Vermont State House Special Event - Toxic Chemical 08/23/2016

Toxic Chemical Use Working Group H.595 - August 23, 2016

UVM: John Abele Inaugural Stetson Lecture 08/23/2016

Founding Chairman, Retired, Boston Scientific Corporation “The Law of Accelerating Returns.”

Boston Scientific Corporation co-founder and medical device pioneer John Abele will present the inaugural Stetson Technological Advances in Medicine Lecture at noon in the Carpenter Auditorium in the Given Building at the University of Vermont College of Medicine. His lecture, titled “The Law of Accelerating Returns,” will focus on the challenges facing the medical field as a result of the exponential acceleration of promising technological developments. 

Green Mountain Care Board: Hospital Budget FY17 Hearing Day 2 08/18/2016

The Green Mountain Care Board (GMCB) hearing on the FY17 Hospital Budget.

9:15 am Porter Medical Center
10:20 am Rutland Regional Medical Center (RRMC)
12:50 pm Copley Hospital
1:55 pm North Country Hospital

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Green Mountain Care Board: Hospital Budget FY17 Hearing Day 1 08/17/2016

The Green Mountain Care Board (GMCB) hearing on the FY17 Hospital Budget.

9:15 am The University of Vermont Medical Center & Central Vermont Medical Center (joint presentation)
12:50 pm Northwestern Medical Center

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What is Not Working in Mental Health Systems and Other Organizations: Marj Berthold Shares Her Wisdom and Experience with the VT Mental Health System 08/09/2016

Marj Berthold continues her series of programs on "What is Not Working in the Vermont Mental Health System." In this episode she shares her wisdom and experience with Mental Health Systems, in preperation for a possible workshop at the upcoming 2016 NARPA conference. To learn more about Marj watch: Tremors in The System; The Help You Need vs The Help You Get 01/01/2009

Burlington Mayor's Press Conference: Declaring August 2016 Nuclear Disarmament Awareness Month 08/03/2016

Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger declares August 2016 Nuclear Disarmament Awareness Month. Burlington joined Mayors for Peace in 1986.

Vermont Affordable Housing Show: Vermont Affordable Housing Coalition 08/03/2016

Host Ted Wimpey talks with Corinne Yonce, VISTA Resident Organizer, about her portrait and audio interview project with affordable housing residents.

More information on Housing Discrimination Law Project of Vermont Legal Aid:  |  |

If you think you’ve been discriminated against or if you just keep hearing that the apartment is already rented, contact: 1-800-889-2047  |

More information on Fair Housing:  CVOEO Fair Housing Project  |  |  802-864-3334 Ext. 202

Vermont Human Rights Commission:  |  1-800-416-2010

Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing resources from the National Low Income Housing Coalition:

You can contact Erhard at erhardm '@' | (802) 660-9484 |

Hunger Mountain Coop Workshop Series - GMO Labeling Law with Andrea Stander 08/02/2016

Hunger Mountain Coop Workshop Series - GMO Labeling Law with Andrea Stander, Rural Vermont Director

Road to Recovery: Preventing and Addressing Opioid Misuse and Abuse 08/01/2016

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)

FOCUS: Report from the 2016 Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia – on the scene with Linda Maloney of Vermont 07/28/2016

Host Margaret Harrington talks with Linda Maloney who has been in Philadelphia for the duration of the Democratic National Convention. They talk about the nomination of Bernie Sanders for president by Representative Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii and Shyla Nelson, delegate from Vermont. Other topics are the police presence at demonstrations outside the convention including the Democracy Spring March and the massive Clean Energy Revolution March on July 24. Linda Maloney discusses why the Bernie Sanders Campaign to win the presidency is historic and uplifting and what's in the future for Bernie supporters.

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Local Access Organizations Sign Forward Thinking Agreement with Burlington Telecom

An interactive program guide, HD channels, video on demand, improving local PEG channel quality, are just a few examples of this agreement meeting community needs for the creation and distribution of locally produced media. Creatives, citizens, nonprofits, activists and local municipalities all avail themselves of community access services. The support of Burlington Telecom for the work of local community access centers shows a continued support for the citizens and residents of Burlington. 


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