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Rationality has been in short supply during any debate over gun issues, whether at the Statehouse in Montpelier or in communities of every size or demographic makeup throughout Vermont.But perhaps … more
Earlier this week, State Senate President Pro Tem Tim Ashe sent Gov. Phil Scott a politely worded but fairly scathing rebuke of Scott's announced intention to veto the budget and tax bill approved by … more
Bill Cosby was convicted of sexual assault on Thursday, more than 50 years after Kristina Ruehli says Cosby sexually assaulted her after giving her drinks that made her pass out; more than 40 years … more
Opponents of the Bennington ballot referendum seeking a switch to a mayoral form of government have raised a number of pointed questions about the proposal.Many are certainly valid concerns — … more
Lake Carmi is more than three hours north of Bennington, about as far north as you can drive and still be in Vermont. So the plight of that body of water, which was closed to the public for several … more
DACA, or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, is an Obama-era attempt to resolve a vexing problem whose continuing existence creates heartache and uncertainty for those affected, as well as a sick … more
Bit by bit, in his 17 months in office, Gov. Phil Scott has broadly hinted at the need for reducing costs in Vermont's K-12 education system. That plan became more specific this week, and while the … more
President Donald Trump went forward with planned tariffs of 25 percent for steel imports and 10 percent for aluminum Thursday, salting his announcement with extravagant rhetoric about the glories of … more
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