The hillside village of Old Bennington is a popular spot for leaf-peepers. We continue our series of audio postcards from Vermont towns with a visit to the Old First Church that stands there, and the cemetery that dates back to 1761.
Anthony Pollina’s independent campaign for governor got a boost from a federal court ruling on campaign finance recently. We talk with about the three-way race for governor. Also, an audio postcard from Old Bennington.
The Legislature’s health care committees are continuing to work on
improvements to state’s health care plans. We examine the goal of insuring 96
percent of Vermonters while working within the constraints of a tight
budget. Also on the program, a second look at a controversy over
an old cemetery in Hartland.
One week from now, Vermonters will go to the polls and choose which
party and which candidate to vote for the presidential primary. But some Vermonters are still weighing which candidate will get their vote. We talk with political analyst Eric
Davis and take your calls. Also, a controversy over when it’s appropriate
to relocate an old cemetery, and we listen to the sounds of winter necessity for those who take the
ice: getting your skates sharpened.