Gov. Candidate Dan Feliciano
Dan Feliciano is the Libertarian candidate for governor, and he’s gained more attention than Libertarians usually do in Vermont thanks to a write-in campaign in the Republican primary. Feliciano has been making sharp attacks on incumbent Governor Peter Shumlin, and says Shumlin's health care policy is driven by "fantasy." Feliciano is our guest to discuss his campaign for governor, and why he wants to lead the state.
Also in the program, new research suggests that people Blood type AB have a significantly elevated risk of developing memory loss later in life, 82 percent higher than the rest of the population. We learn more from the lead researcher, University of Vermont College of Medicine Professor Mary Cushman, a hematologist at Fletcher Allen Health Care.
And we step into a quirky museum in Waitsfield Village. The Madsonian Museum pays homage to industrial design through its home-grown collection of artifacts and oddities.
Broadcast live on Tues., Sept. 16, 2014 at noon; rebroadcast at 7 p.m.