Liquor Control Commissioner Patrick Delaney should have thought before disparaging a product that’s more American than apple pie.
Problem officers can continue to work in law enforcement after on-the-job misconduct.
A sure sign of spring in the Statehouse Friday: Vermont Senate committees are shutting down for the year. It’s also a sign that adjournment is not far off. Every year, committees that meet in the morning, which includes policy-focused committees like Judiciary and Agriculture, top holding meetings every year several weeks before the Legislature adjourns. […]
The Senate budget writing committee plans to finalize a spending plan within the next ten days.
The order would have merged the Lottery Commission with the Department of Liquor Control.
The online pollster gave Republican Gov. Phil Scott Scott a 68 percent rating among Vermonters.
Since the 2010 Citizens United case, reform efforts have “come down to disclosure and transparency,” Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos said.
Jim Harrison was sworn in Tuesday to replace Job Tate, a Mendon Republican who stepped down last week. Harrison ran the Vermont Retail and Grocers’ Association until the end of last year.
The party was quick to put forward a candidate in Ward 7 as part of an expected push to increase the GOP profile in the city.
Friday was the last day under the golden dome for Rep. Job Tate, R-Mendon. The second term Republican stepped down effective midnight on Friday ahead of a pending deployment overseas with the U.S. Navy. In a letter of resignation to House Speaker Mitzi Johnson, D-South Hero, Tate wrote that serving in the House has been […]
If the legislative session ends a week early, on May 6, that money could be carried over to the next fiscal year and used to pay for a special session in October.
Secretary of State Jim Condos and Attorney General TJ Donovan have announced a slate of public meetings of the Joint Committee on Campaign Finance Education, Compliance and Reform. The meetings will be Tuesday at the Bennington Firehouse; April 25 at the St. Johnsbury Athenaeum on Main Street; May 9 at Hartford Town Hall in White […]
Vermont’s three D.C. representatives stopped short of applauding Trump’s military actions, but projected a sense of understanding for their justification. There was, however, an urging of restraint and caution by the president from the delegation.
Sens. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., and Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., both joined the filibuster of Gorsuch.