Midday Report: February 1, 2007

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Here are the top stories at the noon hour.

A new warning about the effects of lead paint on children; the chances for a continued but reduced milk price support program in Congress; the spot where large-scale wind power experiments began in the United States could become home to 25 new wind turbines, if a Connecticut company’s preliminary plans come to pass; two days after visiting a state office building in Bennington that workers believe is making them sick, Governor Jim Douglas today ordered its phased shutdown; by this time tomorrow, we’ll know how long the rest of the winter’s going to be, because a woodchuck named Punxatawney Phil, will either have seen his shadow or not.

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