May 9, 2005 – Midday Report

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Top stories developing across the region at the noon hour:

Governor Jim Douglas lays out his newest idea for providing universal access to health care; this is, unofficially, carbon monoxide week in Vermont; the 120 top employers in the state project an increase in sales in the second quarter; an eagle breeding program says new eaglets are safely installed in artificial nests; a rash rabies cases are reported in Vermont’s wild animal population; Congressman Bernie Sanders holds an anti-poverty town meeting tonight in Springfield.

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