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April Survey: COVID Response

How has the response to the COVID-19 virus been? — Too aggressive. — Not aggressive enough. — About right. CLICK HERE to take the survey!...

Commentary: Lessons from the Great Depression

By Rob Roper When the imminent threat of the COVID-19 pandemic subsides, we will undoubtedly be dealing with an economic situation of high unemployment and businesses in flux....

Commentary: Coronavirus Pandemic Lessons

by John McClaughry The final chapter in the coronavirus pandemic story won’t be written for a distressingly long time, but it’s worth leaping ahead in time and looking...

A Letter Regarding Covid-19

Hi All, We sincerely hope all of our followers are weathering the Corona virus outbreak and all that this entails with good health, both physical and mental. As...

Yes or No to the TCI Carbon Tax?

Take the Survey! Should Vermont lawmakers add 5-17¢ per gallon to motor fuels? Over the next several weeks, Vermont officials will be considering whether or not our state...

EAI Joins Regional/National Coalition Opposing the Transportation Climate Initiative

For Immediate Release December 17, 2019 Contact: Rob Roper 802-999-8145 rob@ethanallen.org Vermont – Today the Transportation Climate Initiative (TCI) is supposed to unveil its draft memorandum of understanding...

Help Us Make a Difference in 2020!

Dear Friend of Liberty, .         This past September we all witnessed The Climate Strike and Week of Action as angry mobs of disgruntled Leftists blocked...

Workplace Freedom: What You Need to Know

Last summer, the U.S. Supreme court ruled in Janus v. AFSCME that it was unconstitutional for pubic sector unions to collect “agency fees” — in Vermont, up to...

VT Legislator Roll Call Profiles

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...
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Climate Action Eclipsed by Covid-19 for #1 Priority in Legislature

April 3, 2020 By David Flemming Yesterday, Vermont’s Senate Health & Welfare committee and Senate Education committee held a joint hearing on Youtube, with two employees from the...

COVID-19 Impact on Property Taxes Not Clear – but Big

April 2, 2020 By Rob Roper The legislature is supposed to set the “yield” rate for Vermonters’ property taxes, but the economic chaos set off by the COVID-19...

National Geographic dreams

April 1, 2020 by John McClaughry National Geographic magazine, justly famous for taking its readers to every part of the globe with spectacular photography, has long been an...

Roll Call! Senate Gives Most Future Convicts Right to Parole (21-9), 2020

H.261- AN ACT RELATING TO LIMITING THE SENTENCE OF LIFE WITHOUT POSSIBILITY OF PAROLE PASSEDin the State Senate on March 11, 2020, by a vote of 21-9 Purpose: To give...

What about “If it costs one life”?

by Rob Roper New York governor Andrew Cuomo recently said of the economic shutdown in his state, and presumably everywhere, “if it saves one life” it’s all worth...

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