Vermont Edition interview: New Hampshire’s “tax pledge”

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It’s called "The Pledge" – and it’s long been the third rail of New Hampshire politics.  For years, New Hampshire gubernatorial candidates have had to take the pledge by promising to oppose a broad based income or sales tax in the granite state. But this year at town meeting in New Hampshire, dozens of communities considered a resolution that would put them on record against the pledge.

Jane Lindholm talks with John Gregg, political editor of the Valley News,  about how the resolution fared and what it means to New Hampshire politics.

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