May 17, 2004 – Midday Report

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Top stories developing across the region at the noon hour:

Lawmakers deal with last-minute struggles over the budget, as the Legislature moves toward adjournment; two bald eagle chicks were placed in a simulated nest in Addison this weekend; American Skiing Company has sold more than 400 acres in the Killington ski resort to S.P. Land Company; Governor Jim Douglas squeezes in five public appearances in different parts of the state; Congressman Bernie Sanders speaks at U-32 High School to recognize efforts to save energy; 23rd annual Congressional High School Arts Competition is held at Vermont College in Montpelier.

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