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You’d think that the Vermont state government’s top lawyer would have respect for the law. So, it’s baffling why Attorney General TJ Donovan is fighting so hard to keep people from having convenient access to public records.

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Can we really change the number of individuals in our prisons?

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“Discrimination—in any form—is unacceptable and runs contrary to New Hampshire’s Live Free or Die spirit.”- Governor Chris Sununu signing Senate Bill 263 into law. What is it? Expanding Civil Rights to include gender-identification under a new subdivision: Discrimination in Public Schools.

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The process of building a state budget begins with the governor’s proposed budget and ends when the governor signs it into law. In between, the House and Senate each present their own version, eventually working out a compromise that hopefully the governor will sign. Should the governor veto…

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Temporary relief in education funding has come to Newport, Claremont, Charlestown and other property poor communities. After a long partisan battle the State budget has been passed that gives an unprecedented needed 138 million dollars in education funding to struggling communities. The Hous…

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Throughout the weekend of September 20, 21 and 22, the staff and volunteers of Black River Good Neighbor Services conducted their semi-annual rummage sale at Fletcher Farm in Ludlow. The sale has come to be a well-recognized and eagerly anticipated event for the Black River Valley. This spri…