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How engaged citizenry has changed the laws in Vermont | David Zukerman | TEDxUVM
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Added Aug 5, 2016
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David Zuckerman introduced legislation for marriage equality, end-of-life choice, GE labeling, and cannabis reform. How did all of these bills become law? An engaged citizenry. As we watch Bernie build a revolution, we will reflect on how that started with engaged citizens here in Vermont.

He serves in the Vermont State senate from Chittenden County. Candidate for Vermont Lieutenant Governor. He owns full moon farm.

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