When Lieutenant Governor Phil Scott was sworn in two years ago, he asked lawmakers to keep in mind the economic impacts of the bills they pass. He said that Vermont has continued to struggle to get revenues to match the need for government spending on programs.
Now that the session has drawn to a close, we'll ask the state's top ranking Republican for his reflections on the 2014 legislative session.
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