Energy and Environment
Rinehart’s pastime came to a screeching halt on June 16, 2012 — on Father’s Day. That’s when state authorities literally stopped Rinehart in midstream and charged him with a crime under a 2009 state law that bans suction dredge mining.
“The BUILD WALL Act is a creative solution to a complex problem and I encourage my colleagues to support it,” Sensen ...
The judge in the fraud case of Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said Thursday he would prefer to keep the trial in Coll ...
THIS JUST IN
A lawmaker from Stowe is sending up a warning flare to Vermonters that two minimum wage bills being considered in the state House ...
Even though witnesses said the woman lied, a male student was still expelled.
As representatives from some of the nation’s top-performing charter schools discussed how their programs were successfully closi ...
“Even if Republicans took no steps to repeal the ACA it may become dysfunctional if steps aren’t taken to make sure that insur ...
A proposed Mississippi Department of Revenue rule that would create an internet sales tax could spark a court challenge to a 1992 ...
In 2015, Calais spent almost $100,000 on legal and other fees to fight what many residents saw as a poorly sited, intrusive teleco ...
Homeowners whose properties sell at prices below the values set by the local appraisal district would get a tax refund under legis ...
In 2003, the city of North Port looked at its rapidly growing population and made a decision: Sometime soon, it was going to need ...
Four candidates have thrown their hat into the ring to win the city of Rutland coveted mayor’s seat in next month’s Town Meeti ...
Taxpayers of all political persuasions, per usual, will be forced to pick up the tab.
Standing with top lawmakers and Vermont's attorney general, Gov. Phil Scott on Thursday introduced legislation prohibiti ...
Five years ago, the Florida Department of Agriculture turned its regulatory power on a small third-generation dairy farm ...
In the States
- Judge in Paxton case prefers Collin County venue, but won't commit
- Bill would refund taxes on homes sold under appraised value
- Land battle, Japanese ‘monopoly’ dog high-speed train in Texas
- A legislative roundup of school choice proposals
- Prosecutors’ motion effectively an admission of Paxton’s innocence
- Water utility chases unpaid Google Fiber bills
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- Scott: ‘Housing for All’ plan will strengthen Vermont economy
- House Republicans fear ‘stolen election’ coming in Frenier recount
- Lawmaker: Vermont hospitality industry would suffer from $15 minimum wage
- Vermont telecommunications siting law renewal under scrutiny
- Q&A with two of Rutland’s four mayoral candidates
- Is opioid abuse an addiction or chronic illness?
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- Task force would seek to remake Florida's criminal justice system
- House subcommittee eager to bring in high-performing charter schools
- Florida certificate of need law stalls growing community’s quest for a hospital
- Assessing Visit Florida beneficiaries' assertions, predictions and anecdotes
- Hurdles to school choice remain despite Florida’s open enrollment law
- Juvenile justice reform barely survives its first legislative hearing
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