Vermont This Week
April 25, 2014Episode Guide »
Sam Hemingway, Burlington Free Press; Mark Davis, Seven Days; Anne Galloway, vtdigger.org
State First To Require GMO Labeling; Voters Divided Over Education Reform, Governor's Performance; Another State Employee Charged With Embezzlement; AG Finds Up to 8,000 Vermonters Snared By Loan Sharks; High Profile Bills Languish As Session End Nears.
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