Midday Report for Wednesday, November 12, 2003

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Governor Jim Douglas announced the a major new effort to prevent young people from trying heroin; this morning in Washington, the Senate Commerce Committee received a report on how states are spending their tobacco settlement money; members of the Rutland City Police Department say a 1997 ordinance that requires them to live in the city makes it difficult for them to do their jobs; Vermont has just received a $200,000 federal grant to help protect the Calvin Coolidge home site in Plymouth Notch. Due to a technical error, the audio for this newscast is currently unavailable.

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