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Aki Soga

Burlington, Vermont
Engagement Editor — Burlington Free Press
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Engagement editor @bfp_news Opinionated but I listen; diversity, politics, shoots film @mojonews @Kcollege @PeaceCorps

Bernie Sanders announces 1st post-campaign 'big event'

burlingtonfreepress.com — Sen. Bernie Sanders announced what he calls the "first big event" to carry forward his political revolution beyond the presidential campaign. In an email sent Thursday morning, the Vermont senator said he will address at 9 p.m. on Aug. 24 "our national network of volunteers live at more than 2,000 organizing meetings across the country."

Bernie Sanders: No need to reveal personal finances

burlingtonfreepress.com — Sen. Bernie Sanders said he sees no need to reveal personal financial information required of presidential candidates and due on May 15 because he is no longer running for president. "It doesn't make any sense," Sanders told the Free Press, saying he was under no more obligation to reveal his finances than anyone else not currently a presidential candidate.

Yakitori Alley, Yurakucho, Tokyo

Captured by Film

Yakata-bune, Asakusabashi, Tokyo

Editorial: PSB fails to serve public

burlingtonfreepress.com — The Public Service Board hearing Thursday on the Vermont Gas pipeline project showed board members with a weak grasp of what "public service" is all about. The PSB initially tried to close the hearing, citing concerns about anti-pipeline protesters disrupting the meeting as they had done before.

The day after the Fourth of July, Philadelphia

America, Chinatown, Philadelphia

The Russian-Trump link to Wikileaks DNC email dump

burlingtonfreepress.com — The Wikileaks email release promises to further rile up supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders at the Democratic National Convention starting Monday in Philadelphia. The information points to party leadership conspiring to derail Sanders' bid for the Democratic nomination, and seems to justify the long-brewing outrage among Bernie partisans over the treatment of their candidate.

Editorial: Closing PSB hearing a mistake

burlingtonfreepress.com — The Public Service Board is making a mistake by closing to the public an upcoming hearing on a portion of a Vermont Gas pipeline project running through Hinesburg out of fear that the board would be unable to maintain order with protesters at the meeting.
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Oct 21, 2016

RT @jess_aloe: Before going to UVM to discuss cancer research, VP Biden ate at Penny Cluse with @SueMinterVT and @SenatorLeahy. VP had pancakes.

Oct 19, 2016

RT @alexsilbermanvt: BREAKING: Deal reached between teachers, school board. #BTV #VT

Oct 19, 2016

RT @jess_aloe: Two suspects in the fatal fire in Northfield that prosecutors believe was drug-related are facing life in prison https://t.co/sy18hmUzkt

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