Vt. rabble lays claim to NH bridge over Connecticut River
A handful of people took to the 635-foot-long structure Tuesday afternoon to "claim" it as property of Vermont, citing a stipulation in New Hampshire state law. Mike Smith, Bellows Falls Trustee Andrew Smith, Jake Stradling, Emily Peyton and the Rev. Torin Brooks convened on the bridge to read a public statement and post a declaration stating it now belongs to their state.
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