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May 25, 2017

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DRM's Government & Public Affairs Team Final Analysis


A May 18th adjournment brought to a close the first half of the 74th biennial session of the Vermont General Assembly. Drama awaits as Gov. Phil Scott has threatened to veto H.518, the fiscal year 2018 budget, over an unrelated matter regarding health insurance for teachers. The veto session is not expected to affect the results described in this final report.

Provided below are links to summaries of the individual bills and issues followed during this past session by the DRM Government and Public Affairs team. 

2017 Final Vermont Legislative Update Analysis by Topic

Commerce & Economic Development General Government
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