Community Forum for a Better Vermont

Producer

Meg Brooks

Description

"Community Forum For A Better Vermont" Live Show with Progressive Party representatives and supporters discussion of current issues. Host: Anthony Pollina, Candidate for Governor.

Programs in this Series

Format: 2019-08-19
Format: 2019-08-19
Guest Vince Brennan, Burlington School Commissioner - 09/09/2008
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Anthony Pollina & Hilary Martin - 08/12/2008
"Community Forum For A Better Vermont" Live Show with Progressive Party representatives and supporters discussion of current issues. Host: Anthony Pollina, Candidate for Governor. Today's guest is Hilary Martin, Co-Owner of Diggers Mirth Collective...
Guest: Doug Hoffer, Independent Policy Analyst - 07/08/2008
"Community Forum For A Better Vermont" Live Show with Progressive Party representatives and supporters discussion of current issues. Host: Anthony Pollina, Candidate for Governor. Guest: Doug Hoffer, Indenpendent Policy Analyst.
Anthony Pollina and Dr. Deb Richter on Healthcare - 06/10/2008
"Community Forum For A Better Vermont" Live Show with Progressive Party representatives and supporters discussion of current issues. Host: Anthony Pollina, Candidate for Governor. Today's guests are activists Arnie Gundersen and Margaret...
Vt. Yankee and Energy Issues - 05/13/2008
"Community Forum For A Better Vermont" Live Show with Progressive Party representatives and supporters discussion of current issues. Host: Anthony Pollina, Candidate for Governor. Today's guests are activists Arnie Gundersen and Margaret...
Community for a Better Vermont - 04/08/2008
"Community Forum For A Better Vermont" Live Show with Progressive Party representatives and supporters discussion current issues. Burlington Mayor Bob Kiss Anthony Pollina, Candidate for Governor

Featured Story

Alliance for Community Media says FCC Cable Vote Will Harm Local Media

The proposed rules would allow cable companies to assign market values to these benefits and then charge the amount back to local communities in most cases. Benefits include items like free cable subscriptions to schools, discounts for the elderly, and fiber connectivity to local government buildings like police departments, fire stations, and libraries.

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