Vermont Governor Signs ‘Right-To-Die’ Law, Sparking Concerns May 21, 2013
The controversial law makes Vermont the fourth state in the nation to legalize doctor-assisted suicide.
Supreme Court Deems Alcohol Blood Tests Invasive, Group Proposes Lowering Legal Limit By Trisha Marczak
The new recommendations would lower the limit to .05, down from .08. For an average woman, this could lead to a DWI after consuming one beverage.
Hey Tourists, Guess Who’s Responsible For ‘Dirty’ Mexican Water? By Trisha Marczak
If you haven't figured it out by now, it's not the Mexicans.
Short-Sighted: NCLB Taking Students In Wrong Direction By Cutting Recess, PE By Trisha Marczak
Studies are increasingly revealing the connection between physical exercise and performance in the classroom.
American Indian Tribes Say Their Opposition To Keystone XL Isn’t Taken Seriously By U.S. By Trisha Marczak
“We oppose the tar sands oil mine in solidarity with Mother Earth and our First Nations allies,” one tribal member said.
Charitable Donations Keep Arizona Buyback Program Alive Before Summer Ban By Trisha Marczak
Corporations Have Their Eyes On An Increasingly Scarce Liquid Commodity: Water By Trisha Marczak
According to the chairman of Nestle Corporation, access to water is not a human right.
New Illinois Fracking Regulations Heralded As ‘Compromise’; Locals Disagree By Trisha Marczak
New statewide requirements for the industry come at the expense of localities' ability to impose their own rules.
Want To Boycott Monsanto? There’s An App For That By Trisha Marczak