Not all so-called solar energy deals being offered locally are the same, and more and more of them, through complex contractual terms, do not actually sell the solar energy to the customer whose electrical account is used to support the transaction.
The sordid history of women murdered by armed men violating restraining orders hasn’t taught us anything? Or do we just not care?
The Agency of Education and the Legislature have utterly failed struggling communities for a long time, providing no leadership, effective supports or appropriate incentives to align interests and better serve students and taxpayers.
The Farm to Plate initiative is designed to boost the food and farm economy in Vermont.
Senate Bill 239 asks the Department of Health to identify toxic chemicals of “high concern,” and require makers of products containing these hazards to seek safer alternatives or a waiver.
If we’re serious about making systemic change in Vermont education, mandates aren’t the answer. What we need is an authentic, heart-to-heart conversation.
Microbrews flow from microbreweries whose size insures quality but limits capacity, infusing a reverence once reserved for fine French wines.
The American Legislative Exchange Council provides a forum where legislators, business leaders and policy experts can come together to share ideas about state policy from a limited government, free market perspective.
The Legislature is raising the two school property tax rates, and trying to find some new brake shoes to slow down local spenders without hammering them over the head with state spending restraint mandates.