With Earth Day approaching Monday, Dave devotes Friday’s visit to the Statehouse to environmental issues percolating through the legislative process. Reps. Mary Sullivan and Mari Cordes join Dave to talk about action and inaction on climate. Gov. Phil Scott stops by and Dave asks him a range of questions on environmental issues. House Natural Resources Chairwoman Amy Sheldon updates Dave on challenges with planned reforms of the Act 250 land use law. Sen. Anthony Pollina talks with Dave about an effort to limit the use of neonicotinoid pesticides, which are blamed for damaging bee populations. And Paul Burns of the Vermont Public Interest Research Group stops by to provide an overview of how environmental issues have been handled by this year’s Legislature.
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