Governor Douglas has vetoed a bill that would have required
Vermont Yankee to guarantee there’s enough money to dismantle the nuclear plant
when it shuts down; Vermont Yankee will not be penalized for allowing a cooling
tower to degrade so badly it collapsed last summer; Vermont super-delegates way
it’s now pretty clear that Senator Barack Obama will be the Democrat’s
presidential nominee; and commentator Ron Krupp on how the state is facilitating
the ruse of locally grown food..
Vermont’s Democratic super-delegates have different ideas about the factors they should consider in selecting their party’s presidential nominee; Vermont Yankee is reducing its power output for several days so workers can fix a small leak; Eight people were injured when a tour bus slid off I-89 in Highgate; The commissioner of the Department of Fish and Wildlife says a recent increase in hunting bodes well for the department’s finances; Green Mountain Power Corporation says its customers saw fewer power outages in 2007 than in previous years; Longtime Democratic activist Violet Coffin has died at the age of 87; and commentator Peter Gilbert on ESP.