Sanders Sanctioned, Staffer Fired Over Data Breach; In Burlington, a New School Spending Limit Is Under Fire

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The Democratic National Committee has barred Bernie Sanders' campaign from using a voter database after learning that a data breach allowed the campaign to access proprietary information.
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Friday, December 18, 2015


Sanders Sanctioned, Staffer Fired Over Data Breach


The Democratic National Committee has barred Bernie Sanders' campaign from using a voter database after learning that a data breach allowed the campaign to access proprietary information.

SEven Days, 12/18/15


In Burlington, a New School Spending Limit Is Under Fire


Act 46 attempts to control increases in per-pupil spending statewide. Officials in the state's largest school district say a even a modest spending hike would prompt a penalty.

seven Days, 12/16/15


Discrimination Case Highlights Police Bias Toward Immigrants, Advocates Say


During a routine traffic stop in February, the police gave the white driver a warning but turned a Mexican passenger over to U.S. Border Patrol agents. Advocates say the case demonstrates police racial bias.

VTDigger.org, 12/18/15


Quack, Quack: Shumlin Prepares for Final Legislative Session


As he gears up for his last session, what issues will Gov. Peter Shumlin choose to focus on?

Seven Days, 12/16/15


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Cider Producers Partner With Pabst


Vermont Hard Cider, which makes Woodchuck, has agreed to have Pabst Brewing market and distribute its four cider brands, plus the Irish and English brands of its parent company.

Addison Independent, 12/17/15


Seven Vermonters Who Work the Late, Late Shift


Grooming trails, making beer, serving up late-night breakfast and coffee: Meet the people of the overnight shift.

Seven Days, 12/16/15


Vermont Police Try to Solve Pig Problem


A group of pigs just keeps hogging the road, repeatedly forcing Vermont State Police to close down parts of I-91. Authorities say they've reached an agreement on fencing with the pigs' owner.

WCAX, 12/17/15


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