There's a new leader for Vermont's chief law enforcement office. Investigative reporter Jennifer Costa sat down with T.J. Donovan to find out what you can expect from Vermont's new attorney general.
Donovan says under a Trump presidency, he believes attorneys general will play a vital role in defending issues like environmental protections, civil rights and women's reproductive health. He says he's up for that challenge, but his immediate focus will be on hyper-local issues affecting blue collar Vermonters.
He's a Democrat. He's a dad. And now Donovan is the head of Vermont's largest law firm.
"There's over 90 attorneys in the attorney general's office. I didn't even realize that," said Donovan.
Sticky notes mark where photos and honors will eventually hang. But for now, Donovan is focused on bringing sweeping change to an office that hasn't seen a fresh face in 20 years. Bill Sorrell was the longest serving AG in United States history. Donovan says the biggest difference between him and his predecessor is their view on law enforcement.
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