Post-census, somebody has to sit down and figure out what our state house and senate districts will look like. For the second decade in a row, Tom Little has been put in charge of the Legislative Apportionment Board. He joins us to outline the work the board will be doing this year. National correspondent Bob Ney joins us. We’ll then hear from two Seven Days writers who have interviewed some of Vermont’s candidates of color who are running in local elections this Town Meeting Day. And we finish the show speaking with former Vermonter Ed Tracy, whose new book – “Gorilla in the Room” – is a series of essays that marry his battle with colon cancer and an imagined Broadway play.
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