Letters To The Editor
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Single-payer is the only way forwardEditor of the ReformerThe latest brawl around health care financing and affordability - as discussed in several recent Reformer editorials and op-ed pieces - is yet another sign that America's system doesn't work. … more
Editor of the Reformer:An age-old trick is to make an outrageous comment or accusation and then stand back and watch what happens. If the thought does not get legs, then the accuser has learned what doesn't matter much to people. If it does get … more
Editor of the Reformer:Along with some 800 others, I walked across the new I-91 bridge on March 4. We were impressed by all we saw and heard. The old saw, "Good enough for government work," simply does not apply.But what we saw didn't impress me … more
Editor of the Reformer: Just recently I met a friend in Newfane village for a stroll of the lovely village. As we were walking we noticed the sidewalks were covered in a large amount of dog feces. We were appalled by irresponsible pet owners and the … more
Editor of the Reformer:I was elated to read that the Brattleboro School Board will be adding the full-time position of a school social worker to the budget in March.As a recently retired school social worker, I cannot emphasize too much the … more
Editor of the Reformer:While Senator Jim Jeffords was struggling with the decision to leave the Republican party David Frum, a speech writer for President George W. Bush, was likely crafting some of the very messages that drove our Senator to this … more
Editor of the Reformer:Parks Place Community Resource Center has been home to the Greater Falls community for more than 20 years. Creating and maintaining a safe and comfortable space for everyone in our community has always been a priority to us, … more
Editor of the Reformer:On March 4th, The Winston Prouty Center for Child and Family Development hosted its 3rd Annual Mini-Golf Classic Par for the Cause at its new home on the former Austine Campus. The Par is Prouty's signature fundraising event … more
Editor of the Reformer:First things first, I want to thank you for being the "country doctor" that you are. And sheriff (while fulfilling the duties of high bailiff).Many years ago — reluctant was I, at first of you not being the doctor of the … more
Editor of the Reformer:After nearly 40 years Bob Backus is retiring. Dr. Bob joined the medical staff of Grace Cottage Hospital in the early 1970s. The indispensable nurse-choreographer of the office, Sue Clark, would greet you as Dr. Bob buzzed out … more
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