Letters To The Editor
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To the editor: The Washington Post editorial "The high cost of single-payer health care," which the Banner reprinted on June 19., struck me as both confusing and, in part, logically inconsistent.First, the amount of tax dollars required to fund … more
To the editor:I thought the GOP was the party of the businessperson, but Mr. McClaughry has written another tone deaf assault on health care economics 101. What part of "the bigger the pool, the smaller the risk" doesn't work for you, sir?— … more
To the editor:At the (Bennington) Select Board meeting on (Monday), the board voted to adopt the Water Fund and Sewer Fund budgets for FY18. The board reviewed the budgets in a publicly warned work session on June 19 at the Bennington Free Library. … more
To the editor:On behalf of Mt. Anthony Union High School's "School to Work Program," I would like to thank the following community members for another remarkable semester of experiential learning. This program provides an integral educational … more
To the editor:Isn't it bizarre that the Select Board may be starting a new bad habit of keeping the public in the dark. More important information was given at a workshop meeting at the library on June 19 than at any regularly scheduled meeting the … more
To the editor:I am writing in response to Bob Stannard's commentary "What happened to the Christians?" (June 17). There are in fact millions of Christians — and Jews, Muslims and many other faiths — who stand against and are outraged by … more
To the editor:On behalf of the Bennington-Rutland Supervisory Union (BRSU) I would like to extend our sincerest gratitude to some of the organizations that have offered support to our students and families throughout the 2016-2017 school … more
To the editor:The Banner (June 15) reported that Hoosick Falls officials have hired the law firm of Nolan & Heller to represent the Village in PFOA settlement talks with Saint Gobain and Honeywell, relative to presently incurred and future … more
To the editor:Vermont has been living with a self-inflicted wound for the last several weeks after Governor Scott decided late in the game that he wanted to move health care negotiations for teachers to the state level. Despite claiming that he had … more
To the editor:Governor Phil Scott has seemed to be an anti-Trump Republican in this blue state, but now he is playing a brand of politics that's taking a page from his GOP colleagues around the nation.He is proposing to veto the state budget that … more
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