Midday Newscast: September 15, 2008

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Independent gubernatorial candidate Anthony Pollina has won another labor endorsement for his campaign; noted author and environmental activist Diane Wilson will speak at Green Mountain College today; Vermont Technical College in Randolph is getting some money to support a program that helps freshman improve their math and English skills; police in Saint Albans say 13 town school buses were vandalized over the weekend; folk music legend Pete Seeger performed to crowds in Brattleboro and Lebanon, New Hampshire, over the weekend to raise money for farmers.

Correction: In this newscast we should have credited "This Land is Your Land" to Woody Guthrie.

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