Morning Newscast: May 15, 2008

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

Vermont’s congressional delegation says the federal farm bill passed by the U.S. House is good news for Vermont; Officials at several Vermont electric utilities say more people are falling behind on their bills; Progressive Anthony Pollina says he hoped he’d have a clear shot at defeating Governor Jim Douglas this fall;  A handful of people say the University of Vermont Medical school is wrong to use live pigs to help train surgeons to deal with traumatic injuries;  Rutland officials want to know if city residents are willing to pay to continue adding fluoride to the public water system.

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