It’s Thursday, which means the Burlington Free Press brings us the weekly excretion from the mind of Art Woolf, Vermont’s Leading Economist On Retainer. Woolf’s column is the usual stuff: a handful of statistics and some shallow speculation on What It All Means. 353 more words
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Many a knicker was tightly knotted yesterday, judging by some of the statements made and actions taken at the inaugural ceremony.
Most of the collywobbles arose from the protest by advocates of single-payer health care. 678 more words
After this year’s midterm elections, many are revisiting an issue that rallied so many Vermonters together in previous election cycles: single-payer healthcare. Green Mountain Care, established by Bill H.202 in 2011 as the first single-payer public health care option in the United States, has received criticism due primarily to problems with the program’s website. 569 more words