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If you watch the news media, and especially the accounts of things like the Peoples' March for Climate, Jobs and Justice, you would believe that the most critical problems facing America are deportation of immigrants for entering the country … more
As we have worked out the details of our various bills, we have become more aware of an issue that could have a huge impact on the working landscape in Vermont. S.34, an act relating to cross-promoting development incentives and State policy goals, … more
For quite a number of years, I've had a special car or motorcycle, or both, that get put up in the winter and brought back out in the spring for fair weather use. I have a number of friends who are more serious collectors than I am, squirreling away … more
Keeping track of my children is a challenging task. I'll admit that I have no idea what has become of most of them. They never write or call. This is the lot of a foster parent to wildlife. I had higher hopes for Burdock however, since porcupines … more
Vermont is made up of communities that care about each other and our beautiful surroundings. It comes from our respect for the past combined with a passion for a sustainable future. It's about taking care of what we have and innovating new products … more
Sometimes the language used by government agencies obscures the goal. The term "Patient-Centered Medical Home" is like that. People ask me all the time, "What does it mean, and why is it important?" I'd like to explain some of the ways that being a … more
Investing in early childhood education is not limited to the underlying economic benefits that can be achieved. We must also look at immediate economic issues that cannot be ignored. The average cost of out-of-home care in the United States is … more
For more than a century, Vernon has been a cutting-edge electricity producer for New England.This proud history has been dominated by two reliable, low-emission, affordable energy generators. In a plan we call "Re-Energizing Vernon," the Vernon … more
I'm ready for spring. I'm ready to start growing n — and eating — fresh veggies. Most years I wait until the soil warms up, but this year I planted lettuce, cabbage and spinach in April. I did it in a cold frame, and so far my plants are … more
It has been 12 years since Daryl Pillsbury and I started the Windham County Heat Fund. In that time we have raised close to $400,000 and have provided fuel assistance to somewhere near 1000 families and individuals.We don't take much credit for our … more
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