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March 30, 2007

E-State Legislation Passes Vermont House 132-2!

H.248, the bill which has the provisions necessary to make Vermont the nation's first e-state with universal cellphone and broadband coverage anywhere and everywhere in its borders, just passed the Vermont House of Representatives on an overwhelming 132-2 vote!

This is a true non-partisan achievement.  The House which passed this bill has a veto-proof Democratic majority.  The plan was first proposed by Republican Governor Jim Douglas in his inaugural address early this year.  Committees chaired by Democrats worked diligently on the bill and improved it as it went through the process.

The interests of all Vermonters were well served.  Next stop, the Senate.

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