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MONTPELIER — The most widely-used class of pesticides in the country may be banned for home use in Vermont, if a bill aimed at protecting the state's pollinators becomes law.The bill, H.688, … more
WASHINGTON — Gov. Phil Scott and members of his administration encouraged lawmakers in Congress Tuesday to consider expanding Medicare to cover opioid addiction services.Scott and Human … more
The Tax Department announced a plan Friday to reduce the state tax burden on Vermonters who will be adversely impacted by a change in the federal tax law.The plan would return an estimated $30 … more
MONTPELIER — Gov. Phil Scott has long opposed a carbon tax. But now he's made it clear he doesn't even want to study the idea.The Climate Action Commission, formed by the governor last year, … more
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump's job-approval rating in Vermont is the lowest of any of the 50 states, according a Gallup poll released Tuesday.In his first year in office, Trump's job … more
MONTPELIER — Proposed updated rules for state courts in Vermont call for a registration system for members of the media and would prohibit others from taking or transmitting video or photos in … more
WASHINGTON — Throughout his first State of the Union address Tuesday night, President Donald Trump called for unity on policy proposals ranging from infrastructure development to immigration … more
A House panel is drafting an education finance bill that would lower the property tax and implement a new income tax to support the state's schools.The income tax would be based on adjusted gross … more
VERNON — The current and prospective owners of Vermont Yankee are pushing for a quick settlement with state regulators who are reviewing the idled nuclear plant's potential sale. But there's no … more
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