Candidates for governor share their ideas at forum in Middlebury

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VERMONT GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATES Matt Dunne, far left, Peter Galbraith, Bruce Lisman and Sue Minter participate in a debate in Middlebury on Saturday. Independent photo/Trent Campbell 

Addison County Independent, John Flowers 

MIDDLEBURY — Four of the current five candidates for Vermont governor weighed in on some meaty issues — including the minimum wage, economic development and state taxes — in an April 9 forum in Middlebury sponsored by Rights & Democracy, a new grassroots organization focused on issues facing working families.

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