Residents of far northern Franklin County want the federal government to
change its mind about shuttering a tiny border crossing with Canada because they say it could strain economic and cultural
After the federal government backed off plans
to expand a tiny U.S.-Canadian border station by seizing a Vermont dairy farmer’s land, legislators are now urging the
U.S. Department of Homeland Security to keep the crossing open.
Over a hundred people – including some tea party protesters – packed Franklin Town Hall on Saturday morning for a public hearing about plans to build a new border inspection station on the Canadian border at Morse’s Line.