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Right-to-Know Fight Heats Up as Pro-GMO DARK Act Advances
Senate committee approves bill that would overrule mandatory label laws passed on the state level
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Will Trump "Feel the Bern" at Campaign Stop in Sanders' Hometown?
While GOP frontrunner bloviates inside, organizers take on billionaire's antics with mass silent protest outside
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'Huge Ovation': Citing #ExxonKnew, Vermont Governor Calls for Fossil Fuel Divestment
'Owning ExxonMobil stock is not a business Vermont should be in,' declared Gov. Peter Shumlin during State of the State address
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Local Fracking Opponents Confront Their Politicians in Paris
PARIS, France – In one of the first edgier, unsanctioned confrontations at the official "Le Bourget" climate summit, a flank of young anti-fracking activists on Wednesday interrupted a panel of US politicians, including Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin, calling out their hypocrisy as climate leaders...
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With Solo Arrest, Bill McKibben Spotlights Exxon's "Unparalleled Evil"
'We need to let people know what we now know about Exxon Mobil. In a noisy world, this may be what we have to do.'
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Why Surprising Numbers of Republicans Vote for Bernie Sanders
Ann Coulter knows who she wants to be the Democratic nominee for president, and who that person is, well, it may surprise you . She wants Hillary Clinton to be the nominee, and thinks that if Bernie gets the nod, he'll beat whoever the Republicans come up with to run against him. You won't hear me...
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'Today We Begin a Political Revolution': Bernie Sanders Launches Presidential Bid in Vermont
"Don't underestimate me," says the independent who has entered to challenge Hillary Clinton for the Democratic nomination. "We're going to do better than people think. And I think we got a shot to win this thing."
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‘Don’t Underestimate Me’: Bernie Sanders Knows a Thing or Two About Winning
BURLINGTON, Vermont — For the first century after the founding of the Grand Old Party in 1854, Republicans dominated the politics of the state of Vermont like no other. For more than 100 years, Vermont Republicans won every major race for every statewide office. Republican presidential candidates...
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Denied! Powerful Industry Groups Get Setback in Effort to Keep Consumers in the Dark on GMOs
District court upholds constitutionality of Vermont's GMO labeling law; denies injunction sought by industry groups
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Economists Throw Weight Behind Universal Health Care in Vermont
'Publicly financed health care systems result in improved health outcomes, lower costs and greater equity,' reads letter delivered Thursday
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