Many Vermonters have spoken up supporting an ethics commission, but their elected legislators are waffling.
School district mergers are moving forward at a brisk pace under the law, but the new chair of the Senate Education Committee says school mergers won’t follow unless that’s what local voters want.
Governor Phil Scott will give his first budget address on Tuesday, January 24th at 2:00 PM. Live video provided by Vermont PBS.
Political and business leaders said the decision puts the online retail giant and small businesses on a level playing field.
A working group the Legislature convened says the state needs to do far more to monitor the use of chemicals so it can protect residents.
While the group Vermont Alimony Reform has lobbied for an overhaul of the state’s statute, a Supreme Court committee recommends smaller changes that don’t tie judges’ hands.
The key to our democracy is the public’s access to open and transparent government.
Sen. Dick Sears said he found it alarming that teachers charged with sexual misconduct could move from school to another.
Recently a constituent said she couldn’t understand why I was against universal background checks for gun transfers.
Sen. Philip Baruth wants to continue gathering ideas before crafting legislation. The panel has received one lawmaker’s proposal and input from the Vermont School Boards Association.
The Senate Committee on Economic Development and the House Committee on Commerce and Economic Development will take public testimony on a major element of Gov. Phil Scott’s government restructuring plan. The committees will hold a hearing on whether the Department of Labor and Agency of Commerce and Community Development should be merged into a new […]
The debate over an ethics commission rightly comes down to appearances.
The decreased revenue projections are driven by underperformance of corporate income tax.