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Last week, the consensus among those who are paid to know these things was that the economy was on the verge of robust growth. There was all that money out there, provided by the government. The virus was in retreat. There were job openings – literally millions of them – waiting to be filled.

On Wednesday, April 21, a Caledonian-Record employee received a benefit packet from the Vermont Department of Unemployment. The material said he was eligible for payments even though he didn’t apply for assistance and has been a full-time employee of the paper since the late 90s.

The Vermont Legislature is currently considering whether or not to tax the forgiven loan I received under the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) that offered my business, Sugarsnap Catering, the relief that kept us afloat over the last horrific year.