Midday Report: June 25, 2007

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Testimony begins tomorrow in the trial to determine how warm the water discharged from Vermont Yankee should be; economist Alan Day says at least two widely believed economic predictions have not turned out as dire as predicted; former Montpelier Mayor Arthur Goss died late last week of complications from Alzheimer’s disease, with funeral services to be held Thursday in Montpelier.

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