Morning Newscast: December 13, 2007

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

The U.S. Senate has agreed to repeal a law that gave the president authority to call up the National Guard and use the military for law enforcement;  the Maine Public Utilities Commission is scheduled to begin deliberations today on a proposal by FairPoint Communications to buy Verizon’s landline telephone operations in northern New England for $2.7 billion; the Vermont Attorney General’s office has filed a consumer fraud lawsuit against a company for selling jewelry and other products with high amounts of lead; and four members of the British Parliament are visiting New Hampshire today to exchange ideas on climate change.

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