It’s almost impossible for a voter to do their homework if they don’t wait until the end of the process to cast their ballot.
The court could, but won‘t, agree with the district court and toss the entire law out as unconstitutional. The court could, but won’t, overturn the five-justice majority of 2012 and sustain the individual mandate as an extension of the commerce power.
But Americans in all 50 states have begun to lose faith that our elections give everyone a fair shot at winning. Vermont’s elections cannot be just “good enough” to pass legal muster.
With the pandemic disruption, there will likely be no sugar daddy to keep alive this system as now organized.
The protest, organized on Facebook, is scheduled to take place Wednesday in Montpelier.
The emerging story of the 2020 Legislature is a contest with Republican Gov. Phil Scott over three measures that climate change activists believe are vital.
The Global Warming Solutions Act is, if possible, even worse than TCI both in its effect and its insidiousness.
We analyzed 30 Vermont towns for their fiscal year 2018. Only four are in excellent fiscal health, 16 meet a minimum of fiscal strength, while 11 are in poor fiscal condition.
Whether California’s spending levels and expectations can be maintained during the next recession is a question that its legislators aren’t keen on addressing.
To put it bluntly, this is civil disobedience. Disruption. Law breaking.
Vermont’s high minimum wage, universal pre-k program, green energy policies, etc. did not keep these young people here.
As it has for 231 years, Vermont’s motto reminds us that good government measures the good of the individual against the good of us all.
Apart from not understanding the environmental harm being caused by plastic is the distorted civics lesson that Rob Roper is attempting to propagate.
It’s time to see if Big Solar can survive, weaned off the government dole.