VPR Evening News October 9th, 2007

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An Ohio-based power company which has settled a lawsuit funded research at
UVM which demonstrated that the company contributed to acid rain in
Vermont and the Northeast; An environmental lawyer working to reorganize
the Agency of Natural Resources will be the next commissioner of the
Department of Environmental Conservation; The director of Vermont’s Office
of Health Access says the president’s S-Chip veto won’t affect children
here as much as it may in other states; Proponents of biodiesel gather for
a conference in Burlington tomorrow; and commentator Bill Schubart shares
the comments of a bovine friend.

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