The Alliance for a Healthier Vermont represents a growing coalition of health care providers, businesses, and advocates for low income populations, children, seniors, and consumers who have signed on to the following resolution:
BE IT THEREFORE RESOLVED that the undersigned organization or business endorses:
JOIN US! Add your business or organization to the Alliance. Download the resolution here.
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