The notion that Article 22 and Roe v. Wade are similar is false.
Instead of the blue and red states map of the United States that gives the erroneous impression that Americans are irreconcilably polarized, America to me looks like a vast unevenly distributed red-and-blue polka dot stretch of land where dots keep changing their colors and positions in a perpetual state of equilibrium and disequilibrium.
From our perspective, this is the most crucial budget we’ve assembled.
The IRA has begun the shift to a clean energy America. What does this mean for Vermonters? A lot.
Why are Vermont’s postcard-perfect farmers one broken leg away from having to sell their cows?
Logging is the single greatest threat to public forests in New England.
Black and Indigenous people should still have agency over the BIPOC label, but the term has been co-opted — stolen — by colonizing neoliberal Whites and settler POC.
Questions remain for the Guilford Selectboard, and they need to answer them.
We could easily spend our tax dollars more efficiently and effectively, providing rehabilitation that works and enabling neighbors who cause harm, like mine, to repair that harm and ultimately return to society.
Today, pharmaceutical pricing is an almost impenetrable jungle of discounts, rebates, copays, special deals and the like.
If college students can grasp the idea that energy choices should be evaluated using multiple criteria, why can’t legislators do the same?
Worried about how much water a farm is using? Look to the soil.
We still need to do far more to support one another and to build healthy, safe and vibrant communities.
Recently proposed double-digit hospital rate increases will consume an ever greater share of health care spending and exacerbate the affordability crisis.