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Vermont [və ː m ɔ nt], abbreviation Vermont, post officially VT, state in the northeastern United States, one of the New England states, borders on Canada, 23,954 km 2, (2015) 626 000 (1960: 389,900, 1980: 511 500, 2000: 608 800 residents). The capital is Montpelier. Administratively Vermont is divided into 14 administrative districts (counties).
Law and Politics
Constitution of 1793 (with numerous amendments); Senate with 30, House of Representatives with 150 members; Vermont has 2 Senators and 1 MP in Congress.
Of the population (2014) 95.0% are white, 1.2% black and others 3.8%. Largest city is Burlington.
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