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What’s Causing Vermont’s Dearth of Nurses? 

The original print version of this article was headlined "Dearth of Nurses | Training isn't keeping up with demand for crucial health professionals in Vermont"

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Colin Flanders

Colin Flanders

Colin Flanders is a political reporter at Seven Days, covering the Statehouse. He previously worked as a reporter at a group of Chittenden County weekly newspapers covering Essex, Milton and Colchester.


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