In the Supreme Court case Masterpiece Cakeshop, Ltd. v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, the court is considering whether a state can force a Christian cake baker to bake a custom cake for a same-sex wedding in violation of his deeply held religious beliefs.
In this episode of Vote for Vermont, co-hosts Pat McDonald and Ben Kinsley interview Vermont State Auditor Doug Hoffer on how to hold state government accountable.
A key puzzle piece to curbing Vermont’s opioid epidemic has emerged just across the Connecticut River at Dartmouth College.
At a public forum hosted by the Bennington County Republican Party last month, a bipartisan panel agreed that tax reform and the economy were the right focus for Vermont going into 2018.
The Massachusetts Medical Society voted to repeal it’s policy regarding assisted suicide and euthanasia on Saturday, moving from it well established opposition to the practice to a “neutral engagement.”
Volunteers are still needed to donate presents for 35 children in need as part of the local Spirit of Sharing efforts.
President Donald Trump suggested people affected by a false report from ABC News sue the outlet, the president said in a Sunday morning tweet.
Activist and author Mark Bray has made headlines across the nation for his statements defending violent tactics by the black-clad, masked activist group Antifa. Now he’s bringing that controversy storm to Burlington.
On Dec. 18 Gov. Phil Scott will convene an education summit to address “the crisis of affordability and how it impacts the opportunities we are able to provide our children.”