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5-16-15 – Legislature Exploring Sales Tax Expansion to Services

Posted by Rob Roper Vermont Digger reports that Sen. Tim Ashe (D/P-Chittenden), chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, is considering expanding Vermont’s 6% sales tax to include services...

Roll Call! Senate Resolves to “Take Steps Now” on Climate Change (25-5), 2015

. S.R.7 – A RESOLUTION RELATING TO CLIMATE CHANGE   . PASSED in the State Senate on April 15, 2015 by a vote of 25-5  . Purpose: S.R.7 resolves, “That the...

4-15-15 – Legislature “Laying the Groundwork” for Carbon Tax in 2016

Posted by Rob Roper  Republican members of the House Natural Resources and Energy Committee warned members of their caucus on Tuesday that their committee was preparing to spring...

4-14-15 – Small Business Owner Describes Impact of Carbon Tax

Posted by Rob Roper The Carbon Tax is a topic of conversation again in the House Natural Resources & Energy Committee. Speaking at the House Republican Caucus meeting,...

4-14-15 – Gun Control Disguised as “Common Sense”

by Shayne Spence “The gods of the valleys are not the gods of the hills, and you shall understand it.” – Ethan Allen Opponents to Montpelier’s latest installment...