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The ballots from the six Orange-1 District towns could take until Thursday to tally.
David Allaire, who lost to Mayor Louras twice, along with Michael Coppinger and Kam Johnston, are seeking to win the mayor’s office.
Controversy over the program inspired several to run. Seventeen candidates are vying for six seats at March Town Meeting.
Via Twitter, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., pounced on President Donald Trump’s ongoing assault on the media. In a campaign style rally Saturday in Florida, Trump said “fake news” outlets are the “enemy of the people” and said he would not allow the media “get away with lying.” The president tweeted the message and pointed to […]
Small startups have a better chance of surviving and prospering in Vermont than in most other states.
The governor says the state has an obligation to help refugees.
The Vermont senator has asked that Trump’s Attorney General recuse himself from a Justice Department investigation.
Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., and Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., voted against the nomination of Scott Pruitt to head the Environmental Protection Agency. The Senate approved Pruitt for the post in a 52 to 46 vote. He is the 14th agency nominee proposed by President Donald Trump who has been confirmed by the Senate. Find a […]
The bill is expected to be on the Senate floor next week. It would require approval by the governor for state and local police to participate in federal immigration raids and ban formation of registries based on religion.
The governor said he is confident the North American Free Trade Agreement would remain largely unchanged.
Rep. Bob Frenier, whose seat is at stake, said he would have preferred a roll call vote on the rules “so the people who voted for this could be interrogated at town meeting.”
State businesses sell $5 billion worth of goods in Quebec each year; the province is Vermont’s largest trading partner.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services demanded answers from the state about oversight of the Jay Peak projects.