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We live in a (very) modest house. We have three young children and two cats. Space is something we frequently run out of and something I am nearly always dreaming about having more of. Four times a … more
I live in Pomfret and work out of my home for the Connecticut River Conservancy, a non-profit, membership-based organization whose motto is Clean Water, Healthy Habitat, Thriving Communities.The … more
Congressman Peter Welch's continued taking of campaign contributions from special interests including corporations (legal corruption) has aggravated the opioid epidemic, probably causing harm to many … more
My mornings begin with hot coffee and a quote to help me frame my day and my work. After posting a quote on social media, I turn to several newspapers online to catch up on state, national, and world … more
A number of years ago, then state representative Daryl Pillsbury made an effort to pass a bill that would require hospitals to be subject to an open meeting law. It would have meant that hospital … more
If someone has the political acumen to run for office I suppose you should run for office. Does that mean you have to be a lifelong politician? I honestly don't think you need to be someone who has … more
While it includes some useful changes, the House bill to reform education funding fails in its stated objective, which was to "simplify the funding process" and "strengthen the connection between … more
In annual surveys around town I find people wanting many issues addressed at Representative Town Meeting (RTM). One surprise this year is sidewalks and snow removal: they're mentioned as often as … more
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