Deb Bucknam’s Statement on Attorney General’s Use of Resources

St. Johnsbury, Vermont – Two national energy policy organizations have hit Vermont Attorney General, William Sorrell, with a lawsuit because he won’t honor their public records request for documents concerning his war on dissenting opinions to the Establishment’s articles of faith on climate change. This is a perfect example of the double standard Vermont’s big …

Scott Milne Calls for Outlawing Federal Funds Being Used to Build Anything Named for Incumbent Senators or Members of Congress

June 16, 2016 Contact: Keith Milne (802) 272-7398 keithtmilne@gmail.com Pomfret, VT (June 16, 2016) – U.S. Senate candidate Scott Milne announced he will propose legislation outlawing the use of taxpayer money to fund anything named for a sitting member of Congress, if elected. “As I listen to Vermonters,” said Milne, “I am hearing loudly and …

Veto Session Exemplifies Six Years of Single Party Rule

June 15, 2016 Contact: Rep. Don Turner, 802-373-5960   Veto Session Exemplifies Six Years of Single Party Rule under Shumlin and Smith Over the past six years under Governor Shumlin’s Administration and Speaker Smith, Vermont Democrats have exploited their majority status in the Senate and General Assembly to push an unbalanced agenda. It should come …

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