Newscast: Thursday, February 14, 2013, 7:34 a.m.

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After a full day of debate, the Vermont Senate overhauled legislation that allows terminally ill people to end their lives. It was a change that many supporters of the original bill argued would weaken it, so they voted against it. But Lieutenant Governor Phil Scott broke a tie vote and the new version was advanced.The President of the University of Vermont was at the statehouse yesterday to ask the Legislature to approve a proposed $1.2 million for financial aid and scholarship for in-state students at the school. Valentine’s Day is traditionally a time to celebrate love. But this year, groups combating violence against women are using the day to "rise up" against abuse. Throughout the world, they are marking the date not just with political demonstrations, but by dancing. 

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