We did it! We have met the requirements to remain an officially recognized political party in the state of Vermont. Thank you to everyone who helped out by organizing their towns and participating in our first official state committee meeting.
At the last state committee meeting a statement of principles was reviewed and passed and is below: We the members of the Vermont Libertarian Party do declare and affirm the following to be a faithful and true recounting of our core values and principles; and is to be used to guide us in politics and […]
Recent article regarding confronting NIMBYism in the goal of affordable housing… Libertarians believe the best way for government to support affordable housing would be reduce zoning, regulations, permits, building codes regarding building and rental properties. In addition, reduced regulations for realtors and lenders to allow more people/firms to compete in the space. Land owners should […]
Recent article by John McClaughry addressed the major problems with health care and health insurance in Vermont and the country… Libertarians favor a free market health care system. Libertarians recognize the freedom of individuals to determine the level of health insurance they want (if any), the level of health care they want, the care providers […]
President Trump, Vermont Governor Scott and some house democrats have expressed interest in banning at least flavored vaping products… The Libertarian Party believes that government force must be limited to the protection of the rights of individuals to life, liberty, and property, and governments must never be permitted to violate these rights. Laws should be […]