Now that he has been in office for 100 days, Vermont Governor Phil Scott held a press conference this morning to outline what he sees as his successes so far.
Vermont’s Republican Governor was surrounded by his cabinet members as he highlighted what he feels are his key successes since he was sworn in to the state’s top office. Scott noted that last Saturday was actually his 100th day and said he’s proud of what has been accomplished including keeping his promise to continue to listen to Vermonters. He said he’s done that by having all agencies institute listening tours. He also said he is advancing his agenda of economic opportunity and affordability. “I’m proud of the agenda I’ve set and the progress my team has made. We can’t list everything here today but for example I appointed Judge Karen Russell Carroll to the Vermont Supreme Court and appointed two legislators. I’ve brought together a tri-partisan group of legislators and law enforcement stakeholders to pass S.79 protecting the constitutional rights of the state and Vermonters. And I continue to fight to make whole the Bennington community affected by PFOA and the Northeast Kingdom communities affected by the alleged EB5 fraud. Just last week we announced $150 million settlement.”
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