Midday Report – April 20, 2006

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Top stories developing at the noon hour:

Governor Jim Douglas struggle with Senate Democrats over a health care reform package that he threatens to veto; the Caledonian Record reports that Vermont soldier Sergeant Zeb LaPoint has been wounded in Iraq; members of the National Peace Corps Association are in Vermont today to influence the way American farmers practice agriculture; a Jericho house that was built too close to a wetland will be destroyed this summer; lawyers for Hope Schreiner, 73-year-old woman convicted of bludgeoning her husband, have asked for a new trial; 200 headstones in the Woodland Cemetery in Keene, NH, are vandalized.

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