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Without federal grant funding it is unlikely that health centers will be able to continue efforts in reducing barriers to access for health services.
Arresting a few people in Vermont to suppress their free speech is to set your foot on a slippery slope.
Our society is in a horrible state, reminiscent of the couples I have counseled with in the midst of their broken relationships and possible divorce.
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Authorities acknowledge that despite round-the-clock patrols and an advanced network of surveillance technology, they can’t be certain how much criminal activity occurs along the border.
The opiate treatment facility closed in January after multiple state investigations into allegations of Medicaid fraud, inadequate patient care and a hostile work environment.
The Coventry Selectboard is suing Cynthia Diaz who is town clerk, treasurer and delinquent tax collector after auditors estimated $150,000 is missing. She calls it “a smear campaign.”
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“I don’t know about you, but I know that down in the Marble Valley our women know how to handle themselves, frankly, with a firearm. You could make a very real argument that taking … a firearm from a home could actually make a woman or a victim less safe.” — Rep. Job Tate, R-Mendon, arguing against a bill allowing temporary confiscation of firearms in domestic violence situations