VTDigger regularly publishes stories about Vermont politics. We cover state elections, the Vermont Legislature, the governor’s office, state agencies and major political parties. Jasper Craven covers politics for VTDigger. He can be reached at [email protected]
It is due to recommend whether Republican Bob Frenier should keep the Orange-1 seat that Susan Hatch Davis, a Progressive, held for five terms and wants back. But the House doesn’t have to follow the advice.
After marching through town, hundreds gathered to hear women talk about their experiences with abortion earlier in life.
Thousands came to demonstrate against newly installed President Donald Trump, who has made derisive remarks about women.
Among the hordes of D.C. marchers on Saturday were hundreds of Vermonters who traveled by air, land and rail in their pilgrimages to the national’s capital.
Traffic around the event caused three exits on Interstate 89 to temporarily close.
A contingent of Vermont Republicans descended on the nation’s capital for the swearing in of Donald J. Trump as president.
The executive director of the Vermont Democratic Party said the party needs to become “an activist party again.”
Author and attorney Michael Palmer testified that an ethics commission and codes of conduct could prevent hundreds of millions in losses for the state of Vermont.
Vermont’s senior senator has asked Trump’s pick for attorney general to answer 37 written follow-up questions before Leahy decides whether he will support the nomination.
The debate over an ethics commission rightly comes down to appearances.
Price has proposed draconian cuts to entitlement programs, including reductions over a 10-year period of $449 billion to Medicaid and more than $1 trillion to Medicare.
All three members of Vermont’s congressional delegation will attend Trump’s inauguration Friday. Hundreds of Vermonters are expected to protest on Saturday.
Vermont is one step closer to reviving Amtrak train service between Burlington and Montreal.