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5 Responses

  1. David. Knapp says:

    The idea that Democrats would oppose this program is ludicrous to me !

  2. Dana Rohleder says:

    When ticks are sampled, are all species tested?

    Are deer ticks still considered the only carrier of Lyme?

  3. Frank G says:

    So let me get this right….no funding available for a tick monitoring program because of a budget deficit…

    And how much did the state just spend on upgrading rest stop welcome centers around the region? I seem to recall tens of millions of dollars for some of these masterpieces.

    C’mon Democrats, I know you can get your priorities straight.

  4. Allan G. says:

    I am registered as Dom, I wrote my Rep senator, George Amedore, asking him to appeal for bipartisan support for this project. Dems have generally been in the lead on this sort of thing, so hearing that funding would be denied is surprising.

  5. Stacey S.Riley says:

    Hello, I have tested positive for RSMF three times within a short period.However I am negative for Lyme.I have been sick for almost a year now.I have done extensive research over the months. I believe I may have found a PDF file with the answer, Titled,Does chronic RSMF Exist. Is there any information you have on the Lone Star Tick? Most of all Rickettsia Amblyommi,Amblyomma Americanum? I welcome any and all information on the subject.I am aware of the tick tracker in Vermont showing Lone Star Ticks have been recorded up North. Thank you so much for any information and studies done on this subject.I look forward to hearing from you. Sincerely,Stacey S Riley Saranac Lake NY.

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