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The Dave Gram Show is WDEV Radio Vermont's public affairs program. It airs Monday through Friday from 9am to 11am. Hosted by Dave Gram, former Vermont AP reporter and current VTDigger reporter, The Dave Gram show features important topics and important guests and your phone calls! Airing live on WDEV (96.1FM 96.5FM 101.9FM and 550AM), serving Central and Northern Vermont. You can listen to recordings of the show here.

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The Dave Gram Show is WDEV Radio Vermont's public affairs program. It airs Monday through Friday from 9am to 11am. Hosted by Dave Gram, former Vermont AP reporter and current VTDigger reporter, The Dave Gram show features important topics and important guests and your phone calls! Airing live on WDEV (96.1FM 96.5FM 101.9FM and 550AM), serving Central and Northern Vermont. You can listen to recordings of the show here.

    Reopening Schools, David Zuckerman and Molly Gray on Primary Wins

    Reopening Schools, David Zuckerman and Molly Gray on Primary Wins

    Paul Heintz of Seven Days joins Dave to go over primary results. Don Tinney, president of the Vermont NEA, updates us on talks about schools reopening in the fall. Later, Democrats Dave Zuckerman and Molly Gray talk about their primary victories and the fall campaigns.

    • 1 hr 37 min
    Primary Day!

    Primary Day!

    Xander Landen, political writer with VTDigger.org, helps Dave lay down what to watch for in Vermont's state primary. Republican gubernatorial candidate John Klar joins Dave to describe why he has decided to file in the general election as an independent. Later, Secretary of State Jim Condos joins Dave to talk about mail-in ballots and other topics connected with this COVID-19-affected election.

    • 1 hr 34 min
    Vermont Inmates Contract COVID in Mississippi and UVM Research

    Vermont Inmates Contract COVID in Mississippi and UVM Research

    Monday’s show starts with a visit from interim Corrections Commissioner James Baker on the COVID outbreak among Vermont inmates housed in Mississippi. Elizabeth Hewitt of VTDigger.org joins in the second half hour for a news review.   Later, UVM Vice President for Research Kirk Dombrowski talks about the school setting a new record for research funding.

    • 1 hr 37 min
    Health Care Access and Orchard Valley Waldorf School Reopening Plans

    Health Care Access and Orchard Valley Waldorf School Reopening Plans

    Vermont Health Care advocate Mike Fischer checks in to take listener calls about access to health care during the pandemic. Later, Madelie Becherer, head of school with the Orchard Valley Waldorf School in East Montpelier, talks about plans to reopen this fall.

    • 1 hr 38 min
    UVMMC Financial Struggles and Police Reform

    UVMMC Financial Struggles and Police Reform

    University of Vermont Medical Center officials talk about tough budget times for their affiliated hospitals. Former Rep. Kiah Morris and James Duff Lyall of the ACLU talk about police reform. And, on the 75th anniversary of the Hiroshima bombing, writer Stephen Kiernan talks about a new fictional work based on that history. 

    • 1 hr 43 min
    Cannabis Legislation, Mail-In Voting, and a 10-Year Plan for Big Game

    Cannabis Legislation, Mail-In Voting, and a 10-Year Plan for Big Game

    Wednesday's program begins with Matt Simon of the Marijuana Policy Project updating listeners on the status of legislation that would allow cannabis to be sold at retail and taxed in Vermont. Reporter Kevin McCallum of Seven Days and Barre City Clerk Carol Dawes join Dave to talk about how municipal clerks are handling a flood of mail-in ballots. Later, the Fish & Wildlife Department's 10-year plan for big game -- moose, bears, deer and turkeys -- is up for a virtual public hearing Wednesday night. The department's Mark Scott and Adam Miller join Dave to discuss.

    • 1 hr 38 min

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