House speaker Gaye Symington says the Governor’s plan to lease the state
lottery is dead; Chelsea Clinton sweeps through Burlington to drum up
support for her mother’s presidential campaign; A controversial Bennington County judge moves a step closer to reappointment; The Governor appoints a former Vermont State Trooper to a vacant seat in the House; and commentator Paul Richardson on this Sunday’s Russian elections.
Here are the top stories at noon:
Clinton visits Church Street and speaks with a crowd at the Davis Center at UVM
about her mother’s campaign; A new report shows that Vermont spends more on
prisons than education…