Lost in the larger overall conversation has been concern for the culinary workers who sustain Vermont’s hospitality industry and its infrastructure.
Too many people are working three mediocre part-time jobs in the middle of a booming economy.
The idea that hate speech has become a regular part of our politics is simply beyond comprehension.
It’s incumbent that we be certain that Vermonters are never at a competitive disadvantage in the academic marketplace based on their socio-economic status.
Data is a commodity, and whether we like it or not personal information is power in 2019.
As a matter of public policy, we need to have a much broader conversation about pain and pain management as the next logical step.
The governor played chicken with the budget, and in doing so made the rest of us his collateral damage.
News Release — Steve May July 25, 2018 CONTACT: STEVE MAY T: 781-898-5296 E: [email protected] CALLS FOR LEGISLATIVE OVERSIGHT HEARINGS Without question the purposed change in mission for the VT Air National Guard has real and tangible consequences. For the communities which border it, the deployment of F-35’s promises to have a terrific impact across […]
Continued Democratic domination in the Senate is a safe bet, but there are three open seats across the state where things aren’t so predictable.
We need to police the relationship between docs and those who would seek to influence their medical decision-process both for good and for ill.
News Release — Steve May July 5, 2018 Contact: Steve May T: 781.898.5296 VT OPIATE LAWSUIT NEED TO BE PAIRED WITH PUBLIC INQUIRY State Senate Candidate Steve May (P/D-Richmond) has called on Vermont authorities to include a public inquiry as a part of any settlement involving the pharmaceutical industry and their involvement in the opiate […]
The U.S. Supreme Court decision to permit state authorized sports betting in recent days will inevitably bring sports wagering to Vermont.
News Release — Steve May May 8, 2018 Contact: Steve May E: [email protected] Steve May has entered the primary race for the Chittenden Senate. A long time Progressive Party activist and former Richmond Selectboard member, May will be entering the August 14th Democratic Party primary and hopes to be nominated simultaneously by a meeting of […]
I choose to be here because I believe that the Vermont quality of life is worth the tradeoffs.