Midday Report: Wednesday, February 25, 2005

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Top stories developing across the region at the noon hour:

Leading mental health care providers are releasing a vision statement on the future of mental health in Vermont; this morning in Montpelier there was an effort to promote New York Senator and former First Lady Hillary Clinton for president; Vermont Tourism and Marketing Commissioner Bruce Hyde will be in Washington for tonight’s Travel Industry Association of America Unity Dinner; the cast-iron gate that once stood at Emily Dickinson’s family cemetery plot in Amherst, Massachusetts has turned up in an antique shop in Newfane; John Kerry won primaries or caucuses in Idaho, Hawaii and Utah last night; John Edwards is campaigning in California, where he’s trailing Kerry by more than 10 points in the polls.

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