Midday Report: Wednesday, January 28, 2004

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Top stories developing across the region at the noon hour:

Howard Dean finished second in yesterday’s New Hampshire Primary; Dean is at home in Burlington today, working the phones and the satellites, taping new messages for use in the next twelve primary states; The National Labor Relations Board is examining charges that a Montpelier restaurant owner acted illegally in firing an employee involved in union activities; this afternoon the Senate Health and Welfare Committee opens a forum on the economic impact of health care costs on Vermont businesses; Governor Jim Douglas is addressing the Vermont Future Farmers of America at the Vermont Farm show in Barre.

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