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MONTPELIER — The future of legalized recreational marijuana use in Vermont hinged Thursday on a decision by Republican Gov. Phil Scott a day after the state Legislature became the first in the country to vote to legalize it.Scott hasn't said … more
PUTNEY — The new owner of Santa's Land is staying busy preparing the Christmas-themed park on Route 5 for its August opening.David Haversat, of Oxford, Connecticut, a magician and auction house co-owner, told the Reformer he recently finalized … more
Ahead of a new contract to house Vermont prisoners with the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections, inmates, family members in Vermont and advocates in both states are raising concerns.Currently, around 270 Vermont prisoners are held in a facility … more
.WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — Vermont lawmakers are walking back one of the key deadlines under the state's universal recycling law in order to give trash haulers an extra year to begin accepting food scraps and other compostable waste.An amendment … more
With a historic vote Wednesday, the Vermont Legislature became the first in the country to send a marijuana legalization bill to its governor.The House passed the latest version of a legalization proposal on a vote of 79-66. With the House's … more
MILTON — The federal program that helps low-income people heat their homes in the winter and, in some areas, cool them in the summer has been saved from elimination in the just-passed federal budget.While that's good news for people who used … more
MONTPELIER — In the waning days of the legislative session, Vermont's efforts to legalize marijuana appeared to have stalled. But Friday afternoon, one day before legislative leaders plan to adjourn, the Senate approved a marijuana … more
The Scott administration says tax receipts fell by a whopping 10 percent in April.Personal income taxes were down by $25 million in the biggest tax collection month of the year.Susanne Young, the secretary of the Agency of Administration, says while … more
Town clerks vow they'll keep fighting for a proposal they say will make preparing for elections easier and that opponents say could result in fewer people voting.The clerks want a "gap day" on the Monday before elections where they would not be … more
Though a measure to legalize possession of marijuana passed a major milestone Wednesday, the bill is not on a trajectory to pass this year.The House gave final approval on a 75-71 vote to H.170, a bill that would allow adults to possess up to 1 … more
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