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Henry Epp

Henry Epp

Host/Reporter, All Things Considered

Henry is a reporter and host of All Things Considered on VPR.

  • A look at the details of Vermont’s new plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Plus, the COVID positivity rate hits a record high, a push to limit the potency of legal cannabis, and a bill to help dairy farmers.
  • A look at the factors behind the rise of COVID in the state. Plus, a plan for reducing greenhouse gas emissions, a solar industry deal, and COVID-19 numbers.
  • Rep. Peter Welch has pledged not to accept donations from corporate PACs in his run for U.S. Senate, but he starts his campaign with a significant funding advantage, built in part on past corporate donations that he is now swearing off.
  • Rep. Welch swears off corporate cash for his Senate run, but his campaign will benefit from past donations. Plus, COVID hospitalizations reach a record high, pushing UVMMC to add ICU beds.
  • Embracing multilingualism among Burlington students. Plus, health officials are monitoring the Omicron variant, another candidate runs for Senate, and COVID-19 numbers.
  • Multilingual education at Burlington High School. Plus, two people are dead after a shooting in Alburgh, a holiday COVID backlog, and a hole in emissions reduction plans.
  • World Cup skiing returns to Killington this weekend after last year’s pandemic cancellation. Plus, the latest on COVID cases, testing and vaccinations.
  • A guide to at-home rapid COVID tests. Plus, lawmakers allow local mask mandates, Welch will run for Senate, and COVID-19 numbers.
  • What the global energy crunch means for Vermonters’ home heating costs. Plus, lawmakers consider local mask mandates, opposition to a juvenile rehabilitation center, and COVID-19 numbers.
  • A general store finds a way to bring in new employees amid the labor shortage. Plus, racial disparities in prison sentencing, the U.S. Secretary of Education heads to Vermont, and COVID-19 numbers.