By Bruce Parker | Vermont Watchdog / December 5, 2014
For two years, Gov. Peter Shumlin has concealed his plans for financing single-payer health care. His lead consultant, Jonathan Gruber, has admitted to deceptive policymaking and called lack of transparency “a huge political advantage.”
But at least one man knows what Vermonters can expect to pay for Green Mountain Care and isn’t afraid to tell.
Peter Galbraith, a former U.S. ambassador and two-term Democratic state senator from Windham County, holds the distinction of being the only lawmaker to have put forward a plan for financing Act 48, Vermont’s publicly financed health care program.