BERLIN — The Republican running for Vermont governor says there are 25 things the state can do to reduce costs and raise quality in health care.
State Sen. Randy Brock says he’ll outline his ideas during an appearance Wednesday in at Central Vermont Medical Center in Berlin.
Brock has been critical of incumbent Democratic Gov. Peter Shumlin’s push for a publicly funded single-payer health care system in the state.
Brock has said he would seek to reduce costs by promoting competition among health insurance companies.
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