Small state, big politics...

...or how to cope with the Bush regime. Salon's Mark Follman reports:
Since the 2004 presidential election, Vermont has been making its slender presence known on the national political map. First it was plans to consider secession, then a statewide effort to bring the troops home. Now, as the hysteria over Terri Schiavo rages on, there's a movement afoot in the Green Mountain State to follow in Oregon's footsteps and legalize physician-assisted suicide. In the prolonged era of George W. Bush, it's not just about maple syrup and organic dairy products anymore.


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