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  1. I have a better idea? How about Vermont STOP from encouraging drug use through forced “diversity”, being ineffectual on crime, focus on enabling mental health help and NOT “safe” shoot-up centers & nix driving long-term VT culture out because it’s seen as “wrong”?

    Less, drugs, less crime, less stress, less homelessness: LESS suicide.

    Ya know……the way it was not too long ago.

  2. Seeing the State rankings and metrics over the last 10 years I think that State , itself, should call that suicide hotline.

    God help us!!

  3. If this “hotline” runs like the rest of the State, I’m sure callers will be prompted to leave a message and someone will get back to them within three business days. Nice to see their policies working so well they decided to spend $225 million on “climate change” rather than addressing the real problems we face. Dispicible.