VT Edition: Changing Vermont’s Court System

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A year and a half ago, lawmakers created a commission to study our courts and they gave it a hefty task:  find a way to save at least $1 million dollars and make the system more efficient and effective for Vermonters.  Commission members say they’ve met their task, and they’ve presented their report to the legislature. 

Chief Justice Paul Reiber, and commission member and attorney Eileen Blackwood talk with VPR’s Jane Lindholm about how they found those savings and what recommendations they make to streamline our courts. 

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