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March 22, 2019

Season 2019 Episode 3725 | 26m 48s

Stewart Ledbetter sits down with Anne Galloway from VT Digger - Tim McQuiston from Vermont Business Magazine and Taylor Dobbs of Seven Days to discuss New Employment Numbers - Senate OKs Waiting Period On Gun Sales - Bills Pending at the Capitol - Daylight Savings Reform Bill Dies - Happy Hour in Vermont - College of St. Joseph closing - Sanders National Campaign Team - UVM Basketball at NCAA

Aired: 03/21/19
Sponsored in part by Lintilhac Foundation and Milne Travel.
Extras
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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
Proposed Bill Would Establish a Climate Change “Superfund”
Tri-Partisan Group of Lawmakers, Scott Pitch Sweeping Housing Proposal
Start of the 2024 Legislative Session
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