Together We Win!

Across our state people are joining together to build a movement for rights and real democracy. We’re sending the message to our elected officials that we want policies that lead to happy, healthy, and just communities for all Vermonters. Join us! 

Sign on to our Together We Win agenda and become a member of RAD.

I support a Vermont where:

  • Every working person earns a livable wage and has dignified working conditions.

  • Everyone has access to quality healthcare, education, affordable housing and social supports paid for with a progressive and fair tax system.

  • We have an economy that creates good jobs while taking bold action to protect the environment and address climate change.

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    Sign the Together we Win agenda!
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    Sign the Together we Win agenda! http://www.radvt.org/?recruiter_id=31176
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    Frank Kropa
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    Eileen Haddon
  • signed 2016-08-22 11:26:44 -0400
    Good for you, T.J.!
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    Finn Yarbrough
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  • signed 2016-08-21 00:20:07 -0400
    Close all the private prisons in Vermont (including the ones Homeland Security uses). They are inhumane, abusive, and many people in the private prisons should not be there, and would not be in prison except for the profits and quotas.
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  • signed 2016-08-20 11:12:04 -0400
    Private prisons have created a nightmarish mix of human rights violations, conflicts of interest, and increased recidivism due to the movement of incarcerated persons to distant states. Support networks for those persons become weakened or stretched beyond the breaking point. Claims that money is saved through privatization cannot withstand closer scrutiny once the complete picture of what is taking place is considered fully.

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