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Op-Ed: Vermont lawmakers could small businesses fleeing

As the Vermont General Assembly closes out this legislative session, NFIB, which represents more than a thousand small-business owners in the state, urges the legislature to consider the cumulative impact of the costly mandates being considered. These proposals will make … Continued

Op-Ed: Proficiency based learning not proficient

Vermont’s student test scores are falling. It’s no longer a blip, but a trend. As State Board of Education member Bill Mathis said, “When you have two different tests showing much the same thing, you have to pay attention to … Continued

Terrigenous Landscape Architecture receives design award

CHESTER, Vt. – Terrigenous Landscape Architecture has recently been awarded a design award from the Vermont Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects as part of their annual award competition. Terrigenous received a merit award for the Alpaca Farm … Continued

Nitka’s notes from the Statehouse, May 10, 2018

Dear Editor, There are so many bills passing these days as the session draws to a close that the daily Senate and House calendars are an inch or two thick. The calendars are available electronically as well, however in the … Continued

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