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"… t instead creates a marketplace without the state’s direct involvement. Vermont and Massachusetts set up 401(k)-style retirement-savings plans that allow …"

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"… higan don't require their legislators to disclose their personal finances. Vermont will start requiring such disclosure this year. READ MORE: How we invest …"

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"… .S. that doesn’t require lawmakers to file yearly financial disclosures. Vermont passed a law in June that requires disclosures to begin this year. The pro …"

"… .S. that doesn’t require lawmakers to file yearly financial disclosures. Vermont passed a law in June that requires disclosures to begin this year. In Ida …"

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"… any of the elected positions. Disclosure reports from Michigan, Idaho and Vermont were not included in the investigation because they did not require them a …"

"… to the Center for Public Integrity’s 2015 State Integrity Investigation, Vermont legislators created its first-ever ethics commission, which kicked off Jan …"

"… ommission, which kicked off Jan. 1, two days before their session started. Vermont will begin requiring disclosures starting this year. As of last week, Mic …"

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"… in your state but allowing a plant burning fracked gas” — has moved to Vermont. Susan Phillips of StateImpact Pennsylvania contributed to this story. M …"

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"… ions about economic interests and potential conflicts. Idaho, Michigan and Vermont do not require lawmakers to disclose their financial interests. Vermont pa …"

"… nd Vermont do not require lawmakers to disclose their financial interests. Vermont passed a law this year to do so starting in 2018. Ethics rules often allo …"

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"… sharply restricted since 1978. Only three states — Michigan, Idaho and Vermont — have not required such reports. In June, though, Vermont announced tha …"

"… an, Idaho and Vermont — have not required such reports. In June, though, Vermont announced that it will begin requiring them in 2018. What kinds of jobs d …"

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"… rs from around the country. Nearly every state, except Idaho, Michigan and Vermont, required lawmakers to file these documents. (Vermont passed a law this ye …"

"… Idaho, Michigan and Vermont, required lawmakers to file these documents. (Vermont passed a law this year to require them starting in 2018.) In total, repor …"

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"… e was D minus, ranking it 37th out of the 50 states.       …"

"… last fall, called the measure “a positive step forward to demonstrate to Vermonters that its elected officials are committed to restoring…faith and trust …"

"… emerged was widely acknowledged to be a compromise measure.    Vermont received a grade of F from the State Integrity Investigation and ranked 50 …"

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"… oney and influence. After Clinton vanquished Sanders, a U.S. senator from Vermont, she never quite captured his supporters’ energy and enthusiasm for her …"

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"… hips since 1922. The GOP flipped control of state executives in Missouri, Vermont and New Hampshire as of early Wednesday. That means the party will hold th …"

"… blican legislature, the GOP now controls the state government. While tiny Vermont’s ad spending total was much lower, $5.8 million, it saw the most spendi …"

"… p from the Republican Governors Association-backed group called A Stronger Vermont but still fell behind in the ad war. To voters, that didn’t matter. He w …"

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"… t in history. From the emergence of socialist U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont as a viable opponent to Hillary Clinton to the stunning takeover of the Re …"

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"… tar his Republican opponent Bill Bryant by associating him with Trump. (A Vermont candidate, Matt Dunne, who was knocked out in the Democratic primary also …"

"… he president. Additionally, Democrat Sue Minter, who is seeking to replace Vermont’s departing Democratic Gov. Peter Shumlin, mentions Obama in a positive, …"

"… ic Davis, professor emeritus of political science at Middlebury College in Vermont. “Obama did better in Vermont than in any other state in the continenta …"

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"… insurance commissioners in Indiana, Missouri, New Hampshire, Oregon, Utah, Vermont and West Virginia. In the five states where voters will elect insurance r …"

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"… ric, even as Clinton and her primary opponent, U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, pushed detailed proposals for campaign finance overhauls.  His prop …"

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"… cop, bad cop routine.” This story was co-published with TIME. …"

"… -breaking brawl. “It’s not our way,” said Tom Aloisi, a 51-year-old Vermont native, who said voters are used to seeing such antics in neighboring New …"

"… tate that attracts all presidential contenders. This year, normally quiet Vermont has had more than twice as much spent on TV advertising for the governor …"

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"… he failed to win enough votes from super delegates. The U.S. senator from Vermont is a vocal critic of big money in politics and ran a campaign that re …"

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"… fington Post. …"

"… , Sanders himself draws a small pension from the government of Burlington, Vermont, where he once served as mayor. And he’s also received a handful of mode …"

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"… ” Reform the system, just not tonight Both U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton agitated during the Democrat …"

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"… st month, spending millions on TV advertising alone. The U.S. senator from Vermont outraised his rival, Hillary Clinton, by roughly $2 million in April — s …"

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"… Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, North Carolina, Oregon and Vermont.  Six of these states passed the measures in the last two years. Tens …"

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"… d for Clinton’s Democratic primary opponent, Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, as well as Trump. Both Sanders and Trump have generally disavowed any sup …"

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"… y is also a critical contest for underdog Bernie Sanders. The senator from Vermont badly trails front-runner Hillary Clinton in the delegate race — even as …"

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"… Clinton during her Democratic primary fight against Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont. As a super PAC, Priorities USA Action must disclose its donors. But not …"

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"… Clinton’s opponent for the Democratic nomination, Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, who, unlike Clinton, has called for steep cuts in defense spending. Afte …"

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"… n Jan. 16. $200: The amount of money former presidential candidate and ex-Vermont Gov. Howard Dean’s Democracy for America committee recently paid for “ …"

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"… ethics and campaign finance laws in the state. Last week AP reported that Vermont politicians – chagrined at their D-minus rating perhaps – considered n …"

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"… vote after a felony conviction. People convicted of felonies in Maine and Vermont never lose their right to vote. They can even cast absentee ballots while …"

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"… pondingly led her next closest primary opponent, Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont, by sixteen percentage points in opinion surveys. However, the declining f …"

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"… nished a strong third on the Republican side. Sanders, a U.S. senator from Vermont who identifies as a socialist, nearly tied Clinton, the former Secretary o …"

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