Current Use Legislation May Face Veto

The changes in the Current Use program are intended to put it on a solid financial footing. But the bill faces a possible veto from Governor Jim Douglas. He says it will result in major tax increases for landowners who withdraw their property.

VT Edition: Current Use

VPR’s Steve Zind talks about the proposed changes and the role of Current Use in Vermont’s economy with Rep. Allison Clarkson and Agency of Natural Resources Secretary Jonathan Wood.