Vermont Ski Town Considers Secession

With the centuries-old revolutionary cry of “No taxation without representation,” a Vermont ski town wants to hop the border to neighboring New Hampshire. Town officials in Killington, Vermont, say they pay the state more than $20 million in taxes each year, and see only $1 million in state aid. New Hampshire, 25 miles to the east, has no income or sales tax.

“It kind of reminds us of colonial days,” Town Manager David Lewis told the Associated Press. “England wasn

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