Below are the nominations for the top stories of 2013 as reported on Vermont This Week. Please rank JUST YOUR TOP 10 in importance from highest (#1) through lowest (#10). The deadline is 12/18/2013. Thanks.
- Current date: Sun, 03/26/2017 - 3:58pm
- Opening date: Thu, 12/12/2013 - 12:39pm
- Closing date: Wed, 12/18/2013 - 9:39pm
- Entergy decides to close Vermont Yankee (353 points)
- Health Exchange suffers rocky start (337 points)
- Air Force selects Burlington for F-35 fighter (306 points)
- Vermont debates and enacts 'End of Life' law (277 points)
- State decriminalizes marijuana possession (194 points)
- Governor gets tangled up in real estate deal with neighbor (174 points)
- IBM lays off close to 400 (168 points)
- Proposed gas pipeline extension sees heated debate (162 points)
- Migrant worker driver cards approved (132 points)
- State breaks ground on psychiatric hospital (126 points)
- FEMA settles Irene claim, Waterbury rebuilds (115 points)
- State orders Moretown landfill to close (97 points)
- Walmart finally opens in St. Albans (87 points)
- Lawmakers raise gas tax, hold the line elsewhere (84 points)
- Canadians propose $1.3 billion transmission line through Vermont (84 points)
- Gun control debate snuffed out (73 points)
- Wind moratorium push leads to study (49 points)
- Homecare workers can unionize (48 points)
- Bolton backcountry preserved (29 points)
- Geoffrey Crawford named new Supreme Court justice (21 points)
- Pope elevates Bishop Matano (16 points)
- Bernie for president? (14 points)
- Steven Cray elected Adjutant General of Vermont National Guard (14 points)
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