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Vermont Progressive Party state representative not running for reelection in 2010, or anything else

Vermont Progressive Party state representative David Zuckerman, who has been representing the same seat since 1996 (he ran unsuccessfully for it while he was attending University of Vermont in 1994), has decided that he will not be running for reelection this year. … Read more ...

Two Progressive Party state representatives on Vermont Public Radio

Representatives Sandy Haas and David Zuckerman, who were elected as Progressives and caucus with the Progressive Party in the state legislature, were interviewed on Vermont Public Radio.  Listen here.  The program description:

Vermont’s Progressive Party holds five seats in the House of Representatives, and major party status in the Fall 2010 elections. 

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VTdigger.org profiles executive director of Vermont Progressive Party

From VTdigger.org:

The 40-year-old [Morgan] doesn’t come across as a politician of any stripe; he is a soft-spoken spokesman for the third major party in Vermont, and he has the unenviable task of fielding questions on the touchy issue of whether the Progressives are election spoilers rather than a “keep’em honest” corrective to Democratic candidates who are unwilling to take strong positions on issues that matter to the Progressives.

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Progressive State Rep. David Zuckerman on hemp and the public option

State Representative David Zuckerman of Vermont, a Vermont Progressive Party member and a farmer, comments on hemp laws, the public option, and how they’re related.

Read the full thing on the Prog Blog:

This week a Vermonter, Will Allen, joined others from around the country in an act of civil disobedience in order to get attention to the laws governing hemp cultivation.

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