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VERMONT LEGISLATURE

In his first term as a Vermont legislator, Randall Szott cast a pivotal vote that will go down in state history. (Or at least in Statehouse annals....

Chances are better than ever now that Vermont will raise its smoking age from 18 to 21 this summer. The state Senate gave its OK on Friday and the...

Column: When does human life begin?    

2/25/19

There is a lot of discussion now concerning Vermont’s attempt to recognize the freedom of reproductive choice as a fundamental right. As a...

Hidden in low-lying woods at the end of an unmarked road, the Woodside Juvenile Rehabilitation Center in Colchester has been Vermont’s dark secret...

Republican Takes On Progressive Incumbent

10/26/18

Bethel — Republican Robert McFadden, of Stockbridge, and state Rep. Sandy Haas, P-Rochester, both grew up and were educated far from Vermont but...

Democrats Fight for 2 Windsor Seats

7/28/18

Windsor — The two Democratic incumbents representing Windsor, Hartland and West Windsor in the Vermont House are facing a rare primary challenge...

Montpelier — A resolution opposing the NewVistas vision for a large planned community in the White River Valley passed in the Vermont House of...

Hartford Village — Bethel Democrat Dick McCormack has long been a voice for that town in the Vermont Legislature. This week, he’ll demonstrate his...

Hartland — An overhaul of Vermont laws on what, exactly, constitutes inhumane living conditions for dogs and cats living in cages has led to a...

When Earle Rogers Jr. landed in prison in 2007, he tested at a second-grade reading level.In a way, that’s not all that surprising. Nationally...

Republicans and Democrats in Vermont’s Statehouse are in sharp disagreement over a decision to perform an unusual legislative recount of the...

Young Legislators Have Big Plans for Vermont

2/13/17

Montpelier — A month into Vermont’s 2017 legislative session, lawmakers are still getting to know the newbies, including two very junior...

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