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Free markets, driven forward by open competition and unconstrained by burdensome regulations, have always been the surest route to prosperity. Dedication to this principle distinguished New Hampshire … more
Each year, Vermont's grocers and retailers hire hundreds of high school and college students for their first jobs. They train them to use a cash register, to show up for work on time and in clean … more
The day after H. 333 - the gender-free bathroom bill — passed on the floor of the Senate on a unanimous vote, I received a short, snarky email in my legislative inbox from a Vermonter outside … more
Gov. Phil Scott recently penned a letter to legislators listing legislation he intends to veto. The veto list shouldn't be viewed in terms of which Montpelier politicians will "win," but rather how … more
Yes, the program I coordinate, Fraud Watch is part of AARP, an organization dedicated to the well-being of retired Americans. But guess what - fraudawareness is not something limited to senior … more
Most of us believe that we live in a free and democratic society where freedom of speech is honored and humane consideration or our individuality is expected and respected. Yet when we work within … more
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