The senator, an advocate of warming relations between the two nations, warns against hasty retaliation for apparent attacks on U.S. diplomats in Cuba.
“We don’t get to decide what the times are like. We get to decide whether we are going to engage in what those times require,” Vermont’s U.S. representative said in Bennington.
The facts surrounding the misdeeds of today’s White House must be exposed for all to see.
Gov. Phil Scott signed on to a letter with a bipartisan group of peers in reaction to President Trump’s order ending payments that support insurance for low-income customers.
The attorney general testified for the first time before the Senate Judiciary Committee. Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., chided him for “vague” answers.
The state is among more than a dozen suing the president to maintain subsidies called cost-sharing reductions, which help 13,000 Vermont residents afford their insurance.
President Donald Trump announced his intention to defund a program called cost-sharing reduction that helps low-income sick people get medical care.
The president announced Friday he would not certify Iran’s compliance with an Obama-era treaty.
Those inclined to vote for authoritarians because they’re frightened need to realize authoritarians don’t give up power lightly.
The president is letting more employers decline to pay for birth control. But under a 2016 statute, health insurance in Vermont must cover it without an out-of-pocket cost.
Both sides of the aisle raised questions over the administration’s position on an immigration program it seeks to end.
Whether Trump is a racist is beside the point. What isn’t is that throughout his political life, he has shamelessly played the race card.
Vermont officials want to use Medicare to cover medication assisted treatment for people 65 and up who have become addicted.
Leahy expects that as Mueller’s probe into Russian election influence proceeds, the Trump administration may seek to suppress it.