Morning Newscast: July 16, 2008

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

Trouble continues at Vermont Yankee nuclear plant, and they’ve attracted the attention of federal and state regulators;  A recent report by the Attorney General’s office says drug companies are targeting key doctors in the state, in hopes of influencing the decisions other doctors make;  Governor Jim Douglas is praising Vermont’s first two-day sales tax holiday and has hinted he’d support making it an annual event;  President Bush has declared Addison and Franklin counties disaster areas, making them eligible for federal assistance in repairing damage from last month’s flooding;  Demand is up at New Hampshire food banks and supplies are low this summer.

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