Rules Committee Votes to Suspend McAllister From Vermont Senate; With 2 Million Contributions, Sanders Breaks Fundraising Record

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The Senate Rules Committee voted 3-2 to recommend suspending  Sen. Norm McAllister from the Vermont Senate until criminal sexual assault proceedings against him have concluded.
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Thursday, December 17, 2015


Rules Committee Votes to Suspend McAllister From Vermont Senate


The Senate Rules Committee voted 3-2 to recommend suspending Sen. Norm McAllister from the Vermont Senate until criminal sexual assault proceedings against him have concluded. The full Senate will take up the measure on January 6.  

SEVEN DAYS, 12/16/15


With 2 Million Contributions, Sanders Breaks Fundraising Record


Sen. Bernie Sanders thanked his supporters after receiving 2 million contributions for his presidential campaign — more than any other non-incumbent candidate has ever gotten during an equivalent period. 

SEVEN DAYS, 12/17/15


Documents Shed Light on Vermont Gas Pipeline Negotiations


Documents show that Vermont Gas executives are worried about the timeline for the project's completion and the public's perception of the pipeline — and carefully negotiated the language in a deal with the Department of Public Service.
VPR, 12/16/15


Seven Days Staffers Subpoenaed in McAllister Case


Three Seven Days journalists have been subpoenaed by prosecutors in the sexual assault case against Sen. Norm McAllister. The newspaper is fighting the subpoenas in court. 


SEVEN DAYS, 12/17/15


Northfield Fire Survivor Describes Attack


The survivor of a deadly fire in Northfield told emergency personnel that attackers poured gasoline on him before setting him on fire. The blaze killed his girlfriend and left him critically injured. 


BURLINGTON FREE PRESS, 12/16/15


McKibben: The Climate Change Accord Doesn’t Make the Grade


Environmentalist Bill McKibben has called the climate negotiations in Paris incomplete, criticizing the non-binding nature of the agreement as a concession to America’s political system. 


VERMONT PUBLIC RADIO, 12/16/15


Warm Weather Confuses Vermont Bears


Warmer-than-average temperatures have left bears awake and wandering instead of hibernating, prompting new suggestions from Vermont’s Department of Fish & Wildlife to keep them out of backyards.  


NECN , 12/16/15


WCAX Forecast


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47°/37°


Rain developing; breezy
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42°/28°


Mostly cloudy; mountain flurries, valley sprinkle

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Dr. Alfred 'Tuna' Charles Snider


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