Over the next few years, state officials will stand up a regulated statewide market for marijuana, and issue licenses for marijuana cultivators and dispensaries.
Republican Gov. Phil Scott allowed a measure that outlines when and how Vermont police are justified in using deadly force to become law without his signature Wednesday evening.
Gov. Phil Scott vetoed Act 250 reform legislation Monday, saying the bill created ‘more regulatory uncertainty, not less.’
The Northeast Kingdom lawmaker might not be hampered by his controversial comments or a missed filing deadline, but his decision to run as an independent in a five-way race complicates his path.
Grassroots efforts to protect endangered species result in a bill against the trade of covered animal parts
The urgency to mitigate climate change in Vermont demands a more comprehensive effort by the governor and the legislators
A bill sent to the governor establishes a panel that will propose policies for regulating the diversion of water from Vermont’s rivers and streams.
The Legislature finished its special session sending the budget bill to the governor, along with bills on Act 250 and police reform.
The House and Senate adjourned Friday, sending a state budget bill, police reforms, and a modest land use law reform to Gov. Phil Scott’s desk.
I would have been proud to be the one who got an advertising ban into the bill. But the loss is more than personal. I think it is a loss to the public good of Vermonters.