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  1. the money game
    Crypto Billionaire’s Possible Senate Run May Blow Up His Tax ShelterBrock Pierce is still exploring a long-shot bid in Vermont. Opting in could undermine his Puerto Rico residency.
  2. voting rights
    Believe It or Not, Some States Are Making It Easier to VoteAmid the outcry over Republican-led states restricting voting opportunities, some states are moving in the opposite direction.
  3. games
    What the Story of the Vermont Reds Tells Us About Bernie SandersThe way the minor-league baseball team came to Burlington is the candidate’s career in miniature. So is the way they left.
  4. 2018 elections
    Vermont’s Christine Hallquist Wins Primary, Could Be First Transgender GovernorHallquist won Vermont’s Democratic gubernatorial primary on Tuesday, and will now face GOP incumbent Phil Scott, whose popularity just took a dive.
  5. select all
    This Vermont Librarian Took Equifax to Court … and WonEquifax now has to pay for Jessamyn West’s identity to be monitored for two years.
  6. Sanders to Run in Vermont As an Independent (for the 16th Time)Some see another Sanders indie reelection run as a signal of his presidential intentions for 2020. Could just be inertia.
  7. legal weed
    Vermont Legislature Could Be the First to Legalize MarijuanaDoing Bernie Sanders proud.
  8. super classy
    The First Person in Line to Hear Trump in Vermont Is Not a Trump SupporterWhat happens when Trump visits a state he could never win in a general election.
  9. Ben Carson May Need to Brush Up on the Shapes and Locations of U.S. States A new map raises questions about Ben Carson’s domestic-geography acumen.
  10. only in vermont
    Vermont Lawmakers: Give Us Pot or We Will Make Your Existence a Sad Sober OneTwo state representatives sponsor a bill that would ban booze — but they don’t want it to pass.
  11. kids these days
    ‘Grinding’ Rocks Small Vermont Town, Highlights Generation Gap“This is our way of dancing, even if they find it vulgar.”
  12. equal rites
    Vermont Gay Couples Line Up to WedTo celebrate, Ben & Jerry’s has locally changed the name of one of their most popular flavors.
  13. equal rites
    Vermont Overrides Governor’s Same-Sex-Marriage VetoVermont will be the fourth state to legalize marriage equality, and the first to do so through the legislative process.