Budget management is not the economists’ responsibility, it’s the governor’s.
As a fourth generation business owner employing 65 Vermonters, I am concerned that the beverage tax will result in higher costs for my customers and more barriers that hurt small businesses.
Vermont, one of the poorest states in the U.S. with a fragile economy, cannot afford to turn over a major part of its economy to expensive renewable energy production.
Cannabis is a blessing, not a curse, and the law ought to start recognizing that fact.
Today’s educational leaders are vacating the bully lectern — even on issues related to their own campuses.
One of my favorite recollections of sugaring in Vermont is the tradition of annual maple meetings held in the cold days of January.
With no ability to print money to cover looming deficits, no realistic prospect of “stimulus” payments from Washington, and little or no prospect for increasing the tax burden, it is now crunch time in Montpelier.
Water fluoridation is one of the most effective choices communities can make to prevent health problems and improve the oral health of all residents.
The study shows that there is enough renewable energy available in our region to allow Vermont to shift almost entirely away from fossil fuels, and to meet the current state goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
In 2002, I moved my business and my family to Vermont. Since we arrived, the business has grown every year, so our adopted state has been a great place to own and run a business.
Recent events in Montpelier cause me to shift my attention to the competence of this administration.
It’s hard to describe the level of generosity and graciousness that flowed from this man.
Health care has to change for the sake of our patients and our economy.