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Kristen Podsiedlik (left) and Hannah Phillips said they feel strongly about having the freedom to go unclothed, while Andrew Wdowiak, who works at Everyone’s Books, said he’s grown tired of the display of public nudity by local teenagers this summer.

Law of nature prevails in Vermont

Brattleboro teens shed clothes with impunity

By Brian MacQuarrie
Globe Staff / August 23, 2006

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BRATTLEBORO -- Here on the banks of the Connecticut River, in the busiest parking area of a downtown peppered with bookstores and coffee shops, more is meeting the eye than some people want. (Full article: 765 words)

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