The deadline for filing taxes
looms large on the calendar. On the next Vermont Edition, we get advice from the pros. Also on the program, a court
decision reaffirms the rules about who’s responsible for libelous information
posted to blogs and other web sites. And
a few teens get the thrill of meeting their snowboarding heroes
at the U.S. Open at Stratton.
Proponents of a bill at the Statehouse say that
some records, particularly those related to family court proceedings,
could be abused if they were available online, as opposed to paper records. We look at the public’s
right to know and the individual’s right to privacy in the era of
digital court records.
Also, New Hampshire’s anti-tax stance might be eroding, and we hear about newly discovered letters from the Cornish, New Hampshire, painter Maxfield Parrish.