the "free birth control" mandate to cover vasectomies.
She says Vermont "has the highest per capita number" of New York crime guns bought in other states.
Just another stupid regulatory cost with no discernible benefits to people
Sanders is basically enabling an unscientific disinformation campaign.
Seven states could legalize marijuana for recreational use this year.
The democratic socialist has a history of defending very undemocratic socialism.
A mother was banned from her child's school based on one frustrated comment.
The presidential contender overcomes tone-deafness and a lack of rhythm in Vermont's answer to "We Are the World."
What Sanders' third-party home had to say about guns in 1972
Legislators and judge fall for anti-biotech disinformation campaign