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Vermont Attorney General's Priorities Include Health Care, Student Loans

Vermont Attorney General TJ Donovan, pictured here in Montpelier in January, has joined a lawsuit aimed at preventing President Donald Trump from rescinding DACA. We're talking to him about that decision.
Peter Hirschfeld
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Vermont Attorney General TJ Donovan, seen here speaking at the Statehouse in January 2017, joins this "Vermont Edition" to talk about the priorities he has set.

In his six first months as Vermont attorney general, TJ Donovan has put a spotlight on the health insurance market and predatory college loans – policy issues that he says come down to consumer protection.

Donovan joins Vermont Edition to talk about the priorities he's set and also to discuss stances on Environmental Protection Agency regulations that put his office in opposition to the Trump administration.

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Broadcast live on Monday, July 10, 2017 at noon; rebroadcast at 7 p.m.

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