Veterans and their families have dedicated their lives to service, and it’s imperative that we ensure Vermont is a place where they can live, work and raise a family in retirement.
A majority of farmers said in a recent UVM survey that they had just enough or not enough money to scrape through at the end of each month.
Senate President Pro Tempore Becca Balint and Lt. Gov. Molly Gray both poured cold water on the proposal. Even House Speaker Jill Krowinski, who helped come up with it, said it may not pass this year.
The federal Family Act would provide Vermonters with 12 weeks of paid leave to recover from illness, care for a sick family member or recover from childbirth.
Two months into the legislative session, House Speaker Jill Krowinski and Senate President Pro Tempore Becca Balint have strengthened communications between both chambers and with Republican Gov. Phil Scott as the state deals with the Covid-19 crisis and an ailing economy.
Gov. Phil Scott will deliver his full inaugural address on television tonight at 7.
Gov. Phil Scott will deliver his third inaugural address via livestream on Thursday at 7 p.m.
What policy differences can we expect to see with a near-equal number of women at the helm?
Campaigns, political parties, and action committees have filed the first post-election finance filings, revealing how the money was spent during an unusual election period.
The governor’s overwhelming margin of victory also points up the fact that Zuckerman is not, first and foremost, a Democrat.
The 36-year-old assistant attorney general had faced repeated questions about her residency and voting record.
While Covid-19 has changed the way candidates have attempted to reach voters, it is also changing how campaigns will watch as results come in Tuesday.
When it comes to campaign cash, Lt. Gov. David Zuckerman leads Gov. Phil Scott in the gubernatorial race, while Scott Milne leads Molly Gray in the lieutenant governor’s race — with help from his own money.
The Democrat and the Republican are running neck-and-neck in Vermont’s tightest race for statewide office.