CHELSEA, Vt. (AP) - The justices of the Vermont Supreme Court are packing for a series of hearings in the Orange County shire town of Chelsea.
The court has set seven cases for hearings at the historic courthouse in Chelsea on Wednesday.
The justices normally hear oral arguments at the Supreme Court building in Montpelier, but occasionally take their show on the road.
Two of the cases Wednesday involve election issues.
Trudell v. Markowitz focuses on petition filing deadlines for independent candidates.
State v. Green Mountain Future focuses on when groups need to register as political action committees.
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