Midday Report: February 22, 2007

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Here are the top stories at the noon hour.

The Governor chides the Legislature for not doing much in its first eight weeks in Montpelier; a Vermont novelist appears to have a hot new book on his hands; a task force looking at the state Fish and Wildlife Department’s funding woes has concluded it needs to stop relying so much on declining sales of hunting and fishing licenses for revenue; a former governor of New Hampshire is leading support for a proposed constitutional amendment that would double the length of a governor’s term in the Granite State.

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