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February 11, 2022

Season 2022 Episode 4020 | 26m 45s

New COVID-19 Cases Fall Sharply, Gov. Considers School Mask Change; Prop. 5— Abortion Rights Amendment Moves to Nov. Referendum; Zuckerman, Toll Enter Race for Lt. Governor; Panel: Stewart Ledbetter – Moderator, NBC5; Colin Flanders - Seven Days; Brittany Patterson - Vermont Public Radio; Devin Bates - LOCAL 22/44.

Aired: 02/10/22 | Expires: 08/11/22
Sponsored in part by Lintilhac Foundation and Milne Travel.
Extras
Vermont's Historic Total Solar Eclipse | Dick Mazza Resigns from Vermont Senate
Vermont Prepares for Monday’s Total Eclipse
Tensions High Over Proposed Annual State Budget
Renewable Energy Bill Gets Preliminary House Approval
Temporary Shelters Sparks Backlash |Crossover Week | Budget Adjustment Act
Town Meeting Day | Nearly a Third of All School Budgets Fail
Bill Approved to Extend Motel Program, Send Aid to Flood-Impacted Towns
Gov Signs Bill Enabling Schools to Postpone Budget Votes
Sanders and Welch vote no on foreign aid package | Balint Backs $500B Housing Bill
Lawmakers Craft Plan to Reduce Education Spending | School Construction Costs
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Vermont's Historic Total Solar Eclipse | Dick Mazza Resigns from Vermont Senate
Vermont Prepares for Monday’s Total Eclipse
Tensions High Over Proposed Annual State Budget
Renewable Energy Bill Gets Preliminary House Approval
Temporary Shelters Sparks Backlash |Crossover Week | Budget Adjustment Act
Town Meeting Day | Nearly a Third of All School Budgets Fail
Bill Approved to Extend Motel Program, Send Aid to Flood-Impacted Towns
Gov Signs Bill Enabling Schools to Postpone Budget Votes
Sanders and Welch vote no on foreign aid package | Balint Backs $500B Housing Bill
Lawmakers Craft Plan to Reduce Education Spending | School Construction Costs