Lt. Gov. David Zuckerman and former education Secretary Rebecca Holcombe trail the incumbent Republican in all major categories in the latest VPR-Vermont PBS poll.
The governor has recently taken a more aggressive line on climate issues, but real action is limited by his resistance to new taxes or fees. ‘Let’s live within our means,’ he said last week.
Scott’s plan favors larger employers over the smaller employers that we in rural areas rely on.
If the government, nonprofit and business sectors worked together, a lot of progress could be made.
‘I believe this legislation would end up hurting the very people it aims to help,’ Scott wrote in a veto message delivered to lawmakers Monday evening.
Cutting Reach Up funding is a step in the wrong direction, and it’s really at odds with other messages in the governor’s budget address.
Gov. Phil Scott proposed bookmarking $1.5 million in the state capital bill for redevelopment in the city, which would be used to address concerns from court officials about their facilities.
Gov. Phil Scott stopped short of saying that the Senate should have convicted Trump.
If Scott is serious about cutting down on the use of traveling nurses he would do well to consider pushing a bill that would ban mandatory overtime.
Democrats failed by a razor-thin margin to override Gov. Phil Scott’s veto of a paid family leave program on Wednesday, in a major loss for the party.
The action, which means the measure should see a floor vote in the coming weeks, represents a significant step toward a cannabis marketplace in 2022.
The governor made a narrow statement about savings from the state’s health care reform efforts. Without additional context, the statement was misleading.
Gov. Phil Scott, to his credit, no longer talks about cost savings. Instead, he talks of making government work more effectively with the same resources.
Economic growth should not come at the cost of paying workers less than the state’s livable wage.