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Governor Scott's Transformational Investments For American Rescue Plan Funds

Housing. Infrastructure. Climate Change. Downtown Development and More

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Meet the Governor

Meet Governor Scott

Governor Scott grew up in Barre Vermont and graduated from Spaulding High School. Before becoming Vermont's 82nd Governor, he was a small business owner and race car driver.

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Governor Scott delivers remarks

Governor Scott's Priority Initiatives

Governor Scott's priorities to grow the economy, make Vermont more affordable, and protect the most vulnerable

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Governor Scott Launches Vermont Family and Medical Leave Insurance Plan

Governor Scott launches voluntary paid family and medical leave program that will give all working Vermonters access to affordable paid family and medical leave insurance.

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Governor Phil Scott became the 82nd Governor of Vermont on January 5, 2017. He previously served three terms as Vermont’s Lieutenant Governor, and as a Senator for Washington County. As Governor, he has committed to making a difference in the lives of Vermonters by growing the state’s economy, making Vermont more affordable, protecting the most vulnerable and restoring faith and trust in government.