Senator Bernie Sanders met with Vermont members of the American College of Physicians, a national organization with a membership of 125,000 internists, internal medicine subspecialists, and medical students, residents, and fellows. Pictured from left to right are: Nathaniel Price, M.D., Chris E. Holmes, M.D., Ph.D., Senator Sanders, Mark Levine, M.D., and Lynda Tilluckdharry, MBChB.
Senator Bernie Sanders threw out the first pitch when Center City Little League in Burlington’s Roosevelt Park began its 25th season. Sanders was mayor of Burlington in 1984 when he helped establish the youth baseball program that was then called the Old North End Little League.
Senator Bernie Sanders joined Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and others in unveiling the Consumer-First Energy Act of 2008, a bill that addresses the root causes of high gasoline prices. The legislation addresses the root causes of high gas prices by standing up to the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries that collude to set high oil prices, and standing up to Big Oil and greedy oil traders who manipulate the market.
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