Midday Report: Wednesday, November 5, 2003

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Top stories developing across the region at the noon hour:

The Vermont Medical Society is warning that cuts in the federal Medicare program could drive doctors out of business; Governor Jim Douglas says he wants to explore the possibility of establishing commuter rail service from Saint Albans to Essex Junction; some Vermonters are taking part in a protest today against Sport Utility Vehicles; the monthly newspaper “Out in the Mountains” wants Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean to come back to Vermont to meet with gays and lesbians.

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