By a 94-49 margin, Vermont House lawmakers have voted to approve a bill that would give the state a universal, publicly funded health care system. A strong supporter, Gov. Peter Shumlin is expected to sign the measure once it reached his desk.
Senate President John Campbell charts the course for the Senate over the next several weeks. Plus, rocker-turned-professor Joe Gittleman relates his experiences from life on the road in a Lyndon State classroom.
All three members of Vermont’s Congressional delegation are encouraging their colleagues to include a strong public option plan in the health care reform bill. Now an "opt out" option has entered the discussion.