Leahy’s observations shed light, not only on one man’s career, but on the nation’s turbulent journey from the final days of the Vietnam War to the parlous present, which finds democracy under assault abroad and at home.
The event takes place online Wednesday, Oct. 5, at 6 p.m.
The Democratic nominee criticized the Republican incumbent’s vetoes and relationship with the state Legislature, describing his administration as an impediment to reform. Scott argued that the state’s current approach to housing, substance use and workforce challenges is effective but needs more time.
The bill was attached to a package that would temporarily fund the federal government as part of a “side deal” negotiated between the West Virginia Democrat and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., in order to win over Manchin’s support for the Inflation Reduction Act.
The candidates vying to lead Vermont for the next two years are set to face off next Wednesday in Burlington at the latest VTDigger debate.
All active registered voters will automatically receive a ballot by mail for this year’s general election. Roughly 440,000 ballots are being sent.
Medicare Advantage plans provide Medicare benefits to retirees through private insurers. These plans often also provide supplemental coverage not offered through traditional Medicare — and at a lower cost — but critics charge that insurers make the numbers work by aggressively denying coverage when seniors file claims.
Mike Doenges, 42, wants to lead in revitalizing the city after decades of population decline. His priorities include creating more housing and attracting new businesses.
Ward 1 resident Jake Shumann announced his intention to run for the East District seat to be decided in a special election on Dec. 6.
According to an analysis conducted by CQ Roll Call, sourced from data compiled by the U.S. Government Accountability Office, Vermont saw the second-highest per-capita earmarked dollars from March’s budget omnibus: $321 per person, totaling $207.2 million for the state.