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One of the best tools in health care is also one of the least understood. Advanced directives are documents that describe the kind of care you would like to receive if you are in a situation where the chance of recovery is slim and you cannot speak … more
I always felt as though we were advancing the culture in a direction where everybody would truly be treated as equals. You know? Maybe you've heard it before: One Nation, indivisible, liberty and justice for all. Sound familiar? Have you ever said … more
Not so long ago — 2015 — the carbon tax was all the rage among such organizations as VPIRG, Vermont Natural Resources Council, Conservation Law Foundation, and Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility.Their argument was … more
I am a father that goes to the Dedicated Dads group at Early Education Services in Brattleboro, the local Parent Child Center in Windham County.When I first learned about Dedicated Dads, I was homeless and living out of my car. My son lived with his … more
As we move into the last two weeks of the 2017 Legislative Session, the House Agriculture and Forestry Committee (HAFC) is working on, among other things, S.9, an act relating to poultry processing, or what we fondly call the "Chicken Bill," though … more
It has been called the most important European election of the decade.As the first electoral round approaches in France after a breathtaking campaign, the rest of the continent braces itself to see who will be the opponent of far-right leader and … more
Arts are a tool for cultural diversity and a tool for free speech.It is not an accident that this administration is proposing elimination of the funding for something that can be used for dissent. Since this election cycle a lot of arts organization … more
The Vermont Press Association praises and thanks the Vermont Legislature for approving a shield law designed to protect journalists from unwarranted subpoenas concerning their sources.The House of Representatives gave final approval to the … more
"No guns, no drugs, no alcohol" were the signs along the Oceti Sakawin encampment and all who entered were encouraged to spend as much time as possible by the sacred fire, a big bonfire constantly tended and scented with sacred cedar. Then we were … more
The run-up to a revolution is the dissemination of correct information. When a population wants to change it is their responsibility to parse through information from opposing sides, make a choice, then act.I feel as though my entire life has been … more
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