February 25, 2005 – Midday Report

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Top stories developing across the region at the noon hour:

Howard Dean is excited by the response he’s gotten from grass-roots Democrats; one of the architects of Act 60 has been hired as a consultant to the House Health Care committee; Verizon Vermont says it doesn’t mind using the bulk of the $8 million in penalties regulators issued against it to invest in its Vermont network; Congressman Bernie Sanders says he thinks there will be a storm over cuts in a college funding program when Congress resumes; the president of a Canadian think tank says the northeast border between the U.S. and Canada should be dissolved.

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