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Wallack weighs consulting job with Dartmouth-Hitchcock, says it won’t conflict with her work for Vermont
By raising the minimum wage to $11.50 or $12 an hour and expanding the state’s tax credit for low-income, working families, Vermont could begin to close the huge gap between the cost of a decent standard of living and what most low-wage workers have to live on.
The we-need-more-research argument, especially if the research is done by industry-paid scientists, is simply a way to delay regulation and preserve the status quo.
Here's the latest inconvenient truth: WiFi is an industrial strength microwave radiation, especially when used for powering a classroom full of computers.
“It shouldn’t surprise us that some folks have taken some old ideas and tuned them up, and put them back on the table.” — Gov. Peter Shumlin on health care consultant Ken Thorpe’s plan