Real Vermont News – A New Media Outlet

by Rob Roper

Representative Bob Frenier (R-Chelsea) is seeing and learning a lot in his new role in the State House — and he wants to share this news with the people of Vermont. He is creating a series of short videos titled “Real Vermont News” featured on Youtube and shared on social media.

EAI president Rob Roper is featured in two of these videos, the first discussion education and school choice legislation, and the second on the ramifications of Vermont passing a $15 minimum wage.

Take a look and share your feedback!

 

 

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Rich Malfa August 11, 2018 at 1:44 pm

Hi Bob—
Nice presentation in a real social -education issue!
You looked and came across great on camera!

Wonderful!!

Malf—

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Ed Christopher October 23, 2018 at 2:45 pm

Great!!! but not everyone is on Facebook, lots of senior citizens are not, hopefully will update format for all who are interested…Thanks Ed”C”

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