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Some lawmakers and community members are concerned about the impact that marijuana legalization in Vermont might have on youth. | Photo: Miran Rijavec/Flickr

Lawmakers, Stakeholders Debate Pot Legalization Impact on Youth

Emma Chaffee May 22, 2017

UPDATE: Gov. Phil Scott vetoed the marijuana legalization bill at a press conference in Montpelier this afternoon.  Vermont legislators have passed a bill that if signed by Gov. Phil Scott will legalize...

Vermont Lt. Gov. Dave Zuckerman (far left) held a high school town hall panel at Vermont PBS studios in Colchester on Thursday, May 4. The event was livestreamed and televised statewide, and students could ask questions in-person or online. The panel consisted of youth activists (from left to right) Alex Escaja-Heiss, Austin Davis, Elise Greaves and Haley Lebel-Stephen.

Lt. Gov. Zuckerman Hosts High School Town Hall Meeting

May 10, 2017

COLCHESTER - Youth activists were in the spotlight — literally — when Vermont Lt. Gov. Dave Zuckerman held his first televised high school town hall meeting at Vermont PBS studios last Thursday. The...

Helen Hossley (left), is challenging incumbent Mark Barlow (right), for the North District seat on the Burlington School Board. | Courtesy Photos

Your Guide to Burlington School Board Candidates

March 4, 2017

North District Five Burlington school board candidates will be on the ballot on March 7. However, only the North District is a contested race. Incumbent Mark Barlow will be facing off against challenger...

Students React to Trumps Win

Students React to Trump’s Win

November 13, 2016

Video produced by Maia Vota

Illustration: Alexandre Silberman/Register

Too Young to Smoke?

July 16, 2016

When Vermonters turn 18 they can vote and serve in the military, but a new piece of legislation might change the smoking age to 21. The Vermont House approved the bill, H.93, this April after an 84-61...

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