Sanders was asked during CNN’s climate town hall whether he would support measures to curb population growth in order to protect the climate. The Vermont senator answered yes, and said he supports using taxpayer dollars to fund abortion abroad, “especially in poor countries.”
New Hampshire’s highway network ranks 24th overall among the U.S. states for cost effectiveness and condition, according to the recently released Annual Highway Report policy study by the Reason Foundation.
Based on recent public statements, what can Vermonters expect from either Gov. or AG Donovan on hot-button issues like marijuana legalization, abortion and illegal immigration?
A review of infrastructure and highway systems puts Vermont in the middle regarding the condition of its state roads and bridges, according to a new report from the Reason Foundation.
With a potentially final status hearing before an Illinois judge now scheduled for December, state Rep. Chris Bates says that his legal woes stemming from a 2012 court order are nearing an end.
A new study based on data from the Healthcare Cost Institute found that Vermonters spend the 12th highest amount on heath care relative to residents of other states.
The attorney representing the University of Vermont Medical Center nurse coerced into performing an abortion told Fox and Friends Thursday that four other UVMMC nurses also have filed similar complaints with U.S. Health and Human Services.
Burlington Electric has decided to continue purchasing power from Sheffield Wind’s 16 turbines for another five years despite skepticism from critics and a local resident over whether the facility is functioning properly.
“Forcing medical staff to assist in the taking of human life inflicts a moral injury on them that is not only unnecessary and wrong, it violates long-standing federal law,” Roger Severino, director of the HHS Office of Civil Rights, said in a statement.
The University of Vermont Medical Center deceptively and unlawfully forced a known pro-life nurse to participate in an abortion procedure, the Office of Civil Rights for the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services reported today.
National Hydropower Day came and went last week, and the Vermont Public Power Supply Authority issued a statement celebrating the occasion, offering positive points regarding the most popular form of renewable energy in America.