Vermont lawmakers pass renewable energy bill after veto session #VT

MONTPELIER, Vt. – Vermont’s state legislators have wrapped up their veto session signing off on a bill to give communities more say as to where renewable energy projects go. After a lot of back and forth state legislators have finally called it a day. They have been at the Statehouse since 10 a.m. deciding on a bill that includes $300,000 for communities to draft local renewable plans, but it took this long to get here because Governor Peter Shumlin vetoed . . .

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