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Election Day results from Vermont and across the United States may profoundly affect state, national and global energy policy. more

The Vermont Eagle

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MIDDLEBURY | With more than 274,000 votes cast, Vermonters overwhelmingly re-elected Phil Scott to serve another term as governor, choosing the governor’s message of affordability over national buzz about gender identity. more

The Vermont Eagle

It was good to know that those running for our congressional seat discussed environmental matters, including climate change, during one of the debates. more

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RUTLAND | In a 90-minute-long forum recently at the historic Paramount Theater, Repubilcan Gov. Phil Scott and Democratic challenger Christine Hallquist debated taxes, ethics, schools, housing and more. more

The Vermont Eagle

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PLATTSBURGH | Tedra Cobb is coming out swinging against Rep. Elise Stefanik’s environmental record. more

The Sun

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Despite the reported rancor around the budget in the 2018 legislative session, the Vermont Chamber had a very successful year, proving that the Republican administration and the Democratic leaders of the Legislature can work together... more

The Vermont Eagle

As a proud Democrat, I was elected to represent St. Albans in the Vermont state legislature for six years, and after that I served as mayor of St. Albans for four years. more

Letters to the Editor

A year ago Gov. Phil Scott created the Vermont Climate Action Commission in response to clamor generated by the state’s environmental organizations determined to make Vermonters take bold action to defeat... more

The Vermont Eagle

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WILLSBORO | Walking along a burbling river flowing through her adopted hometown, Rep. Elise Stefanik got a crash course in all-things aquatic, including the migration habits of salmon and habitat restoration. more

The Sun

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

The Vermont Eagle

The biennial session of the Legislature that convenes this week will face more than its share of hot button issues. Here’s a quick survey of the 2018 agenda. more

The Vermont Eagle

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

The Vermont Eagle

The Carbon Tax really is the zombie, body snatcher legislation that will not die. more

The Vermont Eagle

A recent op-ed by Sabrina Melendez, a self-described climate activist and student at Bennington College, leaves one’s mouth agape, wondering if the author actually expects anyone to buy what she’s saying about the carbon tax... more

The Vermont Eagle

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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

The Vermont Eagle

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BRISTOL — Students from Mt. Abraham Union Middle and High Schools joined more than 1,400 counterparts from across the state on April 12 for Youth Lobby Day 2017 in Montpelier. more

The Vermont Eagle

In 2014, we helped shed light on a story about a married couple who bought a rural house in New Haven because it stood within the locally zoned Agriculture District... more

Editorials

What happens when an irresistible force meets and unmovable object? Vermonters will find out in January when the new Republican governor officially takes office along with a legislature that has, if anything, moved a little to the left. more

Letters to the Editor

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Some individuals—and that includes both elected and unelected citizens—flex far too much power over our lives, typically behind the scenes and without ever asking our consent. more

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