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Education

Hunter safety and homestead gardening need to make it to classrooms.  School Choice is an asset to many communities, is it best for the state?  Normalizing socialization is priority for returning to school.   Forestry and heavy equipment operation training will ensure Vermont forests are cleared with great purpose.

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Social Services

Reparations are the next step moving forward to an equal society.  Reparations in Vermont will be in the form of land grants to diverse families from around America.  Largely funded by the taxation of marijuana, Vermont needs to reward those who were punished for non violent marijuana crimes.

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Environment

Rural hobbies are the next recreational economy for Vermont.  Dirt bikes, Side-by-Sides, and Four Wheelers deserve the opportunity to ride competitively without leaving the state.  Environmental regulations need to be adjusted to encourage long term family planning.

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Budget

TAX MARIJUANA.

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Income

Paid Family Leave must be passed in Vermont to be considered a safe environment for families to grow and feel welcome.  Maternity Leave for a year  and Paternity leave for six months should be Vermont's target goal to optimize the quality of life for families.

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Income

Seniors are struggling to adapt to the immense cost of living, harsh environmental seasons, limited transportation, and declining family population.   A Universal Income study will determine if merging to a one payment system will reduce costly regulatory programs already overstretched.

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