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When the anecdotal and empirical data showed that Windham County was short on dentists and long on need, especially for persons with limited or no insurance, the United Way and Brattleboro Memorial … more
Earlier this month, the long-anticipated Mueller Report was released — or at least the portions of it that the American people have been allowed to see thus far. Before its release, it was … more
Gov. Phil Scott is insisting upon a roadside saliva test as a condition for his signing a "tax and regulate" bill that would complete the marijuana legalization process in Vermont at the state law … more
In a victory for public health and common sense, the Vermont House of Representatives has approved raising the legal purchase age for buying and using cigarettes, electronic cigarettes, and other … more
The Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday about who counts, quite literally, in the eyes of the federal government. How many representatives the various states get in Congress for the decade … more
The departure of Bennington College president Mariko Silver after six years at the helm comes when small liberal arts colleges are at a crossroads. Silver, who has led Bennington since 2013, has been … more
Recent news stories about access to health care, nationally and in Vermont, point to the continuing folly of treating health care as a for-profit industry making massive amounts of money for the … more
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