Education Op/Ed

Legislative Review: PCB remediation plan needs funds

The recent news that Vermont’s Attorney General has filed suit against Monsanto for its sale of PCB-containing materials is an important step to hopefully recoup what is on track to be tens of millions of dollars — perhaps hundreds of millions — to fund the Scott Administration’s PCB school testing and remediation program.

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