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Today’s News: Friday, Dec. 11 2020

Employers may mandate vaccination after FDA approval

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Once the Federal Drug Administration has given final approval to a Covid-19 vaccine, an employer may mandate vaccination for employees, Health Commissioner Mark Levine said at Friday’s press conference.

Just thinking about – Carbon War on the poor; Scott, Trump and Texas; universal voting at Town Meeting

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The Queen City’s proposed “expect to suffer” fossil-fuel heat conversion program would inflict the most pain on the homeless and very poor.

Roxbury fish hatchery rebuilt

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The renovated facility will produce 25,000 pounds of fish — approximately 60,000 brook and rainbow trout annually for stocking in state waters. These fish will provide opportunities for anglers and play an important role in Vermont’s economy. Previous studies from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service have shown the Roxbury Fish Culture Station has contributed about $2.4 million dollars in annual economic impact to the state.

Prop 5 could prioritize abortion, sterilization, gender surgeries over other procedures, Right to Life warns

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I encourage the UVM MC board members to contemplate how that guarantee, if successfully passed, will impact the delivery of health care services. And to further contemplate to what extent abortions, sterilizations, sterilization reversals, surrogacy, fertility treatments, gender reassignment surgeries and their reversals, and other reproductive services would become a priority of not only funding, but also the provision of care over other health care services that are not a constitutional guarantee.

As moon rocks disappear nationwide, Vermont’s specimens are safe

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An investigation by a Texas attorney, and former NASA security officer, revealed that some of U.S. President Richard Nixon’s goodwill gifts of Project Apollo moon rock “chips” to all 50 states have gone missing.

Nine percent school tax increase? Vote it down, former NEA negotiator urges

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Education budgets also generally are approved routinely. This is the year that this habit absolutely must change. Vermont’s economy is in dire straits. The local education budgets must be scrutinized and challenged before they are approved.

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