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Stanak Touts Activist Background
Tuesday, 10/30/12
By Neal Charnoff
Ed Stanak, the Progressive Party candidate for Vermont Attorney General, says he brings an activist background to the table, following his 35 years of experience in the legal system.
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AG Candidates Differ On How Activist Each Should Be
Friday, 10/19/12
By Bob Kinzel
The three major party attorney general candidates are sparring over how much of an "activist" the attorney general should be. The three candidates, Incumbent Democrat Bill Sorrell, Republican Jack McMullen and Progressive Ed Stanak have very different views about the kinds of legal cases that the attorney general's office should be involved in.
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Debate: Democratic AG's Race Audio Now Online
Thursday, 08/23/12
By Jane Lindholm
The Democratic candidates for Attorney General Bill Sorrell and TJ Donovan have their final debate before Tuesday’s election.
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Donovan Courts Republican Voters In Democratic Primary
Wednesday, 08/15/12
By Bob Kinzel
Some political observers  think Republican voters could be a key factor in the Democratic primary for Attorney General.
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Donovan Wages Challenge For AG Nomination
Thursday, 06/21/12
By Jane Lindholm
T.J. Donovan was elected Chittenden County state's attorney in 2006, and now says the attorney general's office needs new blood. He's challenging incumbent Bill Sorrell in the Democratic Primary.
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Speaker Announces He Won't Make A Bid For AG
Thursday, 04/05/12
By Kirk Carapezza
Speaker of the House Shap Smith says he won't run for attorney general. Smith says after careful consideration he's decided instead to seek reelection as state representative.
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Attorney General Rejects Democrats' Complaint
Wednesday, 02/29/12
By Ross Sneyd
The attorney general's office has rejected a complaint against an advocacy group that advertised about education funding. Democrats complained that the Campaign for Vermont should file as a political committee, because it spent more than $500 in an ad critical of Governor Peter Shumlin.
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Sorrell Asks For "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" Policy With Undocumented Workers
Friday, 11/19/10
By John Dillon
Attorney general Bill Sorrell is asking police to adopt a "don't ask, don't tell" policy when dealing with undocumented immigrants. He says his proposal is designed to curb racial profiling and make it safer for victims of crime to seek help from law enforcement.
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Attorney General Candidates Discuss Differing Priorities
Thursday, 10/07/10
By Bob Kinzel
Democrat Bill Sorrell, Republican Aaron Toscano and Progressive Charlotte Dennett met in a debate Thursday. The three major party candidates say they would have very different priorities if they won in November.
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"The End Of Overeating"
Tuesday, 06/01/10
By Jane Lindholm
David Kessler, the author of "The End of Overeating" and Jean Harvey-Berino, a nutrition researcher at UVM, discuss public health policy and personal responsbility in the effort to control Americans' weight gain. Also, why the New Hampshire attorney general says Dartmouth-Hitchcock can't form a partnerhip with another health care provider in the Granite state.
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