Morning Newscast: August 22, 2008

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Here are the top stories at 7:30 a.m.:

Gaye Symington says incumbent Republican Gov. Jim Douglas needs to level with Vermonters about long-term budget trends and come up with solutions to growing shortfalls in the state’s finances;  Worries are growing in Vermont and neighboring states that their low birth rates may eventually force employers to leave the region due to a shortage of workers; Vermont does not keep track of the number of MRSA infections, but indications are they’re on the rise;  Forty years after their ship made history, the surviving members of the USS Pueblo crew are planning a reunion in Essex.

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