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This being an election year, we hear about all sorts of worrisome trends in Vermont — its aging and shrinking population, its lack of affordable housing, and the way those factors are dragging … more
Last Thursday's massacre of five journalists in the Annapolis Capital Gazette newsroom was most likely committed by a person with a specific grievance against that newspaper. Nevertheless, the … more
News comes from Montpelier that the state, dissatisfied with living conditions experienced by its out-of-state inmates in Pennsylvania, is looking to move those inmates somewhere else. Ideally, … more
Commodities tariffs, when imposed properly and judiciously, can be a potent weapon for enforcing trade policy and fairness. However, the slightest shift of breeze could turn it against its users, … more
Last week's U.S. Supreme Court decision striking down a federal law banning sports betting everywhere but Nevada opens the floodgates for states to make their own decisions about whether to allow … more
Scott Pruitt, who as attorney general of Oklahoma, sued the Environmental Protection Agency 14 times and described himself as "a leading advocate against the EPA's 'activist agenda,'" is now its … more
DACA, or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, is an Obama-era attempt to resolve a vexing problem whose continuing existence creates heartache and uncertainty for those affected, as well as a sick … more
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