Letters To The Editor
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Editor of the Reformer:I am not a Muslim, but I will register as one, if need be; I am not a Jew, but I will register as one, if need be; I am neither Black, Brown, Yellow, nor Red, but I will register as each, if need be; I am not a transgender, … more
Editor of the Reformer:At this season of budgeting starts in our Legislature, I'd like to highlight the very positive work that is done by our local Parent Child Center here in Brattleboro.After almost 30 years in existence, these facilities are … more
Editor of the Reformer:Ever since Jan. 20, it has become apparent to me that I need a personal strategy so that I can withstand the onslaught that is the Trump presidency. The magnitude of our work as social activists feels overwhelming and … more
Editor of the Reformer:The U.S. is losing an average of 6,000 acres of open space every day, according to www.tpl.org/ourland. In Dummerston, in 1960, there were about 300 houses. Today, there are about 800. Almost all of those new houses were … more
Editor of the Reformer:After many years of banking with TD Bank, I find it necessary to close my accounts. I will no longer do my banking at TD bank in protest of the bank's investment in Energy Transfer Partners and the DAPL pipeline in North … more
Editor of the Reformer:I would like to respond to a recent letter published (Jan. 27, "Offended by the insert") in which the writer complains about a paid-for insert in the Weekend Reformer from the Vermont Right to Life Committee, writing, "I … more
Editor of the Reformer:There is so much I want to say about the subject of homelessness ("Winter especially hard for homeless family," Jan. 30).First, the Windham Windsor Housing Trust is not the answer; they are part of the problem, in my opinion. … more
Editor of the Reformer:This weekend, Marcelle and I had the pleasure of hosting hundreds of Vermonters for coffee before the Women's March on Washington. I could not be prouder of the thousands more who marched in the Green Mountain State in … more
Editor of the Reformer:I took the train to Washington to Women's March on Washington and I returned to Vermont with motivation and optimism for the future.In his final speech in Chicago, President Obama said, "we (have) become so secure in our … more
Editor of the Reformer:One of the biggest and longtime problems facing America is the anti-drug people. In their history, they account for more harm done to Americans then they have done good, and, to a greater degree than most other socio-cultural … more
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