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Way back in May of 2019, when he was campaigning to be the presidential nominee of the Democratic Party, Joe Biden said, “China is going to eat our lunch? Come on, man. I mean, you know, they’re not bad folks, folks. But guess what? They’re not competition for us.”

Like so many Vermonters, we were sickened and angered by the experiences of the Vermont women of color highlighted in VTDigger this week in the article entitled, “As women of color leave Rutland and Bennington counties, Vermonters reckon with racism.” These stories are horrifying. And also not surprising. There is no Vermont exceptionalism. Like the rest of the nation, we have real work to do here in the Green Mountain State.

There is no secret that this legislative year will be different. Not only are we dealing with how to do our job for our constituents and the people of New Hampshire in the midst of a pandemic that has taken so much from us already, but sadly we are doing it in an ultra politicized environment on both the state and national level.