Morning Newscast: February 26, 2008

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

A proposal to restructure the Education Department has resurfaced in the Legislature; Voters in Brandon and five other nearby towns will decide whether to approve a bond of just under two million dollars to make repairs at Otter Valley Union High School;  One of the items on a crowded legislative calendar this week would require photo-electric smoke detectors in new construction in Vermont and require that they be installed when a house is sold;  East Montpelier’s town clerk is suing the town, accusing the selectboard of keeping her from doing her job as town treasurer;  Progressive gubernatorial candidate Anthony Pollina is stepping up his criticism of incumbent Jim Douglas.

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