December 15, 2004 – Midday Report

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Top stories developing across the region at the noon hour:

The chairwoman of the Senate Appropriations Committee warns of a very tough budget year to come; Governor Jim Douglas launches a new Web site for his initiative to cleanup Vermont’s waterways; an anti-nuclear group laments a federal court decision to limit public participation in NRC proceedings; the Attorney General’s office warns consumers about a new form of Internet credit card fraud; the Natural Resources Agency investigates 800,000 gallons of treated sewage discharged into a tributary of the Winhall River; a former Olympic skier plans to buy the dormant Whaleback Mountain ski area in Enfield, NH.

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