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Vermont's Libraries

11/29/07 12:00PM By Jane Lindholm
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Vermont has more libraries per capita than any other state. But Vermont is one of the few states in the nation that does not fund its libraries at a state level. We look at how libraries raise their own funds locally, and we also examine how the role of a town library has changed.

Also, some college students are calling their parents up to ten times a week on their cell phones...we talk with one Middlebury professor who's researching whether or not those phone calls delay adulthood.

And, we travel to Isle La Motte as part of our series of postcards from Vermont towns.


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