If the Democratic legislative majority does not take serious action to work to change direction, it will be the next target of voter ire.
Vermont’s not-for-profit hospitals look forward to working with the Legislature to advance policies essential to providing more affordable health care for every Vermonter.
It is clear that unless thousands of us speak up and demand action, we will get another two years of lip service, excuses, and more of the status quo.
The Vermont Progressive Party increased its House Caucus from 5 to 7 members, and maintained 3 seats in the Senate (10%).
Republican leaders say lawmakers must draft legislation immediately because “the chaos and mismanagement continues.” Minority leader Don vowed to work with Democrats and Progressives to develop a bipartisan proposal that would be taken up the first week in January and signed into law before the budget address.
With a large majority of Vermonters expressing a desire for a new governor, it is clear there is no mandate for further mismanagement of state government or the policies that have put Vermonters in financial jeopardy and more of our jobs in peril.