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Edgar May, Former State Senator And Pulitzer Winner, Dies
Thursday, 12/27/12
By John Dillon
Former State Senator Edgar May - a Pulitzer prize wining journalist who became a liberal voice in Vermont politics - has died. May was 83, and had suffered a stroke about three weeks ago, according to his sister, former Vermont Governor Madeleine May Kunin.
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Vermont's First Female Governor Honored
Wednesday, 03/03/10
In honor of the 25th anniversary of the election of Vermont's first female governor, Madeleine Kunin gave a speech at UVM in honor of the event.  Here is an excerpt from the speech.
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What Difference Do Women in Leadership Make?
Wednesday, 03/03/10
Twenty-five years ago, Madeleine Kunin became the first woman to be elected governor of Vermont.  She addressed an anniversary symposium this week at UVM.  You can listen to her speech here.
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Product Stewardship: How To Create Less Trash
Wednesday, 03/03/10
By Jane Lindholm
We tackle the question of what role manufacturers, consumers and government should play in reducing the amount of trash we create when we throw out packaging or old products. Also, a proposed Rail Spur in Middlebury would accommodate the OMYA Corporation's freight needs. And, celebrating the election of Madeleine Kunin 25 years ago.
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Kunin To Receive Prestigious Eleanor Roosevelt Award
Thursday, 10/15/09
By Neal Charnoff
This weekend, former governor Madeleine Kunin will be receiving the Eleanor Roosevelt Val-Kill Medal. The award is given every year to those who've lived by values that were heralded by the former first lady - among them, social justice, and racial and gender equality.
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