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51-year-old Neil Johnson of Waitsfield says the major political parties are not addressing the issues.
Ten Vermonters have joined a leadership team to campaign for the former Hewlett Packard executive in the Green Mountains.
On Monday, the EPA is expected to issue new rules allowing fuel suppliers to use larger volumes of biofuels. The percentage of ethanol in the nation’s fuel supply is expected to jump from 10 percent to 15 percent.
Sanders said he would make immigration a top priority as president and would use executive powers to grant immunity to all immigrants who have lived in the U.S. for five years or more.
Fuel your Thanksgiving dinner conversation with some of the stories that kept Vermonters talking this fall.
Democrats have five times as much cash as Republicans as they head into 2016.
It’s “shameful” for so many of his fellow governors to posture against Syrian refugees, the governor said.
Sanders picked up the endorsement of the well-known rapper in Atlanta.
Sen. Anthony Pollina said the required public meeting, held in the afternoon over the Internet, was insufficient.
The lieutenant governor candidate says it’s unfair to have to wait until February to start a campaign with public financing.
After the surgery at the beginning of November, Smith and his wife received the news any cancer patient and their family dread: that more aggressive treatment was required.
Lt. Gov. Phil Scott waffles on immigration question. Vermont likely to receive a limited number of Syrian refugees.
Prominent Democrats turn out as David Scherr announces his campaign for one of six Chittenden County Senate seats.
Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Bernie Sanders invokes FDR’s economic bill of rights in long-awaited explanation of his view of socialism.