You marched on Saturday, now, as President Obama said in his farewell address, “Grab a clipboard, get some signatures, and run for office yourself!”
Many Vermonters have spoken up supporting an ethics commission, but their elected legislators are waffling.
Editor’s note: This commentary is by Josh Fitzhugh, the chair of Washington County GOP committee who lives in West Berlin where he and his wife run a farm. He previously was an attorney and insurance executive and served as counsel to Govs. Richard Snelling and Howard Dean. did not vote for Donald Trump for president, […]
The key to our democracy is the public’s access to open and transparent government.
The mayor’s critique of the Progressive Party is misplaced and his efforts to give the bulk of the credit to Democrats for Burlington’s successes ignores the efforts of 30 years of Progressive leadership in Burlington.
2016 was not a banner year for state officials charged with watching out for the welfare of its citizens and citizens-to-be.
Will the state GOP and our new Gov. Phil Scott stand with Vermonters to protect health care?
As Gov. Scott so aptly described in his recent inaugural address, addressing our state’s shortage of high-quality, affordable child care is very much a part of resolving Vermont’s overall affordability issues.
One policy that can go a long way in fostering this positive work environment for younger workers and their families is implementation of paid family and medical leave.
Recently a constituent said she couldn’t understand why I was against universal background checks for gun transfers.
Taking a serious look at how we educate the young and vulnerable people in our society about the dangers and consequences of even casual use must be a critical component of addressing the opiate crisis.
Last week, a giant sequoia toppled in California. It must have been a thousand years old.
As a palliative care physician what I want most for my patients is to have access to the best possible medical care that honors individual patient experience; an approach that maximizes quality of life, fully addresses suffering, and hence decreases the need for Act 39.