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Commentary: American Politics Gone Insane

by John McClaughry Jonathan Rauch is a senior fellow at the liberal-leaning Brookings Institution in Washington. He is himself a bona fide liberal, or at least, what passed...

September Survey: Right to Work

Should employees who are not members and do not want to join a union be forced by law to pay “agency fees” to that union? Yes or No?...

Commentary: So, Second Homeowners Can Vote In Vermont

By Rob Roper There is a vote fraud case in Vermont, currently in the Essex Superior Court, in which a family of second homeowners from Connecticut (parents and...

VT Legislator Roll Call Profiles (2017 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...

Ethan Allen Institute Energy Policy Recommendations  

The following is the concluding section of the EAI comments on the Comprehensive Energy Plan update of 2015, offered by the Public Service Department. The earlier sections analyzed...

Vermont’s Energy Policy Is Out Of Touch with The People, Culture, And Economy of the State. See the Latest EAI Video

The Ethan Allen Institute released this week a ten-minute video overview of Vermont’s current energy policy and what it means for the future of our state. In a...
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Mathis Forgets G.I. Bill Was A Voucher Program

by Bruce Buxton This piece is a response to an Op-Ed by William Mathis of the Vermont State School Board, which can be read HERE.  Mr. Mathis is...

Are We Paying Parents to Keep Kids In Poverty?

by Rob Roper An article in Seven Days reminded us that back in 2007 the Vermont legislature set a goal to cut child poverty in half in ten...

Advocate: Raise Minimum Wage Till It Hurts!

by David Flemming On Sept. 6, David Cooper of the Economic Policy Institute (a Left leaning, Washington-based think tank founded by a coalition of eight labor unions) testified...

Vermont Public Schools Are Failing Most Vulnerable Students

by Rob Roper  The latest standardized test results are out, and the results are pretty disappointing. Overall, scores dropped a bit from where they were last year, and,...

Were Vermonters Voting In New Hampshire?

by Rob Roper The New Hampshire Speaker of the House released data showing that over 5000 people registered to vote in New Hampshire for the 2016 election using...

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