The Republican governors of Massachusetts and Maryland joined Scott on a Zoom call Thursday to drum up support for Vermont’s GOP governor ahead of the general election.
In 2019, Alyssa Black was a prominent advocate for a policy to establish a waiting period for handgun purchases. Now she hopes to unseat an incumbent House Republican.
Jo Sabel Courtney is trying to unseat Rep. Heidi Scheuermann in one of the most competitive legislative races in 2020.
With less than three weeks until the November general election, Lt. Gov. David Zuckerman leads Gov. Phil Scott in fundraising, while Molly Gray leads Scott Milne.
State and local officials say that if Vermont voters haven’t received mail-in ballots, they can still request them from town or city clerks.
A super PAC promoting Molly Gray criticizes Scott Milne for being backed by an organization funded by corporate tobacco, the NRA and Trump donors.
The Republican chief executive says there are times when he’s the “only thing” preventing the Democratic majority from “continuing to increase the unaffordability of Vermont.”
Over the next few years, state officials will stand up a regulated statewide market for marijuana, and issue licenses for marijuana cultivators and dispensaries.
About 100 protesters gathered Thursday evening in Lakeside Park in the South End neighborhood where Councilor Joan Shannon lives, seeking a change to the city charter to allow it more flexibility to fire police officers.
Under the law, recreational cannabis dispensaries can open up in Vermont as soon as October 2022.