The Vermont House passed the final version of a health care reform bill last week that creates a path for a universal, publicly financed health care system in the state.

All residents will be eligible for coverage under the system, dubbed “Green Mountain Care.” Originally touted as a “single-payer plan,” the measure is referred to as a “universal and unified health system” in the bill (H. 202) that passed the legislature.

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