Letter to the editor: Assault weapons aren’t ‘Vt. way’

I am a teacher in an Addison County school. I come from two very large families that needed hunting and nature to sustain them. I am familiar with guns and know how to shoot them. My founding families did not need assault weapons to put food on their table. If you feel that you need assault weapons to provide for your family maybe you need glasses and shouldn’t be driving, as well.
Assault weapons is not the Vermont way. I did not become a teacher to be able to carry weapon to work.
Beth Ekroos

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