VPR Evening News September 20th, 2007

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The U.S. Senate gives its approval to a mental health parity bill, minus
provisions that would have watered down key parts of Vermont’s existing
parity law; State officials are encouraging Vermonters who have "advance
directives" to put them in an online registry; Congressman Peter Welch is
leading an effort to persuade the EPA to give Vermont, California and
other states permission to regulate how much greenhouse gas carbon dioxide
can be emitted by cars; State officials raise the number of Southern
Vermont Correctional Facility prisoners affected with strep throat; and
commentator Allen Gilbert says that changes in state law have made it
difficult for schools to address bullying.

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