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Vermont lawmakers push to decrease reliance on paper.

By January 4, 2012June 6th, 2022No Comments

From a Vermont news source, comes this story:

Each session brings new challenges for lawmakers. There are books to balance, laws to write and keeping constituents in the loop. Keeping it all together takes money, organization and paper.

“We spend a lot of money on printing and a lot of money on paper. This is one approach we could use to deal with it,” said Duncan Goss, the Statehouse Technology Expert.

Enter the iPad project.

Nice to see government embracing technology to be more efficient and cost-effective. And, of course, lowering the burden on the environment.

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