VPR Evening News October 11th, 2007

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A Northeast Kingdom law firm has warned its clients that the federal
government may be monitoring its phones and computer equipment; A
direct-mail company that employs nearly 250 people will close its Rutland
plant in mid-December; VPIRG says that more than half of Vermont’s
industrial and municipal facilities discharged more pollution into the
state’s water than allowed in 2005; New York town’s welcome signs feature
Vermont landscape; and commentator Alan Betts on the rapid melting of the
Arctic ice cap.

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