Making Your Voice Heard in Montpelier

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Vermont’s Legislature offers ordinary citizens unparalleled access to lawmakers and the legislative process. But what’s the most effective way to put that access to work on behalf of the causes you care about? With our guests, lobbyist Matt Levin of Vermonters for a Clean Environment and Windsor Senator Dick McCormack, we explore the do’s and don’ts of citizen activism at the legislative level: how to get your issues on the table, testify at committee hearings and provide lawmakers with useful information on the questions that matter most to you. (Listen)

We continue our series on the Vermont Statehouse. Today, curator David Schutz takes us behind the Governor’s desk for a look at the chief executive’s chair – a 150-year-old artifact with a story behind it. (Listen)

And on the program Vermont Public Radio will be getting a new president.  Jane Lindholm talks with current president Mark Vogelzang and incoming president, Robin Turnau about the change and what it means for VPR. (Listen)

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