Vermont Gov. Jim Douglas becomes chairman of the National Governor's Association today down in Biloxi, Miss.
Theoretically, this is a good thing for Vermont. It puts him in a position to help sway the national debate. Do you see it that way?
How would you like to see him use the position?
To help shape federal health care reform? To help shape the way farmers are paid for their milk? To look out for border states' needs on immigration/security issues? Something else?
- Terri Hallenbeck
Labels: Gov. Jim Douglas, National Governors Association, politics, Vermont