Gaye Symington says more troopers should be transferred to
special units that investigate sex crimes; a Vermont
state senator says the Chinese government has tried to influence state law; artists
have been asked to help Vermont
tackle its future; some underground fuel tanks in New
Hampshire need to be inspected because they might
leak hazardous substances.
VT Judiciary and Douglas Administration square off over proposed budget cuts;
enrollment for Catamount health falls short of projections; regional
initiative aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions gaining ground in
Northeast; NH fuel company fined $6,000 for 2 fuel spills in VT; Camp
Ta-Kum-Ta moving from Colchester; Deborah Luskin on boomers caught
between elderly parents and maturing children.
Concerns today about the possibility of flash floods from
torrential storms; Verizon Wireless takes over Unicel, but must sell the assets
in Vermont and upstate New
York to maintain competition. Today’s the first day
to cast a ballot in Vermont’s
primary election. A New Hampshire
fuel company is fined $6,000 for spilling fuel at two Vermont
Vermont Congressman Peter Welch talks about
a number of issues, including efforts to combat high fuel prices. We’ll
discuss proposed funding increases for the fuel assistance program and Welch’s
opposition to expanded offshore drilling.