Midday Report: October 13, 2006

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Here are the top stories at the noon hour.

Governor Douglas’s idea to cap local school spending is being challenged by education groups; Vermont will have to get used to having less influence in Congress, no matter who wins on Election; the state’s top Democrats have been rallying with Robert F. Kennedy Junior for the past hour in Burlington, saying that this election will determine the control of Congress, and pushing a wilderness bill they say Governor Jim Douglas blocked in Congress; National conservative groups say they are keeping an eye on a property tax controversy in the Connecticut River’s Upper Valley.

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