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June 22, 2018

Season 2018 Episode 3638 | 26m 52s

Moderator Peter Hirschfeld joins panelists, for a discussion of the continuing budget impasse in Montpelier II How Vermont police are preparing for the arrival of legal pot II The State of Vermont will not help troubled cell provider CoverageCo II Dartmouth professor accused of sexual misconduct retires II New Hampshire mulls controversial voting changes.

Aired: 06/22/18
Sponsored in part by Lintilhac Foundation and Milne Travel.
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Gov Signs Bill Enabling Schools to Postpone Budget Votes
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School Budgets and Property Taxes | Lawmakers Consider Change to Cannabis Cultivation Laws
Governor’s 2024 Budget Address
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Tri-Partisan Group of Lawmakers, Scott Pitch Sweeping Housing Proposal
Start of the 2024 Legislative Session
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