State News

Sine die, ‘without a day’

By Rep. Jim Harrison The Vermont Legislature adjourned sine die last Thursday evening, May 12, after several long days finishing bills that were still in process. Sine die is Latin for “without a day,” meaning the Legislature adjourned without fixing […]

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Local News, State News

Butting heads

By Rep. Jim Harrison Last week saw the first veto of the session by Governor Phil Scott. The legislation was H.157, which creates a new registry for home contractors. Given some of the bills headed his way, this may not […]

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State News

Note to self: dog biscuits next time

Reapportionment in Legislature could split up local district By Jim Harrison I want to thank all that took a moment to visit during my recent “Office Hours” a.k.a. “Dump & Donuts” tour through the district recently. It was good to […]

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State News

Historic Legislative session ends

By Sen. Alison Clarkson The Vermont Legislature adjourned Friday afternoon May 21. We all agree, it was an historic session. It was the first legislative session to be conducted completely remotely during an international pandemic. And, we also agree that, […]

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