Montpelier Spending May Soon Cost Taxpayers More Per $
S&P Global Ratings changed its outlook for two major types of bonds to negative last week. Vermont's general obligation debt and the Vermont State College bonds outstanding each had a “stable” outlook after being downgraded from AAA in 2018, but both were changed to a negative outlook after a press release last week.
WATCH ART WOOLF'S JEFFERSON DAY SPEECH!
On Wednesday November 11th, Dr. Art Woolf, popular Vermont economist and longtime EAI Board member, joined EAI in hosting a virtual Jefferson Day event.
Vermonters respond: “Should mass mail balloting become permanent?”
Perhaps it was something in the air, but a day after the election, I started to think, I wonder what the chances are of Vermont extending the mail-balloting initiative for 2020 indefinitely?
Stiffing Justice Barrett
Erin Hawley of the Independent Women’s Law Center is a former law clerk for Chief Justice John Roberts. She recently blasted the Girl Scouts of America, which has celebrated the previous four female justices - O’Connor, Ginsburg, Kagan and Sotomayor - for stiffing new Justice Amy Coney Barrett’