Hillary has a challenger
Legislators in the state of Vermont have been making moves toward establishing a single-payer health program that would make all health care available to all residents at taxpayer expense.
In what may be the ultimate Nanny State move, Vermont has outlawed consuming or bringing brownies, cakes, or cookies to school. The mandates are part of a new program titled Smart-Snacks-in-Schools and will apply to lunch items, vending machines, and fundraising events between midnight and half and hour after
The Vermont legislature voted Friday to hike the minimum wage to $10.50 by the year 2018.
"It’s becoming clearer and clearer that there is no financing plan."
You would think Vermont's senators would want to focus on more worthy causes.
Touted early as Obamacare success stories, it's turning out that the state health exchanges rival Healthcare.gov for dysfunction.
Except it's broken and doesn't work.
Middlebury College's <i>9/11: Never Forget Project</i> was uprooted by five vandals, including one student.
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