Over 85 percent of Vermonters agree that employees should have the right to decide, without force or penalty, whether to join or leave a labor union.
Today marks the 100th anniversary of the death of Martha, the last passenger pigeon, who died at the Cincinnati Zoo on Sept. 1, 1914, at 1 p.m.
While some have anointed the casual blogger a citizen journalist, there still remains a chasm of standards between the two, most notably in the framework and the rigor with which information is presented to the public.
Those two hippy kids who used to walk for miles on the railroad tracks and in the woods holding hands are now two old people with four grandchildren.
Assessing the da Vinci robot as a tool in advanced cardiac surgery, from a patient’s perspective, is challenging.
We simply can’t afford to wait until our children enter kindergarten to get them ready for school.
The ongoing imbalance of power between law enforcement and civilians – not just that inherent to the system, but also as due to gender and race, among other factors, means that the interests of law enforcement (and the gender and race privilege it codifies) prevail.
The commitment to use the GPI in this way places Vermont in the forefront of a growing national movement to integrate the GPI into social and economic policy.
While rejecting No Child Left Behind took Americans roughly a decade, a majority already know enough about the Common Core to conclude they don’t like it.
So here we are nearly three years into this nightmare and no closer to a resolution then we were on day one.
“Some of the most strident criticism of police violence in Ferguson has come from authoritarian nations where the police are often venerated and dissent is scarcely tolerated.”
Phil Scott, the Republican incumbent, isn’t sure about publicly funded universal health care. Dean Corren, the Progressive candidate, is 100 percent for it.