(Steve Delaney) If you look all over the state of Vermont, it would be hard to find a town where Act 60, the education funding law, is less popular than it is In Wilmington. The Windham County community west of Brattleboro has a history of opposition to Act 60 and its implementation.
Last night the town wrote another chapter in that history when it held a sort of mini-Town meeting to determine how to carry on the fight. Matthew Takovleff is chairman of the Wilmington School Board, and has been instrumental in the campaign. Mr. Yakovleff, welcome to Morning Edition.
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