Letters To The Editor
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Editor of the Reformer,Your editorial of June 5 on the Secretary of Education's statewide school governance plan is unconvincing on a number of fundamental issues. The Secretary's plan proposes to … more
Editor of the Reformer:The "Cut Social Security" Chorus is Singing Again. The 2018 Trustees' Report on Social Security came out a while ago. Conservatives, who oppose anything that involves … more
Editor of the Reformer,I would like to respond to the article in the Reformer ("Retreat employees protest schedule changes," June 26) about the Brattleboro Retreat's nursing staff and their … more
Editor of the Reformer,Why should we march with the Civil Rights For All banner in the 4th of July parade?Because civil rights give us people, a say in our future. Without civil rights we are at the … more
Editor of the Reformer,On behalf of the Alumni Association, I would like to thank and recognize the following for helping make Alumni Weekend such a smashing success: The Brattleboro Country Club for … more
Editor of the Reformer,Thank you to the Brattlelboro citizens of good will, especially those willing to make their mark in objecting to the heinous chalk message on Elliot Street. I can only hope … more
Editor of the Reformer,Tuesday's U.S. Supreme Court decision caps 16 months marked by uncertainty for Muslims and many others in the United States, as well as for those seeking to travel and study … more
Editor of the Reformer,Whatever happened to "Hate Has No Home Here"? Was it even a local who scrawled "Kill the Jews" in German on a sidewalk on Brattleboro? Does this person understand the … more
Editor of the Reformer,What if advocacy groups sponsoring a "public" forum for legislative candidates asked most of the questions before allowing a few from the audience at the very end? Would this … more
Editor of the Reformer,Established in Ripon, Wisconsin in 1854, the party displaced the disintegrating Whig party as the opposition to the Democrats, whose power had been rising over the previous … more
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