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FERRISBURGH | Incumbent Rep. Warren Van Wyck (R-Addison 3) won the Aug. 14 GOP primary on write-in votes alone. more

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MONTPELIER | Vermont leads all other U.S. states in illegal crossings along the Canada/U.S. border, U.S. Attorney Christina Nolan said during an August 15 WCAX-TV interview. more

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According to a recent CNN news report, Colorado Gov. John Hickenloper is thinking of recriminalizing marijuana in the Centennial State. more

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Regular readers of my State Headliners column may have noticed that I don’t always name the Vermont’s left-leaning policy pushers. more

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RUTLAND | PART 1: Even as recreational marijuana advocates celebrated the legalization of small amounts of pot for personal use by the Vermont legislature earlier last month, troubling reports about the botanical... more

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Steven Bourgoin, who is charged with the largest mass criminal homicide in Vermont – the deaths of five high school students in an October 2016 car crash – had in his bloodstream high concentrations of THC... more

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MONTPELIER | In response to reports of Vermont marijuana dealers’ deceptive attempts to evade Act 86’s prohibition of the sale of marijuana... more

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MONTPELIER | Remember back in January, when the Legislature was considering the bill that would become Act 86, Vermonters were assured that legal “recreational pot” would just be grown and smoked in people’s homes? Boy, were we ever naïve. more

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The recent legalization of a small amount of recreational marijuana in Vermont has now created many of the “fallout” problems opponents have been warning us about. more

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MONTPELIER | The upcoming Aug. 14 primary is only for candidates of Vermont’s three major parties: Democratic, Republican and Progressive. more

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MONTPELIER | A Rutland-based State House representative wants the state to study the connection between video games and school shootings. more

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MONTPELIER | Vermont’s landmark energy policies are not solving the problems they were designed to solve, according to a March 12 report from Vermonters for a Clean Environment. more

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It was sobering news in case you didn’t hear about it last week. more

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MONTPELIER | Bills about drones near prison, fireworks, marijuana odor, studying carbon taxation, the statewide voter checklist, campaign finance,  child fatality, human trafficking, vagrancy, animal cruelty and more... more

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After refusing pleas last month by at least two Vermont doctors’ organizations to listen to physicians about the medically-appropriate uses of marijuana... more

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In the Vermont State House this month there’s a move on to create a ‘Homeless Bill of Rights’. more

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As Vermont prepares for the July 1 legalization of “personal possession” of marijuana and next year’s looming legislative battle over full commercial cultivation and sale, there’s more bad news about the impact of marijuana use on suicide and traffic more

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MONTPELIER | During February, the committees of the Vermont Legislature decide which bills should – and should not – receive approval and move on for further consideration by the General Assembly. more

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MONTPELIER | In Colorado, commercial marijuana cultivation comprises about half of all demand for new electricity. more

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MONTPELIER | Research shows marijuana legalization will lead to more traffic highway deaths, Vermont’s top cop told the Governor’s Marijuana Advisory Commission Nov.14. more

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FERRISBURGH | Incumbent Rep. Warren Van Wyck (R-Addison 3) won the Aug. 14 GOP primary on write-in votes alone. more

The Vermont Eagle

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MONTPELIER | Vermont leads all other U.S. states in illegal crossings along the Canada/U.S. border, U.S. Attorney Christina Nolan said during an August 15 WCAX-TV interview. more

The Vermont Eagle

Regular readers of my State Headliners column may have noticed that I don’t always name the Vermont’s left-leaning policy pushers. more

The Vermont Eagle

Steven Bourgoin, who is charged with the largest mass criminal homicide in Vermont – the deaths of five high school students in an October 2016 car crash – had in his bloodstream high concentrations of THC... more

The Vermont Eagle 1 Comments

MONTPELIER | Remember back in January, when the Legislature was considering the bill that would become Act 86, Vermonters were assured that legal “recreational pot” would just be grown and smoked in people’s homes? Boy, were we ever naïve. more

The Vermont Eagle

MONTPELIER | The upcoming Aug. 14 primary is only for candidates of Vermont’s three major parties: Democratic, Republican and Progressive. more

The Vermont Eagle

MONTPELIER | A Rutland-based State House representative wants the state to study the connection between video games and school shootings. more

The Vermont Eagle

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Photo by Lou Varricchio

MONTPELIER | Vermont’s landmark energy policies are not solving the problems they were designed to solve, according to a March 12 report from Vermonters for a Clean Environment. more

The Vermont Eagle

MONTPELIER | Bills about drones near prison, fireworks, marijuana odor, studying carbon taxation, the statewide voter checklist, campaign finance,  child fatality, human trafficking, vagrancy, animal cruelty and more... more

The Vermont Eagle

After refusing pleas last month by at least two Vermont doctors’ organizations to listen to physicians about the medically-appropriate uses of marijuana... more

The Vermont Eagle

As Vermont prepares for the July 1 legalization of “personal possession” of marijuana and next year’s looming legislative battle over full commercial cultivation and sale, there’s more bad news about the impact of marijuana use on suicide and traffic more

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MONTPELIER | During February, the committees of the Vermont Legislature decide which bills should – and should not – receive approval and move on for further consideration by the General Assembly. more

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Low energy prices have helped lead the United States to its 101st consecutive month of economic recovery, the third longest in history, Vermont State Economist Tom Kavet on Nov. 30 told a one-day gathering of the Vermont Legislature. more

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MONTPELIER | In Colorado, commercial marijuana cultivation comprises about half of all demand for new electricity. more

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MONTPELIER | Research shows marijuana legalization will lead to more traffic highway deaths, Vermont’s top cop told the Governor’s Marijuana Advisory Commission Nov.14. more

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MONTPELIER |  On Oct. 12, former Vermont state Sen. Wendy Wilton of Rutland asked her Facebook friends, “Anybody have an update on whether or not Vermont is meeting its [greenhouse gas emission reduction] goals?” more

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MONTPELIER | Jake Perkinson, former investor and board member of a medical marijuana dispensary, has been named co-chair of the Governor’s Marijuana Advisory Commission. more

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MONTPELIER | Earlier this summer, Gov. Phil Scott announced plans for a marijuana legalization study commission. more

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MONTPELIER - Immigrants seeking asylum in Canada have been traveling in large numbers to an unmanned border crossing in Champlain, New York, where they are arrested by Canadian police for illegal entry, WCAX reported July 31. more

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The newly-formed Vermont Climate Action Commission must grow the economy, put Vermonters on a path to affordability and not leave anyone behind, a July 20 statement from the office of Gov. Phil Scott stated. more

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