The state lacks public drinking water standards for cyanotoxins, and monitoring of recreational waters is voluntary.
Former gubernatorial candidate James Ehlers has brought a class action suit against the Vermont ice cream maker and its parent company.
Vermont won’t likely be a site for nuclear weapons — but activists say housing nuclear-capable fighter jets makes Burlington a target either way.
Gov. Phil Scott proposes closing hatchery but critics say it could devastate fishing industry.
Vermont’s Bill of Rights protects everything but the environment. It is deficient in that respect.
Voters who want to make history with a victory by the Democratic nominee could be outnumbered by those who want a governor who knows how to do the job.
Democratic gubernatorial primary winner Christine Hallquist garnered over 40 percent of the vote. Challengers James Ehlers and Brenda Siegel followed with about 18 percent each, and Ethan Sonneborn had about 7 percent.
After rather unremarkable campaigns, Democrats delivered a decisive win for Christine Hallquist and Republicans made Phil Scott look vulnerable.
The Windsor County town, whose gubernatorial ballot totals have matched statewide results in 21 of the last 22 general elections, drew primary voters seeking political harmony.
The governor, an ardent backer of the fighter jets scheduled to arrive next year, traveled on a military aircraft to meet with the Air Force secretary.
News Release — James Ehlers for Vermotn August 3, 2018 Contact: Communications Director, Sarah Anders [email protected] 617.279.3964 Winooski, VT — James Ehlers proudly announced his signature onto a historic nuclear-free future candidate pledge from NuclearBan.US, a partner of ICAN today. In so doing, he committed himself to fight for a world without nuclear weapons. The […]
News Release — James Ehlers July 25, 2018 CONTACT: Geoffrey Gardner [email protected] 802.222.3460 Sarah Anders (Ehlers) [email protected] 617.279.3964 Winooski, VT — James Ehlers became the first candidate in the Vermont governor’s race to sign on to the “no new fossil fuels” pledge from the Upper Valley Affinity Group, a grassroots climate justice activist organization. Ehlers […]
The four Democratic candidates talked about funding mechanisms for Lake Champlain cleanup. Republican Gov. Phil Scott and Keith Stern both declined to participate in the “nonpartisan” Sierra Club debate.
In what many see as a gimme primary for the governor, a national PAC is helping spread his message to Vermonters online.