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    Sterrett: Vermonters should innovate with its federal health care dollars

    04/24/2015 02:12 PM EDT
    By Dave Sterrett, Esq. Vermont, like most other states, is struggling with how to pay for ever-increasing health care costs. 
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    Pay as you throw comes to Brattleboro
    04/23/2015 07:50 PM EDT - Pay-as-you-throw garbage disposal will start in Brattleboro just over two months from now, on Monday, June 29. Full Story

    White: News from the Vermont Senate
    04/22/2015 08:01 PM EDT - Crossover is when all bills originating in the Senate have to be passed out of committee in order to give the House time to work on them and vice versa. Full Story

    Davis: The sausage machine
    04/22/2015 12:31 AM EDT - The Vermont legislative sausage machine has come to a grinding halt as far as bill H. Full Story

    Another View: Driving lessons – race, poverty and traffic stops
    04/13/2015 08:37 PM EDT - When the sickening footage emerged last week of police killing Walter Scott, I was at a gym in Montpelier watching cable news. Full Story

    Notes from Montpelier: Process turned upside down
    04/12/2015 08:21 PM EDT - We witnessed an interesting series of events in relation to H. Full Story

    Editorial: Much good came from Tsarnaev trial
    04/12/2015 08:20 PM EDT - The conviction of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on all 30 charges related to his involvement in the Boston Marathon bombing was essentially a foregone conclusion given the defense team's strategy. Full Story

    The View from Faraway Farm: Hedge your bets
    04/12/2015 08:17 PM EDT - Our heating season isn't over just yet. The bitterly cold winter we just came through simply cost more. Full Story

    Kane: Childhood matters ... very much
    04/10/2015 07:19 PM EDT - Educators and clinicians have long recognized that children and youth with social, emotional, and learning problems often experience neglect and abuse in earlier years. Full Story

    Gordon: An expanded vision for school reform
    04/10/2015 07:15 PM EDT - With the great attention to school issues in Vermont lately, it is unfortunate to hear the discourse revolving narrowly around some deeply held but too often unquestioned presumptions that: Providing the same education to all is fair; organization of middle and high schools must largely mirror that for elementary schools; bigger schools are inherently more effective because of presumed economies Full Story

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    Residents help guide geese out of downtown Montana city

    MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — It was no gaggle of geese, but two birds and a baby waddling through a downtown Montana city stopped traffic and brought out the shutterbugs. Full Story
    Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Guest lineups for the Sunday TV news shows: ABC's "This Week" — Peter Schweizer, author of a book about the Clinton family foundation; Rep. Full Story