While the former federal prosecutor said she believes Roe v. Wade “needs to be preserved and upheld,” she characterized the proposed constitutional amendment to protect reproductive rights in Vermont as “extreme.”
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The 63-year-old Republican continues to enjoy high approval ratings, and only one challenger — Democratic anti-poverty activist Brenda Siegel — has so far entered the race.
By late June, both take-home and PCR testing will be available only through pharmacies and health care providers.
The three-decade-old sexual assault case against Leonard Forte, a former New York police officer, has raised questions about how just the criminal justice system is, what loopholes a defendant can take advantage of and how crime victims can find closure when it eludes them in court.
Speakers on Saturday said reproductive health care continues to be seen as an issue solely for cisgender — and often, white — women, but that just isn’t true.
- Food resilience and conservation workshop with Theresa Snow of Salvation Farms offered at Sterling College on July 23rd.
- Central Vermont Council on Aging (CVCOA) announces the Strengthening Community Support of Older Vermonters Grant recipients
- Vermont offers new early childhood educator funding for fall 2022
- Mary Burns named Lund President and CEO
- Vermont wildlife advocates celebrate a big win
- Weybridge Congregational Church named VTIPL’s Green Congregation of the Year
- Vermont Federal Credit Union received governor’s excellence in worksite wellness award
- Bob Davis named as vice president at Brattleboro Savings & Loan
- Prospect Street Writers House opens in North Bennington
- Ethan Parke announces candidacy for state representative—Washington-4