Among the myriad reports coming to the Legislature this month are several related to the needs of “transition age youth.” Although usually applied to young people who have been in state custody and “age out” … Continue reading
During the last few days I have had the opportunity to hear from environmental leader Bill McKibben, State Climatologist Allen Betz, and one of the countries leading experts on energy and the economy Amory Lovins. … Continue reading
It’s hard to imagine an issue that’s more important than ending the war in Iraq. My own feeling is that every Vermonter should call, write and e-mail our Congressional delegation every day until it ends. … Continue reading
No Child Left Behind (NCLB) was one of the earliest examples of the Bush administration’s genius for naming acts in a fashion that betray their impact. The patriot act is another such gem.
At any … Continue reading
As the session gets underway it’s clear that while our numbers are small we are treated with respect and appreciation by members across the spectrum. We have come a long way since 1990 and today … Continue reading
I haven’t spent much time on – or is it in – blogs.
I have spent plenty of time in living rooms, town halls and other spaces talking with and listening to Vermonters. It’s time … Continue reading