VPR Evening News May 22nd, 2008

A leading mental health advocacy group is calling on doctors and hospitals to reject gifts from the pharmaceutical industry; The jury is still out in the murder case against Brian Rooney; The Vermont Crime Laboratory’s DNA lab was dedicated this morning to the memory of Patricia Scoville; Members of Vermont’s congressional delegation celebrate the passage of the Farm Bill; Former Phish frontman Trey Anastasio received a reduced sentence for a drug conviction after he successfully completed a counseling program; The Vermont Air National Guard’s oldest fighter plane is being saved from the scrap heap; and commentator Bill Shubart had a let-down on Green-up Day.