Vermont judges worry that some of the nuances of their
rulings are lost when a case becomes national news. So
the Supreme Court wants to work with local reporters to make sure they
understand how the courts work before the story is told.
In recent months, cases of mumps have been reported in Canada and Maine, causing concern among health officials in New England.
Vermont’s epidemiologist says health care providers should be on the lookout for cases of mumps in the state, especially among college-age
(Host) A group of state legislators says the governor has overstepped his authority. They say he should not have ordered state police to take significant marijuana cases in Windsor County to the attorney general for prosecution. VPR’s Ross Sneyd has more: (Sneyd) Thirteen lawmakers wrote to Governor Jim Douglas, criticizing him for stepping into a controversy involving Windsor County State’s Attorney Robert Sand. They want Douglas to rescind the order. They also want Attorney General Bill Sorrell to refuse to take the cases.