Midday Report: January 17, 2007

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Here are the top stories at the noon hour.

Vermont’s Attorney General speaks out on how some of the state’s tobacco settlement money should be used; the Governor says he’ll address the property tax issue in his budget address next week; so far in this generally mild winter there haven’t been many combinations of high winds and low temperatures, like the events that produced last night’s wind chill advisories; in Plainfield New Hampshire, a few miles from White River Junction, a man fighting tax evasion charges has barricaded himself in his hilltop home, saying he is prepared for an armed standoff.

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