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Vermonters have always had a "live and let live" attitude toward their neighbors and friends.
In fact, the lack of cultural diversity often surfaced as a concern in educational circles during the time Eisikovits spent at the University of Vermont, to the point that it was seen to jeopardize the effective preparation of young Vermonters to participate in the larger culturally heterogeneous society.
As a Vermonter who is "party to a civil union," there is much I could bemoan about how civil unions are not truly equal to marriage.
Increasing the difference in costs in the two states "will only drive Vermonters across the border to New Hampshire, where they'll fill the rest of their market basket as well," costing Vermont businesses more than just lost beer sales, said Paul Lapotsky of Farrell Distributing Corp.
Conference of Catholic Bishops, the National Jewish Commission on Law and Public Affairs, the Claremont Institute, the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, the National Association for Independent Schools, the Center for Educational Reform, Vermonters for Better Education, the CATO Institute, the Pacific Legal Foundation, the Rutherford Institute, the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights and the Christian Legal Society.
Coming out was a difficult step, but after a few months it was obvious that Vermonters were comfortable with their first openly gay state official.
In the 1980s, rapid growth was driving up the cost of Vermont's housing and displacing low-income tenants, while pressuring farmers into selling land and gobbling up the farms and woods that to most Vermonters were the very essence of their state.
For example, three-fourths of Vermonters ranked energy efficiency as the prime consideration in an appliance purchase.
In book after book, page after page, we hear the voices of Vermonters, caring for one another, building their communities sharing hardship and joy.
Under those circumstances, I'm sure even staid Vermonters would develop a hard-nosed attitude.
Shared Housing Alternatives for Rural Elders (SHARE) is a private organization that identifies and develops shared housing opportunities for older Vermonters and adults with disabilities.
August 28, 2011 is a day Vermonters won't soon forget thanks to the ravaging flood-waters caused by torrential rain dumped on the region by Tropical Storm Irene.