Olsen said his increasing professional responsibilities have made it difficult to balance his job with his family life and the time demands of representing his district.
Two resolutions — one concerning legalization and the second focused on medical marijuana — are up for consideration at the Vermont Medical Society’s annual meeting.
The Choice Act grew out of the scheduling scandal in 2014, but it created new problems for many patients while doing little to ease longstanding concerns inside the VA.
The president announced Friday he would not certify Iran’s compliance with an Obama-era treaty.
Protester Albert Petrarca said using a white man’s discovery of the region as the starting point for the mural is “fake history.” “You obliterated an entire race, nation, culture of people from that history.”
On this week’s podcast, Jon Margolis discusses how our predominantly rural state could chart a long-term economic path.
The reduction follows a call by President Trump to cut the number of refugees admitted into the country to less than half allowed under President Obama.
Big metropolitan areas have a decided advantage in today’s economy. To prosper Vermont has to “do something different,” says economist Tom Kavet, and others agree.
They are backing legislation in the wake of a hack that may have exposed the personal information of about 240,000 Vermonters.
Firearms violence is much more complicated than simply banning a weapon. But there’s one ban Congress should pass in the wake of Las Vegas.
Sen. Patrick Leahy received $5,600 in donations from Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein since 1991.
On this week’s podcast, VTDigger’s Elizabeth Hewitt describes what Congress did — and didn’t — get done before its fiscal year deadline.
“This is a budget based on the Robin Hood principle in reverse,” he said. Republicans hope to use the resolutions as a platform for tax reform.
“We have got to do everything possible to prevent the conversion of semi-automatic rifles into automatic rifles,” said Sen. Bernie Sanders. “If not the 1986 law means nothing.”