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UPDATE: The Court has ruled that the Newport store, formerly doing business as the UPS Store, must comply with the Governor’s Executive Order. The ruling requires that the store owner & employees wear masks to operate the business. #VTpoli http://bit.ly/3qMVfuQ
ICYMI: There's an expungement tele-clinic on March 5 from 10-2. The clinic is open to the public w. support from my office, @VermontLegalAid, @CodeForBTV, @VermontAllies, Association of Africans Living in Vermont (AALV), Caroline Fund, Migrant Justice & Mercy Connections.
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