Speaking last night on VPRs Lieutenant
Governors Debate, Republican incumbent Brian Dubie said he strongly supports
the passage of a civil confinement law. That’s legislation that would allow the
state to keep a convicted sex offender in custody beyond their sentence if it’s
determined that the person still poses a threat to the public.
We continue our series of one-on-one candidate interviews with Progressive Richard Kemp, who’s running for Lieutenant Governor. Then we learn about Norwich University’s long history of hosting international students. And, we learn how to make cider.