Noah Villamarin-Cutter

Digital Services Specialist

Noah is VPR's Digital Services Specialist. He joined VPR in 2017.

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The current VPR app on the left; the new VPR app in development to be released in 2019.
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Several months ago we conducted a survey of the users of VPR's apps to hear from you about what's working, as well as how we can improve the apps. We wanted to share with you some of what we heard and what comes next.

Gov. Phil Scott signed the gun bill into law at contentious ceremony at the Statehouse in April. A gun rights group says several provisions in the new law violate the Vermont Constitution.
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In the last four days, 41 bills have become law in Vermont. Here's a breakdown of what they are, what they do and when they go into effect.

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A TL;DR for the 2018 Vermont Legislative session, if you will.

left: Screenshot from, right: U.S. House of Representatives Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

Bernie Sanders inspired a political movement with his insurgent 2016 run for the Democratic presidential nomination. Yet he's been reluctant to acknowledge that his campaign likely got some help from a Russian covert propaganda campaign.