Last week’s decision moves much closer to that sweeping requirement: all parents — not just tuition town parents — must be given their choice of approved public schools, non-sectarian independent schools, and sectarian independent schools.
Following the U.S. Supreme Court’s momentous decision striking down Roe v. Wade on Friday, two of Vermont’s government attorneys have joined 83 colleagues from 29 states in declaring they will not prosecute individuals who provide, support or seek abortions.
The progressives attacking our laws, culture, and people with fabricated evidence and foreign ideologies are peddling a destructive, counter-productive toxicity that will fail as miserably in the Green Mountains as it has in South Africa.
Eighteen state attorneys general, all Democrats, on Wednesday expressed their joint support of a Securities and Exchange Commission proposal requiring U.S. companies divulge the potential financial risks of climate change on their businesses.
Gerald graduated from West Point in 1984, and served as an active duty field artillery officer and a paratrooper. He served our great nation honorably and with distinction for 22 years. He has a MBA from Temple University.
Biden’s proposed gas tax holiday is a ploy to distract from the serious energy-related issues brewing under the surface. Unless Congress acts or the administration reverses course, those issues will continue to fester.
Republican lawmakers who pushed the bill through the Legislature argued that the state is flush with surplus revenue and can afford to give pandemic-battered businesses a tax break. Democrats opposed the changes.
“I know many Vermonters like me are deeply disappointed following today’s decision by the Supreme Court, as this decision rolls back a federal right that women have had for decades. It’s Important to note, a woman’s right to choose is a principle we will uphold in Vermont.”
The U.S. Supreme Court overturned the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade decision Friday, sending the authority to regulate and restrict abortions back to the states. Democrats and liberals sharply criticized the ruling. Republicans celebrated the decision.
One of my favorite organizations is Institute for Justice, that defends citizens whose property rights are trampled by governments. One recent case is that of Vicki Baker, who lives in a suburb of Dallas.
Act 47 of 2019, which guarantees a woman’s right to choose an abortion, was the law of the land in Vermont before Dobbs, and it will be the law of the land after Dobbs.
Today’s U.S. Supreme Court decision changes the legality of abortion in our state. Passage of H. 57, now Act 47, is clear statutory protection of unlimited and unregulated abortion throughout all nine months of pregnancy.
With the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade, they acknowledge that abortion is not a constitutionally-protected right. The issue will now be decided by the people and the elected officials in their respective states.