Senator Patrick Leahy Vermont Drug Task Force Receives Federal Grant To Expand Personnel By Pat Bradley • Aug 23, 2016 WAMC/Pat Bradley Listen Listening... / 4:20 Vermont U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy was surrounded by law enforcement and health officials in Williston on Monday as he announced that a federal grant will allow the Vermont Drug Task Force to expand. Vermont Drug Task Force Gets 6 New Posts By Pat Bradley • Aug 22, 2016 WAMC/Pat Bradley Listen Listening... / 0:44 The Vermont Drug Task Force is getting six new positions with help from a $1.4 million federal grant. Leahy: Vermont To Get $7 Million In Homeland Security Funds By Pat Bradley • Jul 2, 2016 Listen Listening... / 0:46 Vermont U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy has announced that the state and its communities will get $7 million from a round of federal funding for homeland security. Republican Hopes To Unseat Senate's Longest-Serving Member By Pat Bradley • May 26, 2016 milneforvermont.org Listen Listening... / 0:49 Republican Scott Milne has made it official. He's looking to unseat the U.S. Senate's longest-serving member, Vermont Democrat Patrick Leahy. Brattleboro Manufacturing Company Starts $17M Expansion By Pat Bradley • Dec 28, 2015 taxcredits.net Listen Listening... / 0:48 A Brattleboro company has started a $17 million expansion that will bring 100 new jobs in the next few years. HV Congresswoman Backs Amendment On Money In Politics By Allison Dunne • Jun 3, 2014 Flickr/Andrew Magill A Hudson Valley congresswoman has added her name to co-sponsors of a constitutional amendment to limit money in politics. Leahy: Immigration Shows Senate Can Work By Pat Bradley • Jun 28, 2013 Listen Listening... / Senator Patrick Leahy says Senate passage this week of comprehensive immigration reform shows that the Senate still can work together and accomplish things. NY Air Guard Abuse Claim Gets Attention From Senators By Pat Bradley • Jun 16, 2013 U.S Dept of Defense/Wikimedia Commons Public Domain Listen Listening... / A spokesman for Vermont U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy says his staff will talk to a retired New York Air National Guard officer who alleges a pattern of sexual misconduct at an upstate air base.