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Vermonters for a New Economy

Vermont Town Meeting Campaign

We were successful in getting articles in favor of a state bank on the town meeting warnings in 20 towns. The towns are: Bakersfield, Barnet, Berlin, Calais, Craftsbury, East Montpelier, Enosburg, Fayston, Greensboro, Marlboro, Montpelier, Plainfield, Putney, Randolph, Rochester, Royalton, Ryegate, Tunbridge, Waitsfield, and Warren. We wish to thank all those who engaged in the process of talking to their neighbors and gathering the necessary signatures.

The other really good news is that Washington County State Senator Bill Doyle has agreed to include a question asking people if they support a state bank on his annual town meeting questionaire so even those who live in towns that will not be discussing a state bank as part of the town meeting agenda will be able to weigh in on the question.

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What does North Dakota have that Pennsylvania does not.

More jobs, lower taxes
Public Banking
Banking for Main Street, Not Wall Street

Like Pennsylvania, the state of North Dakota is experiencing a boom in energy production. But unemployment in Pennsylvania remains at almost seven percent, in many communities far higher, foreclosures roll on and municipalities have made sometimes savage cuts in basic services like education.

North Dakota has two percent unemployment, rising incomes, a regular budget surplus and low taxes. No banks have failed and students and businesses can get affordable, low cost loans.

What does North Dakota have that Pennsylvania does not? A public bank.

Learn why cities, counties and states from Vermont to California and from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh are working to establish their own public banks, and what you can do to insure a prosperous Pennsylvania - now and for the future.

Banking for Main Street, not Wall Street

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