White River Family Practice in the Upper Valley is a patient-centered medical home, and it was recently awarded the highest level of certification by the National Committee for Quality Assurance. Dr. Mark Nunlist is a physician there, and he explains what this approach looks like in action.
Vermont Law School professor, Cheryl Hanna, speaks with Vermont Edition about the oral arguments the Vermont court is hearing today at the Vermont Law School and the court’s tradition of hearing them out in a public venue.
Calvin Coolidge never struck his peers as ‘mostly likely to succeed’ but he eventually served six years as a largely popular president during a time of massive social, economic and technological change.
Congress usually passes a farm bill every five years. Except for last
year, when a version of the farm bill came to a screeching halt on the
House floor. Now, Congress is tasked with writing a whole new farm
bill, just as automatic spending cuts are kicking in.
History writer Mark Bushnell talks about the epic battle between the Federalists and the Democratic-Republicans over the future of the country and the role of Vermont congressman Matthew Lyon played in it.