Midday Report: March 8, 2004

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Top stories developing across the region at the noon hour:

The effort to expand the Searsburg wind power facility will have to proceed along different lines; a man who’s been convicted of 22 misdemeanors and five felonies has accepted a plea bargain; the Vermont Legislature returns to Montpelier today; the U.S. Border Patrol is defending its inland checkpoints to critics who say they’re a waste of money.

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