VLS in the News
Week of March 19
March 26, 2012
- The Tampa Bay Times spoke with Mark Cooper on March 25 about the costs of nuclear power. Cooper is senior research fellow for economic analysis at the Institute for Energy and the Environment.
- The Memphis Commercial Appeal talked to Professor Michael McCann on March 25 about legal hurdles to moving the Memphis Grizzlies out of town.
- CNN spoke with Alex Manning '06 on March 24 about the death of Trayvon Martin, a Florida teen-ager shot by a neighborhood watch volunteer.
- CBS Sports and Sports Illustrated spoke with Professor Michael McCann on March 23 about a tweeting controversy over the Saints bounty scandal.
- Greenwire and the El Paso Times talked to Professor Pat Parenteau on March 23 and March 19, respectively, about whether the dunes sagebrush lizard will be protected under the Endangered Species Act against the wishes of the oil and gas industry.
- A Vermont Public Radio commentary on March 23 included Professor Peter Teachout, who had a role in making Vermont's constitution gender inclusive.
- FOX Business spoke with Professor Michael McCann on March 22 about the law and business implications of the trade of quarterback Tim Tebow to the New York Jets.
- Vermont Public Radio talked to Professor Pat Parenteau and WCAX to Professor Cheryl Hanna on March 21-22 about the continuing legal and regulatory proceedings over the Vermont Yankee nuclear plant.
- Vermont Public Radio aired a commentary by Professor Cheryl Hanna on March 21 about how changes in the law have shaped women's lives.
- The Los Angeles Times talked to Professor Pat Parenteau on March 21 about a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that landowners are entitled to a hearing to challenge the government's threats to fine them for alleged Clean Water Act violations.
- Seven Days spoke with professors Cheryl Hanna and Pat Parenteau on March 21 about the race for Vermont attorney general.
- Yahoo! Sports Radio and the NFL Network talked to Professor Michael McCann on March 20-23 about the New Orleans Saints bounty scandal.
- In his Sports Illustrated column and The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Reuters and other media on March 19-20, Professor Michael McCann discussed the settlement between the owners of the New York Mets and the trustee for victims of convicted felon Bernard Madoff.
- The Associated Press spoke with Professor Pat Parenteau on March 19 about orders from a federal judge and the Vermont Public Service Board that allow the Vermont Yankee nuclear plant to keep operating.
- BYUtv aired a short film on March 19 about Wynona Ward '98, founder of the nonprofit group Have Justice Will Travel, which advocates for battered women and children in rural Vermont.