Thursday, January 10, 2019
Posted by: Jeff Couture
The 2019 legislative session comes as tech companies and interest groups hope to brand Vermont as a hotspot for innovation.
But some say the state the needs to improve broadband infrastructure, bolster access to affordable housing, and modernize its regulations to ease the way for technology companies.
VTDigger talks to the Vermont Technology Alliance and others on some of the Vermont business community’s priorities for tech policy in the upcoming legislative session, including broadband, Vermont's image and recruiting employees, data broker and related legislation, and proposed right-to-repair legislation.