Vermont’s new legislative leaders sound like they want to pivot from the kind of aggressive legislation that lost them voter confidence and, thus, seats in the 2020 election. They say they want all voices to be heard and even presumably included in the decision-making process. Vermonters will be watching.
"The upcoming leaders in the House and Senate bring decades of legislative experience. Though Democrats’ specific policy priorities are yet to be seen, Democratic Senator Alison Clarkson, who’s slated to be the next majority leader, says they’re aiming to include as many voices at the table as possible. “I think all of us feel very strongly that government at its best is how we express our care for each other and restoring confidence in state government, in particular, is very important for us,” said Clarkson D-Windsor."
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