As the previous two segments have demonstrated, because of the vague language we as Vermonters have much more to lose than abortion rights, which are already available in previous law. This segment will look at Costs to Taxpayers, Healthcare, and Who’s Watching Out for Abortion Survivors.
Vermonters would be wise to elect state senators who do not mock the people who pay their salaries. As for Sen. Mark MacDonald, you should apologize to every Vermonter and then resign.
Prop 5 is framing abortion as the exercise of reproductive freedoms and rights, but is the absurdity here not giving you pause?
Article 22 will have significant implications for women’s mental health issues as well as the rights of mothers and fathers. In many ways, Article 22 threatens a mother’s rights to carry children to term and give birth.
Why are we making a change to the Vermont Constitution? Good question. We the People have an important vote coming in the November election that can change the course of Vermont. Every vote counts.
Have you seen the price of gasoline at your local gas station pumps? This is the Vermont of Progressives and Democrats. I paid $3.69 per gallon two days ago. This is happening all across the Green Mountain State to working Vermonters already struggling with inflation at the marketplace.
As an American of Ukrainian ancestry, I grew up listening to my relatives talk about how the Ukrainians suffered under Russian control — how they starved and froze, of the atrocities committed by the Russian soldiers, how members of my own family were murdered for resisting the Communists.
Biden’s ties to the former Soviet Union have no doubt contributed to the situation we are in. For example, he contributed mightily to the well being of Russia by shutting down the U.S. energy infrastructure.
We are hosting another symposium next Saturday, Feb. 26, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Ignite Church in Williston. Join us!
What I am about to relate is one of the most disheartening, if not one of the most outright disgusting things I have ever seen in my eight-year tenure as a lobbyist. Let me explain.
The last resort in getting the people in charge to listen and to see is to shut off the money supply. I will be voting no on my school budgets. It is past time to pause, reflect and change course away from what is going wrong at Vermont’s government run schools.
Men will finally have a say over their offspring that is growing in a woman’s womb. Prop 5 in the Vermont Constitution will supersede even H.57. An abortion is an interference with the man’s right to reproduce.