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Vermont Commission on Health Care Reform

Vermont's Health Care Reform Commission was created in 2005. It has two purposes:
  • » recommend health care reform legislation
  • » monitor health reform initiatives
The State's Executive branch is clearly responsible for implementation of health care reform initiatives. The Commission now has 12 members: 4 Representatives, 4 Senators, 2 members appointed by the Speaker of the House and President Pro Temp of the Senate, and two members appointed by the governor. Information on the legislation creating the Commission



 Green Mountain Care
 VT Health Care Reform
 VT Blueprint for Health

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