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Let it be heardHave you ever wanted to talk directly to your representatives in Vermont state government? Is there an issue that's important to you that you want voiced? Are there questions that you think still need answering? Report from Montpelier gives you, the viewer and citizen, the ability to directly communicate with your elected officials in state office. This call-in special connects you to the representation.
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February 17, 2011Key legislative leaders join host Kristin Carlson to discuss the Vermont economy, state budget, and other timely issues confronting the legislature this sesssion. VPT viewers called and e-mailed questions on these and other topics during the program.
February 4, 2010Senator Peter Shumlin, President Pro Tem; Neale Lunderville, Administration Secretary; Representative Patti Komline, Minority Leader; Representative Shap Smith, Speaker of the House.
March 18, 2010Mark Johnson talks with Sen. Susan Bartlett the Chair of the Appropriations Committee, Rep. Floyd Nease the Majority Leader, Rep. David Zuckerman and Rep. Oliver Olsen.
March 26, 2009Mark Johnson talks with Sen. Susan Bartlett the Chair of the Appropriations Committee, Rep. Shap Smith the Speaker of the House and Neale Lunderville the Administration Secretary.
February 5, 2009Mark Johnson talks with Sen. Mark MacDonald, Rep. Patti Komline the House Minority Leader, Rep. Floyd Nease the House Majority Leader and Neale Lunderville the Administration Secretary.
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