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  • Why an increase in rainy winters is affecting snowpack, and in turn, the quality of water. Plus, the state Senate moves a bill to let towns postpone budget votes until after Town Meeting Day, a shortage of nursing home beds puts a strain on hospitals, a state representative is charged with driving under the influence, state substance misuse prevention funds will benefit organizations in northwestern Vermont, and U.S. House Representative Becca Balint visits Israel with a congressional delegation.And now that Mitch Wertlieb is settling in as the new host of The Frequency, we want to hear your feedback on the show. What’s working for you? What doesn’t? What do you wish was in the podcast that you’re not hearing? Your input helps us make the best show we can – one you’ll look forward to hearing every day. So please share your thoughts at thefrequency@vermontpublic.org.
  • An effort to make sure all of Vermont’s first responders get the mental health care they need. Plus, Gov. Scott asks for a federal disaster declaration to help counties devastated by December flooding, efforts to build resilience after summer floods destroyed crops grown by refugee and immigrant farmers, trying to increase the voting power of lower- income Vermonters, how much money state residents bet on-line for this year’s Super Bowl, and a group of Dartmouth students go on a hunger strike.And now that Mitch Wertlieb is settling in as the new host of The Frequency, we want to hear your feedback on the show. What’s working for you? What doesn’t? What do you wish was in the podcast that you’re not hearing? Your input helps us make the best show we can – one you’ll look forward to hearing every day. So please share your thoughts at thefrequency@vermontpublic.org.
  • A federal program subsidizing high-speed internet for thousands of Vermonters is running out of funding. Plus, the state receives feedback on a management plan for the Worcester Range, A Ukrainian man pleads guilty to a cyberattack against University of Vermont Medical Center, a new study highlights how gardening, foraging, and hunting can help people facing food insecurity, and an early mud season has made it tough on road workers.And now that Mitch Wertlieb is settling in as the new host of The Frequency, we want to hear your feedback on the show. What’s working for you? What doesn’t? What do you wish was in the podcast that you’re not hearing? Your input helps us make the best show we can – one you’ll look forward to hearing every day. So please share your thoughts at thefrequency@vermontpublic.org.
  • More than half of Vermont middle schoolers spend at least three hours a day on their screens, and a lot of that time is devoted to social media. Yet there’s growing evidence that social media is bad for kids’ mental health. That’s why Vermont lawmakers are considering regulating major apps.And now that Mitch Wertlieb is settling in as the new host of The Frequency, we want to hear your feedback on the show. What’s working for you? What doesn’t? What do you wish was in the podcast that you’re not hearing? Your input helps us make the best show we can – one you’ll look forward to hearing every day. So please share your thoughts at thefrequency@vermontpublic.org.
  • Debate over when to roll out a law that would allow 19-year-olds to enter the juvenile justice system instead of adult court. Plus, lawmakers advance legislation to tweak the state’s education finance formula, they consider lowering the reimbursement rate for hotels and motels in the state’s emergency housing program, Addison County’s state’s attorney takes a medical leave, and some confusion over the Addison Selectboard.And now that Mitch Wertlieb is settling in as the new host of The Frequency, we want to hear your feedback on the show. What’s working for you? What doesn’t? What do you wish was in the podcast that you’re not hearing? Your input helps us make the best show we can – one you’ll look forward to hearing every day. So please share your thoughts at thefrequency@vermontpublic.org.
  • Exploring a former artists’ workshop in Montreal through our Made Here film series. Plus, lawmakers are asked to spend more money on the state’s judicial system, weighing whether to ban seeds coated with pesticides, delays finding space in Dartmouth Health’s emergency department, and a new study shows growing food and foraging helped with food insecurity during the pandemic.And now that Mitch Wertlieb is settling in as the new host of The Frequency, we want to hear your feedback on the show. What’s working for you? What doesn’t? What do you wish was in the podcast that you’re not hearing? Your input helps us make the best show we can – one you’ll look forward to hearing every day. So please share your thoughts at thefrequency@vermontpublic.org.
  • A new non-profit strives to fight loneliness. Plus, both Vermont senators vote against an aid package for Israel and Ukraine, changes coming to the state’s education funding system are making things difficult for municipal clerks as Town Meeting Day nears, a no-snow record not seen since the 19th century, and a Vermonter breaks her own record for the fastest indoor mile run by an American woman.And now that Mitch Wertlieb is settling in as the new host of The Frequency, we want to hear your feedback on the show. What’s working for you? What doesn’t? What do you wish was in the podcast that you’re not hearing? Your input helps us make the best show we can – one you’ll look forward to hearing every day. So please share your thoughts at thefrequency@vermontpublic.org.
  • Veteran meteorologist Mark Breen talks about the upcoming and historic total solar eclipse and why Vermont is a prime viewing spot. Plus, the Vermont Senate approves direct financial aid to towns and cities slammed by summer flooding, the House advances a bill scuttling a tax break in an effort to reduce education spending, why two local substance abuse programs are shutting down, and GE Aerospace takes a financial hit for alleged hiring discrimination against women at its facility in Rutland.And now that Mitch Wertlieb is settling in as the new host of The Frequency, we want to hear your feedback on the show. What’s working for you? What doesn’t? What do you wish was in the podcast that you’re not hearing? Your input helps us make the best show we can – one you’ll look forward to hearing every day. So please share your thoughts at thefrequency@vermontpublic.org.
  • With Town Meeting Day just one month away, Democratic lawmakers announced a plan to rewrite the state’s education tax laws to induce at least some districts to go back to the drawing board and cut their budget proposals.And now that Mitch Wertlieb is settling in as the new host of The Frequency, we want to hear your feedback on the show. What’s working for you? What doesn’t? What do you wish was in the podcast that you’re not hearing? Your input helps us make the best show we can – one you’ll look forward to hearing every day. So please share your thoughts at thefrequency@vermontpublic.org.
  • Vermont lawmakers may tweak the state’s medical cannabis program and potency limits for retail weed. Plus, Town Meeting Day votes on school budgets may face delays as lawmakers ponder major changes to education funding, developers of a big housing project in Burlington scale back apartment construction in favor of hotels, the head of Vermont’s Criminal Justice Council blasts comments made about migrant workers by a former council member, new details on setting up temporary shelters for unhoused Vermonters exiting the state’s motel housing program, and a stretch of warm days scuttles an annual pond hockey game.And now that Mitch Wertlieb is settling in as the new host of The Frequency, we want to hear your feedback on the show. What’s working for you? What doesn’t? What do you wish was in the podcast that you’re not hearing? Your input helps us make the best show we can – one you’ll look forward to hearing every day. So please share your thoughts at thefrequency@vermontpublic.org.