While there are a number of exemptions in Vermont’s transparency laws, I profoundly disagree with Rep. Donahue’s stance that this communication is or should be exempt.
Two public policies I saw implemented while living in the nation’s capital are being considered by the Vermont General Assembly: a ban on the use of handheld devices in cars and a tax on grocery bags.
A 2013 study found that 67 percent of all consumer and business transactions were conducted by plastic and that number is only increasing. So why have Vermont’s small businesses failed to adapt?
The time is right for licensed dental practitioners in Vermont. Our dentist workforce is the oldest in the country. Recruiting new dentists alone won’t solve the problem.
In 40-plus years as a CPA, I have witnessed dozens of tax reforms. … that have only made the U.S. tax code more complicated, burdensome and in many code sections, inequitable.
If you try to add security as an afterthought, as the Obamacare’s system designers are trying to do, experts agree: it’s a hacker’s paradise.
What causes a species to experience a surge in population? Trudging through the sugarbush fixing squirrel chews has given me time to think about this.
The economics of payroll funded single payer in a small state.
A call to action to join the Women’s March For Dignity on Saturday in Montpelier in support of workers rights, including minimum wage and needs-based budgeting.
A look backward into the history of agriculture in our state might give us some clues as to how we have gotten ourselves into this mess.
The fight over the Vermont Yankee plant continues to illustrate the vast gulf between the goals of most people and a handful of diehard anti-nuclear opponents.
The Internet is being used as a vehicle for renting property and there is a huge opportunity for fraud and abuse.
Board governance and schools size are not the key players in the drama of exploding costs.