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Topic - Shana Lavarreda
Lavarreda noted that the state became a leader in insuring children in the 1990s.
"Within a state like Vermont, it should be much more possible to actually get all of the stakeholders at the table," said Shana Lavarreda, director of health insurance studies at the University of California at Los Angeles' Center for Health Policy Research.