In this episode of Vote for Vermont, co-hosts Pat McDonald and Ben Kinsley interview Mary Beerworth, executive director of Vermont Right to Life, and Lucy Leriche, vice president of Public Policy for Planned Parenthood New England.
In this episode of Vote for Vermont, host Pat McDonald interviews Central Vermont Chamber of Commerce head William Moore about the legislative session and its possible impact on Vermont businesses.
It is not clear from the video whether the alleged threats were reported to school authorities or the Brattleboro Police Department. The testimony nevertheless helped persuade the board to approve the Black Lives Matter flag.
In this episode of Vote for Vermont, co-hosts Pat McDonald and Ben Kinsley interview David Coates about the state pension crisis and how it may affect Vermonters, budgets and the state’s bond rating.
Most schools require teachers and staffers to go through a rigorous training program before they may carry a concealed weapon in the classroom. But how do these training programs actually work, and what type of qualifications do they entail?
In this episode of Vote for Vermont, co-hosts Pat McDonald and Ben Kinsley interview Sharon Academy Head of School Michael Livingston to discuss some of the challenges facing Vermont’s independent schools.
By a 4-1 vote, the Senate Committee on Economic Development on Monday approved a paid family leave bill that would offer employees up to 12 weeks of leave with 70 percent of wages covered. Watch video of the committee hearings held at the Vermont Statehouse.
In recent weeks, the House Government Operations Committee has been evaluating a measure that would set up a five-member panel to look for “systemic racism” and racial disparities in state government. Watch video of the committee hearings held at the Vermont Statehouse.
Earlier this month, the Senate Committee on Government Operations reviewed H.910, an act relating to the Open Meeting Law and the Public Records Act. What constitutes an open meeting? What doesn’t? How might that change? Watch video of the committee hearings held at the Vermont Statehouse.
A North Carolina man who became an internet sensation by speaking at a city council meeting in support of gun rights says he was standing up for freedoms that the nation’s Founders died to give all Americans.
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg spared over political bias and censorship during the Senate’s hearing Tuesday.