The Republican former lieutenant governor said Thursday he was weighing all the options on whether he would seek to return to the Statehouse as a senator or representative.
At a news conference Thursday, approximately 30 Republican legislators will also officially endorse Sen. Marco Rubio for president in the Vermont primary.
In order to evaluate any proposed project we need to focus on the facts and the benefits and impacts of this proposed project.
Brian Dubie has been a consistent critic of Swanton Wind’s proposal to bring stably priced, locally produced, zero-emission power to our region. He has also been consistently wrong about many key details.
As a pilot with 39 years of accident-free flying in commercial, military and light aircraft, I feel well-qualified to state that placing 500-foot-tall obstacles on top of a ridgeline within 10 miles of an airport is a bad idea.
Former Lt. Gov. Brian Dubie and Guy Rouelle, the head of aviation for the state, coordinated efforts and enlisted the aid of aeronautics industry advocacy groups, FAA officials, Vermont’s Army and Air National Guard officers to fight the project.
Former Lt. Gov. Brian Dubie is raising questions whether a proposed wind project would affect airline safety.
Some people will say wind turbines are not that noisy. Well, that depends on how far from the turbines and how many turbines there are.
As the towers grew ever larger, to catch more wind, my attitude began to change.
The totals in last Tuesday’s gubernatorial election were made official Wednesday; Gov. Shumlin finished first with 2,434 votes more than Scott Milne. The Republican candidate declined to seek a recount, but didn’t concede the race. He is still considering an appeal to the Legislature, which will formally elect the next governor since no candidate won a majority of the vote.
Vermont Chamber of Commerce event looks to organize Vermont’s 250 links in the aerospace supply chain to help them compete in an increasingly global market.
Today’s case is an appeal of a summary judgment decision of the trial court, which found that, even without saying the “magic words,” appellant opened the door to Political Action Committee-land, and thus, violated a number of provisions of the Vermont campaign finance laws during the 2010 election.
Another piece of political flotsam leftover from the 2010 gubernatorial race between Democrat Peter Shumlin and Republican Brian Dubie has been resolved. The tight race spawned thousands of dollars worth of ads funded by political action committees, some of which ran afoul of several of the state’s campaign finance laws. Attorney General Bill Sorrell announced […]
Today the Vermont Supreme Court issued a decision upholding the State’s enforcement of Vermont’s campaign finance law against Green Mountain Future (“GMF”), an advocacy organization primarily funded by the Democratic Governors Association. The Court affirmed the lower court’s findings that GMF committed campaign finance law violations during the 2010 gubernatorial race. Specifically, GMF violated the […]