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We’re Going To Expand Social Security, Not Cut It
Social Security is one of the most popular and successful government programs in the history of our country. For more than 80 years, through good times and bad, Social Security has paid out every benefit owed to every eligible American on time and without delay. Not once over more than eight decad

‘A Slap in the Face’: Less Than $2m Coming to Vermont Farmers
ST. ALBANS - Better than nothing, but not by much. That's how farmers, industry officials and members of Congress are characterizing the Trump administration’s plan to aid dairy farmers hit by tariffs as a result of the President’s "trade war." The proposal includes direct relief of 12

AG Opens Investigation Into Online Threats Against Kiah Morris
BENNINGTON - Attorney General TJ Donovan has opened an investigation into online threats that played a role in the decision of state Rep. Kiah Morris, D-Bennington, to end her campaign for a third House term. Morris, who is African-American, bowed out of the race on Friday, the deadline to allow lo

Statement on UVM Medical Center Nursing Crisis
I am delighted to be here today with Deb Snell, president of AFT Vermont who has been a registered nurse at the UVM Medical Center for 19 years and is with the Medical Intensive Care Unit; Laurie Aunchman, president of the Vermont Federation of Nurses and Health Professionals who has been a register


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