Commentator Dick Mallary says some difficult questions need to be raised in the current health care overhaul discussion. Those questions have to do with the need for limits on how much care can be provided.
Commentator Dick Mallary is a former U.S. congressman from Vermont. He has also served extensively in state government, and he thinks there may be a better way to assess punitive damages in legal actions – that would be in the interest of both fairness and the public good.
Commentator Dick Mallary is a former U.S. congressman from Vermont who has served extensively in state government, including a turn as state tax commissioner in 2003. He’s been following the current discussion about Capital Gains Tax Reform and has some thoughts of his own on the subject.
Commentator Dick Mallary has served extensively in state government and he’s a former U-S congressman from Vermont. And as the business of this legislative session gets under way, he has some practical advice for lawmakers.
Tonight on VPR’s Symposium on the Future of Education in Vermont, the focus shifts to how we pay for our education system, and the thinking behind Vermont’s education financing reform movement, which seeks to change the basic laws that direct how we pay for primary and secondary education in Vermont. This morning, commentator Dick Mallary begins the discussion by suggesting that the laws themselves do not need reforming.