Common Good Vermont: Legislative Update - A Closer Look at H. 911: Proposing Changes to Personal Income Tax and Education Financing

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Common Good Vermont talks with John Hollar, of Downs Rachlin Martin (DRM), and Representative Janet Ancel (D-Washington), Chair of Vermont's House Committee on Ways and Means, about the details of bill H.911 and its potential impacts on the charitable sector.

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