March 22, 2005 – Midday Report

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Top stories developing across the region at the noon hour:

Leaders of the Vermont State Senate have put off a confrontation with Governor Jim Douglas over a veto; Senator Jim Jeffords announces a federal grant for the Burlington Police Department; Jeffords has hired Carolyn Dwyer to organize his 2006 re-election campaign; despite rising gas prices, Banknorth economist Alan Day says the economic sky is not falling; Burlington police arrest a suspect in the homicide of Laura Winterbottom; a Colebrook, NH, man is charged in the week-long disappearance of a Vermont teen.

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