Single payer health care taxes are gone – for now – but there’s another hot idea in Montpelier for a new tax – the carbon tax. It’s being promoted by “Energy Independent Vermont”, a coalition led by the Vermont Public Interest Research Group (VPIRG), the Vermont Natural Resources Council, and the Conservation Law Foundation.
Throughout our lives, people and animals often become important to us and make a great impact.
“I’m Reggie, a Jack Russell Terrier mix who has been around the block a few times.
This time of year we all think about others and putting a smile on the faces of those we love.
The homeless animals at the Rutland County Humane Society (RCHS) would love to be added to your holiday list this year.
Coco is a sociable little dog who enjoys walks and the company of the people he is with.
Vermont Gov. Shumlin (D) and the legislative leadership have recently discovered that Vermonters are really, really unhappy about ever rising school property taxes.
It’s time for the Critter Community Holiday Card, a holiday tradition for 35 years.
Our “Wagging Tails Winter Online Auction” is well underway and will close for bidding on Wednesday, Dec. 3.
Hi, I’m Sassy.
The Vermont administrative state is again on the march.
Vermonters have been waiting years to find out how the state plans to pay for a $5 billion plus single payer healthcare system that will require at a minimum $2 billion in new taxes.
Do you know that older dogs and cats make wonderful pets?
Now that the 2014 state elections are over, it’s worth looking at how the process might be improved in the future. Here are four proposals.