VPR Evening News October 5th, 2007

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The U.S. auto industry will appeal a federal judge’s ruling in Vermont
that said states could regulate greenhouse gas emissions from vehicles;
Senator Patrick Leahy says he’ll oppose the nomination of Attorney General
designee Michael Mukasey if the nominee doesn’t disavow the torture
policies developed by the Bush Administration; A California company wants
to launch a new methadone treatment center in Berlin; Vermont’s plan to
use small rail cars on its portion of the Amtrak Vermonter route may have
hit a snag; Vermont sportsmen are going to help maintain and improve some
of the state’s wildlife management areas; Hunters can expect to find big
deer this season, and commentator Olin Robison on the conflict in Myanmar.

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