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As Data Show Rising Racial Gaps In Police Stops, Committee Considers Next Steps

A committee charged with addressing bias in the state police is taking its first steps to respond to the racial discrepancies revealed in data on traffic stops.
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Samantha Power, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, gave a shout out to Rutland during a speech Wednesday on the global refugee crisis.

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The Attorney General's office and the Vermont Human Rights Commission have launched a public education campaign to alert consumers and businesses about the existence of gender-based pricing for goods and services in the state.

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Writer David Budbill is well known in Vermont and beyond for his play Judevine, as well as for his work as a poet. Over a year ago, Budbill was diagnosed with PSP, or progressive supranuclear palsy – a degenerative condition that is characterized as a rare form of Parkinson's Disease. Now based in Montpelier, he spoke to Vermont Edition about his current life and work, including the effects of his illness.

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To be successful over a 162-game major league baseball season, you've got to have a deep pitching staff. Without the arms, a strong start can come undone.

Angela Evancie / VPR

The Vermont Department of Financial Regulation has reached a $5.95 million settlement with the securities firm Raymond James and Associates over the firm’s handling of investments at Jay Peak, officials announced Thursday.

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As Act 46 Enters Its Second Phase, School Boards Brace For Hard Conversations

The Act 46 school district consolidation law has jump-started difficult conversations across the state about how Vermonters should govern their schools. As the law moves into its second phase, the talks will likely get more complicated as school boards scramble to comply.
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'A Prairie Home Companion': Garrison's Last Show

Garrison Keillor will be hosting A Prairie Home Companion for the last time Saturday, July 2. We think this calls for a celebration to honor Garrison!
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