Long before she became Vermont's secretary of state or the head of the Agency of Natural Resources, Deb Markowitz was a law student at Georgetown Law in Washington, D.C. That's where she studied the work of a woman who was then a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals, but who had already successfully argued […]
The VPR-Vermont PBS poll released Tuesday shed light on Vermonters' feelings on the upcoming election. This hour, we'll talk with the poll director and a panel of journalists about the results, including Gov. Phil Scott's continued rise in popularity over his challengers and who Vermonters plan to vote for in the presidential election.
They're in it for the long haul. Fatigued. Short of breath. Continuing to exhibit symptoms weeks -- if not months -- after contracting COVID-19. This hour: long-haulers and the known -- and unknown -- effects of a once-in-a-century virus. We hear from a physician at the University of Vermont, a New York Times reporter who […]
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died Friday at the age of 87. This hour, we talk with Vermonters — from sitting senators to past state officials who knew her — to reflect on her judicial legacy and the political ramifications of filling her court seat during the presidential election.