Attorney General remembers Woodstock

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Today we’re marking the fortieth anniversary of that historic summertime event with the stories from people who were there. One Vermonter who got to Woodstock is today the Attorney General of the state. Bill Sorrell was 22 years old in the summer of ’69. He shares memories of the festival with VPR’s Mitch Wertlieb.

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