Zach Rhoads, Author and Behavior Consultant, interviews Jim Shields, Director of the Big Picture Program at South Burlington High School and Addison White, Big Picture Program student.
Young Justice is a show concerned with issues surrounding children and education in Vermont.
Join us at the Burlington UU this Sunday to call for a moral economy in Vermont, one that includes livable wages, family and medical leave and justice and fairness in the workplace. We invite you to learn how you can get involved in an initiative to increase our state’s minimum wage to $15/hour, push for family and medical leave insurance, protect workers’ rights here in Burlington, and support the efforts of UVM Medical Center patient care professionals to form a union and advocate for themselves and their patients.
Get updates from the NRC on their approval process as well as the State of VT on their CPG process when it comes to the sale of the VT Yankee Nuclear Plant in Vernon, VT from Entergy to potential buyer NorthStar.
Host Christine Speidel, Director, Vermont Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic, Vermont Legal Aid, Inc., and guests Grant C. Peterson, Senior Stakeholder Relationship Tax Consultant, Internal Revenue Service, Robert H. Fett, Local Taxpayer Advocate for the State of Vermont, IRS Taxpayer Advocate Service, and Michael McClintock, VITA Tax Site Coordinator, Chittenden County Community Action, discuss the Earned Income Tax Credit, which the largest federal anti-poverty refund program offered today, and promote the EITC Awareness Day on January 27th.
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