Vermont’s Governor recently signed a law that launches the Green Mountain state toward the long-range goal of a government-run system. But there are hurdles and uncertainties ahead, including the need for federal waivers. We talk with policy makers who have been in the thick of the debate – and a reporter who covered the story -- about what lies ahead.
- Anya Rader Wallack, health advisor to Vermont Governor Shumlin and president of Arrowhead Health Analytics
- Randy Brock, Republican state senator from Vermont’s Franklin District
- John Gregg, political editor for The Valley News