Midday Report – May 26, 2006

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Top stories developing across the region at the noon hour:

Lieutenant Governor Brian Dubie, one of 27 million veterans whose personal data may have been compromised, says there are steps veterans can take to ensure that their information is not misused; the Springfield selectboard wants to cut in half a proposal to build a new police station; the U.S. Senate’s newly approved bill on immigration reform contains provisions important to Vermonters and Canadians; Brattleboro teachers could begin the next school year without a contract agreement; the Health Department wants to expand methadone treatment for heroin addicts in southwestern Vermont.

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