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    Davis: Attacking the health effects of sugar-sweetened beverages

    03/03/2015 09:04 PM EST
    The Vermont Legislature is considering whether or not to impose a two cent per ounce excise tax on certain sugar sweetened beverages. 
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    Balint: Vermont versus the patent trolls
    03/03/2015 09:04 PM EST - In Norse and Scandinavian folklore, trolls are often depicted as ugly, mean, dim-witted creatures that emerge from their caves at night to menace unsuspecting humans. Full Story

    Landmark College is good for the community
    03/02/2015 09:48 PM EST - Landmark College is only 30 years old and our enrollment is at a high point. Full Story

    Point: Brattleboro needs changes to guarantee democracy
    03/01/2015 09:55 PM EST - By Brattleboro Common Sense The Pro-Democracy Amendments will restore free speech. Full Story

    Brattleboro Selectboard: Be informed before casting your vote
    03/01/2015 09:55 PM EST - The Brattleboro Selectboard asks you to consider the following when voting. Full Story

    Notes from Montpelier: Revenue shortfall will require tough decisions
    03/01/2015 09:51 PM EST - It's hard to believe that Town Meeting is here. I look forward to visiting with folks at all of the Town Meetings in my district. Full Story

    Brattleboro business owners urge a no vote on 1-percent tax
    02/26/2015 09:19 PM EST - The business owners listed below are asking Brattleboro voters to reject the proposed 1 percent hike in the Vermont sales tax for Brattleboro. Full Story

    White: Notes from the Senate
    02/25/2015 09:16 PM EST - This year has started off with a number of overwhelming issues that are confronting us — child protection, the budget shortfall, meaningful jobs with good benefits, education funding, guns, the state of our lakes and rivers, overcrowded prisons, etc. Full Story

    Davis: Fire and Ice
    02/24/2015 10:39 PM EST - You would think that people who have spent their lives in New England, especially after five or more decades, would learn to accept the weather and make the best of it. Full Story

    Notes from Montpelier: Entire state should be 'all in' for water quality
    02/22/2015 08:07 PM EST - As Town Meeting week approaches, we are keenly aware of the work that needs to be done. Full Story

    Glen Campbell children fighting wife's control of affairs

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Singer Glen Campbell's two oldest children are attempting to wrest control of his medical and financial decisions from his wife, Kim Campbell. Full Story