News Release — Sen. Bernie Sanders Sept. 19, 2016 Contact: Dan McLean (802) 862-0697 BURLINGTON, Vt., Sept. 19 – U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and the Vermont congressional delegation on Monday asked a testing organization to lower the cost of testing students who have significant cognitive disabilities. The organization, Dynamic Learning Maps, chose to adopt […]
At a dairy industry summit Friday in Brattleboro, there were good-news stories like the rapid growth of Commonwealth Dairy. But the industry is struggling due to falling milk prices and rising costs.
The Vermont senator is warning his supporters of the dangers of backing third party candidates in the presidential election.
News Release — Sen. Bernie Sanders Sept. 15, 2016 Contact: Dan McLean (802) 862-0697 New grant program could provide up to $10 Million for Waterbury Dam Repairs WASHINGTON, Sept. 15 – The Senate passed an amendment Thursday introduced by Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) that would allow Vermont to apply for up to $10 million for […]
Shady pro-Bernie Sanders group run by alleged fraudster Cary Lee Peterson hit with $7,150 penalty.
Dr. Carol Moore said the college closed because of actions taken by Jane Sanders and a lack of sufficient oversight by the school’s board of trustees and a local bank.
Senate candidate Chris Pearson said the allegations were politically motivated and that he was relieved the case had been dismissed.
Sanders focused more on the Republican nominee Donald Trump’s shortcomings than he did on Clinton’s strengths. Still, the Vermont senator got the job done.
The former Democratic presidential candidate from Vermont kicks off the fall campaign season with broadcast and battleground-state appearances for his onetime opponent.
Leahy, Sanders Join Other Senators In Raising Concerns About Mylan’s EpiPen Price Hike And Expanded Patient Assistance Program
News Release — Sen. Patrick Leahy Aug. 30, 2016 Contact: [email protected] . . . Patient Assistance Program Allows Company To Hike Prices While Passing Costs Onto Insurance Companies And Consumers (TUESDAY, Aug. 30, 2016) — In a letter sent Tuesday to the CEO of pharmaceutical company Mylan, 20 senators, including Sen. Patrick Leahy (D) and […]
The whole conversation this year about personal wealth and public policy has been muddle-headed. And no one has muddled it more than Bernie Sanders.
In the past year, “the American people have sent a loud and clear message … that they are tired of big corporations” sending jobs overseas, the former presidential candidate said in response to the Senate majority leader’s vow not to hold a lame duck vote.
It will focus on electing 100 candidates and passing seven ballot initiatives in the 2016 election cycle, he told supporters. But staffers have resigned in protest of its direction, and campaign finance rules limit a federal politician’s role in issue advocacy groups.
News Release — Sen. Bernie Sanders Aug. 25, 2016 Contact: Dan McLean (802)-862-0697 BURLINGTON, Vt., Aug. 25 – As Vermonters mark the fifth anniversary of Tropical Storm Irene, U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) pointed to a new report from the Congressional Budget Office that warns damage from severe weather in future decades is expected to […]