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Burlington Business Association : Annual Summit - Housing and its Link to BTV's Future Economy 01/14/2015

In Burlington the average household spends 44% of its income on housing costs. The business community reports that the local housing market makes it challenging to recruit employees, retain professionals and grow our economy. The good news, however, is that work is being done to address the issue. Projects are on the table.

This Summit will focus on the "Housing Crisis" with a program that informs its members and motivates them to support change. 

 

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Under the Dome: House Committee on Health Care - Medicaid Overview 01/13/2015

House Committee on Health Care - January 13, 2015. Medicaid Overview

Under the Dome: House Committee on Health Care - Vermont Health Connect Overview & Update 01/13/2015

House Committee on Health Care - January 13, 2015. Vermont Health Connect Overview & Update

Under the Dome: House Committee on Health Care - Green Mountain Care Board Overview & Update 01/13/2015

House Committee on Health Care - January 13, 2015. Green Mountain Care Board Overview & Update

Feminist Media Review: Beyond the Nylon Curtain - Author Gerard Colby 01/12/2015

Host Peggy Luhrs speaks with author Gerard Colby on his recent book 'Behind the Nylon Curtain' about the DuPont dynasty. 

On the Waterfront: Green Mountain Care 01/07/2015

Host Melinda Moulton speaks with Peter Sterling of Vermont Leads on the timely discussion of the financing package for single payer as well as the plans for cost sharing and benefit package, all to be proposed by the Governor by January 28th. www.vermontleads.org

Under the Dome: Health Reform Oversight Committee Part 2 01/06/2015

Health Reform Oversight Committee - January 6, 2014 - Part 2

Under the Dome: Health Reform Oversight Committee Part 1 01/06/2015

Health Reform Oversight Committee - January 6, 2014 - Part 1

Lawline: Superior Court Training Session 01/06/2015

DO NOT AIR

Tom Garrett of Lawline, recording of the Superior Court Training.

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