VT Leaders Must Oppose Trump EPA's Free Pass to Polluters Amid Crisis

It’s hard to be shocked these days by something the Trump administration does to harm the environment and public health. But several days ago, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Environmenta

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VPIRG Supports Measures to Keep Government Working; Elections Safe

The Vermont Senate voted today to adopt a number of temporary emergency reforms to facilitate the functions of government and democracy during the COVID-19 pandemic. These include changes to Vermont

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Our Priorities Have Shifted...

VPIRG Executive Director Paul Burns here. Like so many others, I am working from home, making sure friends and relatives are secure, figuring out how to homeschool our 3rd grader, and trying to adjus

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Climate Action Film Festival Goes Digital in Response to COVID-19

You may have heard some buzz recently about SunCommon's Climate Action Film Festival, featuring short films from near and far profiling inspiring individuals and communities working to take action to

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Bill to Ban Toxic Chemicals from Consumer Products Advances

In a strong showing of support to ban toxic PFAS chemicals from our consumer products, the Senate Health and Welfare Committee unanimously voted S.295— an act relating to perfluoroalkyl and polyf

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