Midday Report: November 3, 2006

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Here are the top stories at the noon hour.

The civility of Vermont’s campaign for Congress is getting national attention in a year of mud-slinging TV ads; we hear from an independent candidate who’s running for Governor, and for the U.S. Senate; Burlington police are offering safety tips to downtown businesses following the death of University of Vermont senior Michelle Gardner-Quinn; in the last weekend before next Tuesday’s election, political observers are expecting vast amounts of money to be poured into efforts to persuade people to vote for, or against, thousands of candidates; financial assistance from the Vermont Economic Development Authority will help to create 76 jobs at three companies over three years;

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