After multiple “glitches” in the Zoom/YouTube platform resulting in lost connections, transparency, and accountability, Senate leader Tim Ashe (D-Chittenden) says that from now on, when Zoom stops working, the Senate will stop working.
"This is like the taxpayers and press being locked out of City Hall for a public meeting," wrote Loomis, who is also editor and co-owner of Waitsfield's Valley Reporter. The next day, it happened again. Now, Senate President Pro Tempore Tim Ashe (D/P-Chittenden) is promising that the Senate will adopt a policy established a month ago by the House barring committees from conducting business when they encounter technical difficulties. "If the streaming isn't working, we'll stop," he pledged. "I'll be telling all the chairs that if it happens again, they should stop officially meeting.""
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