Vermont State Police Trooper Hashim quit the force and will stay on as a legislator. He has spoken out against saliva testing for pot and is for criminal justice reform. Is this a problem for him as a trooper? These "issues" can, and will, determine his future. I think he has guts and will do just fine. But, it's never easy to buck the system. Good luck to him and may God give him the courage to keep up the fight.

As for our Republican governor hanging with Scott Walker, well, that speaks for itself. True colors are coming out.

T.W. King

Shaftsbury

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