The House has voted to repeal an education cost
containment law. The law, adopted last year, called for two budget votes in
high spending towns. A strong majority of House members voted to replace the
law with a different approach. The action by the House has set off a fierce debate at the
Bob Kinzel reports.
A new study says Vermont’s education funding system has done a good job in reducing disparities between wealthy and poor towns; The Vermont Senate passes legislation aimed at music imposters; Some Vermont schools served frozen ground beef that has since been recalled; Brattleboro has adopted a new policy on the use of tasers; and a Middlebury student reflects on the disappearance of Nick Garza.