Point Counterpoint

Producer

Description

Seven Days political columnist Peter Freyne discusses the big issues with lawmakers in Montpelier.

Programs in this Series

Format: 2020-08-07
Format: 2020-08-07
Point-Counterpoint Legislative Interviews - 04/23/2008
Former Seven Days political columnist Peter Freyne discusses the big issues with lawmakers in Montpelier. Point Counterpoint began its 15th season on February 14th.
Point-Counterpoint Legislative Interviews - 02/14/2008
CCTV/Channel 17 remembers Peter Freyne, 1949-2009 For 15 seasons Peter worked with us to produce the legislative program Point Counterpoint.  He was a great friend to us and we will miss him.  For more Freyne shows click here. Check Seven Days for...
Point/Counterpoint Legislative Interviews - 06/16/2005
Peter Freyne interviews various representatives. Sen. Vince Illuzzi (R), Sen. Jim Leddy (D), Rep. David Zuckerman (P), Rep. Kurt Wright (R), Peter Mallary (D - Chair), and Jim Barnett (R - Chair).
Point/Counterpoint Interviews - 04/14/2005
Point Counterpoint with Peter Freyne Interviewees: Rep. Kurt Wright (R), Rep. Mark Larson (D), Rep. David Sunderland (R), Rep. Carolyn Partridge (D), Jim Barnett (Chair VT Republican Party), and Peter Mallary (Chair VT Democratic Party)
Point/Counterpoint Interviews - 03/11/2005
Point Counterpoint with Peter Freyne
Point/Counterpoint Interviews - 05/14/2004
Point Counterpoint with Peter Freyne. Last Program of PCP. Progressive vs. Republican. Sponsored by Associated Industries of Vermont, Central Vermont Public Service, Entergy Vermont Yankee, and Seven Days.
Point/Counterpoint Interviews - 04/16/2004
Point Counterpoint with Peter Freyne. Peter Freyne interviews representatives on a variety of topics, but mainly the legalization of marijuana. Sponsored by Associated Industries of Vermont, Central Vermont Public Service, Entergy Vermont Yankee,...

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