State's Attorney Bobby Sand
12/12/07 12:00PM By Jane Lindholm
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The appropriate punishment for marijuana crimes has become the center of a heated disagreement in recent weeks between Governor Jim Douglas and Windsor County State's Attorney Bobby Sand. At the center of the debate is how to treat first-time offenders and when court diversion is appropriate. We talk with State's Attorney Bobby Sand about these questions, and take your calls.
Also in the program, VPR's Ross analyzes the role that media outlets
played in the controversy between the governor and the Windsor state's
attorney. And we visit one place that doesn't give much space to
snowboarders: the director and curator of the Vermont Ski Museum in
Stowe gives us a tour of the exhibits that show how skiing has changed
over the decades.