Bernie Sanders & Rutland Herald

Bernard Bernie Sanders (born September 8, 1941) is the junior United States Senator from Vermont. He previously represented Vermont's at-large district in the United States House of Representatives. The Rutland Herald is the second largest Daily Newspaper in the U.S. state of Vermont (after the Burlington Free Press). 5.0/5

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Today's news from Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.): Global Warming: Sen. Bernie Sanders has joined Senate colleagues in forming a new task force to highlight climate change. The Senate Climate Action Task Force questioned why the issue hasn’t gotten more attention on Sunday morning news programs. Sanders pointed to a study by the media watchdog group Media Matters for America, which found that during 2012 the news shows devoted a total of 8 minutes to climate change, according to an Associated Press report in the Rutland Herald and on WPTZ-TV on Monday and Tuesday. NSA Spying: “The president really faces some challenges in Congress. He's not only up against opposition in his own party, from Bernie Sanders, but Rand Paul and others in the Republican Party. They're almost forming a new coalition that's really going to push back I think against the president's recommendations,” Robert Costa of The Washington Post said on Fox News Sunday. MLK Day: Sen. Sanders spoke at an event marking Martin Luther King Jr. ...
Today's news from Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.): Health Centers Expand: A new round of federal grants will support three more federally-funded health clinics in Vermont in addition to the eight already caring for one in five Vermonters. Sen. Bernie Sanders announced Thursday that the Battenkill Valley Health Center based in Arlington, Vt., the Five-Town Health Alliance based in Bristol, Vt., and clinics affiliated with Gifford Medical Center in Randolph, Vt., will receive the federal designation. Altogether, 163,000 Vermonters will now receive affordable primary medical, dental and mental health care and low-cost prescription drugs, according to the Bennington Banner, Rutland Herald, Vermont Public Radio and an Associated Press article carried by the Burlington Free Press, Times Argus, Valley News and others. “It is just a huge step forward for primary health care in the state of Vermont,” Sanders said. Senate Approves Ban on *** Bias at Work: The Senate passed legislation Thursday banning workplace dis ...
Lenard Earl shared a link via Bernie Sanders. AMERICAN PEOPLE...If "I" or "yoU" continually insisted on and continually went after "cutting"/"reducing" the "Social Security Benefits" that you/others paid into (usually on 100% of your Earned Income) in advance anticipating to receiving them later in "life" when needed the most, while Many Others had/reached a Cutoff Limit/Cap and only paid (pay) up to what amounts to be a certain "percentage" of their Earned Income they earned regardless of amount over this "arbitrary" Cap/Limit even if it's "hundreds of millions of dollars" above it... Again, if "yoU" or "I" insisted on doing as mentioned above, "ones" visiting from "Outer Space" or somewhere (or maybe just any "FAIR" Minded/Thinking Person!) would/could probably think "WE" just might have some sort of "Mental Problem" if "WE" did NOT think about or consider Raising the Cap/Cutoff Limit on "those" who could/CAN AFFORD IT the most BEFORE TAKING AWAY FROM THOSE OF "LEAST AMONG US"...reckon!?! Do "YOU" suppo ...
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