New Laws, 2019

By Pete Williams – Re-Blogged From NBC News

In states across the country, new measures are kicking in 2019 that affect virtually every area of residents’ lives — and your furry friends, too.
Image: Leaves begin turning color on Big Pond near Woodford, Vermont, in 2007.

Leaves begin turning color on Big Pond near Woodford, Vermont, in 2007.Stan Honda / AFP/Getty Images file

WASHINGTON — The new year brings a host of state laws that take effect Tuesday — including Vermont paying people to move there.

The state will give people up to $10,000 over two years for those employed by out-of-state companies who are willing to work remotely from Vermont in a home office or cooperative work space.

“We have a demographic problem in the state. We need more people,” said Governor Phil Scott in supporting the measure.

Brewers Strike Back at Fake “End of Beer” Climate Change News

By Eric Worrall – Re-Blogged From WUWT

Brewers acknowledge climate change might have an impact, but point out that if global warming causes a problem in one region they can just buy their inputs from somewhere else.

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