Skyrocketing unemployment claims show that nearly 15,000 Vermonters have already lost their jobs due to the coronavirus outbreak. What happens next for those workers — and for the state’s economy?
Vermont’s senior senator said Democrats are working to ensure the trillion-dollar GOP plan doesn’t bail out corporations at the expense of everyday Americans.
Dr. Joshua White, the chief medical officer at Gifford Medical Center in Randolph, says the COVID-19 outbreak may become even wider than many Vermonters are expecting. But that’s still not a reason to panic about its potential effects.
The list of possible candidates is already long: Carina Driscoll, Brian Pine, Gene Bergman, John Franco, Ali Dieng and Max Tracy are all considering a run.
While support for a “Vermont Green New Deal” appears to be waning, other proposals comprise a substantial climate agenda in the Statehouse this year.
On this week’s podcast, civil liberties advocates and law enforcement officials discuss the rising number of fatal police encounters — and what might be done to curb the trend.
Some voters are wondering not only whether the Vermont senator will make it onto the presidential ballot — but what the general election will look like if he does.
On this week’s podcast, former longtime Sanders adviser Phil Fiermonte remembers joining forces with the young mayoral candidate.
On this week’s podcast, Woodside employees describe how they see the facility’s future, while the Scott administration makes its case for closure.
The path forward for a key piece of legislation largely depends on winning the support of lawmakers who say it doesn’t go far enough.