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Commentary: School Governance Mega-Muddle

By John McClaughry Vermont is now well into the throes of coping with a new education governance law (Act 46). The law’s stated goal is to move the...

Commentary: In Age of Uber, “Right to Work” Makes More Sense Than Ever

By Rob Roper Vermont is a tougher than average place to make a living. No secret there. One of the first questions you get from folks you meet...

EAI Comments on PSD “Vermont Comprehensive Energy Plan”

Ethan Allen Institute                                                                  July 24, 2015   Like the CEP of 2011, the guiding principle of the Plan’s “vision” is “to set Vermont on a path...

Commentary: Vermont Energy Plan is Basically Unworkable

by Meredith Angwin 2010 Known Electric Resources from PSD Blog post about this at ANS Nuclear Cafe The Vermont Public Service Department (PSD)  is revising the Vermont Comprehensive Energy...

VT Legislator Roll Call Profiles (2015 Update)

Are Your Representatives Representing YOU? See How They Voted on Key Issues.   INTRODUCTION The following  collection of Legislator Roll Call Vote Profiles is brought to you as...

Rob Roper Makes the Case for Statewide School Choice

CLICK to Watch Presentation EAI president, Rob Roper, is taking this presentation on why Vermont should adopt a statewide school choice policy around Vermont. In a nutshell, school...

Let’s Build On Our Victories in 2015. Renew Your Support for EAI!

Dear friend of EAI, 2014 marked a turning point in Vermont. The voters crippled Peter Shumlin politically and rejected his big-government, statist agenda. Folks are catching on! People...

“Turning Blue” – A film of Vermont’s political impact on the national stage

“All eyes are on Vermont’s plan for a single-payer system, starting in 2017. If it flies, it will change everything, with many states sure to follow suit by...
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9-3-15 – What’s the Difference Between “All Payer” and “Single Payer? Not Much.

By John McClaughry Morgan True’s long article on the continuing adventures of the Green Mountain Care Board appeared on VTDigger.org on September 3. In it he explains that: “An all-payer...

8-2-15 – Union Supporters Freak Over Roper Op-Ed

by Rob Roper I recently received a copy of a email circulated among a group called Working Vermont regarding an Op-Ed I wrote, In Age of Uber, “Right...

9-1-15 – Less government stimulates economic growth

by Frank Mazur Sam Adams, John Hancock and Paul Revere dumped tea into the Boston Harbor rather than pay a  three pence tax per pound of tea.  The...

8-31-15 – Tweet-Meister Bernie

by Chris Campion Since Democratic presidential nominee hopeful Bernie Sanders – youthful, engaged, energetic – has a Twitter presence, I figured I’d take a look at what young,...

8-28-15 – Syrian Apocalypse

by John J. Metzler UNITED NATIONS— Syria continues to descend into the inferno while the international community stands transfixed. A political solution seems elusive as ever, the civil...

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