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  • Collection: University of Vermont Libraries, Special Collections

Senator Prouty sent this newsletter on education to constituents in Vermont. It closes with a warning statement about the actions of the majority and goes some way in expressing a minority sentiment in the Senate.

Vehicle safety invention, the Triex D-Light, is intended to decrease rear-end collisions by notifying other drivers when a vehicle is decelerating.

Letter urging support of the bill without amendment or reconsideration to provide consumer protections against "unfair and deceptive packaging practices"

A letter from a constituent expresses the opinion that "aside from avoiding nuclear disaster," controlling billboards and junkyards is a serious matter.

A company that manufactures food packaging opposes changes to regulations on printed designations of weight and the use of images on food packages.

Letter enumerating the company's views on how the bill might impact the business

Letter introducing an advertising campaign for safe driving practices among teenagers

Letter introducing an advertising campaign for safe driving practices among teenagers

This constituent expressed the opinion that the Highway Beautification Act could be too strict and negatively impact his business.

Babcock, in his capacity as Provost of the Vermont State Colleges, offered his views on bills regarding higher education, with a focus on the impact in Vermont.
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