Evening Newscast: March 6, 2008

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School budgets fared very well on Town Meeting Day; voters rejected only 9 — the lowest number in many years; excitement over the presidential primary helped Vermont set a record for primary election turnout on Tuesday; meanwhile, most of Vermont’s superdelegates are now solidly behind Obama; business community is criticizing legislature’s housing bill, saying it will add to the cost of building affordable housing; commentator Leora Dowling questions the age-old point of view that shopping is practically a patriotic duty.

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