Letter to the editor: Article 22 on reproductive rights was misleading

Under Article 22 of the Vermont Constitution, Vermonters may be required to pay for medical procedures related to reproductive choice through increases in health insurance premiums.

Letter to the editor: Article 22 would ‘usurp parental rights’

Just one year ago, Vermont Family Alliance testified against Article 22. The following questions were asked and not answered until H89 was introduced on January 24, 2023.

Region’s voters follow state trends

County voters joined Vermonters overall in supporting winning candidates for federal and statewide office and in protecting reproductive rights in the state constitution.

Letter to the editor: Article 22 is not equal for all

Could Article 22 give men equal rights to choose?

Letter to the editor: Article 22 will protect care

Reproductive autonomy — the choice to determine when or whether to become pregnant — is a medical decision.

Letter to the editor: Article 22 would give power to unelected officials

If outspoken proponents of Prop 5/Article 22 are right, it will be the first constitutional amendment that will actually take away Vermonter’s individual rights.

Letter to the editor: Keep choice alive in Vermont

Letters and commentaries attacking Article 22/Prop 5 are usually self-contradictory and disingenuous.

Letter to the editor: Proposition 5 is vague, dangerous and unnecessary

I do not want any “compelling State interest” to make decisions for me regarding my health care.

Letter to the editor: Reproductive Liberty Amendment has problems

Though I regret the lack of nuance that has permeated the abortion debate for decades, I unequivocally support the right of a woman to obtain a safe and legal abortion, and I stand firmly in the camp of those who would allow a woman to decide, with her he … (read more)

Letter to the editor: Vote ‘yes’ on Proposition 5

I’ve been a Vermont nurse for 35 years and have worked in three Vermont hospitals.

Editorial: Why vote yes on Article 22? Because it’s a woman’s burden, not the state’s

Ignore the noise and focus on the principle being argued. That is, the amendment simply and plainly gives women personal control of their reproductive rights. 

Legislative Review: Don’t let misinformation sway you on reproductive health vote

One of the most important items on our ballots this year is a proposed amendment to the Vermont Constitution that would enshrine the right to personal reproductive liberty in our state’s constitution.

Letter to the editor: Article 22 is unnecessarily vague

Any constitutional amendment we are asked to vote on should be clear in its meaning and its intent.

Letter to the editor: Article 22 will affect hospitals

“Dangerous misinformation” is indeed being offered, but by Dr. Till.

Letter to the editor: Love of Lives is in Everyone’s DNA; Article 22

The passage of Article 22 would allow stopping a beating heart, thus ending a life of a human being, to become part of our Vermont Constitution.