Law enforcement agencies and members of the public have donated about 1,000 body-armor vests and 45 helmets for the defense of Ukraine.
Russian gasoline and liquor are driving Vermonters and other Americans less and less these days. All liquor store proceeds from the sale of Russian-made products for one week have been set aside for humanitarian assistance in Ukraine.
Vermont law enforcement agencies are teaming up to donate used and expired body-armor vests to military units in Ukraine.
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Vermont’s support for Ukraine has gone way beyond removing Russian-made products from Vermont liquor stores.