October 13, 2004 – Midday Report

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Top stories developing across the region at the noon hour:

In three weeks, Vermonters will cast ballots for president, governor, senator, congressman and 180 legislators; Elizabeth Edwards was at a Vermont Democratic rally last night; former anti-war governor Phil Hoff joins Peter Clavelle on the campaign trail; Jim Douglas criticizes Clavelle’s tax record; Attorney General William Sorrell is challenged in debate by two opponents; there’s been a small step forward for a plan to build a 33-turbine wind farm atop Glebe Mountain in Londonderry; a senior chemistry researcher sues Dartmouth College, claiming he was demoted for telling the state that Dartmouth’s X-ray lab was unsafe.

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