Newscast: Thursday, March 28, 2013, 7:34 a.m.

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Anya Rader-Wallack says she’s stepping down from her post as chairwoman of the five-member Green Mountain Care Board to be closer to her family in Rhode Island. A bill aimed at enhancing the protection of Vermont’s lakes from the damaging effects of some shoreline development has been advanced in the Vermont House. First grade may seem a little early to start encouraging children to think about college, but in the Northeast Kingdom there are good reasons to underscore the importance of a post-secondary education. The region lags far behind the state in the percentage of people with college degrees – and it’s gearing up for an influx of jobs that will require an educated workforce. This week Lyndon State College held its first ever ‘Kingdom Kids College Fair.’

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