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October 30, 2020

Season 2020 Episode 3905 | 26m 40s

UVM Health Network Hit in Cyberattack; Campaign 2020 Comes to An End; COVID Travel Restrictions Expand; PANEL: Stewart Ledbetter – Moderator – NBC5; Katie Jickling– VTDigger; Adam Sullivan– WCAX; Tim McQuiston– Vermont Business Magazine.

Aired: 10/29/20 | Expires: 04/30/21
Sponsored in part by Lintilhac Foundation and Milne Travel.
Extras
Legislature overrides six of Scott's vetoes | State senators sue over ‘interim’ Education Secretary
No property tax relief in sight | State lawmaker caught harassing colleague
Sen. Dick Sears passes | Scott vetoes yield bill | Burlington Discover Jazz Fest
A Week Inside Vt.'s Busiest Courthouse | Gov Signs Public Safety Bill, Dozens of Others
Howard Dean, Miro Weinberger Rule Out Gubernatorial Runs
Legislature Adjourns, Sets Veto Session for June 17, Former Mayor of Barre City Wins Reelection Bid
Vt. Lawmakers Agree on Safe Injection Site Legislation, Gov Plans to Veto
Vt. Senate Declines to Confirm Education Secretary Zoie Saunders
Vt. House Approves Property Tax Bill, Concerns Over Increases Remain
Lawmakers Advance Property Tax Bill, With Little Relief for This Year
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No property tax relief in sight | State lawmaker caught harassing colleague
Sen. Dick Sears passes | Scott vetoes yield bill | Burlington Discover Jazz Fest
A Week Inside Vt.'s Busiest Courthouse | Gov Signs Public Safety Bill, Dozens of Others
Howard Dean, Miro Weinberger Rule Out Gubernatorial Runs
Legislature Adjourns, Sets Veto Session for June 17, Former Mayor of Barre City Wins Reelection Bid
Vt. Lawmakers Agree on Safe Injection Site Legislation, Gov Plans to Veto
Vt. Senate Declines to Confirm Education Secretary Zoie Saunders
Vt. House Approves Property Tax Bill, Concerns Over Increases Remain
Lawmakers Advance Property Tax Bill, With Little Relief for This Year