Walter Freed and Brian Dubie join us from the Republican National Convention in Saint Paul, Minnesota to talk about the national ticket of McCain-Palin, and how Republican candidates in Vermont are approaching the November election.
you die-hard Red Sox and Yankees fans have plenty to talk about as
this season but there’ve been some surprising teams who’ve put everyone
notice. Who would have thought, Tampa Bay…
Three Vermont lawyers are doing pro bono work for detainees. They’ll explain the impact of last month’s Supreme Court ruling, and update us on the results of hearing on Tuesday that might clarify the next steps for court proceedings.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has raised concerns about the level of
phosphorus pollution that the state may allow from the St. Albans sewage treatment plant.
EPA says St.
Albans Bay on Lake
Champlain is already
polluted, so phosphorus levels should be reduced.
A prominent Vermont lawyer who represents a prisoner at Guantanamo Bay,Cuba, is concerned that the federal government is tapping his phones, A
new study concludes the price tag to repair the states roads and bridges is larger than previously projected, Governors are the country are concerned about federal funding for a children’s health insurance program
that is due to run out by the end of the month, and Commentator Bill Shubart wonders if local lessons can be drawn from the exodus of Bush Administration officials.