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Congressional Corner with Isaac Evans-Frantz

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Vermont voters have some big decisions to make this year. In today’s Congressional Corner, WAMC’s Ian Pickus continues his conversation with Vermont Democratic Senate candidate Isaac Evans-Frantz. This interview was recorded April 28.

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