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VT Headlines: Municipalities take on the burden of hotel housing program ending

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  1. Mr Sanders, Please understand that a right is only a right if no one else has to be involved for you to do it.

  2. I find it interesting the “non-profits” threatening to cut services due to funding and staffing shortages. Take a gander at their websites and review how many directors and executives are listed along with their stellar biographies. I suppose none of those high-end earners are willing to take a pay cut or step down for the sake of the mission? Vermont is a grifter’s paradise indeed. The good news is the grift is about to go belly-up. Declared and decreed.

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