Midday Report: June 6, 2005

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Top stories developing across the region at the noon hour:

The legislature will return to Montpelier if Governor Jim Douglas keeps his promise to veto the budget the lawmakers just passed; it’s likely the Senate will over-ride Douglas’ vetoes of the budget and the health care plan, and that the House will not; a conference for employee-owned businesses opens in Burlington today; federal prosecutors want to use millions of dollars seized from the convicted former head of the Law Centers for Consumer Protection to repay some of his victims; a Claremont, NH, man is still trying to give away his video arcade; New York maple syrup producers receive $100,000 to promote their products.

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