Joined at Burlington roundtable by patients and representatives of insurers and providers
BURLINGTON, Vt.— This morning, Rep. Peter Welch (D-VT) outlined his legislative agenda in the new Congress to make prescription drugs more affordable for consumers, taxpayers, and businesses providing health coverage to employees. Welch unveiled his four-point initiative at an affordable medicine roundtable he convened at the Community Health Centers of Burlington.
"We deplore President Trump’s decision to unilaterally halt the refugee resettlement program. By imposing a blanket ban on entire nationalities of men, women and children facing horrific violence and devastation, he has allowed fear to triumph over compassion and common sense. Struggling families, fleeing peril and motivated to start their lives anew, have enriched America and contribute imme
In speech on the House floor: Show us the beef
Persistent phone call completion problems in rural communities are creating major inconveniences for families, hurting businesses, and threatening public safety
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Congressman Welch and Democratic members of Congress introduced bills in the U.S. House and Senate that would require the President and Vice President to disclose and divest any potential financial conflicts of interest.