Midday Newscast: July 14, 2008

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Here are the top stories at noon:

Lieutenant Governor Brian Dubie wants the governor to call a special legislative session to consider a series of legislative reforms in response to the kidnapping and murder of 12-year old Brooke Bennett; The Nuclear Regulator Commission is sending experts to investigate a cooling tower leak at Vermont Yankee; Progressive gubernatorial candidate Anthony Pollina is proposing a new credit card that would invest a percentage of purchases in agricultural and energy projects; More Vermonters are considering switching to wood pellet heat in the face of high oil prices, but they’re finding both pellets and pellet stoves hard to come by. 

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