Vt. lawmakers scramble to move bills before crossover deadline
MONTPELIER, Vt. (WCAX) - Vermont’s legislative session Friday hit its unofficial halfway mark and lawmakers are scrambling to move bills out of committee prior to the key crossover-day deadline.
Political reporter Calvin Cutler reports on some of the key bills rising to the top and others that are sinking.
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