With Vermont state revenues running short of forecasts, lawmakers are gathering this week to begin work on a mid-year adjustment on the state budget for the fiscal year that began in July.
The House Appropriations Committee begins hearings this afternoon on the adjustment.
Today and tomorrow, the panel will hear from departments of the state Agency of Human Services, including Mental Health, Aging and Disabilities, and Corrections.
Tomorrow, officials from the agencies of Commerce and Agriculture will be among those testifying. On Friday, the Natural Resources Agency and Department of Buildings and General Services will be up.