Senator Bill Doyle announced today his 45th annual Town Meeting questionnaire. Some of the questions to be included are do you believe water quality is a major issue in Vermont; should Vermont legalize marijuana; are you concerned about the increased use of opiates in Vermont?
There are also several questions relate to taxes: should Vermont have a payroll tax to reduce the cost of Medicaid; would a carbon tax benefit Vermont’s environment; should sugary drinks be taxed in order to reduce obesity; should Vermont have a one-day sales tax holiday?
There are other questions related to the environment and Vermont’s economy: do you believe water quality is a major issue in Vermont; is Lake Champlain as clear as you would like it to be; should natural gas be an important part of Vermont’s economy; is statewide cell service and broadband important to the future of Vermont’s economy; do you believe our state is doing a good job of attracting jobs to Vermont?
Other questions include: does Vermont have too many school districts, should Vermont’s Presidential Primary be on the same day as New Hampshire, do you believe Governor Shumlin is doing a good job.
Should you wish to reach Senator Doyle in relation to this survey, he may be contacted at: 371-7898; 223-2851; fax is 828-2424; email firstname.lastname@example.org.