August 27, 2004 – Midday Report

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Top stories developing across the region at the noon hour:

A Water Resources Board ruling finds the construction of a Lowe’s Home Center in violation of the Federal Clean Water Act; two nuclear industry critics argue there’s no proof the Vermont Yankee plant was in compliance with general design requirements set in 1967; Chad Pergram reports on an effort in the Senate to mandate stronger enforcement of mercury pollution standards; Burlington Mayor Peter Clavelle makes an appeal to HUD to reconsider cuts to the Section 8 Voucher Program; Clavelle and Governor Jim Douglas both makes campaign stops today.

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