April 12, 2002 – News at a Glance

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Interview with Janet Milne
Steve Delaney talks with Vermont Law School Professor Janet Milne about environmental taxation. VLS is hosting a conference Friday on how tax policy can compel environmentally sound behavior. (VPR)

Freyne, VPT
A public debate over who can be a panelist on a television news show has come to an end. Vermont Public Television has reversed its decision to remove one of the panelists on its program “Vermont This Week.” (VPR)

Two Sheep Infected
The U.S. Department of Agriculture says two sheep from a Vermont flock have tested positive for a family of illnesses that includes mad cow disease. The test results were released more than a year after federal officials destroyed two flocks of sheep out of concern that the animals were infected with the fatal brain disorder. (VPR)

Reverend Sterzbach
Republican gubernatorial candidate Jim Douglas says there’s no place in Vermont politics for the hate-filled message of the Reverend David Stertzbach. Douglas’ Democratic opponent, Doug Racine wonders why it’s taken Douglas two years to come to this conclusion. (VPR)

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