Midday Report – February 23, 2007

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Top stories developing at the noon hour:

Two of the most prominent women in Vermont politics lead a discussion in Montpelier about a bill called “The Vermont Patient Choice and Control at the End of Life Act”; a new fight over access to government documents erupts between Governor Jim Douglas and the Legislature; Congressman Peter Welch zones in on problems at the outpatient facilities for wounded veterans at Washington’s Walter Reed Hospital; Governor Jim Douglas is expected to sign a law that offers financial assistance to dairy farmers; Vermont’s Emergency Management Office offers thousands of emergency preparedness workbooks for distribution at Town Meeting.

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