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January 27, 2023

Season 2023 Episode 4118 | 26m 46s

Lawmakers Consider New Gun Reforms; Scott: 'No Need'; High School Athletes Face More Racist Incidents; Sen. Welch, Rep. Balint Land Key Committee Assignments; Panel: Stewart Ledbetter – Moderator, NBC5; Lola Duffort - VTDigger; Liam Elder-Connors - Vermont Public; Katharine Huntley - WCAX.

Aired: 01/26/23 | Expires: 07/27/23
Sponsored in part by Lintilhac Foundation and Milne Travel.
Extras
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
School Budgets and Property Taxes | Lawmakers Consider Change to Cannabis Cultivation Laws
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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
School Budgets and Property Taxes | Lawmakers Consider Change to Cannabis Cultivation Laws