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Six Yankee Protestors Convicted Of Trespassing
Tuesday, 11/27/12
A jury has found six Massachusetts women guilty of trespassing at the Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant to protest the continued operation of the reactor. The women, who range in age from 69 to 93, represented themselves in court.
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Six Women Go On Trial For Nuke Protest
Tuesday, 11/27/12
A trial is under way in Vermont for six elderly Massachusetts women accused of trespassing at the Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant last year to protest the continued operation of the reactor.
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Protesters Demand Answers From Burlington Police
Monday, 08/06/12
By Kirk Carapezza
Protesters in Burlington say police still need to explain their response to an altercation last week outside the downtown hotel where New England governors and Eastern Canadian premiers were meeting.
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Protesters Gather At NE Governors And Eastern Canadian Premiers Conference
Monday, 07/30/12
By John Dillon
Protesters gathered in Burlington Sunday to denounce the energy-focused agenda of the 36th annual meeting of the New England Governors and Eastern Canadian premiers.
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With War Over, Staging A Final Vigil
Saturday, 12/24/11
By John Dillon
The withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq means the end of weekly anti-war protests for one central Vermont couple. But other activists say they'll continue to stage demonstrations until all U.S. soldiers come home from Afghanistan and other conflicts.
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Protesters Voice Opposition To Lowell Wind Project
Thursday, 02/24/11
By John Dillon
Vermont lawmakers want to accelerate appeals of acontroversial wind project in Lowell because they worry it could lose federal taxsubsidies if it's delayed. Butopponents of the Green Mountain Power development say their appeal rights couldbe violated if the bill passes.
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