Jul 12, 2016VPR Vermont Edition
JANE LINDHOLM & SAM GALE ROSEN
Last year, fewer babies were born in Vermont than any other year since before the Civil War. How do Vermonters decide if and when to have kids? 
 
We're looking at the social trends involved, as well as the very personal factors that potential parents might be considering.
 
We're joined by Vince Bolduc, professor of sociology and anthropology at St. Michael's College. And by Josilyn Adams, one of the co-owners of the Burlington Vermont Moms Blog. 
 
 
Also on the program, a conversation with Major General Steven Cray, adjutant general of Vermont, on issues facing the guard, including including military deployments overseas, the status of F-35 fighter jets coming to Burlington, mental health issues, and other initiatives the Guard is engaged in.
 
Broadcast live on Tuesday, July 12, 2016, at noon; rebroadcast at 7 p.m.
 

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