EB-5 in court, drug crackdown, Burlington immigration
A Stowe attorney argued before the Vermont Supreme Court that EB-5 investors who were defrauded in the Jay Peak scandal should be allowed to sue the state. Russell Barr said that the state’s failure to prevent the fraud violated the EB-5 program’s economic development mission. The state Attorney General’s office says the developers, not the state, are to blame.
Law enforcement leaders gathered in Brattleboro Tuesday to warn drug dealers and distributors of a coming crackdown. Nearly a quarter of Vermont’s overdose deaths last year were reported in Windham County, partly due to its proximity to other drug hubs in the region. U.S. Attorney Christina Nolan said out-of-state dealers will be targeted.
After President Donald Trump announced that his administration was looking at placing asylum-seeking immigrants in sanctuary cities, Mayor Miro Weinberger says Burlington will have them. Weinberger said he’s taking Trump’s comment seriously, and disagrees with the president’s attempts to demonize immigrants.
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