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The Ethan Allen Institute is Vermont’s free-market public policy research and education organization. Founded in 1993, we are one of fifty-plus similar but independent state-level, public policy organizations around the country which exchange ideas and information through the State Policy Network.
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11-24-14 – Gruber’s Contract Not Really Cancelled

Posted by Shayne Spence Despite the assurance that the now-infamous Jonathan Gruber would no longer be receiving money from his contract with the state of Vermont, it appears...

11-21-14 – Shumlin’s Response to Gruber Fiasco is Very Gruberesque

Posted by Rob Roper The Shumlin Administration announced that they would no longer be paying Jonathan Gruber for his services consulting on the financial feasibility of Green Mountain...

11-20-14 – Afghanistan’s Tainted Legacy

By John J. MetzlerUNITED NATIONS–The time is  ticking as American and NATO forces begin the countdown to military withdrawal from Afghanistan by year’s end.  But as Taliban militants...

11-17-14 – Upside Down Humble Cake

Posted by Chris Campion Putney’s own Peter Shumlin, still not “officially” governor until a legislature likely votes him in, was recently “humbled” by the close election results.  But apparently...

11-14-14 – Surviving Shumlin’s Budget

Posted by Chris Campion Vermont’s tax revenues are unexpectedly drying up, according to Jeb Spaulding, Shumlin’s Secretary of Administration.  From the Vtdigger article: Financial forecasts predicted more than...

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