News Release — UVM April 17, 2017 Contact: Jeff Wakefield, [email protected], 802-578-8830 University of Vermont Professor Jon Erickson has never been a fan of the status quo. As an ecological economist, his national and international scholarship has challenged the core assumptions of mainstream economics. As a social entrepreneur, he has helped build interdisciplinary research-to-action collaborations […]
He hasn’t said whether he is running again in 2018, and the Vermont Republican Party said fielding a challenger to the popular junior senator isn’t an immediate priority.
News Release — Bi-State Primary Care Associatio March 30, 2017 Contact: Susan Noon 603/228-2830 x144 Cell: (603) 866-6020 [email protected] Congressional support for Community Health Centers spans five decades WASHINGTON, DC – March 30, 2017 – Among the thousands of Community Health Center advocates convening on Capitol Hill on March 30 were six from Vermont. Board […]
News Release — Sen. Patrick Leahy & Sen. Bernie Sanders April 12, 2017 Sen. Leahy Press Contact: David Carle 202-224-3693 Sen. Sanders Press Contact: Dan McLean 802-862-6695 Bill Text, Fact Sheet (WEDNESDAY, April 12, 2017) – Vermont’s U.S. Senators Patrick Leahy (D) and Bernie Sanders (I) have joined Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and others in […]
The online pollster gave Republican Gov. Phil Scott Scott a 68 percent rating among Vermonters.
Leahy, Sanders, Others Demand Fair and Consistent Treatment of Student Loan Borrowers in Public Service
News Release — Sen. Patrick Leahy, Sen. Bernie Sanders April 7, 2017 Sen. Leahy Press Contact: David Carle 202-224-3693 Sen. Sanders Press Contact: Dan McLean 802-862-6695 . . . Recent announcements by the U.S. Department of Education suggest some borrowers can’t rely on their prior notices about debt relief – LINK WASHINGTON (FRIDAY, April 7, […]
News Release — Primo Maggio April 9, 2017 Contact: Mark Greenberg [email protected] Sen. Bernie Sanders will kick-off this year’s 2 day Primo Maggio celebration at Barre’s historic Old Labor Hall with a talk, “From Debs to Sanders: fighting for Change,” Friday, April 28 at 7 pm. Sen. Sanders will be introduced by Vermont Lt. Governor […]
Vermont’s three D.C. representatives stopped short of applauding Trump’s military actions, but projected a sense of understanding for their justification. There was, however, an urging of restraint and caution by the president from the delegation.
Sens. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., and Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., both joined the filibuster of Gorsuch.
The two Vermont senators are among a group of eight pushing for privacy protections in the wake of moves by Congressional Republicans and President Trump.
The Vermont senator would pay for the $600 billion plan with a 0.5 percent tax on stock trades.
The two senators enjoy rockstar status in the Democratic party that few others can claim.
Progressives sent a letter to Vermont members castigating Leahy over what they described as “squishy comments” about Gorsuch’s nomination.
But ICE is bound to follow President Trump’s directives, and officials told the delegation they are continuing to get new guidance as the agency reshuffles its priorities under Trump.