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Vermont Right to Know Coalition

Vermont Congressman Peter Welch was on Capitol Hill today with food industry executives to express opposition to legislation that would block mandatory labeling of genetically modified foods — already law in Vermont.

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Most of us take bridges for granted, but experts warn that by and large, the nation’s bridges and other infrastructure is in bad shape. WAMC’s North Country Bureau Chief Pat Bradley has more on a new report on rural roads and bridges.

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Vermont's chief superior judge says he believes a child protection bill awaiting Governor Peter Shumlin's signature will help courts respond better to child abuse cases by providing them with more complete information.

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Lincoln Renewable Gas has proposed bringing a methane-processing plant to Salisbury that would supply 40 percent of Middlebury College's heating needs.

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The organization that regulates health care in Vermont says the two providers offering health insurance through the state health exchange are seeking rate increases.

Chittenden County Transportation Authority

Local, state and federal officials marking the ground-breaking for a new Downtown Transit Center in Burlington say they hope it will make moving in, out of and around Vermont's largest city easier.

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Vermont lawmakers passed a $5.5 billion budget with $30 million dollars in tax increases before ending their 2015 session Saturday night. WAMC’s North Country Bureau Chief Pat Bradley has a wrap-up.

U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders has named two long-time Vermont political aides to key positions in his presidential campaign.

Fairpoint Communications

FairPoint Communications says about 60 jobs will be lost when it closes a call center in South Burlington.

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The Vermont Statehouse chamber was evacuated after a brown bat flew in to join the state's lawmakers.

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