Two Windsor innkeepers have a plan they hope will attract guests,
raise money for charities, and breathe new life into their town: enlist interior
decorators to turn the rooms of their 100-year-old inn into a showcase for home
design ideas and products.
(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.