Letters To The Editor
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To the editor:When Ryan Zinke was nominated by the Trump administration to oversee more than 500 million acres of our American public lands as Interior Secretary, sportsmen had high hopes that he would be, in his words, "a Teddy Roosevelt guy." As … more
To the editor:The recent series of articles detailing the history of the toxic chemical PFOA story by the Banner and VTDigger was an excellent example of journalism at its best. Both organizations are to be congratulated, and please continue this … more
To the editor:If you believed television commentators and print pundits, you would think that Republican efforts to repeal Obamacare (The Affordable Care Act) have produced a rousing debate between Americans about the best way to reform American … more
To the editor:I just attended a screening of a very interesting and infuriating movie called "Big Pharma — Market Failure." Made by a successful American businessman who sees out of control drug prices killing his business, the movie … more
To the editor:We have become a nation of "false news" junkies. In a recent Bennington Banner article detailing the presentation of award winning journalist, Ann Galloway, founder of VTDigger, we discovered that, "two thirds of Americans now get … more
To the editor: UVM's Center for Rural Studies included the following question in its 2017 Vermonter Poll: "Vermont wildlife policies allow certain species, including coyotes, crows, porcupines, skunks and weasels to be killed without limit even when … more
To the editor:Thanks to the Banner I was able to find the website showing the artist's drawings of proposed Putnam Block. They are very impressive, but I found that there was one thing, something I hoped to see, that was missing. There are all those … more
To the editor:I don't very often submit a letter to the Editor but I felt I had to make this one. The commentary article by Susan Stamper Brown titled, "Returning to the rule of law is cruel?" was spot on. Her points were well defined and outlined … more
To the editor:I write today seeking voter support for the upcoming Oct. 10 bond vote. This $9.85 million bond will pay for major upgrades throughout the Waste Water Treatment Facility. What is it we're doing and why so costly?One can't easily … more
To the editor:We have recently been privileged to read in the Banner an excellent series on the PFOA toxicity in North Bennington. For me, the most important part of the series was the one entitled "State Response to ChemFab Complaints Was Mixed." I … more
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