Republican Jim Douglas served as governor of Vermont from 2003 to 2011. Chris Graff talks with him about the key issues during his four terms, including the economic downturn that sharpened debate over spending and taxation; same-sex marriage; and the debate over relicensing Vermont Yankee. Key staffers Betsy Bishop, Neale Lunderville and Mike Smith offer insights.
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