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Bartlett Says She Can Win With Less Money
Wednesday, 07/14/10
By Bob Kinzel
Later this week, the five Democratic gubernatorial candidates will reveal how much money they've raised in the past year and they'll detail their expenditures. Senator Susan Bartlett says there's no doubt that she'll be in last place among the Democratic candidates, but she insists that she's on track to win the race for Governor.
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Voices In The Week's News: June 25, 2010
Friday, 06/25/10
By Ric Cengeri
These were some of the voices in the news this week.
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Bartlett Supports Re-structuring State Government
Wednesday, 06/23/10
By Bob Kinzel
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Susan Bartlett says it's critical to restructure all of state government along the lines of the recently passed Challenges for Change bill. Bartlett says developing an outcomes based approach to the state budget is one way to improve government services without raising new taxes.
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Gubernatorial Candidate Susan Bartlett
Tuesday, 06/22/10
By Bob Kinzel
Our series of interviews with major party candidates for governor continues. Also, Congressman Peter Welch on how the BP corporation should be dealt with by Congress and the president.
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VT Edition: 2010 Gubernatorial Candidate Susan Bartlett
Friday, 11/06/09
By Bob Kinzel
VPR's Bob Kinzel talks with 2010 gubernatorial candidate Susan Bartlett about solutions to some of the most pressing problems facing the state. 
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Gubernatorial Candidate Susan Bartlett
Friday, 11/06/09
By Bob Kinzel
We talk with Lamoille State Senator Susan Bartlett.  She's one of four democratic candidates who have declared they'll run for the state's top office.  Also, VPR's Ross Sneyd on developintg stories in the region, and a look back at the voices in this week's news.
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Dunne Becomes 4th Democratic Candidate For Governor
Tuesday, 11/03/09
By Ross Sneyd
Matt Dunne of Hartland became the fourth Democrat to enter the governor's race Tuesday.
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Douglas says 8% budget cuts needed
Wednesday, 10/14/09
By Bob Kinzel
Governor Jim Douglas says he's preparing a state budget for next year that will likely include difficult cuts.
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Progressives says Democrats need to support certain policies
Friday, 08/14/09
By Bob Kinzel
Progressive Party leaders say they'll endorse a Democratic candidate for governor next year if that candidate supports certain policies.
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Douglas likely to run for re-election
Wednesday, 06/10/09
By Ross Sneyd
Governor Jim Douglas is likely to run for re-election. The governor says he's not ready to make a formal announcement. But in an appearance on VPR's Vermont Edition, he indicated he would be campaigning for a fifth term.
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Susan Bartlett says she’ll run for governor
Thursday, 06/04/09
By Ross Sneyd
State Senator Susan Bartlett of Lamoille County says she'll be joining the crowded field of Democrats who plan to run for governor.
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VT Edition: Eric Davis, Susan Bartlett & Neale Lunderville on the veto override
Wednesday, 06/03/09
By Jane Lindholm
Political analyst Eric Davis, Secretary Neale Lunderville and Senator Susan Bartlett  join VPR's Jane Lindholm to discuss the ramifications of yesterday's override of Governor Jim Douglas's budget veto.
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Budget Reaction
Wednesday, 06/03/09
By Jane Lindholm
The legislature's vote to override the governor's veto ends the tumultuous debate over the state budget.  We talk with Eric Davis, Neale Lunderville and Susan Bartlett about what the vote means for the state's political climate.  Also, we visit mystery writer Archer Mayor.
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At least 4 Democrats consider run for governor
Tuesday, 02/24/09
The list of Democrats considering a run for governor in 2010 is growing.
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VT farmers hope stimulus will reduce pollution
Friday, 02/13/09
A group of farmers in northwestern Vermont are hoping the federal economic stimulus package will help them reduce the amount of pollutants that reach Lake Champlain.
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Higher education, human service cuts recommended
Monday, 12/15/08
By Bob Kinzel
The details of nearly $20 million in cuts to this year's Vermont budget were released this morning.  The cuts are being recommended to offset a drop in state revenues.  
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Support grows for suspension of transportation matching funds
Friday, 11/14/08
By Bob Kinzel
Vermont's congressional delegation is supporting a plan to quickly rebuild the country's transportation infrastructure. The key to the plan is a provision proposed by a Vermont state senator.  
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Bartlett says Washington should waive local match on road projects
Friday, 10/24/08
By Bob Kinzel
Senate Appropriations Chairwoman Susan Bartlett has a plan that she says could pump tens of millions of dollars and thousands of jobs into the Vermont economy. VPR's Bob Kinzel reports.
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Vt. Lawmakers work to balance budget
Friday, 08/22/08
Vermont lawmakers and the Douglas administration are working to close a $32 million budget shortfall.
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Legislative leaders work to trim budget
Thursday, 08/21/08
By Ross Sneyd
Vermont's budget is $30 million out of balance this year. Senator Susan Bartlett says the situation could be worse next year unless something is done now.
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Chairwoman of Senate Appropriations hits job cuts
Thursday, 05/22/08
An influential Vermont state senator is criticizing the Douglas administration's plan to cut jobs in the Agency of Human Services.
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Vermont's Budget
Wednesday, 05/07/08
By Jane Lindholm
Governor Jim Douglas says lawmakers used every penny in the cookie jar in crafting this year's budget. We talk with Senate Appropriations Chair Susan Bartlett and Finance Commissioner Jim Reardon about what they forecast for next year's budget. Also, an upcoming conference at Dartmouth looks to uncover the "Human Algorithm." And we continue our series of My Vermont essays.
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Negotiators reach agreement on budget, setting stage for adjournment
Friday, 05/02/08
By John Dillon
Negotiators in the House and Senate have reached agreement on next year's budget, one of the final steps before adjournment. The deal paves the way for the Legislature to adjourn tomorrow.
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