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Rutland County State Sen. Brian P. Collamore, in an article, “A new session in Montpelier: Part two” in the Dec. 22 issue of the Vermont (Addison) Eagle newspaper, lamented how the Republicans lost in the state and in Rutland county and speculated... Read more

Letters to the Editor

As we start the new year, I want to wish everyone a safe and happy 2019. Read more

Letters to the Editor

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MONTPELIER | According to Rebecca Kelley, media aide to Gov. Phil Scott, members of the Vermont Opioid Coordination Council released their long-awaited progress report. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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MIDDLEBURY | Last week, we asked Addison County Sen. Chris Bray (D) about the upcoming legislative session in Montpelier. This week, we talk with the first of two Rutland County and Addison County Republicans about their perspectives. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

MIDDLEBURY | Starting Dec. 13, the Vermont State Police received various reports of bomb threats being received in the state. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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MIDDLEBURY | With the 2018 mid-term campaign and election season now over, Vermont legislators are enjoying a late-year respite before the start of a new legislative session in Montpelier starting in January. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

The leader of the new, veto-proof supermajority Vermont House Democratic caucus predicts the Legislature will seek action on three bills Gov. Phil Scott has opposed: Read more

The Vermont Eagle

According to report last week by Montpelier columnist Guy Page, several Addison County and Rutland County state senate candidates are in the catbird seat when it comes to 2018 general election political contributions. Read more

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MONTPELIER | You may have taken it easy on Labor Day, but Vermont’s electricity grid worked extra hard to keep the lights on– and boy, does it ever charge for overtime. Read more

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MONTPELIER | Members of the Vermont Governor’s Advisory Commission on Marijuana may recommend zero legal tolerance for smoking marijuana and driving due to the lack of a reliable roadside impairment test. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

MONTPELIER  | “Understanding Vermont’s Opioid Crisis” is an eight-part series highlighting the science of addiction as well as the cultural, social and economic challenges associated with addiction. Read more

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MONTPELIER | It was a proud moment at the Vermont State Capitol last Thursday when Gov. Phil Scott met with the U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Gloria Valdez. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

MONTPELIER | Nearly 40,000 Vermonters receiving Social Security benefits will keep more of their income due to an income tax exemption. Read 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. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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

The Vermont Eagle

MONTPELIER | At the end of the 2018 Vermont legislative session, a number of bills important to the state’s agricultural community became law. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

MONTPELIER | Vermont and ten other states have enacted legislation classifying independent, in-house personal care providers as state workers eligible to form labor unions. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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

The Vermont Eagle

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

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