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October 29, 2009 In The News

Vermont's lone congressman says Goldman Sachs should repay taxpayers the $12.9 billion it received through American International Group before it awards bonuses to employees this year.

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October 29, 2009 In The News

By Saturday night, 1,500 Vermont National Guard members will be in Louisiana training for their mission to Afghanistan.

The first 300 soldiers left for Fort Polk on Sunday. About 600 more will board planes Friday afternoon. And another 600 will leave on Saturday.

October 28, 2009 In The News

Vermont Public Radio staff report

Vermont's lone congressman says Goldman Sachs should repay taxpayers the $12.9 billion it received through American International Group before it awards bonuses to employees this year.

Issues:
October 28, 2009 In The News

WCAX staff report

By Saturday night, 1,500 Vermont National Guard members will be in Louisiana training for their mission to Afghanistan.

The first 300 soldiers left for Fort Polk on Sunday. About 600 more will board planes Friday afternoon. And another 600 will leave on Saturday.

October 21, 2009 In The News

By Nancy Remsen, Burlington Free Press

When Donna Watts' son dropped out of college at age 19 and began working a series of temporary jobs, he lost health insurance coverage under his parents' plan.

October 20, 2009 In The News

By Nancy Remsen, Burlington Free Press

When Donna Watts' son dropped out of college at age 19 and began working a series of temporary jobs, he lost health insurance coverage under his parents' plan.

October 18, 2009 In The News

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION – Rep. Peter Welch heard almost as many complaints from supporters of health care reform as he did from its opponents during a public forum Saturday.

October 18, 2009 In The News

White River Junction -- U.S. Rep. Peter Welch, Vermont's sole voice in the House of Representatives, acknowledged yesterday afternoon that the discussion on health care reform has taken a different tone in the Green Mountain State than it has in other parts of the country.

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