June 25, 2004 – Midday Report

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Top stories developing across the region at the noon hour:

Governor Jim Douglas is pledging to make health care a central policy objective; Seldon Industries will build a new production line in Windsor in the fall; Central Vermont Substance Abuse Services opened today in Berlin and will treat heroin addiction with buprenorphine; this weekend the Tunbridge Fairgrounds will host the fifth annual Vermont history Expo; in Quechee, scientists will converge on the Vermont Institute of Natural Science for what they call a “Bio-blitz.”

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