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Action: Please Ask the House Health Care Committee to Take Testimony on the Green Mountain Care Board Bill

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VMS Weighs In On a Flurry of Bills Before Town Meeting Week

This is an extremely busy week for the VMS, as both VMS staff and members are weighing in a wide array of bills.

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VMS Weighs In On a Flurry of Bills Before Town Meeting Week

This is an extremely busy week for the VMS, as both VMS staff and members are weighing in a wide array of bills.

Abortion Access Bill Passed the House By a Vote of 106-37

The Abortion Access bill passed the House and moves on to the Senate Health and Welfare Committee.

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Abortion Access Bill Passed the House By a Vote of 106-37

The Abortion Access bill passed the House and moves on to the Senate Health and Welfare Committee.

VMS and AAPVT Advocate Against Changes to Marijuana for Symptom Relief

Jessa Barnard testified against this proposal to open all conditions to qualify for marijuana for symptom relief.

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VMS and AAPVT Advocate Against Changes to Marijuana for Symptom Relief

Jessa Barnard testified against this proposal to open all conditions to qualify for marijuana for symptom relief.

VMS Weighs In On a Flurry of Bills Before Town Meeting Week

This is an extremely busy week for the VMS, as both VMS staff and members are weighing in a wide array of bills.

Abortion Access Bill Passed the House By a Vote of 106-37

The Abortion Access bill passed the House and moves on to the Senate Health and Welfare Committee.

VMS and AAPVT Advocate Against Changes to Marijuana for Symptom Relief

Jessa Barnard testified against this proposal to open all conditions to qualify for marijuana for symptom relief.

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