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The House Agriculture and Forestry Committee spent time this past week introducing and working on H.663, a Rural Enterprise Development Bill. We worked on a similar bill last year but decided to make … more
I can't actually recall when I first heard of Dr. King. Certainly, I watched his "I Have a Dream Speech" as a young girl in the 1970s and saw the inspiring newsreels from the 1963 March on Washington. And I read picture books about him when Black History … more
When the Zen-like question, "What is the sound of one hand clapping?" was posed to me many years ago I never gave it much thought. It seemed like an unanswerable question and so I let it be, trying … more
Do you remember where you were when you first learned of the horrific shooting of school kids at Columbine High School in Colorado? On April 20, 1999, I was in San Francisco visiting my sister and … more
We have a unique domestic situation going on with pets this winter and it's driving me and my fiancee nuts. OK, from the beginning; we have two cats. They're usually great. One is a 14-year-old … more
I define talking-point morons as people who hear the same thing over and over again and repeat it like it's some sort of fact — people who have visceral reactions to one subject and basing your … more
On my first day in office, I set three strategic priorities: strengthen the economy, make Vermont more affordable and protect the most vulnerable. These goals guide my administration in everything we … more
Blood pressure is one of those health indicators that is easy for people to ignore. They don't feel the effects of un-managed blood until it's usually too late to do anything about it. That is why … more
Something big had happened: My newsfeed was chock full of Oprah Winfrey. Even as I type her last name, I know it's superperflous; everyone knows her by "Oprah." There is only one, and she's been … more
Well, 2018 has finally arrived. We got through 2017 because we are resilient and strong, but we have a way to go, don't we? Maybe three more years, maybe until after the midterms, where we can flip … more
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