Interview: Constitutional amendment for four-year terms

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The question of whether Vermont should adopt a four-year term for the governor and other lawmakers gets another public hearing Wednesday night in Rutland. The proposal, known as Prop 4, would end the current two-year term for lawmakers and would require an amendment to the state constitution to do so. Mitch Wertlieb talks with state archivist Gregory Sanford about the issue and the history of amending Vermont’s Constitution.

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