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From Vermont's inception, freedom and unity have spurred innovation. John Deere invented the tractor. Ben and Jerry created world-class ice cream. Environmental leaders like George Perkins Marsh … more
Monday's U.S. Supreme Court decision striking down a federal law banning sports betting everywhere but Nevada opens the floodgates for states to make their own decisions about whether to allow … more
Commodities tariffs, when imposed properly and judiciously, can be a potent weapon for enforcing trade policy and fairness. However, the slightest shift of breeze could turn it against its users. … more
Democrats hoping to make health care a centerpiece of midterm election campaigns just got a gift from the Trump administration. Not only has the Justice Department declined to defend the Affordable … more
Gov. Phil Scott may have blinked first on Monday night by deciding to let a budget that raised non-residential property tax rates become law. But he did so in recognition that the avoidable and … more
Scott Pruitt, who as attorney general of Oklahoma sued the Environmental Protection Agency 14 times and described himself as "a leading advocate against the EPA's 'activist agenda,'" is now its … more
It's long been clear that Donald Trump's family foundation, the Trump Foundation, is not a generous and ethical charity, but just another of his grifts. He branded it the way he brands his buildings, … 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
We were pleased to learn Friday that U.S. Rep. Peter Welch, D-Vermont, will be traveling to Texas this weekend to see for himself the unspeakable cruelty that is being inflicted on Mexican children … 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
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