Darcie Johnston said she will work on the inaugural committee and then in a policy role, which she hopes will involve the administration’s efforts to undo Obamacare.
The state director of the Trump campaign knew since the candidate’s January Burlington rally that he would win.
The medical community should not get involved in placing a hidden tax addition burden on taxpayers. It is not their expertise and it is not good public policy.
News Release — Dartmouth-Hitchcock August 26, 2015 Contacts: Rick Adams, Dartmouth-Hitchcock (603) 653-1910 [email protected] Derik Hertel, Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth (603) 650-1211 [email protected] LEBANON, NH – Dr. Sandra L. Wong, the William W. Coon Professor of Surgical Oncology and Associate Chair of Clinical Affairs at the University of Michigan Health System, has been […]
Like so many times in the past, the governor has declared victory prematurely over the failures of Vermont Health Connect.
The results of Tuesday’s election, with a close shave for Gov. Shumlin and Democratic losses in the legislature, could mean a rough road ahead for single-payer health care. Supporters insist they will press on, while opponents take the results as a validation.
Libertarian Dan Feliciano says Gov. Peter Shumlin wants to use Medicare money to finance single-payer health care. State officials say they have no intention of doing so and couldn’t if they wanted to.
The Libertarian Party nominated Dan Feliciano to run for governor, but the candidate has angered some of the party faithful by backing away from some of its themes to seek the Republican nomination. GOP supporters of Scott Milne are also miffed.
Republicans have quietly been reaping fodder about the troubled rollout of Vermont Health Connect, while less quietly critiquing the Shumlin administration’s handle on the situation. Peter Hirschfeld of the Vermont Press Bureau reported Sunday that the 2012 Republican gubernatorial candidate and former state auditor, Randy Brock, filed roughly two-thirds of the 35 health care-related public […]
Although the restrictive exchange and so-called “single payer” are being represented by the Shumlin administration as inevitable, it is important to know that they are not.
“It would seem to me it’s unconstitutional for the state to interfere with the right of two individuals to enter into a private financial arrangement,” said Dr. Bob Emmons.
Mr. Wennberg offers more of the same tired and misleading complaints Republicans have continually lobbed at Vermonters’ efforts to fix a system everyone acknowledges is broken.