VLS in the News
Week of July 11
July 18, 2011
- KPFK/Pacifica Radio's Background Briefing spoke with Associate Professor Jennifer Taub on July 17 about the non-appointment of Elizabeth Warren to lead the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau she founded.
- The Rutland Herald had an obituary July 17 for Mary Russell, VLS's first registrar.
- BNA talked to Professor Pat Parenteau on July 15 about the backlash against the EPA from industry, Republican lawmakers and state regulators.
- In his Sports Illustrated column and interviews with WNYC, WEEI Boston, CBS Baltimore and WJR Detroit July 14-15, Professor Michael McCann discussed the mistrial in the perjury trial of former baseball star Roger Clemens.
- The BBC spoke with Professor Cheryl Hanna on July 13 about constitutional questions over whether North Dakota is really a U.S. state.
- McClatchy Newspapers, whose story was carried by news outlets nationwide, talked to Professor Mark Latham on July 13 about Republican efforts to block federal regulations that protect the environment.
- WCAX and WAMC spoke July 13 with Professor Michael Dworkin about the Canadian company Gaz Metro's takeover of Central Vermont Public Service.
- WCAX talked to Professor Cheryl Hanna on July 13 about a rash of embezzlement cases in Vermont and defending state statutes in federal court.
- Courthouse News Service, a nationwide news service, spoke July 13 with Adjunct Professor Jack Tuholske about the environmental impacts of a proposed railroad project in Montana's Tongue River Valley.
- The Star Local News (Texas) reported July 12 that Rebecca (Mitchell) Wadas '97 was named Texas' Assistant Attorney General of the Year.