Montpelier, Vermont - After months of back and forth Vermont Governor Phil Scott will sign the state's budget bill on Wednesday.
The compromise between Governor Scott and lawmakers requires school districts to achieve a certain amount of savings, using a method recommended by the state.
Legislative leaders say the plan will generate $13 million in savings over the next two years.
This will not affect contracts already settled.
However, contracts negotiated after July first of this year will expire in 2019, allowing lawmakers to re-look at the statewide health benefit.
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